Presentation on theme: "Innovation and Evaluation in Youth Justice: Advice and Resources."— Presentation transcript:
Innovation and Evaluation in Youth Justice: Advice and Resources
What is this resource? Chapter slide packs Supporting materials document Chapter 1 tools Chapter 3 tools Chapter 2 tools Chapter 4 tools This is essentially a resource about change – how to achieve it and how to measure it. Taken as a whole, the materials in this pack provide advice and information about some of the key principles behind effective programme design, delivery and evaluation. Navigate through the materials per chapter, providing ideas for individual or group-based activities. Navigate through the materials per chapter, providing ideas for individual or group-based activities. Provides detailed background information for use when completing the suggested activities. Contain tools and templates for applying the information in practice, plus further reading and sources of information to provide context to each chapter.
How it works... We recommend the following… 1.Use the slide packs in each chapter and the supporting materials document to gain a general idea of the scale and scope of the information provided in this resource. 2.Assess the needs that your service has with regards to programme development and evaluation and consider how this pack may be used to address these. 3.Plan a series of workshops or activities (as suggested in the slide packs) and involve relevant staff. 4.Deliver the workshops using the slide packs and refer participants to the relevant sections of the supporting materials document to inform the discussions and decisions. Use the tools and templates provided in the chapter folders when completing the activities and use the prompts in the notes pane to facilitate the discussions.notes pane Note: The resource does not require group-based delivery and can also be used for individual work.
Intended audience: Training managers Operational managers YJB staff supporting youth justice services to evaluate their work Staff delivering programmes Staff with an interest in evaluation
Activity titleChapterSlide ref.Page ref. 1. Defining key termsIntroduction 84 2. The importance of the practitionerSkills and Competencies 35 3. Working with evidenceSkills and Competencies 56 4. Practicing a range of approachesSkills and Competencies 77 5. A reflective practitionerSkills and Competencies 98 6. Developing the programme theory 1: focusDevelopment and Innovation 610 7. Developing the programme theory 2: outcomesDevelopment and Innovation 912 8. Multi-modal programmesDevelopment and Innovation 1014 9. Developmental issuesDevelopment and Innovation 1314 10. Promoting engagementDevelopment and Innovation 15 11. Promoting positive behavioursDevelopment and Innovation 16 12. Getting the intensity rightDevelopment and Innovation 17 13. Programme relevanceDevelopment and Innovation 1918 14. Introduction to monitoring and evaluationMonitoring and Evaluation (part 1) 421 15. Identifying monitoring indicatorsMonitoring and Evaluation (part 1) 623 16. Evaluation in contextMonitoring and Evaluation (part 1) 925 17. ‘ When ’ and ‘ who ’ Monitoring and Evaluation (part 1) 1228 Table of activities
Activity 1: Defining key terms What is ‘effective practice’? What are ‘effective programmes’? How are they linked? Proposed workshop 1: Convene a group of practitioners and ask them to consider the questions above. Use the supporting materials for Activity 1 to inform the discussion and record the key points on the workshop recording sheets (page 48 of the Supporting Materials document).