Unit V Project
Design a program evaluation for a risk that has been identified within your community. The evaluation should include all four stages of evaluation design:
ï‚· Step 1: Set a Timeline
Develop a Gantt chart. A Gantt chart details in visual form the start and end dates for the activities that will need to be accomplished during the program. Table 9.2 on page 117 of your student textbook illustrates an example of a Gantt chart. Your program should include a Gantt chart showing the start and end dates of the first yearâ€™s activities.
ï‚· Step 2: Establish Which Objectives and Outcomes to Evaluate
Identify program objectives and anticipated outcomes (what you want the program to accomplish).
ï‚· Step 3: Determine the Appropriate Type of Evaluation
Identify methods of evaluation that will be used to benchmark the success of the program.
ï‚· Step 4: Select Reliable Indicators
Describe the indicators that will be used to measure each objective.
In your textbook, pages 130-135 provide the information needed to design the evaluation. Follow the four steps as a guide for developing a program evaluation for your community risk.
Information about accessing the Blackboard Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below.