Logic Models: Making Chaos Make Sense



This is what my Saturday morning/early afternoon looked like, as I built a logic model for the program I am going to be evaluating for my Master’s Project.  What I love about logic models is that the finished product is a very orderly set of color coded boxes containing succinct and direct text with arrows that connect only the directly related boxes.  Things make sense.  It is easy to follow.  It is easy to see gaps and mistakes.  It just takes the above-captured level of disorganization and resource chaos to make it happen.  Luckily, the process is made better by later color coding.  Life is always better with labels and color codes. 

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