In the spring and summer of 2022, Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center’s (HIPRC’s) Outreach Core partnered with ACE Academy to support an engaged learning opportunity in injury and violence prevention for its early high school summer program (students transitioning from 8th to 9th grade). The program included four 60-90 minute presentations engaging the students in thinking and learning about four topics chosen by ACE Academy leadership:
The program also included a helmet and life jacket giveaway program for youth and their families at the program’s end of summer celebration.
The purpose of the program was to:
HIPRC resources used to conduct the Injury and Violence Prevention Educational Program
There were two program leads – a faculty member and a staff coordinator.
HIPRC faculty, fellows, and staff provided support to the speakers throughout planning and on the day of the presentations.
Preparing for the interactive presentations:
HIPRC’s role in evaluation is to:
Students evaluate each presentation:
Presenters and HIPRC content experts provide feedback on the presentations as well as on the program and its process:
The community partner is asked for feedback on the program:
HIPRC distributes the evaluation and takes the next steps:
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Building a Program
Building Engaging Presentations