Tag Archives: SE2b

Working with Stakeholders to Identify Potential Improvement Strategies for Program Improvement (Including the SSIP)

This 2015 quick reference guide is designed to assist states in understanding what information needs to be available in order for stakeholders to assist in selecting potential improvement strategies that will increase capacity of LEAs, EIS programs, and practitioners to improve results for infants, toddlers and their families or for young children with disabilities. The […]

Leading by Convening: A Blueprint for Authentic Engagement

Leading By Convening model

This 2014 guide is a blueprint for authentically engaging stakeholders in learning partnerships across families, practitioners, administrators, and policymakers to build relationships necessary to carry out Individuals Disabilities Education Act (IDEA). The following elements of Stakeholder Engagement are addressed: SE1, activities on pages 57-58, 67-68 SE1a, pages 6-7, 13, 16, 17; activity on pages 92-93 […]

Engaging Families with Data: Helping Families Participate in Conversations about Data at Various Levels within the System

Presenters: Siobhan Colgan, Darla Gundler, Judy Swett, Lissette Saavedra, & Melissa Raspa This 2014 session highlights the importance of family involvement in data discussions at all levels within the system. Ways to inform and engage families in conversations about local program and state level data are discussed. Engaging Families with Data: Helping Families Participate in […]

SSIP Overview: State Experiences with Stakeholder Engagement

This 2014 webinar is Part 1 of a 3-Part State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) webinar series. The webinar provides an overview of the SSIP, including information about the SSIP phases and components; ideas for using implementation science throughout the development and implementation of the SSIP; and several resources that support planning of SSIP activities and […]

State Approaches to Engaging Local K-12 Stakeholders

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This 2012 document discusses the strategies used and lessons learned by Virginia, Oregon, Iowa, and Washington, DC through efforts to engage with stakeholders. These states offer insights for both engaging with and understanding the needs of districts, and using that knowledgewhen developing statewide data systems. The following elements of Stakeholder Engagement are addressed: SE1a, SE1b, […]

Internal Stakeholder Engagement Workshop Toolkit

This 2012 tool contains strategies for engaging key internal stakeholders via authentic participation in decision-making. It provides useful tips for effective facilitation, recording, and reporting back to stakeholders. The following elements of Stakeholder Engagement are addressed: SE1a, pages 4-6, 8, 11 SE1c, pages 9, 13, 15 SE2a, pages 7, 12, 16, 26 SE2b, pages 6-7, […]