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Bureau of Quality Improvement
Agression Replacement Training
Moral Reasoning Fidelity Adherence Checklist
Facility: ______________________Observer: ______________________Title: _________________________
Date: _____________________Facilitator: ________________________Title: _________________________
Starting Time: ____________Co-Facilitator: _______________________Title: _________________________
Ending Time: _____________Number of Youth Attending: ________________
Problem Situation: ____________________________________________
Please use this scale to rate what you observed during this session:
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Poorly
Adequately
Well Done
Very Well Done
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1. Youth were welcomed.
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2. Ground rules for the discussion session (attached) were reviewed.
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3. The Problem Situation was read to the group.
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4. The Problem Situation was correctly defined.
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5. The Problem Situation was made relevant to the group members’ lives.
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6. Mature responses were elicited first.
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7. Less mature responses were reconstructed.
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8. Thinking errors were challenged.
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9. Role-taking opportunities were created for youth (e.g. “What would it be
like if everyone behaved that way? What would you do in that position?).
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10. Positive decisions and mature reasons were made unanimous for the group.
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11. Individuals were praised for positive decisions and mature reasons.
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12. The whole group was praised for positive decisions and mature reasons.
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13. The Problem Situation Chart was prepared before the group meeting.
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14. All group members were involved in the discussion.
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15. Some constructive value was found in every serious youth comment.
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Created: July 1, 2008
Bureau of Quality Improvement
Agression Replacement Training
Moral Reasoning Fidelity Adherence Checklist
Facility: ______________________Observer: ______________________Title: _________________________
Date: _____________________Facilitator: ________________________Title: _________________________
Starting Time: ____________Co-Facilitator: _______________________Title: _________________________
Ending Time: _____________Number of Youth Attending: ________________
Problem Situation: ____________________________________________
Please use this scale to rate what you observed during this session:
Not At All
Poorly
Adequately
Well Done
Very Well Done
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2
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4
5
1. Youth were welcomed.
1
2
3
4
5
2. Ground rules for the discussion session (attached) were reviewed.
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2
3
4
5
3. The Problem Situation was read to the group.
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2
3
4
5
4. The Problem Situation was correctly defined.
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3
4
5
5. The Problem Situation was made relevant to the group members’ lives.
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2
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4
5
6. Mature responses were elicited first.
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2
3
4
5
7. Less mature responses were reconstructed.
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3
4
5
8. Thinking errors were challenged.
1
2
3
4
5
9. Role-taking opportunities were created for youth (e.g. “What would it be
like if everyone behaved that way? What would you do in that position?).
1
2
3
4
5
10. Positive decisions and mature reasons were made unanimous for the group.
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2
3
4
5
11. Individuals were praised for positive decisions and mature reasons.
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12. The whole group was praised for positive decisions and mature reasons.
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5
13. The Problem Situation Chart was prepared before the group meeting.
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14. All group members were involved in the discussion.
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15. Some constructive value was found in every serious youth comment.
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5
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Created: July 1, 2008
Agression Replacement Training
Moral Reasoning Fidelity Adherence Checklist
16. Higher reasoning was supported and relabeled as strong and courageous.
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17. The session was well paced.
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18. The facilitator remained objective.
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19. The co-facilitator remained objective.
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20. The facilitator demonstrated effective platform skills (body language, tone
of voice, facial expression, eye contact).
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21. The co-facilitator demonstrated effective platform skills (body language,
tone of voice, facial expression, eye contact).
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22. The facilitator kept participants interested.
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23. The co-facilitator kept participants interested.
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24. The facilitator conveyed enthusiasm and a belief in the material presented.
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25. The co-facilitator conveyed enthusiasm and a belief in the material presented.
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26. The facilitator interacted effectively with the youth.
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27. The co- facilitator interacted effectively with the youth.
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28. Were there any behavior management issues during this session?
Yes
No
If yes, how were they handled?
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29. Facilitator’s self-evaluation and ideas for improvement:
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30. Co-facilitator’s self-evaluation and ideas for improvement:
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Agression Replacement Training
Moral Reasoning Fidelity Adherence Checklist
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31. Observer’s feedback and recommendations:
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Observer’s feedback and recommendations received: _______________________________________________
(Facilitator’s Signature and Date)
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(Co-facilitator’s Signature and Date)
cc: PTA Program Administrator
, Program Director
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