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The Practice Guide to Supporting Implementation identifies the competencies that implementation support practitioners need to support the effective implementation and scaling of evidence-informed practices, programs and policies, to improve outcomes for people and communities.
Some organizations may find they do not have the capacity to transform the entire system simultaneously. This brief provides two different examples of a State Education Agency's path to systemic change, and the facilitators and barriers to consider.
This white paper, released by SISEP and the Kentucky Department of Education, shares Kentucky's journey and learnings from using implementation science to improve student outcomes.
The Active Implementation Early Childhood Specialist Toolkit was developed to help Head Start Early Childhood Specialists conduct implementation-informed process consultation and build Head Start Grantees' capacity. The toolkit contains tools and resources to help grantees use implementation best practices in their work.
Here is a comprehensive list of the AI Hub Modules PDF versions.
Learning pathways in implementation science serve as structured routes for individuals to effectively acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies to translate evidence-based interventions into real-world settings.
Formally known as “modules” on the AI Hub, we have condensed the information into document overviews. Before beginning your journey of implementation, take a moment to read and learn more about the five active implementation frameworks.
Individually or as a team to complete this Active Implementation Frameworks capstone activity. You will read the two district scenarios provided. Once read, answer the reflection questions to meet the learning objectives from the Active Implementation Framework Overview.
The purpose of this activity is to provide you and/or your Team with the space to discuss and reflect on the components of the Plan-Do-Study-Act Cycle (PDSA) and apply it to your work.
As you are working on building coaching in your team or organization, read the article. Then, as an individual or with your team, respond to the questions.
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