|Course Title||Education Program Evaluation
|Description||This course introduces participants to the reasons for and practice of evaluating their education and outreach programs. Participants learn the skills of designing and using their own high-quality tools for program evaluation. These tools are used to shed light on the perceptions, experiences, expectations, demographics, beliefs and intentions of a program audience. Ultimately, program evaluation skills become extremely useful for those wishing to improve their existing programs.
List reasons for and methods of evaluating education and outreach programs;
Compare qualitative and quantitative methods for program evaluation;
Explain the uses and techniques of various evaluation tools including surveys, interviews, focus groups and observations;
Describe alternative assessment techniques;
Apply evaluation results to improve your education and outreach programs; and
Discuss case studies of evaluation plans and findings.
Outdoor recreation planners; employees involved with partnerships, public affairs, education, and outreach; project leaders; biologists; and anyone designing or implementing education and outreach programs.
|Delivery Method||Instructor Led
|Extracted from DOI LEARN on||3/9/2014 4:02:03 AM