STRUCTURED FLEXIBILITY TRAINING TOOLS
EVALUATING STRUCTURED FLEXIBILITY – 5 QUICK TIPS
Evaluating the use of Structured Flexibility – with participants, staff, and for the program itself – will help everyone think through the process, from planning and setting goals to finding one’s creative flexibility and their inclusive mindset when unexpected changes happen.
- When evaluating the success of Structured Flexibility, revisit all goals set – individual, group and program – before the program began.
- Acknowledge and assess changes made in the moment as well as long term modifications.
- Engage thoughtfully with parents and other members of your participant’s support team (coach, therapist, etc), when collecting evaluation data, and assessing challenges and successes.
- Whether a program experienced major or minor changes, it’s key to assess how Structured Flexibility influenced goal setting and adaptation to changes.
- Enhance your evaluation and data collection through personal observations, insight from other staff members and interviews with participants and their families.
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