Program Theory Evaluation


The program theory evaluation is a process which examines the overall success rate of a particular plan. This sort of evaluation is generally targeted towards programs which are related to some social problems. The evaluation measures the effectiveness of the program as well and also tries to locate the problems associated with it. This helps implement constructive changes which ensure a better curriculum which can be thus implemented.

Sample Program Theory Evaluation:

The following is a Program Theory Evaluation conducted for PETA Co.

Program: Raising Awareness about Animal killing/ Poaching.

Evaluation conducted by:  WE ORGANIZE Analyzers Co.

12, Wilbur Street,

Chicago

Purpose: To understand the efficiency of the program that had been implemented in the year 2011 till date, and to facilitate certain changes.

Kindly respond to the following questions and answer as per the requirements:

  1. Has the program reached the niche social group it had initially targeted?
  • Successfully
  • More or less
  • Unsuccessful

2.  Does this program use current events of rapid poaching as examples or points of reference to make it more                        adaptable?

  • Quite effectively
  • Does not need to
  • No, it has failed in this aspect.

3.  Has the program reached the set goals of minimizing animal killing by at least 20%?

  • Very close
  • Not in the least
  • Unsure

4.    Has there been any negative feedback or response from any group after the implementation of the program?

  • Positive feedback only
  • Some negative criticism
  • Overall negative response

5.   Does the program intend to expand to other specific locations and social groups?

  • Definitely Yes
  • No

Category: Program Evaluation

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