Format: PresentationsAssessing and Improving Your SSIP Data Quality to Support Your Results
This workshop engaged participants in identifying data quality issues that interfere with assessing progress in SSIP implementation and improvement toward the SiMR. A facilitated discussion focused on strategies for improving data quality to support decisionmaking and achievement of results.
Format: PresentationsUnderstanding Data Quality in the Context of the State Systemic Improvement Plan
During this session, the presenter applied IDC’s working principles of high-quality data to the SSIP. The presenter focused on applying the principles of data quality at each step in the SSIP evaluation.
Format: PresentationsDeveloping a Logic Model for Your SSIP Evaluation
This presentation focuses on the role that developing a logic model has in overall SSIP evaluation planning.
Format: PresentationsPerformance Indicators As a Tool for Measuring Progress Toward a SiMR
This presentation provides guidance on the evaluation of SSIP by differentiating between evaluating implementation and impact and reviews possible measures of progress toward achieving the SIMR. Participants discussed and provided input into development of an IDC white paper on the topic. Currently, the white paper is in draft form and undergoing revisions based on input from the field. The published paper will be posted to the IDC Resource Library and affiliated as a related resource to the handout already posted for this session.
Format: PresentationsBuilding an SSIP Evaluation Plan
The information provides guidance on developing an evaluation plan by differentiating implementation and impact. Topics addressed include translating theory of action into specific evaluation questions and possible formative and summative measures for evaluation. Helpful handouts are included.
Format: PresentationsEquity, Inclusion, and Opportunity: Getting SSIP Results by Addressing Success Gaps
The presentation provides a self-assessment rubric that can help states and local districts view their school/district programs and practices with an "equity" lens and help states and LEAs understand the reasons for discrepancies in outcomes between certain groups of students. Helpful handouts are included.
Format: PresentationsThe Basics of Implementation Science
The presentation presents an overview on developing an infrastructure that supports implementation, scale-up, and sustainability of effective practices and highlights core components of implementation. Highlighted components include: Implementation Stages, Implementation Drivers, Implementation Teams, Usable Interventions, and Improvement Cycles.