Rationale Models for Early Childhood Education

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Icebreaker. Utilize single word or phraseto express how you feel about rationale models. Today\'s Schedule. Rationale Models 101Definitions and purposesUses (and abuses)Types ContentLarge Group ActivitySmall Group ActivityQuestions. Rationale Models 101: Definitions. Official definitions (Kellogg Foundation):A picture of how your system worksLinks results with activitiesFacilitates arranging, usage, and ev

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Rationale Models for Early Childhood Education Research & Evaluation Division Strategic Planning and Implementation Kamehameha Schools Nolan Malone & Summer Keli'ipio 12 April 2007

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Icebreaker Use single word or expression to express how you feel about rationale models

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Today's Schedule Logic Models 101 Definitions and purposes Uses (and misuse) Types Content Large Group Activity Small Group Activity Questions

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Logic Models 101: Definitions Official definitions (Kellogg Foundation): A photo of how your program functions Links results with exercises Facilitates arranging, usage, and assessment

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Logic Models 101: Purposes Why make a rationale demonstrate? To outwardly portray the arrangement of progress you want to find in members To learn persistently about and enhance your program To encourage sharing what works in your program and why Bottom line: What do you do, and what are the outcomes?

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Logic Models 101: Uses First, a few Abuses… Logic models SHOULD NOT be utilized for: Tormenting staff Creating a doorstop Auditing program operations Making a judgment of your work Writing a school postulation never to be taken a gander at again

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Logic Models 101: Uses Phase of program can manage utilizes: These exercises can happen at any stage

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Logic Models 101: Types Generally, rationale models are stream graphs They may look changed They may contain diverse data At least they incorporate exercises and results

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Program components Activities Short-term results Intermediate Outcomes Program Outcomes Long-term results Logic Models 101: Types Simple rationale models take the accompanying configuration: Organization/program vision, mission, qualities, and objectives

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Program components Activities Short-term results Intermediate Outcomes Program Outcomes Logic Models 101: Types Sample rationale models: Education Strategic Plan rationale show Kamehameha Scholars Mock rationale demonstrate

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Today's Schedule Logic Models 101 Definitions and purposes Uses (and misuse) Types Group Activity I Group Activity II Questions

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Now that you know the fundamental components, how about we attempt one strand. Name some CBECE program components: Group Activity I

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Today's Schedule Logic Models 101 Definitions and purposes Uses (and misuse) Types Group Activity I Group Activity II Questions

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Group Activity II With associates from your program, take one of the other CBECE components and extend. Guidelines: Use the post-its gave on your table to compose a movement and short, transitional, and program results for the component you picked. Convey your post-its up to the front to put on the publication board.

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Wrap Up Now… utilize single word or expression to express how you feel about rationale models

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Mahalo a nui loa Additional inquiries? Nolan Malone Summer Keli'ipio Wendy Kekahio 534-3849 534-3964 523-6373 nomalone@ksbe.edu sukeliip@ksbe.edu wekekahi@ksbe.edu

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