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Planning, Organizing, Implementing Paper

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Planning, Organizing, Implementing Paper.This will be one of the longer papers you write in this class, but it requires less critical thinking than some of the other papers that have more points

- I will upload the Whole instructions for the P.O. I. paper. with the Scoring Tool.

- I will upload the Needs Assessment that we did for the last assignment

-I will upload the health Models for doing the models in the instruction.

*This is actual (real) experience, so please if there is any question about how or what we do, Please ask me and I will reply as soon as I get it. Please, Don't make some stuff up ...

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P.O.I -Directions Planning, Organizing, Implementing Paper. This will be one of the longer papers you write in this class, but it requires less critical thinking than some of the other papers that have more points. Page guidelines are in parentheses and are based on 12 point double spacing. If you change that, you need to adjust pages accordingly. For example 11 point or single spacing decreases the allowed pages. This assignment will include three documents. The first is your paper with a title page. This paper should have references and in-text citations. Without that, you are only writing your opinion and this paper needs to have support from health education literature. As you write this paper, discuss middle school event first and TU event second. The second is appendices or important documents. The third is a reference list. Required Sections for this paper-Make sure introduce and summarize your paper (paragraph for each) Planning in Health Education In this section you should explain the correct way to plan a health education event. You need to cite one or two models that support what you are saying and show application and deep understanding of what you are describing (1/2 to 1 ½ pages) (Just like in the Needs Assessment) Our PlanningYou need to BRIEFLY describe how we planned. It might be helpful to make a chart that summarizes your models/constructs from above with a column that includes what we did/didn’t do. You will have two charts-one for each event. OR you will describe each in a separate narrative (no more than two pages). Critique of PlanningDid we plan correctly? Did your group plan correctly? What happened? (1.5 to two pages). Planning Strategies You will identify four to six strategies we used that were designed to make the planning process better and make the team work more effectively and efficiently. You will need to identify a strategy, explain why we did it, and then tell whether or not it worked. IF it worked, you need to explain WHY it worked. IF it didn’t work, you need to explain WHY it didn’t work. If it did work—how could this be used in internship/work. If it didn’t work—how could you fix it so it would work at internship/work (two to four pages). (Identify strategy you might use) An example of a strategy (THAT YOU MAY NOT USE in your paper)— One strategy that was used to help us with planning was the posting of team meeting notes within two days of a meeting. The purpose of doing this was to help us stay organized, assign people responsibilities and make sure everyone was reading the same meeting notes. This didn’t work for our group because three of the five people never read the minutes and kept calling Sasha and me for information that was posted. Maybe if Sasha and I referred them back to the minutes they would have started to use them. Another way we could have addressed it is through a team meeting. This is important for internship because…. The above is a narrative example. The example below uses a chart. Either way is fine as long as it is TAS. Strategy and purpose The posting of team notes within two days of a meeting. The purpose of doing this was to help us stay organized, assign people responsibilities and make sure everyone was reading the name meeting notes Did it work? No Why/Why not? This didn’t work for our group because three of the five people never read the minutes and kept calling Sasha and me for information that was posted. Application Sasha and I could have referred them back to the minutes rather than answer everything. We could have addressed this at a meeting. Both of these strategies could make me more efficient at an internship. Implementation Brief description of the implementation (set up, sessions, clean up) on the day of the event. You will describe each event separately. Describe how you addressed diverse learners (One to two pages). How do we implement Middle School and how would … Problems and Analysis. You will either address problems related to planning, organizing and implementing--OR you will indicate everything was perfect. The latter is highly unlikely. If there were problems—you need to identify three to five problems that occurred, why they occurred, and how you could fix them in the future. If you say everything was perfect—you need to identify four to six areas where there could have been problems, but there were none. You need to explain why there were no problems. You may not merely repeat items already identified in previous sections. If you use something more than once, you need to show a clear difference in how you are using it. You may have a combination of problems and no problems—but you need to address four to six items. This