Purposeful Program Theory Effective Use of Theories of Change and Logic Models
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Description: Program Theory in Evaluation Practice is a ground-breaking reference that teaches how to develop an explicit causal model that links an intervention (project, program or policy) with its intended or observed impacts and using this to guide monitoring and evaluation. Peerless in its explanation of why and how to use and develop program theory, the book is rich with examples and alternative approaches. The book is an invaluable resource to faculty and students as well as professionals in professional development programs, education, social work, and counseling.
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Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 3/29/2011
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
|The Promise And Risks Of Using Program Theory|
|Purposeful Program Theory|
|Overview Of The Book|
|Key Ideas In Program Theory|
|Assessing Your Circumstances|
|Developing And Representing Program Theory|
|Resources For Developing Program Theory|
|Using Program Theory For Monitoring And Evaluation|
|Taking A Strategic And Adaptive Approach|
|The Essence Of Program Theory|
|Variations Of Program Theory Over Time|
|Common Myths And Traps|
|Scoping Intended Uses Of Program Theory|
|The Nature Of The Situation And The Intervention|
|Processes To Identify Or Develop A Program Theory|
|Developing A Theory Of Change|
|Developing A Theory Of Action|
|Representing Program Theory|
|Critiquing Program Theory|
|Some Research Based Theories Of Change|
|Some Common Program Archetypes|
|Some Options For Drawing Logic Models|
|Using Program Theory To Develop A Monitoring And Evaluation Plan|
|Synthesis And Reporting|