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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.
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.
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 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. View the interactive lesson and download companion resources.
Coaching targets four general phases of learning. In this interactive lesson, learn about those phases and how to use data to identify your recipient’s current phase of learning so that you can use your coaching supports wisely.
In this interactive lesson, you will learn to deliver effective and efficient prompting, performance feedback, and scaffolding.
This interactive lesson introduces a research-based approach to the coaching process and its essential components.
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.
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.
To be effective, useful to the work of the organization and include all appropriate levels, communication must be strategically planned and consciously monitored. This lesson introduces you to a tool for creating a strategic plan for communication in your organization.
Coaching not only expands the knowledge and skills taught in training, but also builds competence and confidence in delivering the innovation.
Selection refers to the purposeful process of recruiting, interviewing, and hiring ‘with the end in mind’. This lesson will introduce you to the Selection Driver, review best practices for Selection, and provide an opportunity to apply these concepts.
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.
This interactive lesson describes the key functions of the Stages of Implementation Analysis planning tool and high level activities related to the stages of implementation
This 5-minute presentation provides a quick overview of Implementation Science and the National Implementation Research Network's Active Implementation Frameworks.
Practice profiles enable a program to be teachable, learnable, and doable in typical human service settings.
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.
This lesson provides a quick overview of the Coaching System Development Worksheet along with research and rationales supporting the use of coaching to build your implementation capacity.
This lesson provides a quick overview of the Training Plan Template, a planning tool designed to help guide your Team’s planning process in developing a training program.