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Title: The Five-Step Program Improvement Process STEP Five: Implement Solutions Wednesday, March 11, 2009


1
The Five-Step Program Improvement ProcessSTEP
Five Implement SolutionsWednesday, March 11,
2009
  • Mimi Lufkin
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity
    Education Foundation

2
STEM Equity Pipeline
  • Project of the National Alliance for Partnerships
    in Equity Education Foundation
  • Funded by the National Science Foundation
  • Human Resources Directorate, Gender in Science
    and Engineering Program, Extension Services Grant

3
Goals
  • Build the capacity of the formal education
    community
  • Institutionalize the implemented strategies by
    connecting the outcomes to existing
    accountability systems
  • Broaden the commitment to gender equity in STEM
    education

4
STEM Equity Pipeline Project Methods
  • Professional Development
  • Teacher Training
  • Consulting and Technical Assistance
  • Virtual Web-based Professional Learning Community

5
How can you get involved?
  • Participate on your State Team if from
  • CA, OK, MN, MO, WI, IA, IL
  • Participate in the virtual learning community by
    going to www.stemequitypipeline.org

6
Poll
  • How did you hear about this webinar?
  • Email from the STEM Equity Pipeline listserv
  • Email from another listserv (chat)
  • Email forwarded from a colleague
  • Presentation at a conference (chat)
  • Announcement in the Pipeline Press
  • Announcement in another newsletter (chat)
  • STEM Equity Pipeline website
  • Another website (chat)
  • Search engine result

7
The Five Step Process
8
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

9
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

10
Define Your Project/Program
  • Performance Gap Analysis
  • Girls not transitioning from GTT (PLTW middle
    school program) to IED (PLTW first high school
    course) at the same rate as boys
  • Root Causes
  • Dont think the curriculum is for them
  • Dont think they are qualified
  • Not familiar with the high school program
  • Lack of role models
  • Strong parental influence on student course
    selection in high school

11
Define Your Project/Program
  • Select a Strategy
  • Extend personal invitation to girls to take the
    high school PLTW program
  • Educate parents about the benefits of the PLTW
    program
  • Educate parents about the opportunities for their
    daughters in engineering
  • Inform the girls about the PLTW curriculum
  • Provide role models and peer support

12
Project Scope Diagram
Middle School Girls
Parents
Women Engineers
Focus Your Future
PLTW Teacher(s)
Principal
Counselors
Teachers
High School Girls in PLTW Program
13
Implementation Team Development
  • Moving from Planning to Implementation
  • Review your teams composition for stakeholder
    representation
  • Have pilot sites train new implementers
  • Invite new members
  • Worker Bees

14
Types of Evaluations
  • Formative Evaluation
  • Process measures
  • How well was the program implemented
  • The cook tasting the soup
  • Summative Evaluation
  • Outcome measures
  • Did the program produce the desired results
  • The guests taste the soup

15
Poll
  • What type of evaluation measurement is this
    objective?
  • 50 women will participate in the mentoring
    workshop on Saturday, June 15.
  • Formative evaluation process measure
  • Summative evaluation outcome measure

16
Select Outcome Measures
  • Short-term measures
  • Increase in awareness
  • Increase in knowledge
  • Change in attitude
  • Change in behavior
  • Long-term measures
  • Enrollment
  • Achievement
  • Completion
  • Graduation
  • Transition

17
Select Process Measures
  • Attendance
  • Response rate
  • Satisfaction of implementers with process
  • Satisfaction of participants with process
  • On time accomplishment of tasks
  • Quality evaluation of implementation services
  • More

18
Write SMART Objectives
  • Evaluation objectives must be
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Relevant
  • Time-limited

19
Outcome Objective
  • Short-term - After participating in Focus Your
    Future event 50 of the participating students
    will show a one point (on a 5 point likert scale)
    increase in their willingness to consider
    enrolling in the pre-engineering program at the
    high school.
  • Long-term The high school pre-engineering
    programs will increase the participation of girls
    by 5 the year following the implementation of
    the Focus Your Future event.

20
Process Objectives
  • 75 of invitees will respond to the invitation by
    the RSVP date
  • 60 of the invitees will attend the event
  • 50 of the participants will bring at least one
    parent or guardian to the event
  • 75 of the participants will score their
    satisfaction with the event as a 4 (very good) or
    5 (excellent) on the exit evaluation instrument

21
Develop an Evaluation Plan
22
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

23
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

24
Work Breakdown Structure
25
Focus Your Future WBS
26
Task List
27
Gantt Chart
28
Gantt Chart
29
Budget Development
30
Poll
  • Which of the following project management tools
    have you used?
  • Work Breakdown Structure
  • Gantt Chart
  • Both

31
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

32
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

33
Project Tracking Spreadsheet
34
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

35
Dare to Properly Manage Resources Model
Define
Plan
Review
  • Create a schedule
  • Assign people and resources
  • Draw up a budget
  • Establish Project Scope
  • Set outcome and process objectives
  • Analyze evaluation results
  • Hold a post review
  • Document successes and failures

Manage
  • Control work in progress
  • Provide feedback
  • Negotiate for resources

36
Evaluation Report
37
Project Tracking Spreadsheet
38
The Five Step Process
39
Questions?
  • Mimi Lufkin
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity
    Education Foundation
  • www.stemequitypipeline.org
  • mimilufkin_at_napequity.org
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