Assessment & Evaluation

About Evidence-Based Approaches
Adolescent and Young Adult Men Focus Group Facilitator Guide
Another Chance: Preventing Additional Births to Teen Mothers
Are you SMART?
BDI Logic Model for Working with Young Families Resource Kit
Doing It Is Essential & Here’s Why…
Engaging Community
Evaluation on the Cheap
Evaluation Readiness Assessment Guide
Evidence-Based Resource Center
Frequently Asked Questions about Science-Based Approaches
Getting Better All the Time: The Importance of Investing in Research to Support Evidence, Innovation, and Young People
GTO Toolbox
GTO Toolbox Webinar #1: GTO Step 1 and Step 2
GTO Toolbox: Webinar #2: GTO Step 3 and Step 4
GTO Toolbox: Webinar #3: GTO Step 5 and Step 6
GTO Toolbox: Webinar #4: GTO Step 7 and Step 8
GTO Toolbox: Webinar #5: GTO Step 9
Guide for Technical Assistance Providers Working with Promoting Science-Based Approaches in Teen Pregnancy Prevention Using Getting to Outcomes
HECAT Module 1: What Is the HECAT, and How Can It Help Me?
HECAT Module 2: Building Blocks of the HECAT: The Characteristics of Effective Curricula
HECAT Module 3: Building Blocks of the HECAT: The National Health Education Standards
HECAT Module 4: A Walk through the HECAT
HECAT Module 5: Using Topic-Based Modules to Review Curricula
HECAT Module 6: What Now? The HECAT Review Process and Use of Results
How Would You Score? Assessing for Characteristics of Effective Curricula
Improving Outcomes for Pregnant and Parenting Teens
In Case You Missed It: A Look Back at Healthy Teen Network’s Publications in 2015
Likes, Tweets, and Hashtags: Harnessing the Power of Social Media for Study Recruitment
Making Your Logic Model Work for You
Pre-Conference Institutes
Readiness for Sustaining Getting to Outcomes among Local Providers
Replicating Success One Program at a Time
Resources: Assessment & Evaluation
Spoiled, Lazy, Entitled, and Self-Involved? No.
Staying On Tracking Using Getting to Outcomes® (Elearning Module)
Step-By-Step Guide to Using Evidence-Based Approaches
Strategic Plan to Reduce Births in Baltimore City, Executive Summary
Strategic Plan to Reduce Teen Births in Baltimore City
Supporting Evaluation
Tip Sheet: Best Practices for Conducting a Needs and Resource Assessment
Tip Sheet: Built to Last: Planning Programmatic Sustainability
Tip Sheet: Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI)
Tip Sheet: What’s going on in the classroom? Assessing the Implementation of Sexuality Education
Tool to Assess the Characteristics of Effective Sex and STD/HIV Education Programs (TAC)
Tool: Instructor Competency Assessment
Tool: Program Fit
Top Tips for Using Social Media to Recruit Study Participants
What Are Our Areas of Expertise?
What Are the Health Concerns of Young Men?
What Is Next for Teen Pregnancy Prevention in the US?
YRBS: Big Decreases over Last 12 Years