Do you need to evaluate youth programs as part of your work? Are you interested in ways to make these evaluations participatory? Want to learn how others do this? Then you might want to join this webinar from the Health Promotion Capacity Building (HPCB) team of Public Health Ontario.
According to the CDC, participatory evaluation approaches provide meaningful opportunities for involvement by the stakeholders in initiatives. Participatory evaluation may also provide stakeholders with opportunities to develop and enhance new skills.
The speakers for this will talk about a tool they’ve used which may aid in engaging youth in participatory evalution. The tool, 11 Principles of Youth Engagement, was developed by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care. They will also be putting a particular emphasis on data collection.
When: September 22, 2016
Time: 7:30-9:00am PDT
The webinar will explore:
* Benefits of participatory evaluation with youth;
* Facilitators of a successful evaluation including youth;
* Tools and techniques for use in participatory data collection including questionnaires, interviews, digital storytelling, PhotoVoice and Most Significant Change.