Thursday, October 22, 2015 9:30am to 3:00pm
215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto – 4th Floor
“Did we do the right thing?” and “Did we do the thing right?” are two questions a good evaluation can help you answer. Program Evaluation 101 focuses on key principles and methods of evaluation so that you can more effectively understand the success and effectiveness of your work. Topics include:
- Purposes of evaluation
- Creating an evaluation plan
- Building a logic model
- Evaluation tools
- Communicating evaluation results
- Big picture issues
Participants will have the opportunity to build a draft evaluation plan during the workshop, and will leave with templates and practical resources. Bring a sample program (past or current) from your organization to workshop with your peers.
Bio: Aryne Sheppard
Aryne Sheppard is the Senior Public Engagement Specialist at the David Suzuki Foundation and is the principal at Living Simply Education & Consulting.
An adult educator and facilitator working in the areas of personal and social change, Aryne has a track record of creating innovative, experientially-based programs in both the non-profit and public sectors. She has studied evaluation and collective impact models, and has collaborated with experts to successfully evaluate her own engagement programs.
Aryne lives in Toronto and believes that valuing the inner life, as individuals and as a society, is one of the most important things we can do to create deep and lasting change.
The Young Conservation Professionals Leadership Program is a professional development program serving the environmental and conservation sector in Ontario. Thank you to The Sustainability Network for sponsoring this event in our 2015 workshop series.