A Matter of
Balance class evaluation forms Q & A
| Megan Thompson,
Terrell Poeton, and Veronica Lewandowski, MOB Data Entry
and Evaluation Team, Senior Services of
Our partners from Senior
Services of Seattle send a huge thanks to all of
you who help us put the evidence in
“evidence-based program” by sending in the MOB class evaluation
team has received some commonly-asked
questions from Master Trainers regarding the process. They
hope the following answers will help to clarify any
Q. A few of the class participants did not sign
the Consent Form, but they did complete the First Session
Survey, Last Session Survey, and Class Evaluation.
Should I still send in the forms they completed even though
they didn't sign the Consent Form?
A. We can enter Attendance and
Class Evaluation data from all participants regardless of
whether they have granted consent or not.
We cannot enter data from the First
or Last Session Surveys of participants who have
declined or not indicated their consent.
Please do not submit the First
Session Survey or Last Session Survey of participants who have
not granted consent by signing the top signature line on the
Q. I have some extra First Session and Last
Session survey forms that were never used for previous
classes. Can I use them for future classes?
A. Yes - save a tree! Keep extra First or
Last Session Surveys and Class Evaluation forms for use in a
future class. You don’t need to worry about the form IDs
matching across the sets.
Q. Should I send the PAR-Q and Participant
Agreements to Seattle too?
Please send only
the following forms for each class:
Class Information Cover Sheet,
Attendance Form and Class Evaluation forms from all
The Consent Form, First Session Survey and Last Session
Survey for each participant who has granted consent.
not need such things as PAR-Q forms,
coaching skills evaluations, participant agreements,
Again, many thanks to all of you. Your efforts
make this program successful!
Please contact us or call 207-775-1095
if you have questions or need more
A Matter of Balance