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Whether you are designing an evaluation measure for a learning session, a 12-hour series, or a marketing campaign OR deciding how to assess what is needed in a community, as a follow-up to an educational program, or with a group of school-age youth, it takes time and effort. But...often using the ideas of someone else can help to get started on a daunting project.
The non-standardized instruments provided in this section were contributed by Extension educators across the country as a way to share evaluation and assessment instruments related to child care and development.
These files include examples of child care needs assessments, youth assessments, program evaluation, training, and workshop evaluation. The names of the contributor and their state or territory is listed along with a description of the way it was used when available.
If you have an evaluation instrument to share, please contact Dr. Karen DeBord at Karen_DeBord@ncsu.edu
1. Survey Questions
2. Train the Trainers. Pre-Training Assessment. Questionnaire and focus group.
3. Train the Trainers. Post-Training Assessment. Questionnaire and focus group.
4. Train the Trainers. Follow-up Assessment. Questionnaire and focus group.
5. Child Care Providers Training Preference Questionnaire
6. Child Care Professionals Self-Assessment
7. Program Evaluation of Child Care Training
II. CHILD CARE NEEDS ASSESSMENTS
1. Child Care Needs Assessment
2. Employer Assessment of Child Care Needs
3. Needs Assessment: School Age Child Care Program
4. School-age Child Care Questionnaire
III. YOUTH ASSESSMENTS
1. Youth Progress Report
2. Youth Self-Report on Success Factors
3. Classroom Work Habits Checklist
4. Science Skills Checklist
5. Parents' Interview: Academic
6. Student Interview
IV. WORKSHOP/CONFERENCE EVALUATION
1. Post Workshop Evaluation
2. Follow-up Workshop Evaluation
3. Video conference Evaluation
4. Focusing on Evaluation
V. CHILD CARE PROGRAM EVALUATION
1. Program Evaluation
2. Program Evaluation: Quality of Child Care - Parent.
3. Program Evaluation: Quality of Child Care - Principles/Teachers.
4. Program Evaluation: Staff
5. Program Evaluation: Focus Groups - Parents.
6. Program Evaluation: Focus Groups - Children.
7. Program Evaluation: Learn at Home
8. Pre-test/post-test Parents Skills Questionnaire
VI. ASSESSMENTS BY TOPIC (abstracts of available instruments)
1. Decision Making Measures
2. Communications Measures
3. Problem-Solving Measures
4. Valuing Diversity Measures
1. Attitude about Food and Figure
2. Your Values and Eating Habits
3. Beliefs about Food and Pregnancy
4. Food Safety Knowledge
5. Eating Habits Questionnaire
6. What Do You Really Do?
7. Pregnancy Nutrition Questionnaire
8. How Often Do You. . .?
9. Kids in the Kitchen
10. 4-H Foods and Nutrition
11. Nutrition Questionnaire
12. Eating Right is Fun: Food and Me
13. Planning and Fixing Foods
VIII. SOFTWARE EVALUATION
1. Software Evaluation Review Form (4-H/Youth Development)
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