Full Implementation Stage

Outcomes of Full Implementation:

  • Data are used regularly to inform decision-making and improve implementation of the practice or program. 
  • Sustained use of the practice or program with all practitioners delivering with fidelity and ease 
  • Evidence that identified outcomes are improving through the use of the practice or program. 

An implementation stages diagram with the fourth stage highlighted

Full implementation occurs as practitioners skillfully implement the new practice or programs and outcomes are achieved. The practice or program is now the new way of work, and lessons learned from the state agency to the classroom become integrated. In full implementation, the system is mostly recalibrated as processes and procedures are in place to support the new way of work. The time it takes to move from initial implementation to full implementation will vary depending upon the complexity of the new practice or program, the development of the infrastructure to support practitioners, and the availability of implementation support and resources. 

Activity 1.2
Getting started with Implementation Stages

How do you start engaging in stage-based implementation activities? Review the Module 1 material on Implementation Stages then consider these questions.  We encourage you to discuss these with your team and/or to write down your responses.

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