A Practical Tool for the Evaluation of Extension Programs Presented to Older Adults
This article presents a practical tool for the evaluation of Extension programs presented to older adults. The survey method is not practical to collect evaluation data from older adults due to their physical limitations. This evaluation tool is an especially designed box used with plastic tokens. The evaluation box was tested and found accurate and easy to use. It is a practical alternative for the survey method in special situations. The evaluation box is appropriate to collect evaluation data from older adults and illiterate audiences. This tool can be used to evaluate exhibits as well.
Jayaratne, K. (2007). A Practical Tool for the Evaluation of Extension Programs Presented to Older Adults. The Journal of Extension, 45(6), Article 25. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol45/iss6/25