Category Archives: IDIO 2014 Conference

Presentations from the IDIO 2014 in New Orleans

Questions, Data, and Reports: Connecting the Data Dots Using the DaSy Framework System Design and Development Component

Four images: Data (ingredients), Information (cooling cake), Presentation (frosted cake), Knowledge (crumbs)

Presenters: Taletha Derrrington & Kathleen Hebbeler This 2014 workshop presentation explores connecting key policy questions with the data elements and reports needed to answer them using the DaSy framework. Interact to formulate key questions regarding outcomes for children and families; identify data elements from the DaSy Framework needed to answer key questions; create report templates […]

Ready for Phase II? Effective Strategic Planning

SSIP four quads: Problem, Why, What to do, How well working

Presenters: Grace Kelley, Taletha Derrington, Christina Kasprzak & Anne Lucas This 2014 session highlights the criteria of a high quality systemic improvement plan to be developed in Phase II of the SSIP and discusses what supports and resources states need to prepare for Phase II. Ready for Phase II? Effective Strategic Planning


Presenter: Kathleen Hebbeler This 2014 presentation was presented at the opening plenary of Improving Data, Improving Outcomes 2014. The presentation focuses on achieving good outcomes in early childhood through faithfully implemented recommended practices, well-functioning state systems, and valid and powerful data. WFSSVPDFIRPGO: Are We There Yet?

Under the Hood with the DaSy System Design and Development Framework: The Mechanics of a High Performance Data System

Presenters: Taletha Derrington, David Mills, Catherine Hancock, Kyla Patterson, Christy Cronheim, Rick Harris, & Emily Hackleman This 2014 presentation explores the DaSy System Design and Development Framework component, a tool that states can use to understand the mechanics of a high performance data system and assess where they are and where they could go next […]