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Using the Community Tool Box Chapter 2: Section 1. Carefully read how to develop a Logic Model and how Theory is used to back up your belief about the change that you are proposing for your community. Upload the logic model for this task as one document. The logic model will likely change as you proceed throughout this course and you learn more about measurable outcomes and how to make measurable change.

The second document you will upload is a written paper that discusses your community’s strengths, weaknesses, and problems which the Logic Model shows as the change effort, better known as the program outcome. In a designated section of this paper, you will write about theory and how your self-selected theory supports your conclusion about why this problem exists and how it came into existence.

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Logic Model and Theory Rubric
SWK 547 – Communities and Organizations
(25 points total)
Criteria
Quality of the Social
Work Content.
Terminology, assignment
reading integration and
discussion in the
document.
1. Demonstrate Ethical
and Professional
Behavior
1.2 Use self-reflection
and self-regulation to
manage personal values
and maintain
professionalism in
practice situations;
Knowledge, Skill
Proficient
4
Competent
3
Novice
2
Does Not Meet
Expectations
1
Theory is detailed in
the narrative
discussion and how
this community might
best be approached
to solve existing
weaknesses in the
region. At least 3
resources were cited
and referenced to
substantiate this
need for intervention.
Strengths and
weakness of the
community are
presented in the
narrative that
accompanies the
Logic Model. Short,
mid-range and longterm outcome goals
are SMART in nature
and it is obvious that
they can be
measured.
Theory is
mentioned in the
written narrative
and it is linked to
the community
need that is being
proposed for
change.
Weaknesses in the
community are
identified. At least
2 resources are
cited to
substantiate this
need for
intervention. Short,
mid-range and
long-term outcome
goals are SMART
in nature and
measurable.
Theory is identified
in the written
narrative yet its
link to the
community need
that is being
proposed for
change is not well
described.
Weaknesses in the
community are
identified. At least
1 resource is cited
to substantiate this
need for
intervention, but
that source was an
assigned reading
and not an original
resource sought
out by the student
and used to inform
this narrative.
Goals are not
SMART in nature
and how they will
be measured is not
obvious because
not time limited nor
specific.
There is little to no
evidence that this
student understands a
Logic Model, how theory
informs interventive
activities or professional
learning has occurred
through reading and
assignment integration.
The Logic Model is
suitable to the
assignment. The
chart and headings
are professional in
appearance, with
two or less
distractions of
varying fonts,
style, size or
nonsensical
content. The
written language
has abbreviations
but is
understandable by
the reviewer.
The Logic Model is
slightly
inconsistent with
that presented in
assigned readings.
The chart
headings differ
from that assigned
in the readings.
Minimal
distractions of
fonts, style, size or
content. The
written language
and explanations
are clear.
Contains 3 or more
visual distractions, falls
short of meeting the
assignment to submit a
Logic Model for
Community Change.
The content does not
address that of the
assignment.
Format for Logic Model The Logic Model is
aesthetically
pleasing. The chart
1. Demonstrate Ethical and headings are
and Professional
professional in
Behavior
appearance, with an
unobtrusive
1.3 Demonstrates
background and no
professional
distractions of
communication in
varying fonts, style,
electronic
size or nonsensical
communication.
content. The written
language and
Information is provided in explanations are
a professional looking
clear and
design.
professional.
Skill
2
Ability to Assess:
6. Engage with
Individuals, Families,
Groups, Organizations,
and Communities
Cites at least three
sources where
information was
acquired to affirm the
conclusions stated
about the
6.1 Apply knowledge of
community.
human behavior and the Describes the
social environment,
population
person-in-environment,
demographics and
and other
relevant facts about
multidisciplinary
the problem needing
theoretical frameworks to intervention. Persons
engage with clients and and environment are
constituencies.
integrated into the
narrative discussion
of theory.
Knowledge, Values
Skills, Cognitive and
Affective Reactions and
Processes
Cites one source
where information
was acquired that
affirms the
conclusions stated
about this
community. States
the population
numbers, the
community
location and the
sources of income.
Community
knowledge has
been evaluated but
not broadly
described.
Cites one source
where information
was acquired that
affirms the
conclusions stated
about this
community.
Population and
