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Implementation Science Training Institute for North Country Schools & Partners
Dates: Wednesday, November 28th and Thursday, November 29th, 2018 from 8:00 to 3:30
Location: Town & Country Motor Inn, Route 2, Gorham, NH
Cost: Free for eligible participants with optional cost-sharing for follow-up coaching (if desired, decide after training).
Eligible participants: SAUs 3, 7, 20, 35, 36, 58, 68, 77 & 84, and as space allows SAUs 9 & 23. Additionally, as space allows, teams from children/family-serving agencies in the region overlapping these North Country SAUs (as part of a school/district team or a single organization team or a multi-agency team).
Register the team: Online registration
The purpose of this training is to assist agencies and practitioners 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
Explore how practices are sustained
Key features of and reasons to use Implementation Science in the field
Selection/identification of a practice worth implementing
Exploration and initial application of the elements of effective implementation of evidence based practices
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Teams who are responsible for implementing practices and/or are supporting large scale initiatives. This learning forum will be an introduction to the implementation science through team application and activities. Teams will benefit the most if they have a key practice or initiative they are planning or currently implementing.
ABOUT IMPLEMENTATION SCIENCE:
This training will allow teams to apply the proven principles and features of Implementation Science to real life practice/s they select. Understanding the key elements of implementation helps agencies and schools to more effectively choose and implement a new practice or initiative (such as Multi-Tiered Systems of Support in Schools, Trauma-Sensitive Schools, PBIS, SEL curriculum, etc.).
Beth A Steenwyk, BS, MS, EPFP Fellow, Certified Mediator, specializes in the area of systems design and effective implementation practices for education and human services. Recognized as having an expertise in the development and implementation of large-scale initiatives Beth has provided consultative support, technical assistance and training to 6 (six) state education agencies, a State Community Mental Health Improvement Grant and select national organizations. In New Hampshire, Beth has been facilitating implementation science related efforts for the Parent Information Center, the UNH Institute on Disability, and the iSocial project of NH State Personnel Development Grant.
Register the team: Online registration
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Unless otherwise noted, all sessions held at:
North Country Education Services
300 Gorham Hill Road
Gorham, NH 03581
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Registration questions may be directed to email@example.com or by calling 603-466-5437.
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Cancellation Policy for Professional Development Events
All received registrations are subject to Cancellation/Refund policy. A full refund will be made for cancellations sent via email 7 days before the event.
Refunds will not be given if the request is received less than 7 days prior to the event.
Refunds will not be given for “no shows”.
NCES accepts substitution of another person. 24 hour advanced notice is appreciated.*Registration fee or signed Purchase Order is due on or before the event.
NCES reserves the right to postpone or cancel events.