Logic Model definitions
Logic Models facilitate effective program planning, implementation, and evaluation. A program logic model is a picture of how your program works – the theory and assumptions underlying the program. The W.K. Kellogg Foundation uses Logic Models as a learning and management tool throughout a program’s life. They have created this guide to help create logic models that can provide a road map of your program, highlighting how it is expected to work, what activities need to come before others, and how desired outcomes are achieved.