can be addressed in a chart or in narrative. You will have a total of three to five issues combining both events. (two to four pages). The page numbers above are guidelines. While you will not be held to the exact pages for each section you will be held to the total pages of nine to 16 pages (not counting the title page). If you have eight pages of strong information, you will not be penalized. If you fall under nine pages--please make sure your work is TA. I will stop reading at 16 pages. This means if you have 20 pages, I will not read the last four pages and your grade will be calculated without that part of your paper. The second document you submit should have the following items (although not an all-inclusive list)— planning sheet (timeline-completed, sample letters sent out/received, photos of booths/giveaways, etc). Do NOT include team minutes because I can read them on our shared drive. Third document-Reference List Follow directions Yes-1 No-0 IBS yes, WD 1 No-0 /1 Answers above questions TAS Yes-3 No-1 /3 Our Planning- Answers above questions TAS Yes-2 No-1 /2 Critique Of Planning- Demonstrates the ability to apply HED planning strategies to real life. Can critically think about what went well/not well and offer reasons/solutions.-3 Does the above partially, but not T.-2.5 Has minor error, but T-2 Basically repeats facts about what we did, rather than critiquing our processes-0 to 1 /3 Planning Strategies Has correct # of strats and they are actual strategies used and can explain the purpose of each 3 /7 Has an introduction, body, summary with well-developed paragraphs and syntax. Planning in Health Education /1 TAS discussion of whether or not each one worked and why/why not-2 Ways to repeat success or correct issues is TAS and shows a deep understanding of the purpose of the strategies we used-2 Implementation TAS describes set up, event, cleanup 1 /3 Clearly explains how diverse learning needs were met with deep understanding of how to do this-2 Problems and Analysis Has correct # New ones/if re-used it is clear that they are somehow different- 1 /5 The explanation of why something occurred is clear with a deep understanding of possible causeeffect-2 Document 2References appropriate with correct APA Spelling/Grammar Clearly can replicate the success or prevent issues in future-2 All/almost all items present 1 Yes-all and one error-2 Yes with two errors-1 Not enough, or fewer than 75% approrpriate/more than 2 errors-0 Up to five errors-2 6-8 errors-1 >8 errors-0 /1 /2 /2 Running head: NEEDS ASSESSMENT 1 Needs Assessment Abdullah Alyami Professor Michele Jancewski HLTH 430 Oct 15, 2018 NEEDS ASSESSMENT 2 Introduction to paper The different health needs and concerns of students are gradually changing in different schools and institutions across the world. The paper is based on a needs assessment aimed at identifying and addressing different opinions of students in the middle school and Towson University concerning different health fair topics. This report identifies and explains the different needs based on health fair topics as identified by Towson university and middle school students which will greatly help them in dealing with different health problems and consequently help different stakeholders of these institutions in identifying that can be improved to ensure students meet their health needs. Students are normally few but quite significant number of people in every society are associated with various health aspects, and specific concerns that are both local and international around different health disorders. During the past decade, there has been a significant increase in the number of young people especially students in colleges and this has also increased their health concerns cutting across engaging in drug abuse which affects mental health and dealing with depression or stress. The target population considered in this assessment was the middle school students and college students while subjected to different surveys in a bid to collect their perceptions concerning different health issues affecting them. The goals of this needs assessment include; learning what the students know and think about specific health issues which will help in identifying the most effective educational services or programs needed to address the issues of students. Another goal is to investigate how the different appropriate educational programs or services in relation to the students' issues can be availed for use by the different students. NEEDS ASSESSMENT 3 Conducting an NA Needs assessment can be defined as a process used in the identification and investigation of different needs or gaps that exist between prevailing conditions and the anticipated or desired needs. Some scholars also define Needs Assessment as a systematic process of understanding different opinions, needs, perceptions and capabilities of a specific group. Most educational institutions normally use Needs Assessment to learn about the behavior of their students and their different needs hence paving a way on how to improve the institution in line with the needs and opinions of students. In this case, the Needs Assessment was being carried out to understand different health issues associated with students and find means on how such issues can be tackled. Furthermore, a needs assessment helps in identifying gaps in different completed programs which consequently gives an educational instructor to undertake proper decisions concerning the