Santa Fe Community Educators Network is a project of the Santa Fe Birth to Career Collaboration, a collective impact initiative supported by the Santa Fe Community Foundation.

SFCEN Notes 7/28/2017

July 31, 2017

CEN Notes

July 28, 2017

 

Attendees:

  • Shannon Bay – O’Keeffe Museum

  • Elysia Poon – SAR

  • Brian Skeele – Eco

  • Carol Schrader – Wise Fool

  • Mollie Toll – Office of Archaeology

  • Adria Winfield – VISTA at SFCF

  • Molly Timmins – VISTA Leader

  • Kathleen Doll – Consultant

  • Liz Brindley – O’Keeffe

  • Alishiya Kapoor – VISTA

  • Shawna Jones – Santa Fe Botanical Garden

  • Caryn Grosse – SF Water Conservation

  • Carol Aubrey – Story Tellers and Writers

  • Kaylan Gerdes – O’Keeffe Museum

  • Joanne Lefrak – SITE Santa Fe

  • Matthew Contos – SITE Santa Fe

  • Patricia Siegala – MOIFA

  • Sara Van Note – Independent Contractor

 

Updates and Committee Information:

  • O’Keeffe Museum – Art and Leadership Program exhibition, Aug 13, 3-5pm

  • Volunteer Fair- August 19 (See Flyer below)

  • 21st Century Teacher Training- August 26

    • Contact Mollie Parsons if you are free to help

  • Teacher's Night Out- October 19 (See Flyer Below)

 

Quality Surveys with Kathleen Doll, Evaluation Expert:

 

Presentation Slide Deck: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1_bPG00_C4H0_E_zAvjwBtTDL49iOIiiIYyiBlpzxQYE/edit?usp=sharing

 

Survey-Making Checklist Handout:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZG-6J8-HZ-jKESa4lYkpFq7Nn708vYVfLYb3BSnotIk/edit?usp=sharing

 

Dillman's Principles Handout:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/11GKfCJgiVVHFFj8LJ5Y_sqjEJWl3CayxE8YJ9HxzOeo/edit?usp=sharing

 

Kathleen Doll's Contact

kathleendoll101@gmail.com 

 

  • Challenges

    • What to do with results?

    • Getting responses back from participants

    • Time to put it together, do it, and do something with it

  •  Steps of putting together a survey:

    • ID what you need to know:

      • What questions do you want to answer?

      • Is a survey the right way of getting to the answer?

      • What kinds of questions do I want to ask?

    • Pros and Cons

      • Pros:

        • Attitudes, beliefs, attitudes

        • Cheaper, easier, and faster

      • Cons:

        • Quality is tough to reach

        • Exclude qualitative data

        • Don’t read questions

 

  • Motivational approach to making survey

    • Easy and Consistent

    • Dillman Survey Principals:

      • Choose simple over specialized words

      • Use complete sentences

      • Don’t be overly specific

      • Avoid slang and jargon

      • Keep questions neutral

      • Use cognitive primers to get them in a space to answer the questions

      • Use equal number of positive and negative responses

      • Use mutually exclusive response categories

      • Don’t use double barreled questions that are asking two things at the same time

      • Eliminate check all that apply options, unless it is demographics

      • Avoid double-negatively worded questions

      • Include both ends of the spectrum for a response

    • Other tips

      • Put sensitive questions at the end (eg demographics)

      • Group similar questions

      • Space out open ended questions,

    • Likert Scales

      • 1-7 (Likely 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Unlikely)

      • For youth, use: Very likely, Likely, Neutral, Unlikely, Very Unlikely

    • Other response sets – Smiley faces

    • Open ended

      • Rich data

      • Insights

      • Makes them feel heard

      • Creativity

      • Causes fatigue

      • Don’t have too many

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  • Resources for Surveys

    • See email from Kathleen Doll

    • The Survey Playbook – Great book

    • Handout from Kathleen Doll

  • Questions:

    • Increasing return rate –

    • Young children – read and write for them, smiley faces, interviews

  • Teachers Night Out Survey

    • Went through the questions and created a new version of the survey

 

6 Month Planning Meeting

  • Topics

    • July – Surveys

    • August – Richard Rabinowitz, Using objects to connect youth with social/emotional, O’Keeffe, Best Practice readings

    • September – Alishiya, Afterschool snapshot, Office of Archaeology

    • October – Volunteers and Docents, SITE, Best practice readings

    • November/December – Outside of the Box Outreach, Udall

    • January –  Training for Youth, SFCF, Best practice readings

  • Additional Topics

    • Docents

    • Needs in after school programming

    • Training of youth in jobs (for summer camp)

    • Disconnected youth

    • A place where groups can come together and be in a center together, Learning from the For-profit world and social entrepreneurship, Pop-up education

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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