Evaluation Tools

Evaluation Tools

 
All SNAP-Ed programs use the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework indicators to measure their program success. Here are links to indicator summaries and evaluation tools to measure each indicator. Additionally, you can visit the Interpretive Guide to learn more about each indicator.

SNAP-Ed Indicator Matching Evaluation Tools** Visit the Interpretive Guide
Short Term: Readiness & Capacity    
ST1: Healthy Eating evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
ST2: Food Resource Management evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
ST3: Physical Activity and Reduced Sedentary Behavior evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
ST4: Food Safety ++ Interpretive Guide icon
ST5: Need and Readiness evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
ST6: Champions evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
*ST7: Partnerships evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
*ST8: Multi-Sector Partnerships and Planning evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
Medium Term: Changes    
*MT1: Healthy Eating evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
*MT2: Food Resource Management evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
*MT3: Physical Activity and Reduced Sedentary Behavior evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
MT4: Food Safety evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
*MT5: Nutrition Supports evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
MT6: Physical Activity and Reduced Sedentary Behavior Supports evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
MT7: Government Policies evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
MT8: Agriculture evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
MT9: Education Policies evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
MT10: Community Design and Safety ++ Interpretive Guide icon
MT11: Health Care Clinical-Community Linkages evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
MT12: Social Marketing Examples^ Interpretive Guide icon
MT13: Media Practices ++ Interpretive Guide icon
Long Term: Effectiveness & Maintenance    
LT1: Healthy Eating ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT2: Food Resource Management ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT3: Physical Activity and Reduced Sedentary Behavior ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT4: Food Safety ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT5: Nutrition Support Implementation ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT6: Physical Activity Support Implementation ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT7: Program Recognition ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT8: Media Coverage ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT9: Leveraged Resources evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT10: Planned Sustainability ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT11: Unexpected Benefits ++ Interpretive Guide icon
LT12: Food Systems evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT13: Government Investments evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT14: Agricultural Sales and Incentives evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT15: Educational Attainment evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT16: Shared Use Streets and Crime Reduction evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT17: Health Care Cost Savings evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT18: Commercial Marketing of Healthy Foods and Beverages evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
LT19: Community-Wide Recognition Programs ++ Interpretive Guide icon
Population Results: Trends and Reduction in Disparities    
R1: Overall Diet Quality evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
*R2: Fruits & Vegetables evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R3: Whole Grains evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R4: Dairy evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R5: Beverages evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R6: Food Security evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R7: Physical Activity and Reduced Sedentary Behavior evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R8: Breastfeeding evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R9: Healthy Weight evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R10: Family Meals evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon
R11: Quality of Life evaluation tools icon Interpretive Guide icon

 

* SNAP-Ed Priority Indicators for Fiscal Year 2017

** SNAP-Ed Connection has the most recent list of evaluation tools, up-to-date links, validity and reliability information about evaluation tools, authorship information, and more.

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^ Social Marketing Campaigns that contain examples of evaluation tools and evaluation information.