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Wendy Smith's presentation from the Main Hangar at Sing Up Manchester, January 21st 2010, demonstrating the Evaluation Framework for Presenters

Wendy Smith's presentation from the Main Hangar at Sing Up Manchester, January 21st 2010, demonstrating the Evaluation Framework for Presenters

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  • 1. Evaluation Framework
  • 2. Don’t Panic!
    Why do we need it?
    How was the Sing Up Evaluation Framework developed?
    How are we going to use it?
  • 3. Why do we need it?
    To provide:
    • Sing Up with consistent and organised evidence to tell the story of Sing Up and capture the learning generated by the campaign
    • 4. A system to summarise existing evaluations and carry out evaluation of new Sing Up projects and activities
  • How was the Framework developed?
    • A Sing Up Evaluation Working Group included representatives from Funded Programmes, Workforce Development, Beyond the Mainstream, The Institute of Education, Music Services & Sing Up Advisors
    • 5. The group held a series of meetings to look at:
    • 6. Evaluation across the Sing Up programme
    • 7. How to collate different methods of evaluation being used across Sing Up
  • How are we going to use it?
    Area Leaders and Project Managers of all Sing Up strands will use the Evaluation Framework to:
    • Evaluate new Sing Up activities and resources
    • 8. Identify whether we are collecting relevant evidence
  • Sing Up Evaluation Framework
    We have identified:
    • Six areas of evaluation
    • 9. The people involved
  • Sing Up Evaluation Framework
    We have created:
    • An Evaluation Framework
    • 10. A method for using the Framework
  • The Evaluation Framework is a flexible system that can be used to gather a full report on all activity.
    The pyramid shows this using Workforce Development as an example.
    Evaluating Sing Up
    Sing
    Up
    Programme
  • 11. six areas of evaluation
    The Evaluation Working Group has identified six areas of evidence to collect from all parts of the Sing Up programme:
    • Context
    • 12. Engagement, Enjoyment and Satisfaction
    • 13. Leadership and Learning: Knowledge
    • 14. Leadership and Learning: Impact
    • 15. Internal Impact
    • 16. External Impact
  • six areas of evaluation
    • Who
    • 17. What
    • 18. Where
    • 19. When
    • 20. The experience of the activity/resource for individuals
    • 21. How they felt during and after the activity/resource
    • 22. What they remember
    • 23. What they feel worked well and less well
  • six areas of evaluation
    • What skills and competencies are acquired
    • 24. How were they learnt
    • 25. What further knowledge needs to be acquired
    • 26. How will new skills be used
    • 27. How learning has affected them
    • 28. Practical examples
  • six areas of evaluation
    • Impact of the activity on the school /organisation / group
    • 29. Identify areas of future development
    • 30. Impact of the activity on the, wider community and the wider sector
    • 31. Development of new partnerships
    • 32. Identify areas of future development
  • People Involved
    Lead Organisations or Project Managers
    Adults
    Children and young people
    • Audience
    • 35. Participants
    • 36. Young singing leaders
  • People Involved
  • 37. Is it clear so far?
  • 38. virtual evaluation grid
    We constructed a grid using the six areas of evaluation and the people involved, showing how evidence for each activity/resource can be brought together
    The virtual evaluation grid is a visual aid
    The grid should not to be used as a template
  • 39. virtual evaluation grid
  • 40. How the grid works
    There is a different table for each group of people involved
    In each table there are questions under the headings of the six areas of evaluation
  • 41.
  • 42.
  • 43.
  • 44.
  • 45.
  • 46. How do we work with this?
    If you have an existing evaluation process in place:
    • Keep calm: our systems can work together
    • 47. Many of you are doing this already
    If you do not have an existing evaluation process
    • This will provide you with one
    • 48. We will provide you with Evaluation Forms.
    • 49. Young Singing Leaders
    • 50. Adults as Trainers
    • 51. Adults as Participants
  • Evaluation Form
  • 52. Evaluation Form
  • 53. Evaluation Form
  • 54. Next Steps for Evaluation Working Group
    Evaluation Working Group meeting to agree final implementation across all Sing Up strands
    To be implemented at the beginning of Phase 4
  • 55. Questions?