Logic Models: A Beginner’s Guide - Michigan.
Dissertation Outline Chapter 1: Introduction Clear statement of the research problem Evidence that supports the existence of the problem Probable causes related to the problem Brief description of the need for an evaluation approach Descriptive information related to the organization where the program is located Logic model- program theory or theory of action Program description: goals.
During my work in the formal mentoring field and youth development, I have surprisingly seen little research incorporating culturally responsive frameworks for mentoring youth of color. Seemingly, much of the mentoring research continues to remain void of references that illustrate the unique and historical coping strategies symbolizing the strength and resilience of people of color, Black.
Milwaukee County Youth Secure Care Center Programming Logic Model Situation: At the direction of the Steering Committee, Milwaukee County aims to design or select a program model capable of addressing these three program pillars: a. An education program that provides high quality instruction and experiences based on each youth’s strengths, learning style, interests, and special needs. b.
Logic Model Target Group Youth: Ages 5 - 22 Goals The S.P.A.R.K. Program reduces risk factors and uncovers resiliency to promote emotional well-being and school success in youth. The S.P.A.R.K. program addresses the following protective factors.
The logic model is a systematic picture of how your program is intended to work. It uses words and diagrams to describe the sequence of activities that are intended to bring about change and how these activities are linked to the results the program is expected to achieve. When a logic model is used as a tool for planning programs and services, the result becomes the framework for program.
Many, mainly US-originated definitions, emphasises sponsorship and hands-on help by the mentor; others, mostly European and Australian in origin, see such behaviours as unacceptable within the mentor role. Unless it is clear, which model is being followed in a particular piece of research, it is often impossible to draw conclusions with confidence, or to make comparisons with other studies.
This thesis looks at youth mentoring programs in general and Mentor. The paper will also provide an example of how this approach was used to develop a logic model for a youth mentoring program.