A worksheet that include the logic model categories of program name, goal, assumptions, environment, outcomes, outputs and inputs.
A logic model is a graphic representation of your program. It documents your program plan and expected outcomes.
Funding sources often require logic models to document your theory of change.
A logic model program matrix identifies expected inputs, outputs (methods & audiences), and desired outcomes.
Widely used by government, foundations, and major educational institutions, logic models support the planning and development of program evaluation.
A Logic Model Development Guide and other tools to support your work are provided below.
An extensive self-study training guide for development and use of logic models for program planning, evaluation and development. Use is with the permission of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation.
A one-page color graphic of a detailed logic model with categorical examples.
A publication from University of Idaho Extension that describes the logic model development process as it is used in the Extension program development process.
Logic Model Examples