Part 3: Collaboration to Create an Action Plan Meet with your identified team and conduct a program evaluation using the ideas from the evaluation models you identified in Module 1. Create an Action Plan using at least two program needs you identified in your meeting. Please note that you will not create the full Action Plan, as this will take time and ongoing work with your team. Note: There are two sections for Part 3: writing a 2- to 3-page summary and creating an action plan. Write 2- to 3-page summary of the meeting including the following: Part III: Collaboration to Create an Action Plan


Part 3: Collaboration to Create an Action Plan
Meet with your identified team and conduct a program evaluation using the ideas from the evaluation models you identified in Module 1. Create an Action Plan using at least two program needs you identified in your meeting. Please note that you will not create the full Action Plan, as this will take time and ongoing work with your team. Note: There are two sections for Part 3: writing a 2- to 3-page summary and creating an action plan.
Write 2- to 3-page summary of the meeting including the following:
Summarize the information discussed at the meeting and reference at least one idea from Fullan’s “Cultivating Collaborative Cultures” that you implemented during your collaboration with your team.
Explain at least two strengths and two areas of need for the program you discussed in your meeting.
Explain and outline how you will continue ongoing program evaluation
Provide an analysis of how environmental and program data will be shared with pertinent stakeholders. Describe how you will establish buy in across all levels? Reference at least one idea from Fullan’s “Cultivating Collaborative Cultures” that you will implement with the program staff members.
Create an action plan in a table format (Note: You can use the template provided in the Resources or create your own) that will address the following:
At least two program goals to address the two areas of need that were identified by the team during the team meeting.

Part 3: Collaboration to Create an Action Plan Meet with your identified team and conduct a program evaluation using the ideas from the evaluation models you identified in Module 1. Create an Action Plan using at least two program needs you identified in your meeting. Please note that you will not create the full Action Plan, as this will take time and ongoing work with your team. Note: There are two sections for Part 3: writing a 2- to 3-page summary and creating an action plan. Write 2- to 3-page summary of the meeting including the following: Part III: Collaboration to Create an Action Plan


Part 3: Collaboration to Create an Action Plan
Meet with your identified team and conduct a program evaluation using the ideas from the evaluation models you identified in Module 1. Create an Action Plan using at least two program needs you identified in your meeting. Please note that you will not create the full Action Plan, as this will take time and ongoing work with your team. Note: There are two sections for Part 3: writing a 2- to 3-page summary and creating an action plan.
Write 2- to 3-page summary of the meeting including the following:
Summarize the information discussed at the meeting and reference at least one idea from Fullan’s “Cultivating Collaborative Cultures” that you implemented during your collaboration with your team.
Explain at least two strengths and two areas of need for the program you discussed in your meeting.
Explain and outline how you will continue ongoing program evaluation
Provide an analysis of how environmental and program data will be shared with pertinent stakeholders. Describe how you will establish buy in across all levels? Reference at least one idea from Fullan’s “Cultivating Collaborative Cultures” that you will implement with the program staff members.
Create an action plan in a table format (Note: You can use the template provided in the Resources or create your own) that will address the following:
At least two program goals to address the two areas of need that were identified by the team during the team meeting.

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