A logic model tells the story of your project or programme in a diagram and a few simple words. Logic Model Example
It shows a causal connection between the need you have identified, what you do and how this makes a difference for individuals and communities.
You can use logic modelling to plan a project or programme (as an “architectural” approach), or to examine and record ways in which a project or programme has produced outcomes after it has ended (as an “archaeological” approach).
The logic model reflects organisations’ particular contexts, purposes, circumstances and focuses of interest. Therefore different organisations’ logic models will vary in focus and might look dissimilar.
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All the logic models and associated case studies of Explaining the Difference are available here including:
(1) Rosemount Lifelong Learning: Making a Difference Programme
(2) CraigOwl Communities: Employability Programme “Skills for Success”
(3) Lead Scotland North Lanarkshire Project: pilot Creative Computer Class
You can access a Logic Model template to help you with this process.
The membership form is also available as a Word document in case you would prefer to apply by email or post. The form is very brief and won't take much time at all.
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