Evaluating an Individual ID&R Action Plan
• Once you have written your individual ID&R action plan, do
you ever revisit it? Why or why not?
• Updating the individual ID&R action plan should be an
Ask participants to read the questions on the slide and respond in their Outline (p.2).
Actively monitor participants and once all have responded to the questions, bring them back to the whole group.
Ask participants to share their responses with their tablemates.
Once enough time has been given for all participants at the table to share, ask them to share with the whole group.
After whole-group discussion, click to show one final thought on the slide.
Tell participants they will leave today’s session with the tools to effectively evaluate their individual action plans.
Because individual ID&R action plans are timelines for the year, recruiters should be aware of what activity is coming up next.
It is a document that is rewritten and adjusted every year as responsibilities are added or removed. Recruiters should feel comfortable adding comments to their action plan as the year progresses.
The action plan can serve as an evaluation of the recruiter’s work, the effectiveness of the strategies used to recruit families, and whether timelines were realistic.
The recruiter can celebrate accomplishments.