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Logic Models for Early Childhood Education

Logic Models for Early Childhood Education

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  1. Logic Models for Early Childhood Education Research & Evaluation Division Strategic Planning and Implementation Kamehameha Schools Nolan Malone & Summer Keli‘ipio 12 April 2007

  2. Icebreaker Use one word or phrase to express how you feel about logic models

  3. Today’s Schedule • Logic Models 101 • Definitions and purposes • Uses (and abuses) • Types • Content • Large Group Activity • Small Group Activity • Questions

  4. Logic Models 101: Definitions • Official definitions (Kellogg Foundation): • A picture of how your program works • Links outcomes with activities • Facilitates planning, implementation, and evaluation

  5. Logic Models 101: Purposes • Why create a logic model? • To visually describe the sequence of change you hope to see in participants • To learn continually about and improve your program • To facilitate sharing what works in your program and why • Bottom line: What do you do, and what are the consequences?

  6. Logic Models 101: Uses First, some Abuses… • Logic models SHOULD NOT be used for: • Tormenting staff • Creating a doorstop • Auditing program operations • Making a judgment of your work • Writing a college thesis never to be looked at again

  7. Logic Models 101: Uses Phase of program can dictate uses: These activities can occur at any phase

  8. Logic Models 101: Types Generally, logic models are flow charts • They may look different • They may contain different information • At minimum they include activities and outcomes

  9. Program elements Activities Short-term outcomes Intermediate Outcomes Program Outcomes Long-term outcomes Logic Models 101: Types Simple logic models take the following format: Organization/program vision, mission, values, and goals

  10. Program elements Activities Short-term outcomes Intermediate Outcomes Program Outcomes Logic Models 101: Types Sample logic models: • Education Strategic Plan logic model • Kamehameha Scholars • Mock logic model

  11. Today’s Schedule • Logic Models 101 • Definitions and purposes • Uses (and abuses) • Types • Group Activity I • Group Activity II • Questions

  12. Now that you know the basic elements, let’s try one strand. Name some CBECE program elements: Group Activity I

  13. Today’s Schedule • Logic Models 101 • Definitions and purposes • Uses (and abuses) • Types • Group Activity I • Group Activity II • Questions

  14. Group Activity II With colleagues from your program, take one of the other CBECE elements and expand. Instructions: Use the post-its provided on your table to write an activity and short, intermediate, and program outcomes for the element you chose. Bring your post-its up to the front to place on the poster board.

  15. Wrap Up Now… use one word or phrase to express how you feel about logic models

  16. Mahalo a nui loa Additional questions? Nolan Malone Summer Keli‘ipio Wendy Kekahio 534-3849 534-3964 523-6373 nomalone@ksbe.edu sukeliip@ksbe.edu wekekahi@ksbe.edu