You have fine-tuned your identification of goals and objectives for both your targeted program and the evaluation you are prescribing. Your peers and supervisor have encouraged you to build your presentation for the stakeholder’s meeting by spending more time on the implementation plan.
Your goal is to prepare an additional 15–20 slides (with comprehensive speaker notes) to augment your presentation. You decide to offer a clear picture of how you intend to operationalize your evaluation.
Include the following:
Presentation of need, intentions, goals, and objectives
Describe the required financial and human resources.
Present your embedded evaluation strategy.
What evidence of success will you be looking for?
What problems do you need to anticipate and monitor?
Include a summary of your risk assessment plan.
Summarize contingency plans.
How will you discover the problems that require attention?
Include a description of how you intend to acquire the data supporting these.
How will data be collected?
How will the data be organized and maintained?
How will it be analyzed?
Include descriptions of the calipers shaping your ideology and the theory or theories that influence your evaluation strategies.
Format your PowerPoint® presentation to ensure the slides only contain essential information and as little text as possible. Do not design a slide made up of long bullet points. Your speaker notes convey the details you would give if you were presenting.
For help, consult the guide on how to create speaker notes from Microsoft®.
Include comprehensive speaker notes.
Cite at least 2 peer-reviewed or similar references to support your assignment.
Include a slide with APA-formatted references.
Submit your assignment.