Giving your project an early ‘health check’ with Program Logic Webinar

project_logicWe all want to know how well our programs worked, and might do so through evaluation at the mid- or end-point of our programs. However, how many of us ‘health check’ our programs early on to test how likely it is our program will work? Better to know this sooner rather than later!

Program logic is a tool commonly used in evaluation to help determine how well a program has worked. However, it is equally useful for an early ‘health check’. More program managers are now using program logic early, to help understand out what might limit, or even prevent, programs from achieving their expected outcomes.

Learning how to use program logic for this purpose will help you get clarity on how your project is expected to work, so you can make adjustments before implementation – rather than after the evaluation results come in. Using program logicIt will also ensure you are in a better position to:

a)Develop a good monitoring plan – to help you check in on project progress along the way; and/or

b)Understand what to look for, and who to speak to, when evaluating your project at its mid- or end-point.

Join us to learn more about program logic, and how it helps you do all this! This free webinar has been specially developed for SESA by Lee-Anne Molony (from Clear Horizon). Continue reading

Education for Sustainability Webinar Series

webinarAs waste and water educators – how can we design and deliver learning programs to make a bigger difference?
Join these webinars to inspire and refine what you do and how you do it. There is also the option of up to 3 follow up coaching sessions (up to 1 hour each) to gain input on your specific situation. These will be available in the three weeks after the last webinar.

The 4 webinars will explore:

  • What does ‘sustainability’ actually mean to you and your learners?
  • Education about Sustainability (EaS) vs Education for Sustainability (EfS)
  • 7 Principles of Education for Sustainability
  • Motivating people with different world views and values
  • Using the EfS toolkit as a resource
  • Case studies of best EfS practice in waste and water education (your own and other sources)
  • Using reflective practice and communities of practice to strengthening your education

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