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SWIFT Unscripted invited Caryn Ward from NIRN to provide an insightful interview on Implementation Drivers and their role in school transformation.
A Decision Support Data System (DSDS) is a system for identifying, collecting, and analyzing data that are useful to the staff and leadership of the implementing agencies. The data system needs to provide timely, accurate, and reliable data for decision-making.
In this clip, Dean Fixsen introduces the Implementation Drivers and talks about their importance in assuring fidelity and outcomes. (1 min. 53 sec.)
Coaching is regular, embedded professional development designed to help staff use a new program or practice. In this short lesson we’ll provide an overview of Coaching, and then give you an opportunity to apply the concepts presented.
As you are working on building coaching in your team or organization, read the following article. Then, as an individual or with your team, respond to the questions.
The Fidelity Driver is key to effective implementation. In this lesson you will learn how to inventory your system for existing fidelity data & begin using fidelity data as a system diagnostic tool.
An interview with Melissa Van Dyke about creating readiness for change.
Using content from Module 2 and the Implementation Drivers diagram, try summarizing Implementation Drivers and their components in a few short sentences.
To what degree do you have control and responsibility over Implementation Driver resources, personnel, or processes? This activity will help you quickly assess locus of responsibility in your system.
Integration of Implementation Drivers is a key facet of doing Active implementation. Using the Implementation Drivers diagram, map your current, then improved information/communication pathways between Drivers. Then name three ways to get there.
Selection of staff, from an Active Implementation perspective is different from “selection as usual” in two important ways. Review the two distinctions, and then try to apply the two concepts in your setting or to your initiative.
Map the levels of quality and effort being applied to Competency Drivers for a current program or innovation. This activity will help you with action planning as you zero in on Drivers that can benefit from more effort and/or attention.
Karen Blase from the National Implementation Science Network (NIRN) explains Implementation Drivers and what to do if you already have staff in place.
Implementation Drivers are the key components of capacity that enable the success of innovations in practice. Implementation Drivers assure development of relevant competencies, necessary organization supports, and engaged leadership.