The Logic Model is a powerful strategic tool for decision-making
EDUCATE's Expert-in-Residence, Dr Anissa Moeini, sat down with the Communications team to discuss the Logic Model, a fantastic device used extensively in the EDUCATE Programme, and introduced to its cohorts of EdTech companies almost immediately. It's a great little tool to get teams together and reach a better understanding of how a company or organisation demonstrates efficacy and impact with its educational intervention. A team can bring a Logic Model to life, and in turn, continuously improve their business and intervention. Doing so can also create stronger teams, with a stronger learning culture.
EdTech, impact, Theory of Change, logic model, learning tool
About the Authors:
Dr Anissa Moeini
Anissa is an EdTech entrepreneur, social scientist, and expert in the field of enterprise impact measurement. With a background in media and telecoms, Anissa identified the need to build research capacity in enterprises that is both agile for their pace of change and adaptable to the rhythm of SMEs. Through her doctoral research, she developed the Evidence-informed Learning Technology Enterprise (ELTE) Framework as a practical tool for companies and other non-academic stakeholders to support the evaluation of the efficacy of EdTech enterprises, and to build internal capacity to be evidence-informed.
A good story might write itself, but not without organisation. Running events, relationship managing your community, penning Tweets, SOPs, agendas, and coordinating projects is what Rowland does best, and they have been doing it since 2003. An occasional welfare officer, waterer and potter of office flora, AV technician, note-taker and EdTech crackerjack, Rowland also specialises in recruitment, quality management, pitch decks, graphic design, marcomms, and storytelling. Outside EDUCATE their activities include the hunt for early 90s techno, singing and music production, the rescue of tired bumblebees, and they are the artist and writer for an upcoming space opera webcomic.