Check your understanding
The following examples give you a chance to work on stating measurable outcomes. You’ll be asked to choose the better statement of either outcomes or indicators.
Outcomes should be stated as changes -- in the people participating -- of their behavior, attitudes, skills, and knowledge (BASK) as well as status and conditions.
Indicators are measures that indicate whether the change has taken place.
First, review case study materials for the Children’s Museum or the Whitney Library available by clicking the museum or library case study icon. These materials are in the PDF file format. (Try leaving the screen up for reference throughout the section.)
Click on the Museum or Library icon below to Check Your Understanding.