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Program:

Neighborhood

- Community Center

Logic Model

Situation: Goals achievement-Assessing Learner’s Satisfaction - Spanish Intermediate Conversational – (Spring/Summer Program)

Instructor- Evaluator: Nelson Dordelly-Rosales

Fall 2009

Inputs

Activities

Outputs

Participation

Short

Outcomes

Medium

Long

Evaluate how effective is the SIP Program: Needs & Assets Pondering the successes and shortfalls
Evaluate how
effective is the SIP
Program:
Needs & Assets
Pondering the
successes and
shortfalls of the
program
Criteria and
Evaluate the needs &
assets of program
development, and
make decisions
concerning
improvements or
modifications to
subsequent teaching
and assessment.
Information-
Making
gathering strategies
suggestions &
judgments for
improvement
Construct instrument:
Survey questionnaire
Encourage
reflection on
organization/'plan,
evaluation/teaching
materials & student’s
assessment.
Collecting data
&
Administer
instrument to the
participants
Evaluating
results
Report to
stakeholders,
students, parents, and
staff.
Collect
>>>At the end of the
day: more effective
programs.
information
& Evaluation
External Factors
Time, costs, personnel & resources.

Organization

Implementation

Organization Implementation Evaluation Reflection

Evaluation

Organization Implementation Evaluation Reflection

Reflection

The goal of General Interest Programs of the Community Center is to provide educational programs such as Spanish Intermediate (SIP) that increase the likelihood of people making a better life, consistent with their expectations.

Intermediate (SIP) that increase the likelihood of people making a better life, consistent with their expectations.
Intermediate (SIP) that increase the likelihood of people making a better life, consistent with their expectations.
Intermediate (SIP) that increase the likelihood of people making a better life, consistent with their expectations.
Program Design Teaching & Instructor Materials
Program
Design
Teaching
&
Instructor
Materials
Program Design Teaching & Instructor Materials Assumptions Formative and summative evaluations are best

Assumptions

Formative and summative evaluations are best addressed from the viewpoint of the students or clients’satisfaction.

Rev. 7/09