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FAMR 352
MIDTERM EXAM
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Famr 352
1/11/17
Week 1
Lecture 1
Family Resources 352: Community Needs and Resources
Laulima will be crucial to your success in the course check it weekly
Nancy does not have an office on campus, but she canmeet with us, if needed,
in her virtual office, located at http://bit.ly/partikavoffice
Team/group (2-3) work will be required in this class to complete your
program plan-mix of strengths in your group will help you to succeed
Instructor Information:
Nancy S Partika
nantika@hawaii.edu
office hours: please email her to schedule e-meeting time on Blackboard (see link
above)
**there are no tests/quizzes in this class.
Course Overview: This skill-building course will cover a wide range of fundamental
community planning and development concepts. FAMR 352 (Community Needs and
Resources) is an elective course for FAMR majors and students in other related
disciplines to learn and gain basic practical skills in community planning and
development.
Course content will include: What and who is community; Community
stakeholders, engagement, collaboration and empowerment; Disparities and equity
of resources; Determining community needs via needs assessment, Identifying
community resources; Developing community-based program plans; Planning
process steps; Evaluation of community plans; Implementing programs in a
community.
*no required textbook. However, there are required readings posted online via
Laulima (posted under the weekly Modules section).
**required readings are to be read before the weekly class module is held. Other
readings are recommended.
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Class Schedule:
1. (1/11) introduction/famr 352 orientation
2. (1/13) what is community? Who is community? Levels of community
3. (1/18) participatory planning engaging the community and other
stakeholders/advocacy
4. (1/20) community (health and human services) disparities equality, equity
or parity?
5. (1/25) intro to program planning and planning cycle
6. (1/27) planning for specific populations, determining community needs via
needs assessment
7. (2/1) determining community needs via needs assessment and resources
(geo-mapping)
8. (2/3) developing community based program plans mission and scope
statement
9. (2/8) developing program scope and goals
10. (2/10) evidence-based programming: planning models and frameworks (k.
cassel)
11. (2/15) developing program objectives for your target population (SMART)
12. (2/17) SMART objectives and program timeline & implementation plan
13. (2/22) developing program activities for target population; special
populations
2/24: NO CLASS
14. (3/1): program resources issues budget/fiscal justification
15. (3/3): building sustainable programs (j. clark)
16. (3/8) public versus private program planning issues (s. morishige)
17. (3/10) policy implications of health and human services needs
18. (3/15) program evaluation planning
19. (3/17) intro to the logic model
20. (3/22) developing the 1-page program summary/overview
21. (3/24) strategic planning (SWOT analysis)
3/27-3/21 SPRING BREAK
22. (4/5) special populations and program planning challenges
23. (4/7) strategies in program planning for the unexpected
24. (4/12) fine-tuning and refining your program plan
25. 4/19-4/28) Teams present 20 min. ppt overview of program plans
26. (5/3) final points on community planning and resources (LAST CLASS)
Course Expectations:
attendance is expected.
Class participation / team discussions (all students are expected to
make meaningful contributions via weekly group discussions and
program development activities): 25 pts
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