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Developing State Capacity to
Effectively Implement Educational
Practices
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For Whom, What Outcomes, & What
Strategies?
Effectiveinterventionpractices
+
Effectiveimplementationstrategies
=
Positive outcomes for students & Families
This combination of factors reliably
produces desired outcomes
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Start with the “end” in mind
• Develop capacityof Michigan to
implementanyevidence-based
practice with fidelity and good
outcomes
• De-silo implementationof evidencebased practices, innovations,
legislative mandates in the State
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Start with the “end” in mind
• Interventionsthat are and remain effective
through several generations of teachers,
principals, superintendents, and State and
national leaders
• Implementation supportsthat are and remain
effective through several generations of
trainers, coaches, evaluators,
administrators, and State leaders
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Michigan Implementation Network
Two Levels of Activity
Simultaneous work on two closely related
yet distinct levels of activity.
Interventions
Implementation Network
Implementation-level activity is
considered to be distinct from
intervention-level activity.
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The Michigan Implementation Network
(MIN) is an initiative to develop a
systematic framework for applying
implementation research in order to:
 Improve the fidelity of effective
practices
 Enhance the sustainability of
implementation efforts
 Scale-up successful programs and
practices
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Implementation 101:
Moving from Theory
to Practice
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Practice Selection
“IS IT THE RIGHT THING
TO DO?”
“CAN WE DO IT THE RIGHT
WAY?”
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innovation
fluency
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*it’s the
what
implementation
fluency
*it’s the
how
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implementation
stages
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implementation
drivers
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Student Benefits
Performance Assessment
(Fidelity)
Coaching
System
Intervention
Training
Integrated &
Compensatory
Facilitative
Administration
Selection
Decision
Support Data
System
Leadership
Technical
Adaptive
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improvementcycles
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“For every increment of
performance I demand from
you, I have an equal
responsibility to provide you
with the capacity to meet that
expectation”
(R. Elmore, 2002)
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Framework for Addressing Practice and Supports
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WHERE ARE PRACTICES IMPLEMENTED?
STATE TEAM
Providing feedback and
data on implementation
efforts
ISD TEAM
District Team
DISTRICT TEAM
Providing supports for
effective practices
implemented with fidelity
BUILDING TEAM
BUILDING STAFF &
STUDENTS
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1. Are we doing the best stuff to assure our
students are ready to belong and be
successful in their community?
2. Is the community ready to support our
students to belong and succeed as they
transition into their community?
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Student Benefits
Performance Assessment
(Fidelity)
Coaching
System
Intervention
Training
Integrated &
Compensatory
Facilitative
Administration
Selection
Decision
Support Data
System
Leadership
Technical
Adaptive
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The Link to Transition Practice
Thinking Through Implementation
to Uncommon Practice…
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Performance Improvement Strands
2009-2012
1. Transition planning process improvement:
• IEP compliance measurement/data
collection
• IEP planning process improvement
2. Statute/evidence-based community capacitybuilding:
3. Transition leadership capacity-building:
• Adaptive leadership
• Technical leadership
4.
Student outcome measurement/data collection
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Adaptive
The act or process of adapting
1. adjustment to environmental conditions
or modification of a (system) or its parts that
makes it more fit for existence under the
conditions of its environment
2. something that is adapted; specifically: a
composition revised into a new form
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Leadership
The “process of social influence in which one person can
enlist the aid and support of others in the accomplishment
of a common task”.
1.
"Leadership is ultimately about creating a way for
people to contribute to making something
extraordinary happen.“
Alan Keith of Genentech
2.
“Effective leadership is the ability to successfully
integrate and maximize available resources within the
internal and external environment for the attainment of
organizational or societal goals."
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National Perspective: What are the TOP issues
facing transition practice implementation?
1. SCHOOL COMPLETION
2. SOLID TRANSITION ASSESSMENTS WHICH ARE
THE BUILDING BLOCK FOR B-13 COMPLIANCE
AND SCHOOL COMPLETION
3. SCHOOLS ARE BECOMING COMPLIANT WITH B-13,
BUT NOW THERE ARE QUALITY ISSUES AROUND
STUDENT INVOLVEMENT AND AGENCY SUPPORT
4. EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICES NOT BEING USED
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The Opportunity: Re-think
how we integrate our
transition practice in a time
of ‘new context’!
(adapt/innovate)
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Secondary Transition Practice
and Dropout Prevention in Michigan
•
Michigan Transitions Outcome Project (MI-TOP)
integrated the results and compliance indicators:
1, 2, 13, & 14
•
Adaptive Leaders take steps for a moral imperative:
success for each and every student
•
Built consensus for a deep driver of improvement:
Self-determination & Student Engagement
•
Early Warning Signs reflect Student Engagement
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Early Warning Signs: Evidence-based
Practice- Use of Longitudinal Data
1st Cohort of Reaching & Teaching Struggling Learners
(RTSL) Teams high value for EWS as a screener
(alignment with RTI)
Team reflection of additional data to select
interventions based on: Model Schools’ 4 Learning
Criteria use as additional data
1. Stretch learning Data
2. Core Academic Data
3. Personal and Social Skills Data
4. Student Engagement Data
-International Center for Leadership in Education
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Early Warning Signs and
System Level Interventions
RTSL success led to prototype for State
Superintendent’s Dropout Challenge1100 schools joined (K-12)
Dropout Challenge led to Title II D ARRA funds
for EWS data at regional data warehouse
2nd Cohort will benefit from aggregate reports
of EWS
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Building Level Supports for Use of
Early Warning Signs
Student Benefits
Coaching
Collaborative
Data
Inquiry Skills
Performance Assessment
(Fidelity)
Coaching
System
Intervention
Training
EWS &
SW/IEPs
Facilitative
Administration
Integrated &
Compensatory
Selection
Multi-disciplinary
Leadership team
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Decision
Support Data
System
Leadership
Technical
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Adaptive
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What system level
supports help building
level implementation?
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Building Level Supports-EWS use
Student Benefits
Michigan Dept. of Ed.
Title IID ARRA $ for
EWS grades 3-12
Performance Assessment
(Fidelity)
Coaching
System
Intervention
Training
Integrated &
Compensatory
Selection
Leadership
Technical
Adaptive
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Graduation Town online
Facilitative
Administration
Decision
Support
Data
System
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SEA Data & leaders
ISD Data & leaders
HS & MS principals w/
School Imp. staff
Collaborative Data
Inquiry (CDI) & EWS
Cohort students w/IEPs
& risk for dropout
How do RTSL school experiences support
Adaptive Leaders in Transition?
Is the student ready for the community? Is the community
ready for the student? Support Scenarios:
State - Shared Youth Vision Partnership is using EWS
framework WIA Youth, Foster Care, Michigan Rehabilitation
Services
Region - Monitoring Electronic Workbook employs probe
questions regarding Early Warning Signs
Building - Middle school interventions are aligned with more
success at entry into 9th grade….On and Off track for
graduation may lead to Indicator 14?
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The Michigan Implementation Network
(MIN) is an initiative to develop a
systematic framework for applying
implementation research in order to:
 Improve the fidelity of effective
practices
 Enhance the sustainability of
implementation efforts
 Scale-up successful programs and
practices
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Supporting Michigan’s
implementation capacity
to ensure students
receive high quality
instruction and
intervention.
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• Leisa Gallagher – [email protected]
• Chuck Saur – [email protected]
• Beth Steenwyk - [email protected]
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