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Co-design of an Evaluation Framework for the Families as First Teachers Program
This project will develop a co-designed evaluation framework for the Families as First Teachers Program (FAFT) and the Stay and Play Learning Centres.
This project, commissioned by the NT Department of Education will develop a co-designed evaluation framework for the Families as First Teachers Program (FAFT) and the Stay and Play Learning Centres. AIFS is leading the evaluation and working collaboratively with the NT Department of Education, FAFT and Stay and Play providers and community members to develop and document an evaluation framework that will include:
a shared understanding of measurable outcomes for the FAFT program
theory of change and program logic
key evaluation questions include
identified measures to understand the impacts of the program
proposed methodology for the evaluation
The co-design approach takes into account the diversity of contexts of the delivery of the programs and the need to understand the challenges of delivering and evaluating programs in the context of remote service delivery. It is important to understand how the programs are delivered, the environments the are delivered within and the capacity of program staff to contribute to the conduct of an evaluation in designing an approach.
About the Families as First Teachers (FAFT) program
The Families as First Teachers (FaFT) program is an early learning and family support program for remote Indigenous families. The aim of FaFT is to improve developmental outcomes for remote Indigenous children by working with families and children prior to school entry.