Program Development from Start-to-Finish: A Case Study of the Healthy Relationship and Marriage Education Training Project
What goes into designing and implementing a successful program? How do both research and practice inform program development? In this article, the process through which a federally funded training curriculum was developed and piloted tested is described. Using a logic model framework, important lessons learned are shared in defining the situation, identifying and maximizing inputs, clarifying and tracking outputs, and documenting and reporting outcomes.
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Futris, T. G., & Schramm, D. G. (2015). Program Development from Start-to-Finish: A Case Study of the Healthy Relationship and Marriage Education Training Project. The Journal of Extension, 53(3), Article 3. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol53/iss3/3