Full Implementation Stage

An implementation stages diagram with the fourth stage highlighted

Involves:

  • Teachers skillfully employing new practices
  • An infrastructure to support teachers
  • Integrating new learning at all levels in classroom building and district

Full implementation occurs as teachers skillfully provide new programs and outcomes are achieved. New learning at all levels becomes integrated into classroom, building and district settings. In full implementation, the processes and procedures to support the new way of work are in place. The system has largely been recalibrated to accommodate and support the new ways of work.

The time it takes to move from initial implementation to full implementation will vary depending upon the complexity of the new program or innovation as well as the development of the infrastructure to support teachers and the availability of implementation supports and resources.