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Head Start Logic Model

PPD 542 Week 03 Assignment 01
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Karen Logan

on 2 July 2013

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Transcript of Head Start Logic Model

Activities:
Outputs:
Short-Term Outcomes:
Intermediate Outcomes:
Resources:
U.S. Department of
Health and Human Services

Nutrition assessment
Health screenings
Serve healthy meals
Comply with food safety laws
Involve children in food activities
Provide educational material to families on nutrition
Mealtime/Snacks

Nutrition reports
Eat better foods
at preschool
Make healthy
nutritional choices
Long-Term Outcomes:
“Advocates healthy
nutritional practices”
Activities:
Outputs:
Short-Term Outcomes:
Intermediate Outcomes:
Child-proofed rooms
Adult supervision
Gross motor activities
Washing hands
Brushing teeth
Safe rooms for children
Self-care instructions and practice
"To develop a safe and interesting place for learning which allows children to takes risks while exploring their new environment;”
“To support the emerging language skills of children by providing daily opportunities for each child to interact with others and to express himself/herself freely”
safe environment to explore and learn
“To create opportunities for fine motor development that encourage the control and coordination of small, specialized motions such as using the eyes, mouth, hands, and feet”
Develop self-feeding skills
Develop motor skills
“Social competence in children”
Long-Term Outcomes:
"Encourages self-sufficiency”
Activities:
Outputs:
Short-Term Outcomes:
Intermediate Outcomes:
Parents invited to volunteer in classroom
Home visits
Take-home folders
Parent/teacher conferences
Communication between parents and class
On-going assessment from teacher/parent conferences
Parents volunteer in classroom

“To build secure relationships
among teachers, parents, and children”
Parents spend more time with children
Long-Term Outcomes:
“Increases parent involvement”
Activities:
Outputs:
Short-Term Outcomes:
Intermediate Outcomes:
Large group activities
Small group activities
Center time
Story time
Outdoor play, weather permitting
Curriculum
Classroom routines

“To provide an emotionally supportive atmosphere which allows children to explore the environment according to their developmental levels”
To provide early learning foundations
Develop language skills
Develop pre-reading skills
Develop interest in reading, writing and numbers
Long-Term Outcomes:
• "Promotes intellectual and cognitive development”
• “Improves physical and mental health”
• “Enhances student achievement”
HEAD START
Reference: Headstart. 2012-2013j. Region 16 Education Service Center. Retrieved from: http://www.esc16.net/default.aspx?name=Headstart.home
The Head Start program encourages self-sufficiency, healthy habits, early learning foundations and improved family relationships. These core skills and values will prepare children for public school and create healthier home environments. It is well worth continued funding.
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