Logic Model Paper


Logic Model Paper

Logic Model Paper


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Logic Model Template

CSSW 586 Research Methods II

Program: logic model


Inputs  Outputs  Outcomes-Impact
  ActivitiesParticipants ShortMediumLong-term
Assumptions External Factors   

Develop a logic model for the formative evaluation of a new program that you want to develop at your agency. As you analyze your program, begin by describing basic assumptions and then add the following program components. Your narrative section will focus on your analysis of the problematic condition which demands intervention, and underlying assumptions about the sequences (if… then relationship).  A typical logic model template would have the following components

1. Resources/Inputs include the human, financial, organizational, and community resources a program has available to direct toward the work. Sometimes this component is referred to as

2. Activities are what the program does with the resources. Activities are the processes, tools, events, technology, and actions that are an intentional part of the program implementation. These interventions are used to bring about the intended program changes or results.

3. Outputs are the direct products of program activities and may include types, levels and targets of services to be delivered by the program.

4. Outcomes (Intermediate) are the specific changes in program participants’ behavior, knowledge, skills, status and level of functioning.

5. Impact/Long-term Outcome is the fundamental intended or unintended change occurring in organizations, communities or systems as a result of program activities.

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