Presentation on theme: "Youth EFNEP K-2 Evaluation Webinar Marilyn Townsend, PhD, RD Nutrition Dept., UCD Mical Kay Shilts, PhD CSU Sacramento."— Presentation transcript:
Youth EFNEP K-2 Evaluation Webinar Marilyn Townsend, PhD, RD Nutrition Dept., UCD Mical Kay Shilts, PhD CSU Sacramento
What? ….tool to use National EFNEP K-2 Sept 2012 version Color, 10 questions Will be printed at the State Office
Who? …administers Educator peferred. Teacher, only if necessary. This year, K-2 Happy Healthy Me English speaking
How?…. use the tool Pre and Post intervention Group-administered to class Educator reads text on tool to students – Script Children write name on the tool – Youth educator matches pre/post tools
How?.... score the tool? Each picture on the tool is considered a separate question (Q1-8) Each question has a different maximum point value Each picture needs to be scored by the Youth Educator and totaled for each question Examples 4 points 5 points
How many points did Alberto earn for Q3? discuss vote
How many points did Alberto earn for Q3? Jenny earned 4/5 points +1 +0 +1
Q9 & Q10 Scored differently Never =1 Almost Never =2 Sometimes =3 Almost Always =4 Always =5 +3
How?.... store pre+post tests Student names on tool. Store locked cabinet in office. Suggest 1 file folder per class with About My Class Match pre with post Enter pre and post for each child at same time in WebNEERS.
How?.... enter data into WebNEERS Topic for next Webinar conference call March 2013 Youth Educator will generate a unique ID for each child to use in WebNeers Enter the score you calculated for each question
Do we need another webinar on using WebNEERS to enter the evaluation data? discuss vote
Other K-2 curricula RAMP Farm to Fork This K-2 tool should also work for those curricula.
How many tools per county are needed? Will be sent to your county office
Do you need help? Larissa firstname.lastname@example.org@ucdavis.edu Tammy email@example.com@ucdavis.edu Mical firstname.lastname@example.org@saclink.csus.edu Marilyn email@example.com@ucdavis.edu
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