I. Brief Program Description Describe program goals & objectives, conceptual/the
I. Brief Program Description Describe program goals & objectives, conceptual/theoretical model, target population, staff, context/location, program content, intervention methods, research methods, program outcomes II. Program Analysis Discuss the program with regard to the four components described in Nelson & Prilleltenksy (2005). Be sure to make use of and cite Nelson & Prilleltenksy’s portrayal of these components. What specific issues or problems were addressed? What values were reflected in the program, either explicitly stated by the researchers/interventionists or implicit in the program approach? What was the conceptual or theoretical foundation (paradigm) of the program? What action (intervention) tools were used? What research tools were used? Be sure to focus your analysis on: The extent to which the program reflects a holistic transformative ecological model vs. an individually-oriented ameliorative approach The extent to which the values base of the program addresses personal, relational, and collective well-being. The extent to which the conceptual model (paradigm) is reflected in the program focus and methods. Whether the tools for action and research were appropriate for achieving the goals of the program. The extent to which key stakeholders participated in the process of program development, implementation, and evaluation. III. Suggestions for Program Improvement Provide suggestions for program improvement based on your critical analysis. IV. References

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