Program guides/Education/Report

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Evaluating your program[edit]

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It is important to measure and evaluate your program to understand what is working well and what can be improved. Your program should have clear goals that you developed during the planning stage, and these will guide your evaluation. In this section you will learn how to consistently evaluate your activities and learn strategies for making this work easier and more effective.

  • Evaluation Tools and Resources: Learn how to measure the impact of your education program.
  • Global Metrics: A set of standardized metrics for grants reporting
  • Program specific-metrics:
    • # of teachers participating
    • Return rate of teachers within one academic year
    • Total # of students participating
    • # of female participants
    • # of online ambassadors
    • # of campus ambassadors
    • # of articles created (or # of overall bytes added to Wikipedia articles)
    • Improvement rate for article quality

Reporting and storytelling[edit]

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Evaluation is not just about the numbers. We want this data to have a meaning for you. What do these numbers mean? What metrics are meaningful to you, in your particular context? Bring further the story you want to tell everyone about your program. Here you'll find a few key points on good storytelling practices.