Youth Action & The Environment
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Navigating Program Evaluation – A Practical Guide for Youth Leaders
Developed in consultation with young environmental leaders, Navigating Program Evaluation: A Practical Guide for Youth Leaders will help you develop an evaluation plan and execute it. Each chapter in the guide is supported by a worksheet, and when compiled together, they help you articulate your overall evaluation plan. The guide includes supporting information, tips and resources to help you put that plan into action.
Navigating Program Evaluation – A Practical Guide for Youth Leaders (PDF)
Developed in consultation with young environmental leaders, this practical guide can help those leading an environmental project understand what an evaluation plan looks like, why it’s important, and how it can be built into a project’s planning process. Divided into five chapters this guide will help users develop the various stages of their evaluation plan.
Navigating Program Evaluation – Companion Worksheets (PDF)
This series of worksheets will help users think through the concepts discussed in Navigating Program Evaluation: A Practical Guide for Youth Leaders and build an evaluation plan. Consider them a framework and orienting compass that can be modified to suit your own needs. Also includes a step-by-step, real-world example that helps illustrate how to use the worksheets based on a program with a youth climate organization.
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