Logic Models to Support Effective Program Development and Evaluation in Urban Districts (Part 1 of 2)
|October 24, 2013|
This webinar, delivered to the Urban School Improvement Alliance and other interested educators, introduces logic models as an effective tool for program design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation. Logic models provide a theory of action, a tool for communication, a map for program development and implementation, and a starting point for identifying indicators of success and plans for evaluation. Elements of a logic model are reviewed. Activities allow participants to experiment with developing their own logic model. The session closes by identifying the links between logic models and evaluation design.
- Sheila Rodriguez
Researcher, REL Northeast and Islands