WSU Cooperative Extension
 Life Skills Evaluation System - Measuring growth in life skills for youth and family programs


Why Evaluate? Importance and basics of evaluation.
History of System Development of system and description of TLS model.
Learning To Use The System Step-by-step instructions for evaluation system.

Getting Started
View Life Skills & Indicators
View Participant Consent
Create Evaluation Form
Enter Evaluation Data
Generate Reports
Writing Up Results
Plan For Future Programs

View Life Skills Selected eight life skills and indicators.
Participant Consent Legalities of conducting evaluations, for adults and youths.
Sample Evaluation Form Example of form that can be created using the system.
Enter Evaluation System Creating your own evaluation forms and entering data.
Other Sites Related sites for background reference.

TLS - Targeting Life Skills, Iowa State University
TLS - Preview Wheel
CYFERNet - Children, Youth and Families Education and Research Network

Return Life Skills Home Page Return to the Life Skills Home Page

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Phone: 509.662.4730
Fax: 509.662.3368
Email: Life Skills Coordinator

Program Content Created By:
Mary Katherine Deen, Ext. Specialist
Sandra J. Bailey, Asst. Professor Louise Parker, Ext. Specialist

Computer Programing & Design:
Kathleen Duncan, Info. System Coord

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