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References used to develop Module 1: An Overview of Implementation Science
File(s): Module 1 Reference Document.pdf
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
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.
A guide the provides learning resources on the Active Implementation Hub for the Active Implementation Frameworks’ concepts, practices, tools, and necessary skills.
Executive Leadership Sponsors champion and support State Transformation Specialists as they lead systemic change efforts across state, regional, district, and school levels.
State Transformation Specialists (STSs) lead systemic change efforts in implementation and scaling of evidence-based practices across state, regional, district, and school levels.
The purpose of the State Implementation Team (SIT) is to develop implementation capacity in the form of linked regional and district implementation teams and to manage the flow of information across teams.
The Purpose of the Usable Innovation Team (UIT) is to make effective innovations teachable, learnable, doable and observable in practice.
The BIT plays a critical role in ensuring teachers have the confidence and competence to use EBPs/EIIs with fidelity. They work closely with the District Implementation Team (DIT) to ensure teachers are supported and students are achieving intended outcomes.
The key function of the members of the DIT is to ensure that implementation capacity is developed at the school level in all schools, and that collectively the schools and District build the infrastructure needed for high fidelity implementation.
RITs develop the capacity in Districts to make full use of one or more EBP and/or EII with 60% or more of the schools/students in the region. RITs also are a conduit for information that needs to flow back to the SMT and SDT.
The purpose of the State Design Team (SDT) is to bring the initiatives together to work on the one thing they all have in common – the plans for each initiative need to be executed (implemented) if they are to be effective and sustainable and add to education success.
The SMT works with purveyors and intermediaries to develop knowledge and skills related to increasing implementation and scaling-up capacity. They work closely with other teams to promote alignment of systems as EBP/EII scaling-up decisions emerge.
This action plan provides coaches with a tool to set goals with coaching recipients and develop plans to achieve those goals.
The District Capacity Assessment (DCA) Action Plan is a tool is used for identifying and planning out action items based on DCA data.
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.
This one-pager provides a quick review of Implementation Drivers, as well an overview of the Selection Driver... including best practices and interview tips.
Implementation Teams employ improvement cycles in order to intentionally identify problems and solutions. Underlying the different types of improvement cycles described in this active implementation framework is the Plan, Do, Study, Act Cycle or PDSA Cycle.
A one-page action plan template for planning actions to follow the administration of the District Capacity Assessment.