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Creating a Data Collection Plan That Works

Creating a Data Collection Plan That Works

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Practice:
Get quality data into your evaluator\u2019s hands
Key Action:
Manage logistics and communications for data
collection
TOOL: Creating a Data Collection Plan That Works
Purpose:

Your data collection plan is more likely to be successful
if you factor in some logistical requirements right from
the start. Even a theoretically ideal plan will benefit
from considering such factors as the capacity of your
staff, their job requirements, timelines, and schedules.
You can use this checklist and matrix to make your
data collection plan work more smoothly.

Source:
Adapted from: U.S. Department of Education, Office of
Safe and Drug-Free Schools. (2007). Mobilizing for
evidence-based character education (p. 23).
Washington, DC: Author. The entire guide can be
downloaded at
www.ed.gov/programs/charactered/mobilizing.pdf(last
accessed December 10, 2008).
Instructions:
1.
Review the checklist of important logistical
considerations for data collection.
2.

Fill in the matrix as a way to embed these
considerations into your own data collection plan. Add
notes on these categories to the template periodically,
as necessary.

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