Development of the evaluation framework for the Finnish Schools on the Move programme 2016-2018
ISPAH ePoster Library. Tammelin T. Oct 16, 2018; 225489; 407
Tuija Tammelin
Tuija Tammelin
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Abstract Finnish Schools on the Move (FSM) is a national action programme aiming to create more active and pleasant school days and to ensure one hour of daily physical activity for all students. Main themes include suppor­ting learning, enabling student participation, increasing physical activity and decreasing sitting. FSM is funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture and is organised by the National Board of Education, regional state administrative agencies and various other organisations. FSM is a priority government programme with 21 million euros in financial support from the Ministry of Education and Culture for FSM to operate in municipalities in 2016–2018. The objective of the government is to expand the programme across the country. In 2010 programme began with 45 schools, and at the begin of 2018 total of 2,053 schools (84% of all schools) were registered to the programme. An evaluation framework was created to provide details on the development of the programme. Data will be collected from different national sources, including registers and surveys for municipalities, school staff and principals, and monitoring of physical activity and physical functioning capacity amongst students. Data will be combined and presented at both national and regional levels. This evaluation project is part of a pilot study related to the digitisation of government subsidising processes in Finland aiming to build an information system for applying, subsidising, supervising and evaluating the overall effectiveness. The presentation discusses the development of the evaluation framework and the progress of the programme. External funding details Ministry of Education and Culture, Finland
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