Number of unique resources found: 16
Author: Popham, W. (3 more by this author); Dahlia Grossman; Molly A. Hetricks; Elizabeth A. Hall; Douglas Tonks
Description: Four assessment instruments suitable for the evaluation of HIV education programs for students in grades 5-7 are presented. The instruments focus on HIV-related knowledge and attitudes, and on confidence in one's ability to resist peer pressure. Descriptions of each instrument and directions for administration and scoring are provided.
Author: Popham, W. (3 more by this author); Marjiana B. Weiner; Rena F. Bloom; Molly A. Hetricks; Francine Alexander; Douglas Tonks; Elizabeth A. Hall
Description: Seven assessment instruments are provided for use in the evaluation of HIV education programs for students in grades 7-12. These instruments address HIV-related knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors. Descriptions of each instrument and directions for administration and scoring are provided.
Description: This tool, available through the Online Evaluation Resource Library, was designed to identify technologies being used in the classroom and to gain information on student grouping arrangements for technology use and on the number of students involved.
Author: Mead, June (7 more by this author); Garcia, Aleta
Description: This bulletin includes a brief introduction to a key indicator, a case example of a community-based program making a difference in the indicator highlighted, sample program goals and objectives, description of program intervention, a sample evaluation plan, key evaluation results, reporting hints and other resources.
Author: Furco, Andrew (1 more by this author)
Description: This system, available through CART, includes multiple measures to assess academic achievement, career development, social development, personal development, civic participation, and ethical development. It also includes measures of program variables such as the nature of student working groups, intensity of field experience, and culture of the program.
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed by teachers for the use of teachers in determining the cognitive learning styles preferred by their students. It is divided into three main areas: information gathering/receiving, social work conditions, and expressiveness preference.
Description: This Harvard Family Research Project guide describes a select set of instruments and tools that can be obtained and used for on-the-ground program evaluation. Whether you are conducting first-time internal evaluations or large-scale national studies, these evaluation instruments can be used to assess the characteristics and outcomes of your programs, staff, and participants, and to collect other key information. Indicates how to obtain the instrument, and whether there is a cost for it.
Description: This tool, available through CART, was adapted from "In Search of Understanding: The Case for Constructivist Classrooms" by Jacqueline Grennon Brooks and Martin G. Brooks. Six items present continua on which teachers can indicate the extent to which they teach in a "traditional" or "constructivist" classroom.
Description: This survey, available through CART, was designed to measure the impact of service-learning in a national study. It contains measures of students' service experience, educational competence, personal and social responsibility, acceptance of diversity, work orientation, engagement in school, engagement in service-learning, leadership, formal helping behaviors, and risk behaviors.
Author: Rahdert, E.
Description: This tool, available through CART, is a 139-item self-report rating instrument that assesses substance abuse problems, physical health status, mental health status, family relationships, peer relationships, educational status, vocational status, social skills, leisure and recreations, and aggressive behavior/delinquency. It is intended as a screening tool to identify problems in need of further assessment.
Author: Howard, J.
Description: This instrument, available through CART, measures students' social and political beliefs and values through a set of 15 items.
Description: This tool, available through the National Network for Child Care website, is developed to systematically review computer software. It looks at numerous aspects, including: target audience, ease of installation and use, presentation and organization of the content, and whether it is free of bias and objectionable content.
Author: Heatherton, Todd
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed to measure measuring clinical changes in self-esteem, and to assist in the untangling the relationship between mood and self-esteem.
Description: This tool, available through the Online Evaluation Resource Library, was designed to gain information about each student's attitudes about computers and the target technology program.
Description: This tool, available through the Online Evaluation Resource Library, was designed to solicit reports from each student about computer usage, ease of use, skill level, technology tasks skill level, and judgments about the project.
Author: Duttweilter, P.
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed to measure the perceptions of individuals who are closely associated with a school, including administrators, teachers, school staff, students and parents. The inventory is composed of eight sections that measure the major components of the school learning climate: collaborative problem solving and decision making; instructional leadership; high expectations for students; developing a safe and orderly environment; curriculum and instructional practices, monitoring students progress; involving parents and the community; and physical environment.