Module 3 Summary

Key Takeaways

  1. Implementation Teams establish an aligned and linked teaming infrastructure that can help integrate, sustain, and scale-up innovations with fidelity over time.
  2. Implementation Teams support and sustain the widespread use of EBPs/EIIs by leveraging implementation science principles and using systems change best practices. Implementation Teams “Make it Happen”.
  3. Implementation Teams typically include 3 to 5 individuals with time allocated to engage in implementation infrastructure development.  This means face-to-face time as a team, as well as working between meetings.
  4. The primary functions of Implementation Teams are to:
    • Ensure Implementation
    • Engage the Community
    • Create Hospitable Environments
  5. Key teaming structures for an education system are:
    • Building Implementation Team (BIT)
    • District Implementation Team (DIT)
    • Regional Implementation Team (RIT)
    • State Implementation Team (SIT)

Capstone Activity 3.5
Creating an Implementation Team

This activity encourages you to identify potential Implementation Team members and responsibilities of team types, as well as consider team support strategies.

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