Facilitator's Guide

Analyze

Tabulating and Displaying the Results

This activity provides different strategies for summarizing, interpreting and displaying the results from all of the groups that participated in the assessments using simple statistics and child friendly graphics. The results can be shared with the community and decision makers, and included in an improvement plan for the school, community, organization, sector, or city.

Key Questions

  1. In what ways can the results from the assessments be summarized and displayed?
  2. What are the main strengths and weaknesses of our school and community for children, youth and their families?
  3. What are the top priorities for improvement for children, youth and families in our school and community?
  • Completed results chart from a community in India
  • Completed results chart from a school in Haiti
  • Child friendly graphics used in New York City, United States
  • Child friendly graphics used in France
  • Child friendly graphics used in Amman, Jordan
  • Showing results over time with child friendly graphics in Brazil

Supporting Tools

  • 4.1 Child Friendly Data Visualizations
    Examples of the different ways to graphically display the assessment results for children and all age groups.
  • 4.2 Community Data Entry Template
    Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that can be used to compile and analyze all of the assessment results for communities, by age group, gender, and topic area (e.g., health and social services, participation).
  • 4.3 School Data Entry Template
    Microsoft Excel spreadsheet that can be used to compile and analyze all of the assessment results for schools, by age group, gender, and topic area (e.g., health and social services, participation).
  • 4.4 Activity 4 Reflection
    Facilitators and participants can use these questions as a guide to reflect upon the strengths and weaknesses of the activity, what was accomplished, and what was learned.