Worksheet 1 on goals and objectives
Even the most competent program manager can become confused about goals and objectives. Furthermore, there are at least three types of objectives: process objectives, impact objectives and outcome objectives. These terms are used so frequently in everyday language and are often used interchangeably. It is important in program development and evaluation that we establish what is meant by these terms to reduce confusion. The worksheet below help you practice differentiating between goals and objectives. Also available are several questions to considering when identifying goals and objectives
Goals & Objectives Worksheet (A)
On this worksheet, developed by Charles Izzo, Ph.D., Cornell University for the "Building on Community Health Assessment Workshop", you are presented with a series of statements. For each statement, please indicate whether it is a Goal, an Outcome Objective, an Impact Objective, or a Process Objective. Please note: some statements are hypothetical examples created for this exercise, while others are derived from Healthy People 2010 objectives.
The following statements pertain to Sedentary Lifestyle.