Creating a Logic Model for Evaluation
The examples in this toolkit work from the left of the logic model (inputs) moving right toward the long-term objectives (outcomes). However, it is fine to use this model in reverse. For some programs, particularly those in the design phase, it may be easier to start with the long-term outcomes you want to achieve, working backward to the activities that will take place and the resources that will be needed.
EXERCISE: Before any boxes or arrows appear on your logic model, try to think about these components in terms of answers to questions. (See Logic Model Questionnaire)