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The California Endowment Logic Model Preparatory Meeting for Community Facilitators

Building Healthy Communities

September 10, 2009

11:00 AM - 12:30 PM PDT


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Objectives

  • Develop a common understanding of the basic terms and concepts of logic models

  • Understand the overall logic modeling process at the big-picture level

  • Discuss what is needed to get ready for the logic modeling process

  • Gain more clarity on the roles and responsibilities of key partners in the logic modeling process

  • Have an opportunity for questions, concerns, and feedback


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Agenda

  • Using logic models for planning

  • Basic terms and concepts of logic models

  • Overview of the logic modeling process and key components

  • Discuss readiness guidelines and what the process would look like

  • Roles and responsibilities of key partners in the logic modeling process

  • Questions, concerns, and feedback


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Logic models for planning

  • A tool to help your community figure out how to achieve your goals

  • Helps manage the complexity

  • Creates a visual picture of change

  • Provides a general framework and common language

  • Improves the evaluation


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Inputs

Impact

Strategies

Outcomes

Outputs

External Influences and Related Programs

Logic model terms and concepts

The short- and longer-term effects of change strategies on client awareness, knowledge, attitude, motivation, skills, opportunities and behavior

The long-term and aggregate effect of a sustained change effort on the overall target audience

All the resources necessary for supporting a change effort

The specific change effort and activities that serve a particular target audience

An immediate measure of change strategy implementation


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Inputs

Impact

Strategies

Outcomes

Outputs

External Influences and Related Programs

Logic model terms and concepts<example>

  • Unstructured recreational activities

  • Structured team-based activities

  • Activity-based workshops for parents

  • Partnership with schools and other CBOs to create space and opportunities for leisure-time physical activities

  • Increased leisure time physical activities

  • Improved physical fitness

  • Increased energy level

  • Increased parental involvement and support

  • Improved recreational opportunities (quality and quantity) in the community

  • 5 Drop-in swimming sessions for teens per week

  • Weekly team practices

  • Saturday workshops for parents at the school gymnasium

  • Free fitness classes for families at school

  • Recreation staff skills, experience and time

  • Gym facilities and equipment

  • Teens’ family and friends

  • Community partners and resources

Healthy and productive teenagers


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Basic steps for logic modeling


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Logic Modeling process - overview

Targeted change 1

Outcome 1

Outcome 2

Targeted change 2

Strategy 1

Outcome 3

Targeted change 3

Strategy 2

Outcome 4

Outcome 5

Capacities

Resources

Strategy 3

Outcome 6

Outcome 7

Outcome 8

Outcome 9

Outcome 10


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Opportunity

Knowledge

Awareness

Attitude

Skills

Skills

Opportunity

Motivation

Opportunity

Skills

Skills

Opportunity

The logic behind logic models

  • It’s about the path to behavior change:

    • Awareness

    • Knowledge

    • Attitude

    • Motivation

    • Skills

    • Opportunity

    • Behavior


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Categorizing Targeted Change: Four Sectors

  • What changes need to be made in the following sectors:

  • Education

  • Health

  • Human Services

  • Community Environments


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Types of change and change strategy

Type of change

Systems

Change strategy

Changes in policies, practices, norms within specific systems

Advocating, Monitoring,

Mobilizing

Policy analysis,

Policy development,

Voter education,

Policy maker education

Public Policy

Changes in governmental policies

Organizations

Changes in rules and

regulations ;

Capacity building

Long-term outcomes

Changes in specific institutions

Social marketing, Media campaign, Service delivery reform

Families/ residents

Group formation;

Organizing;

Mobilizing

Changes in neighborhood conditions and community culture

Community/

Neighborhood Groups

Changes in individuals


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Types of change and change strategy<Example>

Schools Increase PE

Mobilize parents & teachers

Govt $ for Sports & Nutrition

Voter education

Voter mobilization (Advocacy)

Advocacy research

Increased Institutional Provision of

Fitness Facilities & Resources

Educate Rec Centers on Facilities Design, Planning and Maintenance

Healthy and productive teenagers

Provide health and fitness workshops for parents

Educate & engage residents through park clean up & safety experiences

Family Activity Level Increases

Community Stewardship of Parks


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Indentify critical capacities

Adaptive Capacity

Leadership Capacity

Technical Capacity

Management Capacity


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Logic Modeling Process

Planning Support Team (PST) and The Endowment Program Officers work with the Collaboratives to determine if they are ready to launch the logic modeling process

Community stakeholders participate in 3-5 in-person meetings facilitated by Learning and Evaluation Coaches and community facilitators

The Collaborative develops draft narratives with support from Planning Support Team, The Endowment staff, Learning and Coaches and other consultants


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Guidelines for Assessing Readiness

  • The collaborative

  • Has a clear understanding of community priorities

  • Has a beginning collaborative structure

  • Has a representative group of people at the logic model table who can bring in necessary knowledge and skills as well as voices of all stakeholder groups

  • Has clear steps for “planning to plan”

  • Has begun to think systematically about their capacity, tools and mechanism for insuring community residents have a voice and say in the plan and its implementation


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Glossary of key partners


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Glossary of key partners – cont’d


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Questions, concerns, and/or feedback


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