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    • Choices and Consequences Increasing HIV/AIDS and STD Awareness FINAL PROGRAM REPORT Analysis and Discussion of Evaluation 20 December, 2002 Prepared by: For: Soror Alisa M. Hughley Xi Omega Educational Foundation Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc 4411 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20011 1
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms Age Distribution of Forum Participants Age 13 2% Age unknown Age 12 2% 11% Age 10 16% Age 11 69% The students who attended the Choices and Consequences Forum were between the ages of 10 and 13. The specific age distribution is detailed in the graph above. The majority (69%)of these students were 11 years of age. 100% were female and African-American. In addition, 100% attend school in urban and economically depressed neighborhoods located in Northeast Washington, DC. 2
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms Have you ever had sexual intercourse? Unknown Post Forum YRBS Questions (N=2) 2% How old were you when you had sex for the first time? 11 years old or younger Yes During your life, with how many 4% people have you had sex? 1 person No 94% Did you drink alcohol or use drugs before you had sex the last time? No The last time you had sex, did you or your partner use a condom? Yes We administered several questions from the 2003 Youth Risk Behavior Survey to ascertain students’ baseline risk behaviors. There were differences between per-forum and post -forum responses. Ultimately, we discovered that 4% of the 45 students in attendance were already sexually active (see graph above). Among these students, all reported their first sexual encounter to take place at age 11 or younger and to have only one lifetime partner with whom they use a condom. Finally, students also stated that they did not drink alcohol or use drugs before having sex at the time of their most recent encounter. 3
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms How would you rate the information presented by the ˜ 97.30% of forum speakers? attendees’ ratings Good for MetroTeenAIDS 120.00% Excellent were above 100.00% average (n=37) 11.11% ˜ 96.30% of their 13.51% 80.00% 10.34% ratings of the Pam Stenzel video were 60.00% above average 40.00% (n=27) 85.19% 83.78% 79.31% ˜ and 89.66% of their 20.00% ratings of Dr. Garriet, the 0.00% pediatrician from Children’s Hospital Metro TeenAIDS Pam Stenzel Dr. Garriet were above average (n=29) (See Appendix for details) 4
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms How would you rate the handouts and materials? Good 100.00% Excellent 90.00% 9.68% 15.38% 19.44% 80.00% ˜ 91.67% of forum attendees’ ratings for 70.00% the Resource Guide 60.00% were above average 50.00% (n=36) 80.65% 40.00% 76.92% 72.22% ˜ 90.32% of their ratings 30.00% for the Channing- Bete 20.00% pamphlets and 10.00% booklets were above 0.00% average (n= 31) ˜ and 92.31% of their Resource Guide Pamphlets/Booklets MiniTote Bag ratings for the MiniTote Bag were above average (n= 26) (See Appendix for details) 5
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms How would you rate the information and exercises presented on abstaining from sex? 14.29% 2.86% 74.29% 8.57% Finally, 88.57% of forum attendees rated the Excellent Good Average Fair abstinence information and exercises above average (n=35). (See Appendix for details) 6
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms The Teacher Evaluation Form rated all portions of the Forum (speakers, materials, abstinence) as excellent. The discussion questions yielded the following observations: STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES (or OPPORTUNITIES) ˜ The physician explanation and ˜ Teachers felt that graphic description of all the STDs disease descriptions and and condom demonstration was ˜ The small group/ break-out to advanced for a 10-13 year format along with the use of old audience. videos were the subjects ˜ In general, they requested identified as most helpful to the more age-appropriate students. tailoring of the Forum ˜ While, brainstorming exercises content for elementary and the high participation school students. format (allowing students to communicate existing knowledge) was deemed to be the most helpful to students. 7
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms Would you come to a forum like this one again next year? No 16% Yes 84% ˜ 37 of the 44 students who attended the Choices and Consequences Forum (and filled out the Evaluation Form) stated that they would like to attend a similar event again next year. ˜ 100% (n=2) of the teachers also stated that they would bring their students out to a similar event again next year. 8
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms In Conclusion ˜ An overwhelming majority of students (88.57% or more)and all teachers felt the elements of the Forum were good or excellent ˜ The majority of students (84%) and all teachers felt the Forum was both relevant and enjoyable enough to attend a similar event in the future. ˜ Due to the apprehension of the teachers however, the information and exercises regarding proper condom use were omitted from the Forum agenda. ˜ Due to lack of time, information and exercises regarding assertiveness, communication and negotiation skills were covered only very briefly. 9
    • Choices and Consequences: Analysis & Discussion of Evaluation Forms APPENDIX Speakers Handouts/Materials Information re: Metro Pam Resource Pamphlets MiniTote abstainance TeenAIDS Stenzel Dr. Garriet Guide /Booklets Bag Excellent 83.78% 85.19% 79.31% 72.22% 80.65% 76.92% 74.29% Good 13.51% 11.11% 10.34% 19.44% 9.68% 15.38% 14.29% Average 2.70% 3.70% 6.90% 5.56% 6.45% 3.85% 2.86% Fair 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 3.23% 0.00% 8.57% Poor 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 3.85% 0.00% N 37 27 29 36 31 26 35 10