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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

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Logic Model

Work plan

Evaluation plan

  • WHY
  • Big picture changes
  • One statement about the preferred future
  • Inspires

Intermediate Outcome

Immediate Outcome

  • Immediate results of your project.
  • Direct result of your activities and inputs.
  • Individuals directly effected by your program.
  • Take place in families, organizations, and communities surrounding the participant
  • You don’t have full control over these outcomes.
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Leadership Clinic Example

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 activities and inputs
Outputs, Activities and Inputs

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.

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Leadership Clinic Example

Inputs resources we need

Executive Director (ED) (Gareth) – 0.1

Education Director (ED D) (Kathy) – 0.15

Program Assistant (Rosemary) – 0.15

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Leadership Clinic Example
  • Activities what we do to create change
  • Market leadership clinic to environmental education groups
  • Secure venue for the leadership clinic
  • Ensure a minimum of 15 applications received
  • Finalize a Clinic Planning Team and use selection criteria to select the teams
  • Conduct a participant needs assessment survey
  • Work with the Clinic Planning Team to develop an agenda
  • Complete all pre-planning and securing of resources and facilitation staff for the leadership clinic
  • Deliver a 3 to 4 day leadership clinic
  • Conduct a leadership clinic evaluation
  • Provide follow-up support for teams to deliver and report on their plans
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Leadership Clinic Example
  • Outputs deliverables that create the potential for change
  • Marketing and outreach to EE groups
  • Venue secured
  • Needs assessment survey completed by team participants
  • Minutes from Project Planning meetings
  • Teams secured for leadership clinic
  • Delivery of 3 to 4 day leadership clinic
  • Summary of leadership clinic evaluations
  • Updates on team’s progress on achieving their plans

If we have INPUTS, then ACTIVITIES


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

evaluation process
Evaluation Process

Choose your outputs and outcomes to evaluate

Select Indicators

Gather Data


Analyze and reporting

measuring change
Measuring Change

Values Shift

Behaviour Change

Benefit to the environment

Using best practices