Introduction

Implementation Teams consist of the people who do the work of implementation (Stages, Drivers, and Improvement Cycles) with Usable Innovations. They develop and sustain capacity to assure intended academic and behavioral outcomes are realized. The work of Implementation Teams requires knowledge, skills, and abilities that are available, but not commonly used deliberately. For applied purposes and illustration, this module uses state and local educational systems as context. This module is designed to assist educators (e.g., in schools, districts and state agencies) in building Active Implementation capacity to ensure improved academic and behavioral outcomes for all students.

 

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Handout 1: The Active Implementation Frameworks

This module references the Active Implementation Frameworks throughout. For a quick, one-page review of the frameworks, see Handout 1.

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