403 Lecture 5 notes
403 Lecture 5 notes HTW 402
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91615 Program Outcomes Goals amp Obiectives Outcomes Types of Change learning ac on condition Focus of Change individualclient family or community system organization Chain of Outcomes Performance Indicators Types of Change Outcomes answer the questions What difference does the program make What does success look like Changes in Learning new knowledge increased skills changed attitudes opinions or values change motivation or aspirations For Example potential homeowners increase their understanding of the home buying process teens ages 1518 increase their commitment to community services Changes in Action modified behavior or practice changed decisions changed policies For Example potential homeowners have purchased their 1st home teens ages 1518 participate in community service Changes in Condition human eg from oppression to freedom from malnourishment to food security economic eg from unemployed to employed civic eg from disenfranchised to empowered environmental eg from polluted to clean Example potential homeowners have purchased their first home teens have improved employment prospects Focus of Change Individual ClientFocus Outcomes these reflect the difference the program will make in the lives of those directly served by the program Ex potential homebuyer has purchased a home change in statuscondition parents use alternative discipline approaches behavior participants are better able to organize and advocate for their rights skills Systemic Outcomes these illustrate changes to overall systems and might include cases where agencies departments or complex organizations work in new ways behave differently share resources and provide services in a coordinated fashion Ex integrated system of services or interagency resource sharing greater coordination among partners in a system Organizational Outcomes some programs lead to internal outcomes both individual and institutional that affect how well a program can achieve external outcomes These produce improvements in program management and organizational effectiveness Ex increased efficiency increased staff motivation Shortterm Outcomes what change do you expect to occur either immediately or in the near future Intermediate Outcomes what change do you want to occur after that Longterm Outcome what change do you hope will occur over time Chain of Outcomes Ex ShortTerm Intermediate tongTum quott 39r I 339 3 39i r 3939 n w may a I O r 39 39 0 1 Goals broad statements that describe the ultimate general purposes of the proposed program they are not specific or timephased and tend to refer to long term results Tips for writing goals refer to major health or social problem refer to focus population and location use clear terminology Ex increase knowledge about sexual and reproductive health in NY not good because it doesn t refer to the major health or social problem to be addressed staff should ask why is it important to increase knowledge what do we think will happen if knowledge is increased does not provide information about the focus population New Goal improve the sexual and reproductive health of young people ages 1524 in City X through the reduction of unwanted pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections including HIV Objectives specific statements that describe what the proposed program is expected to achieve within a specific time period and how it will do so Tips for writing objectives your project objectives are often represented in the intermediate outcomes of your program logic model Well written objectives identify who will be reached what change will be achieved in what time period the change will be achieved where in what location Example at the end of the threeyear project increase condom use among sexually active young people ages 1524 in community X Objectives should be SMART Specmc Measurable Appropriate Realistic Timebound