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Evaluating Youth Programs YouthREX

by Marion on June 14th, 2016

Hello Sprynters:

YouthREX invites you to join a no-cost three-part webinar series on different elements of its approach to evaluation.

Says YouthREX:
Our mission is to make research evidence and evaluation practices accessible and relevant to Ontario’s grassroots youth sector through knowledge mobilization, capacity building and evaluation leadership. Central to our approach is a nuanced understanding of ‘evidence’ that acknowledges the politics of evaluation and the need for evaluation processes and methods that reflect grassroots youth sector realities.

In this new webinar series, you will have a chance to engage in conversations with YouthREX’s academic directors, staff and key stakeholders on our Evaluation FrameworkCustomized Evaluation Supports (CES), and newly launched evaluation toolkit. They have all have been developed to support youth programs in Ontario to understand their impact.

WEBINAR 1/3
May 11, 2016
11:00AM – 12:00PM EST
YouthREX’s Framework for Evaluating Youth Wellbeing
Join us as we discuss the purpose and vision of the Framework and examine how its three guiding lenses – learning-focused, youth engaged, and contextualized methods – are uniquely suited to respond to the needs of grassroots youth programs.

WEBINAR 2/3
May 26, 2016
1:00PM – 2:00PM EST
An Overview of YouthREX’s Customized Evaluation Supports (CES)
In this webinar, we will walk you through our service delivery model and learn how we ground our values in practice and support the evaluation of more than 70 youth programs across Ontario.

WEBINAR 3/3
June 09, 2016
11:00AM – 12:00PM EST
Finding and Selecting Tools for Your Outcome Evaluation
Learn more about the inventory of measures that YouthREX is developing. Using a CES case example, we will walk you through how to select outcomes, indicators and measures, and use our Evaluation Toolkit to support your youth program evaluation.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS SERIES AND REGISTER NOW.

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