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Measuring change presentation

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Stronger Communities for Children Knowledge-Sharing Seminar 1-2 November 2016, Katherine, NT.
Measuring the impact of your SCfC Activities

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Measuring change presentation

  1. 1. Measuring change Measuring the impact of your SCfC Activities
  2. 2. What are we measuring? • What has changed in the lives of individuals, families or the community as a result of your SCfC program and activities? • Has the program made a difference? • How are the lives of families better as a result of your SCfC program?
  3. 3. When do we think about measuring
  4. 4. Measuring Change in SCfC Priorities — details what the community want the program to achieve. Outcomes — the changes in the lives of individuals, families, organizations, or the community as a result of the program. Indicators — the specific, measurable information collected to track whether an outcome has actually occurred.
  5. 5. Activity Detail Performance measurement Activity Name Choose from your plan or an activity you wish to plan. Key Priorities (from your plan) SCfC Outcomes Tick which SCfC Outcome this activity will address. Indicator Decide what can be measured to prove activity is working as planned. How indicator will be measured School Holiday Activities Program Keeping children engaged and learning. Children connecting with and respecting culture. Keeping children and families safe and engaged.  Safer families and communities.  Support the nurturing of young children.  Provide children, young people and families opportunities for participation in cultural events.  Support children to be school ready.  Support young people to attend school and gain an education.  Build community capacity of indigenous organisations to deliver these services. Number of children attending holiday programs each day. Reduction in youth crime and incidents. Families attending bush trips Staff delivering activity to keep records of all kids that attend each day. Discussion with local police on weekly basis. Staff delivering bush trips to keep records of number of families that participate. Measuring Change Example
  6. 6. In your group develop indicators for an activity of your choice. Activity Detail Performance measurement Activity Name Choose from your plan or an activity you wish to plan. Key Priorities (from your plan) SCfC Outcomes Tick which SCfC Outcome this activity will address. Indicator Decide what can be measured to prove activity is working as planned. How indicator will be measured  Safer families and communities.  Support the nurturing of young children.  Provide children, young people and families opportunities for participation in cultural events.  Support children to be school ready.  Support young people to attend school and gain an education.  Build community capacity of indigenous organisations to deliver these services.

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