This lesson contains a presentation that describes the value of logic models in planning domestic and sexual violence primary prevention efforts. It starts by looking at how logic models build on existing strengths and when to use a logic model. The presentation then reviews logic model basics, explaining how logic models are a simple series of questions and exploring the steps in creating logic models.
Logic models are exactly what the name implies – they are models that describe the logic of a program. Why is a program using strategies x, y, and z? What change does that program expect those strategies to create? A logic model is a road map of sorts, demonstrating how we’ll get from point A to point B in our efforts.
The overall goal of this course is to support in using logic models to plan your prevention programming, through the following educational and skill objectives.
- Explain when to use a logic model.
- Describe at least 2 benefits of using a logic model.
- Be able to create a basic logic model for your prevention effort(s).
- W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide
- Using Logic Models for Planning Primary Prevention Programs – PreventConnect web conference
- Learning for Sustainability’s Logic Model Resources
- Logic Model Portion of OJP’s Evaluation Guide
- University of Idaho Logic Model Fact Sheet
- Nonprofit Work’s Logic Model Planning Tool
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- Lectures 2
- Quizzes 2
- Duration 1.5 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 13
- Assessments Yes
Logic Model Presentation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Development Guide