Microlesson: Exploring families and communities as co-creation partners
Microlesson: Using Triple P Fidelity Data to Improve Practitioners’ Delivery of Triple P
This Implementation Capacity for Triple P (ICTP) microlesson simulates the use of Triple P fidelity data from a fictional community, “Grand County,” to improve practitioners’ delivery of Triple P. The integration and use of community-wide fidelity data in practitioners’ ongoing Triple P coaching practices is reviewed.
Microlesson: Using Triple P Fidelity Data to Improve Your Community Triple P Implementation Infrastructure
This microlesson simulates the use of Triple P fidelity data from a fictional community, “Grand County,” to improve that community’s Triple P implementation infrastructure and practices. The aims are to better support practitioners in key areas of Triple P delivery and to improve fidelity assessment practices across the community.
Learning Module 9: Putting in Place Community-wide Triple P Fidelity Assessment Practices
This Implementation Capacity for Triple P (ICTP) learning module simulates the development of a community-wide Triple P fidelity assessment plan for a fictional community, “Grand County.” Learning objectives include (1) describing the importance of program fidelity and (2) creating a community-wide Triple P fidelity assessment plan.
Microlesson: Triple P Fidelity Assessment Resources and Strategies
Learning Module 8: Building a Community Coaching System
This module will lead the learner through applying coaching best practices across Triple P practitioners in your community coalition by developing a community Triple P coaching system. The learner will walk through building a Community Coaching System plan with the Grand County Implementation Team.
Learning Module 7: Community Coaching System - Coaching Best Practices for Triple P Practitioners
This online learning module will support learners in identifying implementation best practices for coaching. The learner will view examples of existing supports for practitioners in fictional Grand County.
Co-Creation Video: Leading change through the power of diverse voices
This is a short animated video that explains and models the co-creation process and outcomes
Acumen's Adaptive Leadership Team Course
Acumen's free Adaptive Leadership Team Course: Mobilizing for change and disrupting the status quo, will teach the participant how to:
- Find the root cause of a stubborn and recurring challenge in your organization, team or community,
- Partner with people in positions of authority or power,
- Recognize your role in the challenge and use your own power to get to a solution,
- Lead adaptively amidst times of mistrust, resistance, conflict, and distress.
NIRN's Communications Protocol - Linking Teams Lesson
To be effective, useful to the work of the organization, and include all appropriate levels, communication must be strategically planned and consciously monitored. This lesson from the National Implementation Research Network's (NIRN) active implementation hub introduces you to a tool for creating a strategic plan for communication in your organization.
NIRN's PDSA Lesson
This interactive lesson from the National Implementation Research Network's (NIRN) active implementation hub describes how to employ and document the key components in each Plan-Do-Study- Act (PDSA) Cycle phase and identify the importance of utilizing iterative PDSA cycles. After the lesson, you should be able to apply a PDSA cycle to successfully engage in problem-solving as a Team.
Learning Module 6: Implementing a Decision-Support Data System
This module covers the basics of building a decision-support data system (DSDS), including: 1) how to decide what questions you want to answer and what data you want to collect 2) how to collect the data in a way that balances burden and quality of data 3) how to use the data you collect to drive decision-making and improvement and 4) building an accountability plan for your DSDS.
Learning Module 5: Administering and Utilizing the Implementation Drivers Assessment for Agencies Implementing Triple P Interventions (IDA-TP)
This module instructs learners to assess the capacities of coalition service agencies to implement Triple P fully and effectively by demonstrating knowledge of the theory behind the IDA-TP, utilizing the IDA-TP protocol for reliable administration, scoring the IDA-TP following administration, and utilizing IDA-TP results for action planning.
Learning Module 4: Managing Coalition Implementation Team Tasks and Establishing a Coalition Leadership Team
In this module, participants will learn how to manage and assign tasks to the coalition implementation team and develop a strong coalition leadership team to ensure community-wide ownership and decision-making for parenting support across communities.
Learning Module 3: Building a Coalition Implementation Team
In this module, participants learn to develop a coalition implementation team, manage the day to day operations of a coalition, and effectively gain leadership involvement.
Microlesson: Communication Basics
This interactive tool explores the fundamentals of how community conversations influence and are influenced by context factors in the community.
Intermediary Organization Overview Video
This short video provides an overview of intermediary organizations and the types of support they provide, including Proactive and Responsive Implementation Support; Partnership Engagement and Communication; Workforce Development; Research, Evaluation, and Data Linking; and Policy and Finance support.
Learning Module 2: Community Readiness for Scaling-up Triple P, Part 2
In this module, participants gain hands-on experience identifying ready agencies, evaluators, funders, and community members for their Community Coalition.
Learning Module 1: Community Readiness for Scaling Up Triple P
In this module, participants learn strategies to successfully recruit co-creation partners for a successful, sustainable implementation of Triple P scale-up.