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Using SOMs to Target Outcomes for Internationalization Projects S. K. Rockwell, Ph. D. University of Nebraska Global Perspectives II: Internalizing Extension Orlando, Florida, January 20, 2005
Vision (Extension Services) State Extension Services who participate in NIIE, a national initiative to internationalize Extension, are successful in developing administrative and operational strategies that will enhance and sustain capacity to provide educational services on international issues and challenges.
Vision (Extension Staff) NIIE participants are capable, and at ease working with different cultures and integrating international issues and challenges into their Extension programming.
Mission NIIE connects culturally insightful Extension Services and their staff with culturally perceptive colleagues to (a) expand systems and approaches in building a sustained international dimension in Extension programming, and (b) enhance staff capacity to prepare US citizens to succeed and live responsibly in the global society of the 21 st century.
Example 2 Project: International Exchange to Singapore and Thailand for Young Adults (Graduate Students and Professionals Launching Their Careers) WHOs: Primary beneficiaries • • Graduate students in Ag. LEC Professionals in the Leadership Lincoln program
OUTCOME CHALLENGE I intend to see young adults who participate in the Singapore/Thailand exchange establish one close international relationship and become involved with an internationally focused local organization.
SUCCESS OUTCOME MARKERS (SOMs) • • • What we EXPECT to see What we would LIKE to see What we would LOVE to see
I EXPECT participants in the Singapore/Thailand exchange to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Live with a Singapore resident for one week Participate in all activities the Singapore club plans Represent the United States honorably Learn about culture, customs, and needs Increase appreciation for international interaction Develop additional skill in interacting with people of another language Include international experiences in their life
I would LIKE to see participants: 1. 2. 3. 4. Maintain communication with their home host in Singapore Share feelings about the international experience with US colleagues Integrate an international activity into their professional responsibility Join an internationally focused local organization
I would LOVE to see participants: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Initiate programs to help other US citizens understand value cultural differences Become actively involved in an internationally focused local organization Home host international visitors Plan experiences for international visitors to learn about the US and its culture Organize and plan international exchanges for US citizens Develop international business connections
What Logic Model is this? ? ? • TOP – Targeting Outcomes of Programs Rockwell & Bennett, http: //citnews. unl. edu/TOP • WI Logic Model Taylor-Powell, http: //www. uwex. edu/ces/lmcourse/
Seven Levels of TOP 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. SEE: Social, Economic and Environmental situations Practices: patterns of behavior KASA: Knowledge, Attitude, Skills and Aspirations Reactions: reflect participants’ degree of positive or negative interest Participants: individuals, families, groups Activities: various educational strategies used to inform Resources: time, money and staff
Targeting Outcomes of Programs (TOP) http: //citnews. unl. edu/TOP Program Development *SEE Conditions Program Performance Feedback *SEE Outcomes Long-term Intermediate Immediate Participation Activities *S = Social *E = Economic *E = Environmental Resources Reactions TC O Reactions **KASA OU **KASA ME S Practices Participation Activities Resources **K = Knowledge A = Attitude S = Skills A = Aspirations
Targeting Outcomes of Programs (TOP) http: //citnews. unl. edu/TOP Program Development *SEE Conditions Feedback Program Performance *SEE Outcomes Practices **KASA Reactions Participation Activities *S = Social *E = Economic E *E = Environment E Environmental Resources Participation Activities Resources **K = Knowledge A = Attitude S = Skills A = Aspirations
Targeting Outcomes of Programs (TOP) http: //citnews. unl. edu/TOP Program Development *SEE Conditions Feedback Program Performance *SEE Outcomes Practices **KASA Reactions Participation Activities *S = Social *E = Economic *E = Environmental Resources Participation Activities Resources **K = Knowledge A = Attitude S = Skills A = Aspirations
LOGIC MODEL: Program Performance Framework S I T U A T I O N OUTPUTS OUTCOMES-IMPACT Activities Participation Short What we invest What we do Who we reach What the short term medium term ultimate results are impact(s) is Staff Volunteers Time Money Materials Equipment Technology Partners Workshops Meetings Counseling Facilitation Assessments Product dev. Media work Recruitment Training Learning Action Conditions Awareness Knowledge Attitudes Skills Opinions Aspirations Motivations Behavior Practice Decisions Policies Social action Social Economic Civic Environmental INPUTS ASSUMPTIONS 1) 2) 3) 4) Participants Customers Citizens Reactions Medium ENVIRONMENT Influential factors Long-term
Using SOMs to Target Outcomes for Internationalization Projects S. K. Rockwell, Professor Power Point: Nathan Haman, Graduate Assistant Leadership, Education & Communication Department University of Nebraska-Lincoln