One page assignment #2,
First thing, I want you to do before you write that paper. Read the all those attachments I send to you and follow those instructions.
As you have learned through your course readings and classroom discussion, logic models may be used as a valuable tool in both the planning and evaluation of programs. For this assignment, you will create a 1-page logic model, which will be used as a tool to plan an evaluation of a criminal justice program. All components of the logic model need to be included including inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes. Since this logic model is intended to aid in the planning of a program evaluation, please also include a column delineating your methods of assessment for each outcome listed.
Several computer applications can be used to assist in developing the logic model figure including PowerPoint, Lucid Chart (lucidchart.com), Microsoft Excel, and Word. You may also find some helpful resources from the Kellogg Foundation (http://www.wkkf.org/ and/or http://www.smartgivers.org/uploads/logicmodelguidepdf.pdf)
Vito, G. F. & Higgins, G. E. (2015). Practical Program Evaluation for Criminal Justice.
Waltham, MA: Elsevier.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation. (2004). W.K. Kellogg Foundation evaluation handbook: Philosophy and expectations. Battle Creek, MI: Author.
W.K. Kellogg Foundation. (2004). Logic model development guide. Battle Creek, MI: Author.
Assignments must be written and typed following the guidelines in the Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (APA manual), and must be written at college level, with good sentence structure and good syntax. Students must also adhere to the professional guidelines for the use of copyrighted literature and commercially produced materials, as well as materials generated by colleagues and friends and information collected from conferences and presentations.