Outline Chapter 6
Outline Chapter 6 HESC 400
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Outline Chapter 6 Mission Goals amp Objectives The mission statement goals and objectives provides a foundation for program planning direction for the program and a basis on which to evaluate the program Other names for mission statement 1 Program Overview 2 Program Aim The purpose of Mission statement is to Describes the general focus or purpose Might also re ect the philosphy Helps to develop goals and objectives Distinguishing between a vision statement amp Mission statement Vision statement is more brief and looks at quotWhat do we want to bequot quotWhere do we want to be in 3 to 5 yearsquot What will we look like in 3 to 5 yearsquot Are they really the same No Program Goals Some of the characteristics include a Is more global b includes all aspects of program c provides overall direction d is more general e takes longer to complete and has no deadline f is usually not observed 9 is often not measure in exact terms Two basic components of Program Goals A Who will be affected B What will be the change Verbs associated with Goals decrease increase prevent promote reduce protect Objectives Characteristics of objectives more precise goals represents smaller steps that lead to reaching goals outline speci c changes to occur written measurable terms several levels of objectives DUINF Objectives can be thought as a bridge between needs assessment amp plan intervention Several levels of objectives A processadministration objective B impact objectives C outcome objectives A Process Objectives 0 Focus of the process objectives B Impact Objectives 0 Focus of the impact objectives Resources strategies attendance participation Types of Impact Objectives a learning 1awareness 2 knowledge 3 attain attitudes 4 skill development b behavioral coping compliance c Environmental services physical and social and psychological and economical environment C Outcome Objectives Criteria for Developing Objectives Planners also need to be realistic with regard to the other parameters of the program Questions to consider include 1 Can it be realized in a reasonable time frame 2 Can the objective realistically be achieved 3 Does the program have enough resources to obtain the objective 4 Is it consistent with policies and procedures 5 Do the objectives violate any of the rights of those who are involved 6 Does it re ect the cultural characteristics of the priority group and the changes sought Criteria for Developing Objectives 2 In other words are the objectives SMART Elements of an Objective 1 1 The outcome to be achieved or what will change The action behavior or something else that will change quotApply argue build compare demonstrate evaluate exhibit judge perform reduce spend state or testquot 1 The conditions under which the outcome will be observed or when the change will occur quotUpon completion of the exercise classquot quotas a result of participationquot 1 The criterion for deciding whether the outcome has been achieved or how much change How much change will occur quotBy 10 over the baselinequot quot300 pamphletsquot 1 The priority population or who will change quot1000 teachersquot quot25 of employees of the companyquot
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