During events families are often short of time and attention. Asking them to take part in an evaluation when there is so much else going on can be tricky. These three quick, fun and simple evaluation methods will help make sure you get the feedback you need to celebrate the success and improve for next time.
In this 3 ways to evaluate family events pack you will receive:
- Detailed instructions on three evaluation methods ideal for family events
- Top tips on planning your evaluation
- Suggestions of insightful questions you may want to be asking
- Ready to go templates which you can print off and use straight away
- Plus an editable version which you can change to suit your individual activity
Our three top choices for evaluating family events are:
- Vox pop interviews
- Fun shapes feedback sheet
- Adventure story feedback sheet
If you have purchased more of our 3 ways to evaluate packs and find yourself with duplicates, then just get in touch and we will gladly swap for another awesome evaluation method.
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‘Thank you so much for the webinar, it was incredibly useful for myself and the team. For our event on Saturday we’ll be using comments cards as well as the luggage tags and vox pops. We hope to try out some of the other methods on our upcoming events and community workshops.’
Jewellery Quarter Townscape Heritage project (Sept 18)
‘I had been looking for innovative evaluation resources to use in botanic gardens and I came across the Greedy Squirrel materials. I used the evaluation trump team activity to work with educators and volunteers and co-decide which evaluation methods to use for their learning programme.
The ‘family events’ and ‘guided walks and talks’ evaluation tools also gave me inspiration to develop evaluation methods for the learning programme of a botanic garden.
The resources are easy to use, have excellent design, include very clear guidelines and offer good ideas of tools to help you measure the impact of your activities. Very rarely have I seen in the sector similar resources that can be easily used by practitioners, plus they are definitely good value for money.’
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