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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).
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 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.
The Hexagon Tool can be used by communities and organizations to better understand how a new or existing program or practice fits into an implementing site’s existing work and context.
Dean Fixsen from the National Implementation Science Network (NIRN) talks about the role leadership plays in implementing innovations.
After this lesson you will be able to identify criteria that distinguish a usable innovation as well as select and employ appropriate tools and processes for assessing the fit of an innovation.
A Usable Innovation needs to be teachable, learnable, doable, and readily assessed in practice if it is to be used effectively to reach all students who could benefit.