Presenting Your Data
A short general report such as the Key Findings should meet most of your needs for public dissemination of the results, but different audiences may require different information, types of presentations, and dissemination strategies. You may want to prepare a variety of reports for target audiences. Examples of handouts and presentations are available to assist you in preparing your own presentations. The CHKS staff have created a number of special customized reports, graphic displays, handouts, and other products that can be prepared using your data.
Presentation Tips & Strategies
It is important to involve stakeholders in the presentation and be mindful of your audience. It is key to highlight successes as well as focus attention on areas that might need attention. The Guidebook III: Data Use and Dissemination (pdf) discusses strategies to help you in formulating and conducting your presentation.
Customized Presentations and Workshops
The CHKS team is available to help with preparing your presentation or to present on your behalf. For more information contact us or call the toll-free Cal-SCHLS Helpline at (888) 841.7536.
Customized Reports & Handouts
CHKS staff are available to help create custom reports and handouts such as those below. Whether you need a simple data handout created for a meeting, or a fully customized report, we can help you meet your data analysis and dissemination needs.
- CHKS Trendline Report ($225) (pdf)
- District and Anonymous Comparable District Report ($150)
- Service-Learning Reports ($300) for those districts that asked the CalServe Module
- CHKS Parent Handouts
- Connectedness and ATOD Use/Safety/Physical Health Comparisons
- Staff (SCS) and Student (CHKS) Comparisons
- District and State Comparisons
For more information contact us or call the toll-free Cal-SCHLS Helpline at (888) 841.7536.
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