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Pacific Education Research Resource Modules

 

The Pacific Education Research Resource (PERR) is an innovative computer-based, interactive set of two modules. The first module, the Education Logic Model (ELM) Application, is designed to guide users through creating a logic model for planning and evaluating programs. The second module, the Program Outcomes, Measures, and Targets (POMT) Application, helps users monitor their programs by providing a method to assess progress and identify and resolve issues.

 

 

 

Module 1: Education Logic Model Application


The ELM Application is a downloadable computer app that runs locally on Google Chrome and does not require you to connect to the internet. The program will guide you through a series of questions, and give you opportunities to enter your program resources, actions, and outcomes. Once all of your program information is entered, you will be prompted to draw lines between each component, illustrating their cause-and-effect relationships. The end result is a printable logic model which functions as a map for you and your team, visually connecting intended activities with intended outputs and outcomes. 

 

The ELM app has now been updated to version 1.03, with improved saving features and bug fixes, as well as all four quick reference guides. To read more about the benefits of using logic models, the ELM Application, and how to download, please visit the ELM page.

 

The ELM Introduction Video

 

 

 

 

Module 2: Program Outcomes, Measures, and Targets Application


For teachers, administrators, policy makers, and evaluators, program monitoring can be an important method for ensuring that programs run smoothly. The POMT module helps you create an ongoing plan for monitoring, measuring, and tracking outcomes over time to evaluate program effectiveness.

 

The POMT app has now been updated to version 1.03, with bug fixes and all four quick reference guides. To read more about the benefits of using program monitoring, the POMT Application, and how to download, please visit the POMT page.