Working with a group to create a logic model? I created a little activity book to help you on your way.
Prerequisite (Before you Download)
This activity book assumes that you are trying to take action and do something. Or that you’ve already taken action.
If you haven’t, you’ll have to imagine yourself taking action on something to get any use out of this book.
What is in the activity book?
Basically just a series of question based activities. Instead of getting bogged down in jargon, the activities start with simple exercises.
It starts with these.
- What are you trying to do here?
- Name three people who a stake in what you are trying to do.
- What if those three people answered that first question?
Then we dive into thinking through actions and consequences.
- If I do this…this happens.
- From actions to outputs.
- From consequences to outcomes
Finally we pull it all together.
- Assembling a basic logic model.
- Intentionally complicating your logic model.
- Bonus activity: coming up with a counterfactual.
How much and where to download.
The personal non-commercial version is free but tips are appreciated.
(Just put in $0 to download for free, no judgement). There is also a print-away version that requires at least $10.
Here is a button:Download the Activity Book
How many can I print?
Totally okay to print the free version for personal use.
If you want to print several for a get together with your small non-profit, also okay to use the non-commercial version.
I know some of you teach classes, feel free to print it for your students (or send them a copy you downloaded) of the non-commercial version.
Do you make money as a consultant or trainer doing this kind of thing? That’s why I created a commercial version. But if you buy that, feel free to print away as much as you would like.
But I just want logic model cartoons…
For that I suggest either buying my book.
Supporting me on Patreon (my Patrons get access to all my cartoons. They will also get the above commercial version activity book downloadable on Patreon for nothing extra).
Or just pulling them from my big post of evaluation cartoons (I have a bunch there).