demographics are
questionable
based on the
community’s
location.
Community
knowledge is
presented but not
substantiated by
referencing.
Generalizations
are made
throughout the
narrative without
evidence.
No sources are
identified where
information was
acquired Common
knowledge appears as
the source of
information or local
communications. Many
assumptions are
apparent without
specifics in number or
percentages to support
statements.
3
Theory is detailed in
the narrative
discussion and how
this community might
best be approached
to solve existing
7.2 Apply knowledge of
weaknesses in the
human behavior and the region. At least 3
social environment,
resources were cited
person-in-environment,
and referenced to
and other
substantiate this
multidisciplinary
need for intervention.
theoretical frameworks in Strengths and
the analysis of
weakness of the
assessment data from
community are
clients and
presented in the
constituencies.
narrative that
accompanies the
Logic Model. Short,
Knowledge, Values
mid-range and longSkills, Cognitive and
term outcome goals
Affective Reactions and are SMART in nature
Processes
and it is obvious that
they can be
measured.
Theory is
mentioned in the
written narrative
and it is linked to
the community
need that is being
proposed for
change.
Weaknesses in the
community are
identified. At least
2 resources are
cited to
substantiate this
need for
intervention. Short,
mid-range and
long-term outcome
goals are SMART
in nature and
measurable.
Theory is identified
in the written
narrative yet its
link to the
community need
that is being
proposed for
change is not well
described.
Weaknesses in the
community are
identified. At least
1 resource is cited
to substantiate this
need for
intervention, but
that source was an
assigned reading
and not an original
resource sought
out by the student
and used to inform
this narrative.
Goals are not
SMART in nature
and how they will
be measured is not
obvious because
not time limited nor
specific.
There is little to no
evidence that this
student understands a
Logic Model, how theory
informs interventive
activities or professional
learning has occurred
through reading and
assignment integration.
8. Intervene with
Individuals, Families,
Groups, Organizations,
and Communities
8.2 Cites at least three
sources where
information was acquired
to affirm the conclusions
stated about the
community. Describes the
population demographics
and relevant facts about
the problem needing
intervention. Persons and
environment are
integrated into the
narrative discussion of
theory.
Cites one source
where information
was acquired that
affirms the
conclusions stated
about this
community.
Population and
demographics are
questionable
based on the
community’s
location.
Community
knowledge is
presented but not
substantiated by
referencing.
Generalizations
are made
throughout the
narrative without
evidence.
No sources are
identified where
information was
acquired Common
knowledge
appears as the
source of
information or local
communications.
Many assumptions
are apparent
without specifics in
number or
percentages to
support
statements.
No sources are
identified where
information was
acquired Common
knowledge appears as
the source of
information or local
communications. Many
assumptions are
apparent without
specifics in number or
percentages to support
statements.
7. Assess Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and
Communities
Knowledge, Values
Skills, Cognitive and
Affective Reactions and
Processes
Cites one source
where information
was acquired that
affirms the
conclusions stated
about this
community. States
the population
numbers, the
community location
and the sources of
income. Community
knowledge has been
evaluated but not
broadly described.
4
7.4 Assessment Count
Quality of the Social
Work Content
5
An accurate
explanation of the
Logic Model and an
7. Assess Individuals,
applicable theory to
Families, Groups,
describe how the
Organizations, and
situation occurred
Communities
and how it will be
rectified. All
7.4 Select appropriate
questions in the
intervention strategies
assignment are fully
based on the
answered and the
assessment, research
reviewer has a clear
knowledge, and values
picture of the
and preferences of clients community and its
and constituencies.
strengths and
weaknesses with a
time limit noted.
Knowledge, Skill
4
An accurate
presentation of the
Logic Model with a
theory presented
that could
relate…but not an
obvious
relationship
supported by
citations or data.
All questions in the
assignment are
mentioned but lack
details that provide
a clear picture of
the intended
outcome.
3
2
The Logic Model is No example Logic
suitable to
Model or Theory was
describe macro
submitted.
intervention but
lacks SMART or
logical outcomes.
There is little (less
than 2 citations)
evidence to
support the
change suggested
or the theory
selected to guide
the process.
Details that
provide a clear
picture of this
community are
missing.

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