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References used to develop Module 1: An Overview of Implementation Science
File(s): Module 1 Reference Document.pdf
Development of the Michigan Department of Education Multi-Tiered System of Supports Practice Profile
This brief highlights how the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) engaged systematically and purposefully in the practice profile development process to clearly define Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS).
File(s): 2021-MTSS Practice Profile.4.1.pdf
Implementation Teams use Terms of References (ToR) to provide clarity about the work of the team, help the team stay ‘on mission’ and orient new members. Use this activity with your team to organize and articulate a ToR.
Implementation Teams employ Active Implementation Frameworks in their work. Here are the five frameworks and descriptions.
Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) Cycles are used for rapid cycle problem solving in active implementation. Use of this PDSA Planning Template will help ensure there is clear communication, the plan is enacted, you begin to collect data to study, and you act on what was learned.
File(s): PDSA Template - Blank v2.pdf
This interactive lesson describes how to employ and document the key components in each Plan-Do-Study- Act (PDSA) Cycle phase and identify the importance of utilizing iterative PDSA cycles.
In order for a program or practice to be usable, it must be defined with sufficient detail to be implemented with fidelity, measured in use, and replicated across multiple settings.
This brief lesson supports your learning about how to collect and analyze data for the Initiative Inventory and use the results to inform selection, de-selection, and alignment decisions for practices or programs.
These tools can be used to plan and guide your team’s review of past and current programs to get a clear picture of successful strategies, and challenges, along with existing mandates and resource commitments.
The Implementation Stages Planning tool supports the identification of the current stage of implementation, as well as supports planning and improvement.
A tip sheet for administering capacity assessments with remote teams, developed by Ellen Nacik and John Gimpl, State Implementation Specialists with the Minnesota Department of Education.
The primary purpose of the State Capacity Assessment (SCA) is to assist state agency, regional education agencies, and school districts implement effective innovations that benefit students. (v26)
A guide the provides learning resources on the Active Implementation Hub for the Active Implementation Frameworks’ concepts, practices, tools, and necessary skills.
This publication serves as a technical paper or How-To-Guide through a detailed description of the intentional step-by-step process Kentucky’s executive leaders, educators, and stakeholders used to co-create a Mathematics Usable Innovation.
This webinar provides an overview of the commonalities and differences between Implementation Science and Improvement Science.
This course provides an overview of different capacity assessments, such as the Drivers Best Practices Assessment and the District Capacity Assessment, and instructions on the administration process.
The purpose of the Drivers Best Practices Assessment (DBPA) is to assist organizations in assessing their current supports and resources for quality use of selected programs or practices.
The DCA is an action assessment designed to help educational district leaders and staff better align resources with intended outcomes and develop action plans to support the use of effective innovations. Both the training and tool are available online.