different needed additional investments programmed hence leading to more effective outcomes. A well-completed needs assessment is associated with different positive factors which include (Grant, 2002); Impact: This helps to provide an overview of how different educational programs may be of great importance to students or any group. Approaches; These are associated with understanding the different educational strategies that may be more effective in addressing the issues and needs of the target audience Awareness; Knowledge on the existing programs and identification of gaps that need to be addressed. NEEDS ASSESSMENT 4 Outcomes; Credible information relating to the prevailing situation that can be of great help in documenting different outcomes Demand; Information on the possible need for future educational programs and services by students. Credibility; that the educational program is effectively meeting the demands of students which is a very great indicator to different funders of the program that it is effectively solving the health issues affecting students. Description of our Needs Assessment We carried out a direct needs assessment whereby a survey was used to collect data from the target audience. Research indicates that direct needs assessment is normally accomplished by conducting form research which involves the collection of data from different clientele. The Needs Assessment about the opinions of students concerning different health fair topics was carried out on two groups, one for the middle school students and the other for Towson university students. Different phases were followed in a bid to have a successful needs assessment report free from errors or bias. These phases included pre-consultation, consultation of the different groups and finally post-consultation. Pre-consultation involved identifying the different areas that could be focused on in the survey. Different health topics were selected and deemed fit for the survey since our aim was at assessing the opinions of students towards different health fair topics. This could, in the long run, give us a picture on which health issues could be affecting these students. NEEDS ASSESSMENT 5 The other phase was post-consultation which involved assessing and analyzing the different data collected from the survey responses. This analysis was done carefully to ascertain whether our needs assessment had met the most anticipated objectives which included identifying health issues that could be affecting students based on their responses and finding out the best programs that could be used to address such needs. Primary data was collected from the different students of the middle school and Towson University. The primary data is the surveys and money surveys offered to both middle school and college students. However, only responses from middle school students were considered for the needs assessment. Survey method of primary data collection was used because it helps in collecting the opinions of respondents about different issues, unlike secondary data which does not capture human perceptions about different aspects. (Nardi, 2018). Analysis of our NA We managed to collect very adequate data that was enough to successfully conduct our direct needs assessment. One of the factors that contributed to the success of the needs assessment was since it was direct in nature. Research indicates that direct needs assessments help researchers to collect data that is more specific to the different demands or needs of the target audience (Grant, 2002). Regarding to our group’s scope, majority of the middle school students indicated that they were interested in health fair topics associated with eating disorders, health fitness, energy drinks, self-esteem and finally healthy sleeping habits. These responses were in line with the core objectives since they were associated with the health of students. NEEDS ASSESSMENT 6 Summary of paper The paper has clearly identified the needs of students in relation to their responses on what they would choose as the topics for the health fair. The students have majorly focused on health issues concerning eating disorders, energy drinking aspects, health fitness, and different health sleeping habits as well as self-esteem. All these topics are associated with mental health based on the effect that aspects like eating disorders and health fitness could affect the body if not given much attention. Any resulting program by different stakeholders in response to the assessment made on students should be based on addressing different health issues that could be affecting these students. This can be well addressed based on the topics raised for the health fair. Since they are a good representation of what students go through or are experiencing. There is also a need to broaden the survey in the future needs assessment of the students. More emphasis could be the causes of the different health issues affecting students in the different institutions of learning. Running head: NEEDS ASSESSMENT 1 Needs Assessment HLTH 430 Oct 15, 2018 NEEDS ASSESSMENT 2 Introduction to paper The different health needs and concerns of students are gradually changing in different schools and institutions across the world. The paper is based on a needs assessment aimed at identifying and addressing different opinions of students in the middle school and Towson University concerning different health fair topics. This report identifies and explains the different needs