Logic Model Template for ATE Projects & Centers Created by Lori Wingate • Evalua|t|e • www.evalu-ate.org. All parts of this document are editable/deletable. To import the final version into another program, (1) Select All, (2) Copy, and (3) Paste into the destination file.
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Created by Lori Wingate • Evalua|t|e • www.evalu-ate.org
All parts of this document are editable/deletable. To import the final version into another program, (1) Select All, (2) Copy, and (3) Paste into the destination file.
For additional guidance on developing logic models, see:
University of Wisconsin-Extension’s Logic Model Resources: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/pdande/evaluation/evallogicmodel.html
W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s Logic Model Development Guide: http://www.wkkf.org/~/media/475A9C21974D416C90877A268DF38A15.ashx
What results should follow from the initial outcomes (typically, changes in broader conditions)
What resources will be use to support the project?
What are the main things the project will do/provide?
How many and what sort of observable/ tangible results will be achieved?
What will occur as a direct result of the activities & outputs? (typically, changes in knowledge, skills, attitudes)
What results should follow from the initial outcomes? (typically changes in behavior, policies, practice)