Date: Thursday, November 17, 2022
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. (PT) / 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. (PT) /
Join REL West for a webinar on how to link data and measurement to logic model components in order to ensure alignment between activities, outputs, and measures. Presenters will share a process for how to do this as well as an example of how an organization used the process in their work.
What You Will Learn
As a result of this webinar, participants will:
- Have a greater understanding of the purpose of logic models
- Have a greater understanding about how to effectively link data and measurement to each logic model component
Who Will Benefit
State education agency staff, local education agency staff, and community-based and non-profit organizations who want to use logic models to ensure programmatic activity leads to specific and identified outcomes that can be evaluated.
Dr. Lenay Dunn is the Deputy Director of REL West. She provides leadership to research, evaluation, and technical assistance projects to help states, districts, and other stakeholders use evidence to improve systems and outcomes. She has extensive experience conducting program evaluations and coaching and training staff from SEAs, LEAs, and other organizations to develop logic models, identify and implement evidence-based strategies, and name and monitor appropriate outcomes for their context. She has over two decades of experience in education and began her career in education as a teacher.
Dr. Tran Keys is a Senior Research Associate for REL West. She has over 20 years of experience working with state education agencies, school districts, and other education organizations to improve outcomes for children. She conducts mixed-methods program evaluations and research and provides analytic coaching and support to educators with the aim of increasing the use of data and evidence in education decision-making that informs policy and practice.
Jennifer Brown is the Director of Head Start Programs for the Northern Arizona Council of Governments. She has an extensive background in early childhood education and education management. She spent over 20 years as an Early Head Start Program Manager with NACOG before she moved into an administrative and leadership role with the agency.