Walking the Talk: A Guide to Assessment Using the CAPRA Community Problem Solving Model
|Wood, Darryl S.
|CAPRA is a community problem-solving model with five stages: C = Clients, A = Analysis, P = Partnership, R = Response, and A = Assessment. CAPRA was the problem-solving method used by the Alaska Native and Technical Resource Center (ANTARC). This guide describes the final stage of the CAPRA model—assessment—including the reasons for conducing an assessment, the documentation needed and why it is needed, and methods for evaluation. Discussion is with a particular focus on assessment methods for community problem-solvers in rural Alaska Native villages. Some background about CAPRA is assumed.
|What is Assessment? / Why do we do Assessment? / Assessment = Documentation + Evaluation / Documentation / Evaluation / How Do We Deal With those Who Object to Assessment? / What DO We Do With Our Assessment? / Conclusion
|Alaska Native Technical Assistance and Resource Center, University of Alaska Anchorage
|Walking the Talk: A Guide to Assessment Using the CAPRA Community Problem Solving Model