Planning and Evaluating your Program. Torture Technique or Useful Tool?. Logic models help us be clear on what our projects are DOING and what they are CHANGING. Logic Model. Work plan. Evaluation plan. Splash and Ripple. IMPACT. WHY Big picture changes
Logic models help us be clear on what our projects are DOING and what they are CHANGING.
Impact: Environmental educators more effectively mobilize learners to practice environmental stewardship.
Intermediate Outcome: Learners report greater readiness to practice stewardship.
Immediate Outcome: EE groups learn about best practices and document increased capacity and effectiveness.
Outputs – What is immediately produced by the activity, products or services.
Activities – What you do with the inputs. What the project is actually DOING.
Inputs – Human and physical ingredients, the raw materials you need to bring about change.
Inputs resources we need
Executive Director (ED) (Gareth) – 0.1
Education Director (ED D) (Kathy) – 0.15
Program Assistant (Rosemary) – 0.15
If we have ACTIVITIES, then OUTPUTS
If we have OUTPUTS, then Immediate OUTCOMES
If we have Immediate OUTCOMES then, Intermediate OUTCOMES
If we have Intermediate OUTCOMES then, we contribute to the ULTIMATE OUTCOME
Choose your outputs and outcomes to evaluate
Analyze and reporting
Benefit to the environment
Using best practices