The Logic Model Workshop Toolkit is designed to help practitioners learn the purpose of logic models, the different elements of a logic model, and the appropriate steps for developing and using a logic model for program evaluation. Topics covered in the sessions include an overview of logic models, the elements of a logic model, an introduction to evaluation, uses of a logic model to develop evaluation questions and identify indicators of success, and strategies to determine the right evaluation design for your program or policy. The toolkit, which includes an agenda, slide deck, participant workbook and facilitator's manual, was delivered to three REL-NEI research alliances: the Northeast Educator Effectiveness Research Alliance, the Urban School Improvement Alliance, and the Puerto Rico Research Alliance for Dropout Prevention. Appended are: (1) Simple logic model; (2) Template for simple logic model; (3) Sample logic model for college readiness program; and (4) Example of a logic model for an educator evaluation system theory of action. A list of combined references and resources is also provided.
ERIC DescriptorsBlended Learning, Capacity Building, Case Studies, Check Lists, College Readiness, Evaluation Methods, Flow Charts, Guidance, Logical Thinking, Models, Policy Formation, Preschool Evaluation, Professional Development, Program Design, Program Development, Program Evaluation, Program Implementation, Research Tools, Research Utilization, Science Teachers, Teacher Evaluation, Visual Aids, Workbooks, Workshops
Northeast & Islands | Publication Type:
Tool | Publication
Date: May 2015