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This SISEP brief defines critical perspectives, why engagement is necessary, how to select and engage critical perspectives, and evaluate the process.
Fidelity is a complex concept and utilizing fidelity measurements and data at all levels of the teaming cascade is needed to support staff with implementation. This brief provides a deep dive into this concept, with real-world examples.
After completing this lesson about co-learning, you will be able to a) determine when and how to engage in co-learning and b) describe the importance of co-learning.
After completing this lesson, you will be able to explain why context is important, solicit information from a variety of perspectives, identify contextual barriers and assets, and engage in continuous problem-solving efforts/mitigating strategies.
After completing the Grow and Sustain Relationships lesson, you will be able to apply strategies to develop your self-awareness, identify components to build individual and systems level relationships, and recognize effective methods to give and receive feedback.
Active Implementation Formula Reflection Guide
Drivers Tip Sheet: Implementation Infrastructure
Community School Strategy Implementation Roadmap
How do we identify potential champions on a team and engage them in activities and reflective practices? Utilize this Engagement Tool to complete the four-step process of identification and reflection for champions.
This brief highlights similarities and differences between implementation science and improvement science, as well as how they can be used together to support programs and practices aiming to improve outcomes.
References used to develop Module 1: An Overview of Implementation Science
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).
Implementation Teams use Terms of Reference (ToR) or Working Agreements 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/Working Agreement.
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.
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.
After completing this lesson, Building Teams, you will be able to explain the importance of team cohesion and trust, identify team functions, and utilize the Stakeholder Engagement Guidance Tool to create a diverse team.

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