Monitoring, Evaluating, and Applying Findings: Video 1
Provides an overview of essential functions, or tasks, to monitor and evaluate the implementation and impact of a program or other intervention and apply findings over the course of the change and implementation process.
Examines how child welfare agencies can use a structured approach to monitor and evaluate the implementation and impact of a program or other intervention and apply findings. Monitoring and evaluation are essential activities for making informed decisions and guiding improvements. This series of 12 videos examines intervention monitoring, evaluating, and applying findings by considering essential functions, or tasks. Video 1 provides an overview of essential functions for conducting formative and summative evaluations and fidelity assessments, using a logic model, using data to make decisions, and engaging in sustainability planning.
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Capacity Building Center for States (2019). Monitoring, Evaluating, and Applying Findings: Video 1. Children’s Bureau, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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