10 Steps for Planning Educational Programs: Worksheet

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10 Steps for Planning Educational Programs: Worksheet

Program Title:

Team Members / Partners / Sponsors:

  1. What is the situation that indicates an educational program is needed? What’s the issue?

  1. Who is the target audience and what are a few of their characteristics?

  1. What are the objectives and desired outcomes?

  1. Learning (short-term outcomes)

Awareness, knowledge, attitudes, skills.

  1. Taking Action (medium-term outcomes)

Behavior, practice, decisions, policies, social action

  1. Changing Conditions (long-term outcomes)

Social, economic, civic, environmental

  1. List the major points of subject matter content to include. What are the most important messages to communicate?

  1. What are the best activities and training tools (outputs) to accomplish this education?

  1. Program details.

    1. List the “budget” for this program, including dollars, staff and volunteer time.

Expenditure Amount (dollars or hours)

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    1. Materials / Handouts / Equipment needed:

    1. What else must be done to develop the educational and training tools for this program?

  1. How will this program be marketed to your target audience?

  1. Implement the program. Establish a timeline.

  1. How will you assess the outcomes, measure the impact, evaluate the results this educational program had on your target audience? How will you report the results and market the successes?

  1. How will you inform partners, participants and decision makers of your outcomes / impacts?

Adapted from Design for Learning by Joan Cybela and Edrie Greer, and Evaluating Our Extension Programs: Using the Logic Model by Ellen Taylor-Powell, both University of Wisconsin-Extension

November 2013

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