Without evaluation, you can’t learn or improve your competences. This section support you to monitor, evaluate and improve the process. After studying this module, you should be able to articulate and improve what you are trying to accomplish.
The Evidence Planning tool is a quick way to help articulate and improve what you are trying to accomplish.
The aim of this exercise is to support users to describe what evidence planning is and when you would use it. Also, to use evidence planning to identify your mistakes, and what you want to retain and change.
Start by filling out the key focus for your work or organisation in the middle of the worksheet. Then use the questions in the four quadrants to reflect on what your key focus enhances, replaces or even limits. Look at the key aspects from diverse points of view. While filling out the four quadrants think of :
- The wider world. (Think as big as )
- Your particular field or area of interest. (e.g. How it might impact current practices)
- Your beneficiaries (What benefits will it bring them?)
- Yourself (What impact could it have on your work/life?)
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