Looking for opinions about content — AEA workshop: Logic Models – Beyond the Traditional View: Metrics, Methods, Expected and Unexpected Change

The range of material we can cover during the workshop is much broader than time will allow. Please look through the slides (see attachment) and post your suggestions for priorities.

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One Response to Looking for opinions about content — AEA workshop: Logic Models – Beyond the Traditional View: Metrics, Methods, Expected and Unexpected Change

  1. Doug Horton says:

    On page 34 of his book, “Practical Program Evaluation,” Huey Chen says, “The terms “program theory” and “logic model” have been used interchangeably in the literature, but, in fact, the two serve separate purposes…. conceptualization of programs within program theory and within the logic model is utterly distinct.” Do you agree with these statements? I’m hoping the workshop will clarify the relationships between program theory and logic models.

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