Tag Archives: Evaluation – Program

Collecting, Analyzing, and Sharing Qualitative Data Encore Webinar

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This webinar includes best practices in collecting, analyzing and sharing qualitative data with an example from Louisiana’s SSIP work. This webinar also shares resources to support qualitative methods and an activity for participants to practice analyzing qualitative data. Presented by Megan Cox, Kerry Friedman, Brenda Sharp and Debbie Shaver in January 2019 Webinar Recording Webinar […]

Strengthening SSIP Evaluations with Qualitative Methods

This 2018 report provides a broad overview of what qualitative research methods are, as well as examples and suggestions for collection high-quality qualitative data. Additionally, the report offers examples of two states using qualitative methods for their SSIP evaluation. By Debra Shaver, Megan Cox, Robert A. Ruggiero, and Traci Kutaka View SSIP Evaluations with Qualitative […]

State Family Outcomes Measurement System (S-FOMS) Framework and Self-Assessment

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This framework, originally developed by the Early Childhood Outcomes (ECO) Center, identifies 7 key components of a high-quality family outcomes measurement system at the state level. The following resources were developed for state Part C and Part B 619/Preschool programs to evaluate and improve their family outcomes measurement system. State Family Outcomes Measurement System Framework […]

Analyzing Qualitative Data for Evaluation

This 2009 brief from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) focuses on analyzing qualitative data that your program has collected. It includes an overview of qualitative data; how to plan for qualitative data analysis; how to analyze qualitative data; and the advantages and disadvantages of qualitative data. View CDC Analyzing Qualitative Data Brief […]