Making Logic Models Work For You!: Enhancing creation, collaboration and communication
In this half-day workshop you’ll learn about logic models and how they can streamline the development, implementation, evaluation and communication of your program. Commonly used by a variety of museum and non-profit stakeholders, collaborative development of logic models helps clarify and build consensus of program goals. They are also invaluable when engaging funders in your program successes. Through hands-on activities and discussion we’ll cover the basic concepts of a logic model, discuss theories of change that support the connection between activities and outcomes, and practice developing your own logic models. Whether you’re interested in improving your own abilities or would like to feel more confident facilitating the development of logic models at your own institution, this workshop is for you.
Space is limited! Registration is due on or before to guarantee your seat.
About the Presenter
Mary Jackson, Education Research Coordinator, Woodland Park Zoo
For the past 8 years Mary has conducted program and exhibit evaluation at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo. She has also facilitated regional logic model workshops with various informal education institutions in the Pacific Northwest.
VSA Member - $30.00
VSA Student Member - $20.00
Non-Member - $50.00
Non-Member Student - $40.00