Welcome to the Active Implementation Hub. This module provides an overview of Implementation Stages. Implementation Stages provide guidance to Teams on their journey to implement selected programs and practices. For applied purposes and illustration, the module uses state and local educational systems as context.
After this module, you should be able to:
- Define the 4 Implementation Stages
- Summarize the rationales for attending to Implementation Stages
- Identify Stages tools available for review and stage-based planning
- Using the Initiative Inventory, review past and current implementation practices
- Discuss a current or pending program through the lens of The Hexagon Tool and the Hexagon Discussion and Analysis Tool
- Complete a gap analysis for one stage of one initiative using the Stages of Implementation Analysis tool
- EBP – Evidence Based Program (or Practice)
- EII – Evidence Informed Innovation
Module Content Structure
This Module’s content is structured via three categories:
- Definitions – content that describes the meaning of an Active Implementation concept
- Rationale – content that provides a reason for doing something
- Key Functions – content that provides an overview of the specific components and actions related to the Active Implementation concept. In this module, we will be discussing the key functions related to Implementation Stages, and examples of their use in education.