based on health fair topics as identified by Towson university and middle school students which will greatly help them in dealing with different health problems and consequently help different stakeholders of these institutions in identifying that can be improved to ensure students meet their health needs. Students are normally few but quite significant number of people in every society are associated with various health aspects, and specific concerns that are both local and international around different health disorders. During the past decade, there has been a significant increase in the number of young people especially students in colleges and this has also increased their health concerns cutting across engaging in drug abuse which affects mental health and dealing with depression or stress. The target population considered in this assessment was the middle school students and college students while subjected to different surveys in a bid to collect their perceptions concerning different health issues affecting them. The goals of this needs assessment include; learning what the students know and think about specific health issues which will help in identifying the most effective educational services or programs needed to address the issues of students. Another goal is to investigate how the different appropriate educational programs or services in relation to the students' issues can be availed for use by the different students. NEEDS ASSESSMENT 3 Conducting an NA Needs assessment can be defined as a process used in the identification and investigation of different needs or gaps that exist between prevailing conditions and the anticipated or desired needs. Some scholars also define Needs Assessment as a systematic process of understanding different opinions, needs, perceptions and capabilities of a specific group. Most educational institutions normally use Needs Assessment to learn about the behavior of their students and their different needs hence paving a way on how to improve the institution in line with the needs and opinions of students. In this case, the Needs Assessment was being carried out to understand different health issues associated with students and find means on how such issues can be tackled. Furthermore, a needs assessment helps in identifying gaps in different completed programs which consequently gives an educational instructor to undertake proper decisions concerning the different needed additional investments programmed hence leading to more effective outcomes. A well-completed needs assessment is associated with different positive factors which include (Grant, 2002); Impact: This helps to provide an overview of how different educational programs may be of great importance to students or any group. Approaches; These are associated with understanding the different educational strategies that may be more effective in addressing the issues and needs of the target audience Awareness; Knowledge on the existing programs and identification of gaps that need to be addressed. NEEDS ASSESSMENT 4 Outcomes; Credible information relating to the prevailing situation that can be of great help in documenting different outcomes Demand; Information on the possible need for future educational programs and services by students. Credibility; that the educational program is effectively meeting the demands of students which is a very great indicator to different funders of the program that it is effectively solving the health issues affecting students. Description of our Needs Assessment We carried out a direct needs assessment whereby a survey was used to collect data from the target audience. Research indicates that direct needs assessment is normally accomplished by conducting form research which involves the collection of data from different clientele. The Needs Assessment about the opinions of students concerning different health fair topics was carried out on two groups, one for the middle school students and the other for Towson university students. 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P.O.I -Directions
Planning, Organizing, Implementing Paper. This will be one of the longer papers you write in this class,
but it requires less critical thinking than some of the other papers that have more points. Page
guidelines are in parentheses and are based on 12 point double spacing. If you change that, you need to
adjust pages accordingly. For example 11 point or single spacing decreases the allowed pages.
This assignment will include three documents.
The first is your paper with a title page. This paper should have references and in-text citations. Without
that, you are only writing your opinion and this paper needs to have support from health education
literature. As you write this paper, discuss middle school event first and TU event second.
The second is appendices or important documents.
The third is a reference list.
Required Sections for this paper-Make sure introduce and summarize your paper (paragraph for each)
Planning in Health Education
In this section you should explain the correct way to plan a health education event. You need to
cite one or two models that support what you are saying and show application and deep
understanding of what you are describing (1/2 to 1 ½ pages)
(Just like in the Needs Assessment)
Our PlanningYou need to BRIEFLY describe how we planned. It might be helpful to make a chart that
summarizes your ...

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