Using the information on 261 in FSW, students will explore the purpose for conducting a program evaluation by examining the reasons for initiating the evaluation. Using the program outlined on the first assignment, students are to address the questions on pages 261-262 under the following headings: purpose, users and use of the evaluation, program description, program logic or theory, resources and timeframe and relevant contextual issues. Students should attempt to address most of the questions listed under each heading in a concise yet substantive manner.
The assignment must conclude with a well-crafted purpose statement and will be no longer than 5 in length and follow APA guidelines. The assignment must also include a one in length logic model describing the program you plan to evaluate.
I am attaching the previous assignment so it can continue with the same program that was evaluation.
Fitzpatrick, J., Sanders, J., & Worthen, B. (2011). Program evaluation: Alternative approaches and practicalguidelines(4thed.).Boston: Allyn&Bacon.ISBN:0205579353
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