REEport Project Initiation Methods
- Describe the ways in which the project will be conducted, with emphasis on the general scientific methods and any unique aspects or significant departures from usual methods.
- Include a description of how the results will be analyzed, evaluated, or interpreted.
- Describe the Efforts that will be used to cause a change in knowledge, actions, or conditions of a target audience.
- Include a description of how the output(s) will be Evaluated and/or quantified for its impact on the intended audience(s).
Efforts include acts or processes that deliver science-based knowledge to people through formal or informal educational programs. Examples include: formal classroom instruction, laboratory instruction, or practicum experiences; development of curriculum or innovative teaching methodologies; workshops; experiential learning opportunities; extension and outreach.
Demonstrating that evaluation will be part of your project means that you describe the plan/steps to be used to evaluate or "measure" the success of the project. Provide a listing of the types of evaluation studies planned and types of data that will be collected, emphasizing key milestones and measurable or quantitative indicators of success. The project evaluation plan should relate milestones and indicators of success to expected project outcomes/accomplishments and impacts.