AS2 – Evaluation Report
•The following is an example of the headings you might want to use for your report.
•See also Skills Hub video on report writing
•You may also want to search for examples which suit your assignment best.
•Reports should include headings so that the reader can easily follow the report.
•Remember the person reading your report may no nothing about the area you are working in or the ‘community intervention’ you are involved in so ensure that you ‘paint a picture’ for them of the community, the methods used and the activity.
How to set out a report
2.Methods used to engage with community
3.Activity – what you did
An example of how to set out a report
•Design and implement a community research intervention e.g. questionnaire, survey
•Plan and facilitate a community research intervention e.g. consultation activity
•Review and evaluate the quality and quantity of the information gathered
Learning Outcomes – Subject Specific
•Recognise and distinguish between different methods and styles of engaging with individuals and groups in communities, particularly those who experience marginalisation
•Identify techniques for collecting, collating and interpreting information which support collective decision making and priority setting
Learning Outcomes – Knowledge and Understanding
•Defined within the University Modular Framework (UMF)
•Take an active role in identifying purpose, tasks, responsibilities and timescales in a group activity
•Demonstrate the ability to juggle several tasks and agendas at once
•Write clearly about complex subjects in a form appropriate to the purpose e.g. report, summarise, explore, persuade, propose
Learning Outcomes – Key Skills
•The Planning Checklist is a tool to help you decide if the ‘community intervention’ you are considering will suit the assignment. It can also help you consider the areas you need to focus on for your evaluation report.
•What am I going to do? Give a brief description of what you plan to do (100 words)
•Is it an event, a forum, focus group, questionnaire?
•How am I going to involve the community?
•Where does it fit on the ladder of participation?
•What methods am I going to use?