Welcome to the new and improved Active Implementation Hub.
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Based on research and field learning, NIRN has developed five overarching frameworks referred to as the Active Implementation Frameworks to support agencies and organizations with implementation.
Select links below to explore the Active Implementation Frameworks.
Socially Significant Outcomes
Implementation Support Practitioner (ISP) Core Competencies
Do you support an implementation team or coordinate implementation activities? Explore activities and resources that are specific to the work of leading and coordinating your agency’s implementation efforts.
Select links below to explore each competency.
Updates and New Resources
An Implementation Support Practitioner can gain knowledge of the context through an empathy interview as part of the design process in supporting agencies with implementation.
Capacity assessments refer to having an internal process for addressing implementation barriers. This document was created as a guide and example for implementation teams in the process of creating their own contextualized process.
SISEP Blog: Why Intentional Planning is Needed for Scaling
Utilize this tool as an Implementation Support Practitioner to learn the contextual information about an organization and how it relates to their capacity.
SISEP Blog: Let's "Dig" into Why Implementation Support Practitioners are Needed in Education
Practice profiles enable a program to be teachable, learnable, and doable in typical human service settings. You will find multiple examples of practice profiles to further your understanding of their content. Examples are included from the Michigan Department of Education, the Colorado Department of Education, and the Wisconsin Department of Education.
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