Developed and designed by Jonathan Govias – www.jonathangovias.com

Logic Model v.2

INPUTS

OUTPUTS

OUTCOMES

PROGRAM INVESTMENT

ACTIVITIES

PARTICIPATION

SHORT

MEDIUM

LONG

Public funding

Private funding

Corporate funding

Time – high frequency

Teachers

El Sistema-trained  advisor

Musical Instruments

Local, de-centralized venues

Custom music materials

Volunteers

Identify target population

Identify social objective(s)

Coordinate resources with local partners

 

Develop curricula

Offer participatory musical experiences

within Social Learning Environments 

Train teachers

Develop active presence in community and schools

Showcase  and evaluate student  social and musical progress

Recruit new participants

Children

Parents, Guardians, Extended families

Local Schools faculty and administration

Community partners

Program Faculty

Provide safe, secure environment for at-risk children

Model the ideals of collaboration, compromise, mutual respect and negotiation through the medium of ensemble music

Provide focused, constructive musical activities for youth

Develop knowledge, understanding, and
a lifelong love  of music

Improve access to quality arts education

Increase enjoyable activities for children

Reduce children’s exposure to negative influences or high-risk behaviours.

Foster cognitive, social and emotional development in participants

Instill transferable practices of discipline, rigour, and self-application

Identification and nurturing of latent talent

Reduce youth offenses and lower incarceration or recidivism rates

Build outstanding citizens capable of compassionate and logical decision-making

Develop life-long learners with multiple intelligences

Prepare students for advanced study or careers in music

Build a working, replicable model that improves arts education sustainability