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Instructors and professors often comment that  they learn much more about their subject matter when they begin to teach  it. When they try to explain the topic to someone else they begin to  connect concepts in new ways. They anticipate questions that students  might ask, consider different viewpoints, and think more critically.
For  this Discussion, take the perspective of someone who is instructing his  or her colleagues and sharing your understanding of research methods  and program evaluation.
To prepare for the  Discussion, select an evaluation report from this week’s resources.  Consider how you would present the information to a group of colleagues.
By Day 3

Post an analysis of how you  would present the results of the evaluation to a group of social work  colleagues. 
Identify the background information that you think they  would need and the key message of your presentation. 
Explain the  strategies that you might use to meet your colleagues’ interests and  goals. 
Identify questions that your colleagues might have and what their  reactions might be.
 Identify  strengths in their analyses and strategies for presenting evaluation  results 

 
  
Hendricks, G., & Barkley, W. (2012). Necessary, But Not Sufficient: The McKinney-Vento Act and Academic Achievement in North Carolina. Children & Schools, 34(3), 179-185.
 
  
Law, B., & Shek, D. (2011). Process Evaluation of a Positive Youth Development Program: Project P.A.T.H.S. Research on Social Work Practice, 21(5), 539-548.
 
  
Mallett, C. A. (2012). The school success program: improving maltreated children’s academic and school-related outcomes. Children & Schools, 34(1), 13-26.
 
  
Reupert, A., Foster, K., Maybery, D., Eddy, K., & Fudge, E. (2011). ‘Keeping families and children in mind’: An evaluation of a web-based workforce resource. Child & Family Social Work, 16(2), 192–200
 

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