Tag archive for Focus Groups

Ideas for Interactive Focus Groups

Ideas for Interactive Focus Groups

My teammate and I are running a focus group in a couple weeks. The group will be large (about 17 people) and will be with working professionals (mid-20s through mid-40s). We’d like to add a few interactive elements to this focus group so that people…

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Facilitating Focus Groups vs. Facilitating Other Types of Group Discussions

Facilitating Focus Groups vs. Facilitating Other Types of Group Discussions

A lovely side effect of building an organizational culture of learning is that there’s a huge demand for qualitative research like interviews and focus groups. However, with so few internal evaluators, it’s hard to keep up with the demand. I’ve trained a handful of non-evaluators at our…

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My Bank of Youth Focus Group Questions

My Bank of Youth Focus Group Questions

I’m teaching my teammate about the ins and outs of planning, conducting, and sharing results from focus groups with youth. Today’s lesson was about 1) collaborating with program staff and/or funders to figure out what type of information they’re most interested in and 2) turning those interests into focus…

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