To help us focus the evaluation and get all stakeholders on the same page, iEvaluate will use a logic model to help illustrate the program theory of change. Here is an example (download simple logic model). Try to complete the columns. Your biggest mistake will likely be putting the activities in the outcomes column. Let us help you put it together. The most important thing about a logic model is that you understand it and can explain your theory of change to others.
My favorite resources on logic models are:
The Logic Model Guidebook by Lisa Wyatt Knowlton and Cynthia C. Phillips. This book is full of a wide variety of logic models and is evidence that there is no one way to create a logic model. More information from the publisher:
W.K. Kellogg Foundation Logic Model Guide.