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“AISLADOS” . Intervention Programs for the development of skills for life.

Quality level: 2

Process evaluation

Operational objectives

Process indicators

As far as the material in each session is concerned, we will assess simultaneously the theoretical content, whether it belongs to the field of social, emotional or cognitive competence. The methodology used in this evaluation is based on the aforementioned questionnaires.

Likewise, we will assess the teaching material in each session by means of a questionnaire where both the educators and students will state the changes which will be necessary in future applications.

In order to assess the process carried out in each session, the educator will have to fill a session assessment sheet, where the characteristics of participants, who has carried out the session, attendance, whether it was necessary to make any changes in the schedule, the players’ involvement in each part (formal or playable) are included.

Instruments used

Type of instrument Name of instrument
Qualitative instrument Questionnaires specifically created for the material.

Outcome evaluation

Evaluation design

pre-post design, no comparison group - naturalistic

Specific objectives and outcome indicators

Specific objective 1

Acquisition of concepts on Social Skills, training and improvement of such skills and generalization of daily routines, on the basis of the following axes: Peer groups Communication skills Education for peace- -Conflict Resolution. Values Clarification Assertiveness- Skills on the response to criticism

Outcome indicator 1

In the outcome evaluation we analyze the changes produced with regard to the implementation of the programme in the formal contents (the cognitive skills, social skills and control of the emotions aforementioned), which are the objectives of our intervention. In order to study if there have been any changes with regard to the attitudes, procedures and concepts of the skills we work on, we will use a comparison experimental design with Pretest-Postest measures. The technique used in the questionnaire that the players fill before and after the application of the programme is with incomplete phrases. This way we will be able to assess if after applying the programme the players have understood the contents we have worked on from the conceptual and practical point of view.

Specific objective 2

Acquisition of concepts on emotional competences, training and improvement of such skills and generalization of daily routines, on the basis of the following axes: Auto-concept-Self-esteem Emotional control and expression of feelings (anxiety, anger, relaxation techniques…)

Outcome indicator 2

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Specific objective 3

Acquisition of concepts on complex cognitive skills, training and improvement of such skills and generalization of daily routines, on the basis of the following axes: Decision- making process

Outcome indicator 3

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Instruments used

Type of instrument Name of instrument

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