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1 Dean L. Fixsen Michelle A. Duda Barbara Sims PBS Leadership Forum 2009 Integrated Systems to Support Implementation

2 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Education Improvement Innovative practices do not fare well in existing organizational structures and systems

3 © Fixsen & Blase, 2008 Performance Assessment Coaching Training Selection Systems Intervention Facilitative Administration Decision Support Data System Adaptive Technical Integrated & Compensatory Competency Drivers Organization Drivers Leadership Use Innovations for Student Benefits Teachers & Staff Graphics by Steve Goodman

4 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, for the State All Students & Families Building Teachers and Staff Building Leadership and Implementation Team District Leadership and Implementation Teams How is Support Provided to 1,800 Schools, 100,000 Staff and 750,000 Students? 1 for every group of 30 Buildings (N = 60 District Teams) 1 for every 10 RITs (N = 1.5 State Teams) 1 for each School Building (N = 1,800 Building Teams) Provide effective practices to educate and support students Improved academic and behavior outcomes Regional Implementation Teams State Transformation Team State Department of Education Leadership State 1 for every group of 4 District Teams (N = 15 Regional Teams) Graphics by Steve Goodman Selection, Training Coaching, Evaluation Organization Supports Systems Integration Selection, Training Coaching, Evaluation Organization Supports Systems Integration Selection, Training Coaching, Evaluation Organization Supports Systems Integration Selection, Training Coaching, Evaluation Organization Supports Systems Integration © Fixsen & Blase, 2008

5 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Implementation Science Impl. TeamNO Impl. Team Effective NOT Effective IMPLEMENTATION INTERVENTION 80%, 3 Yrs 14%, 17 Yrs

6 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Costs and Savings

7 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Do the Math Teachers and Staff School Team District Team Regional Team State Transformation Team Outcome =

8 State Management Team Implementation Team Innovation Teachers Students Policy Enabled Practice (PEP) Practice Informed Policy (PIP) System Change SISEP System Change Support

9 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Making use of Science Letting it happen o Recipients are accountable Helping it happen o Recipients are accountable Making it happen o Implementation teams are accountable Based on Greenhalgh, Robert, MacFarlane, Bate, & Kyriakidou, 2004

10 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Initiating and Managing Change Implementation Team(s) General Definition: Core group of individuals, who represent implementation expertise drawn from the various EBPs in use in a State, and who are charged with guiding the overall implementation process Benefits: Provides a focused and accountable structure to increase the likelihood that this effort will be sustained over time Scope of the initiative determines the scope of authority and the need for linked Implementation Teams

11 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Implementation Team A group that knows your state initiatives very well (formal and practice knowledge) A group that knows how to implement innovations with fidelity and good effect A group that accumulates data & experiential knowledge -- more effective and efficient over time (information economics, K. Arrow)

12 State Management Group State Transformation Team Regional Implementation Team N = 50 – 200 Schools First Regional Implementation Team N = 50 – 200 Schools Regional Implementation Team N = 50 – 200 Schools Regional Implementation Team N = 50 – 200 Schools IMPLEMENTATION CAPACITY FOR SCALING UP EBPs SISEP Support + 2 FTE Too many overqualified people

13 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Implementation Team Functions Moving the project through the stages of implementation Ensuring that the implementation drivers needed for fidelity and sustainability are integrated and successfully embedded in the overall effort Identify barriers and find solutions Identify facilitators and institutionalize them

14 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009

15 Integrated Training SAC SEL PBIS RTI CHOICES READING FIRST ITTAAP SSOS SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT ISTAC-P

16 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Collaborative Efforts for School Improvement for All Students Standards Aligned Curriculum Evidenced-based Practices Differentiation for Academic and Behavior Sustainability Family 3 Tiered Model of Intervention District Leadership Team Based Implementation Universal Screening Data-based Decision Making Progress Monitoring Common Core Concepts

17 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009

18 Common Core Elements Leadership & Commitment Family & Community Partners Team Based Implementation Data Based Decision Process Evidence Based Practices Professional Development & Coaching

19 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Non-Negotiables Family involvement/driven District leadership team -- external and internal coach structure Direct teaching and pre-corrections Communication to entire staff Guided practice with feedback Reinforcement Data based decision making with universal screener and progress monitoring Problem solving protocol with decision rules Differentiated Instruction

20 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Non-Negotiables Understanding for ALL the three tiered model of support Access and equity including LRE/EE students in their home school and least restrictive intervention/environment Coaching: 7 norms, effective meetings, and data driven Teaming/collaborating Adaptations Effective classroom teaching strategies Teaming Professional learning communities

21 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009

22 Integrated System for Student Achievement District System:

23 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Integrated System for Student Achievement Develop a multi-tiered statewide system of school improvement making education more effective and more efficient Support districts in the development of an infrastructure and processes necessary to implement and sustain evidence based practices Work within the context of the District Improvement Plan, this support will include a focus on the core elements

24 SYSTEMS PRACTICES DATA Supporting Staff Behavior Supporting Student Behavior OUTCOMES Supporting Social Competence, Academic Achievement and Safety Supporting Decision Making

25 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009

26 District Leadership Team Necessary Superintendent (or designee) Director of Curriculum & Instruction Director of Special Education Board Member Family member (not a district employee) Union representative District Level Coach* Encouraged ROE RESPRO Community Partner Principal Data Manager Special Ed Cooperative Representative

27 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Approach to Districts Installation District team membership ISSA Agreement 3-6 meetings to address core concepts Initial Implementation Development of Action Plan via District Improvement Plan Using Timetable start building system Problem Solve with District as roadblocks occur Collect information about what policies/practices need changing Work to resolve on regional/state/federal level

28 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 For More Information State Implementation and Scaling up of Evidence- based Practices (SISEP) Dean Fixsen, Karen Blase, Rob Horner, George Sugai Resources Tab Concept paper Annotated bibliography Data on scaling up Scaling up Briefs

29 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 For More Information Dean L. Fixsen, Ph.D Michelle A. Duda, Ph.D Frank Porter Graham Child Development Institute University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC

30 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 For More Information Fixsen, D. L., Naoom, S. F., Blase, K. A., Friedman, R. M. & Wallace, F. (2005). Implementation Research: A Synthesis of the Literature. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, The National Implementation Research Network (FMHI Publication #231). Download all or part of the monograph at: Implementation Research: A Synthesis of the Literature

31 Copyright © Dean L. Fixsen and Karen A. Blase, 2009 Thank You We thank the following for their support Annie E. Casey Foundation (EBPs and cultural competence) William T. Grant Foundation (implementation literature review) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (implementation strategies grants; NREPP reviews; SOC analyses of implementation; national implementation awards) Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (implementation research contract) National Institute of Mental Health (research and training grants) Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (program development and evaluation grants Office of Special Education Programs (Capacity Development Center contract) Agency for Children and Families (Child Welfare Leadership Development contract)


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