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    Title: Using logic models and the action model/change model schema in planning the learning community program: A comparative case study
    Authors: Huey Chen;Hui-Ling Wendy Pan;Liliana Morosanu;Nannette Turner
    Keywords: action model/change model schema;learning community;logic model;program planning
    Date: 2018-03
    Issue Date: 2018-10-11 12:10:18 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: University of Toronto Press on behalf of the Canadian Evaluation Society
    Abstract: Recent interest has been noted in the evaluation community in expanding
    the focus from program implementation and outcomes to program design and
    planning. One important step for moving in this direction is to examine existing
    evaluation models and to assess their relative strengths and weaknesses for planning
    purposes. This article presents a comparative case study of applying logic models and
    the action model/change model schema for planning the Learning Community Program
    in Taiwan. Lessons learned from these applications indicate that logic models
    are relatively easy to learn and effective for identifying major program components
    and indicators, but not sufficient for articulating the theoretical significance of the
    program. On the other hand, the action model/change model schema requires more
    time to learn and practise, but it has relative advantages for providing theoretical
    insights into contextual factors and causal mechanisms of the program, unlike logic
    models. This comparison can serve as a guide for evaluation practitioners when
    selecting evaluation tools to apply in planning and/or evaluating their programs.
    Relation: Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation 33(1), p. 49-68
    DOI: 10.3138/cjpe.42116
    Appears in Collections:[Master's Program, Graduate Institute of Educational Policy and Leadership] Journal Article

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