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Evaluation of an extension programme
E V W. Vercruijsse
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Book Description LAP Lambert Academic Publishing Dez , Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - This book offers core ideas on basic agricultural extension programme planning, monitoring and evaluation that will be useful for academicians in a class-room setting, as well as for researchers in rural and agricultural extension to understand development in practice. Mary Walshok, Ph.D., is an author, educator, researcher, and Associate Vice Chancellor for Public Programs and Dean of Extension at UC San Diego. She has done extensive research and writing on women in the economy, including a seminal book, “Blue Collar Women” ().
Major program evaluations focus on the effectiveness and/or efficiency of the major program from two perspectives: that of the\ഠfunder or decision makers who is interested in results and impact, and that of the Extension professional who is interested in 對the same data, but who is also seeking information to improve the program. Effective program evaluation is a carefully planned and systematic approach to documenting the nature and results of program implementation. The evaluation process described below is designed to give you good information on your program and what it is doing for students, clients, the community and society.
ADVERTISEMENTS: This article throws light upon the top eleven appraisal and evaluation parameters for project. Some of the parameters are: 1. Basic Appraisal Parameters 2. General and Miscellaneous Appraisal Parameters 3. Project Appraisal under Normal, Inflationary and Deflationary Conditions 4. Macro and Micro Parameters in Project Selection 5. Market and Demand Analysis together with. Reconsideration of entire extension programme on the light of the results of evaluation. Problem identified in the process of evaluation may become the starting points for the next phase of the extension educational programme, unless new problems have developed or new situation have arisen. 7. 1.
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An intermediate level of evaluation is provided by the extension programme itself. Two questions are important here. Did the extension activities take place in the planned sequence and at the right time.
Did these activities lead to the expected results. If the answers are. The Bennett/Rockwell Targeting Outcomes of Programs (TOP) Model Hierarchy is a model for program development, objective writing and evaluation widely used in Extension work to identify and categorize program objectives and outcomes.
Planning, Implementing, Monitoring and Evaluating Extension Programs and Resources. local evaluation capacity and re-emphasizing the need for disseminating and using results to improve extension programs/services and their impacts.
Description and relevance of program evaluation Evaluation is a process of systematically assessing the operation and/or outcomes and impacts of a. Goals of this book The goal of this book is to introduce to students interested in extension education, outreach, and public education to the quantitative methods used to assess the evaluation.
Viewing Bennett's Hierarchy from a Different Lens: Implications for Extension Program Evaluation is a short article from the Journal of Extension. It looks at previous uses of Bennett’s Hierarchy in extension programme evaluation. It suggests a 4-step framework for identifying costs for short, intermediate and long-term outcomes.
The Block Supervisors diary is one of the most important tools used in operating DAE™s extension approach, and can be used to support monitoring and evaluation. During the day to day work of the Block Supervisor, the diary acts as a recording tool and should show.
An extension programme should be flexible, so that necessary changes can be made whenever needed, to meet the varying conditions. The grass roots principle of organisation.
A group of rural people in local community should sponsor extension work. The programme should fit in with the local conditions. The aim of organising. Extension for Poor Rural Families to Improve Production and Income Generation 13 The Poverty Issue 13 FAO Special Programme for Food Security 14 Enhancing Food Security and Income Generation 15 Programme Development and Future Expectations 16 II.
Rural Development 19 Different Pathways out of Poverty Complete and update the book / website Summary and Analysis of Extension Program Evaluation in R. This text is used for a course at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey.
View project. evaluation of extension programme with a view of impacting changes into the skill, knowledge and attitude of the farmers. Good programme planning requires the ability to synthesize facts and value judgments, in a process of sound decision making about the objectives.
Planning of extension programme should be based on existing. Designed for students and professionals, the Fourth Edition of Program Evaluation: Alternative Approaches and Practical Guidelines provides instruction for conducting evaluations, from identifying the questions that the evaluation should address, to determining how to collect and analyze evaluative information, to ascertaining how to provide evaluative information to s: Developing a Concept of Extension Program Evaluation; Evaluation Designs Common in Measuring Outcomes; Basic Evaluation Questions for Extension Education Programs; When to Use the Retrospective Post-then-Pre Design; Considerations for Using Computer-Based Surveys; Six Steps to Take for Easier Follow-Up Evaluations – Before You Teach Your Program.
Program Evaluation Defined • “Evaluation: Systematic investigation of the value, importance, or significance of something or someone along defined dimensions”(Yarbrough, Shulha, Hopson, & Caruthers,p. • “Evaluation is the systematic process of delineating, obtaining, reporting, and applying descriptive and.
Evaluation of Extension programs presented to older adults is often challenging because some of them are physically weak and have limited eye sight. Sometimes, Extension agents use big fonts to print evaluation surveys in deference to older adults' limited eye sight. Introduction Evaluation in extension used to focus primarily on judging a program’s merit or worth.
Additionally, the methodology associated with earlier forms of evaluation was portrayed as basically a quantitative activity. This book offers core ideas on basic agricultural extension programme planning, monitoring and evaluation that will be useful for academicians in a class-room setting, as well as for researchers in rural and agricultural extension to understand development in : Girmachew Seraw Misganaw.
Process evaluation, or how the program addresses the problem, what it does, what the program services are and how the program operates.
Process evaluation questions focus on how a program is working, program performance, and involve extensive monitoring. Similarly, formative evaluation questions look at whether program activities occur. Extension programme prepared at various levels should conform to each other.
Extension programme of a particular department should not be in conflict or contradiction with the extension programme of other department. Local people should be involved: Programme formulation to Programme implementation level. Program Development and Evaluation Sampling Author(s) Ellen Taylor-Powell In Extension, we are usually interested in people—producers, families, youth.
But samples can be taken of almost anyt. Good evaluation is tailored to your program and builds on existing evaluation knowledge and resources.
Your evaluation should be crafted to address the specific goals and objectives of your EE program. However, it is likely that other environmental educators have created and field-tested similar evaluation designs and instruments.The educational program is the sum of all the components/methods and is consummated with the evaluation of the entire program, which reflects Extension’s impact in terms of clientele change in the form of knowledge gained, skills acquired, changes in attitudes/beliefs, changes in behavior, adoption for practices, or adoption of technology.come from Extension colleagues across the country who have been gracious enough to share their ideas on evaluation instrument development.
The user of the examples herein is encouraged to also refer to the publication, “Evaluating Extension Program Outcomes” for additional information on the appropriate use of different instruments and scales.