What are efficient ways to gather people’s opinions

What are efficient ways to gather people’s opinions

What are the most important questions to ask to determine a program’s effectiveness?

What are efficient ways to gather people’s opinions?

What are other ways to gather significant information about a program?

What are ways to analyze data so that its significance will be clear?

Write a 5–7 page program evaluation proposal that includes the following:


In your own words, generally summarize the program, the need for evaluation, your design for evaluating it, and your plan for implementing it. Make this as brief, readable, and compelling as possible.

Needs Analysis.

Revise your needs assessment from Assessment 2 based on faculty feedback you received, information from subsequent readings, and your own reflection. Be sure to analyze the costs and benefits of the proposed program evaluation.

Data Collection and Analysis.

Assess what types of data are most important and relevant to collect for the evaluation. Analyze what are the best sources for data collection. Assess what would be the best techniques/methods to use for:

Data sampling and collection.

Data analysis.

Provide clear and convincing rationale for all your choices.

Implementation Plan.

Describe in detail the processes of collaborating with others to complete the necessary research and evaluation.

Apply principles of group dynamics to plan management of implementation.

Standards and Criteria.

Analyze what would be the best standards and criteria for evaluating the program.

Be sure to clearly explain why particular choices are superior to the alternatives.


Summarize your proposal and make a final compelling appeal for its implementation.

Additional Requirements

Your assessment should meet the following requirements:

Written communication: Written communication is well organized and free of errors that detract from the overall message.

APA style: Comply with current APA style and formatting.

Number of references: Minimum of three academic resources.

Length: Submission includes 5–7 typed, double-spaced pages, in addition to a cover page and references page.

Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 points.