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Division of Adolescent and School Health — Logic Model Magic Tutorial
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Activity: Matching


Match the phrases to the correct description by clicking on a phrase on the right and dragging it over to the blank space on the left where you feel it is most correct. Correct answers will lock in place. Incorrect answers will bounce back.

[This activity is designed to reinforce understanding of concepts or terms presented in this tutorial by matching terms to descriptions of those terms. Eight examples are given.

Example 1: Reading the logic model using “If-Then” statements.
Corresponding description: One way to check the logical links among your logic model components.

Example 2: Program logic model.
Corresponding description: A pictorial representation of your overall program.

Example 3: Short-term and intermediate outcomes.
Corresponding description: SLIMs correspond to these logic model components.

Example 4: Long-term outcomes.
Corresponding description: Five-year program goals correspond to this logic model component.

Example 5: Nested logic model.
Corresponding description: An expanded view of a strategy or group of strategies.

Example 6: Outputs and outcomes.
Corresponding description: Implementation of strategies and activities lead to these logic model components.

Example 7: Strategies/activities.
Corresponding description: Program strategies listed in the strategic plan have a one-to-one correspondence with this logic model component.

Example 8: Data sources to document accomplishments.
Corresponding description: Indicators for School Health Programs and School Health Profiles are examples of these.]


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