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The Exploration of Logic Model for After-school Programs focused on the Special Ability Aptitude Education in the Elementary Schools
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The Exploration of Logic Model for After-school Programs focused on the Special Ability Aptitude Education in the Elementary Schools
KIM, Hye-Sook;
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 Abstract
The evaluation of the after-school program depends on whether it achieves its objectives or not so far which makes that it is not easy to figure out which mechanism is attributed to the consequences of the program. This study aims at developing the logic model of the after-school program and follows the processes such as literature review, opinion survey by specialists and in-depth interview with stakeholders. The target program of the study was focused on the special ability aptitude education in the elementary schools. The initial developed theory model was validated and finalized through being reviewed by specialists and teachers in charge of target schools. Based on the framework of logic model, the models are composed of context, components, activities, output/short term outcomes, and long term outcomes. As the key factors of the after-school program, amicable communication between the stakeholders, quality of the program in itself, follow-up management, counseling and guidance for students, instructors` expertise, and quality management of the program were drawn.
 Keywords
After-school program;Special ability aptitude education;Logic model;Theory-driven evaluation;
 Language
Korean
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