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•Introduction to the coalition.
•Method of evaluation.
•Results of the evaluation.
•Communicating information to stakeholders.
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Collaborative Evaluations (English)
Collaborative Evaluations (Spanish)
Empowerment Evaluation: Knowledge and Tools for Self-Assessment and Accountability
Empowerment Evaluation Principles in Practice
Evaluation Roots: Tracing Theorists' Views and Influences
Evaluation Roots: A Wider Perspective of Theorists' Views and Influences
Participatory Evaluation in Education
Practicing Evaluation: A Collaborative Approach
Youth Participatory Evaluation
Collaborative Evaluation: Theory and Practice
Issue Topic: Participatory Evaluation
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Evaluating Juveniles and the Programs they Use
When working with juveniles from all walks of life professionals must follow certain guidelines. When you start working with juveniles and their families you could start with these questions.
1. Who belongs in your family? Mom, Dad, siblings, etc.
2. How do you and/or family get along with others in the neighborhood?
3. How many members in your family works? What do they do?
4. Are there any issues that are bothering you and/or your family? Other questions that could be asked are: Who has the power in your family? Does anyone in your family ever feel like a victim? You can ask these questions before, during and after treatment. You must compare the type, severity, duration and how the client and the families are coping with the problem and also with the various interventions that have worked through. You could also ask them if their physical needs are being met; the needs for food, shelter, clothing. Even if their parents and/or them are working you can see how many jobs that they may have, because if the parents or the juvenile have to work too much they may not be able to provide the necessary child care, and this could have led to their problems with delinquency. Are there resources available that they applied for, but for some reason were not able to receive? This could be for the transportation to get to the center for help as well. Do they think that they are being discriminated against? You can ask them how severe and how long these problems existed for them and their families. You can also ask them about their education and their parents. You can also ask them if they were able to attend school only or if they had to work as well. This ...
This essay was about how various assessments helps interpretations and accountability dealing with adolescents.