Effective Planning Strategies for Program Implementation

Event Date: 
February 29, 2012 - 04:00pm to 05:30pm EST
March 01, 2012 - 11:00am to 12:30pm EST


Previous Safe and Supportive School webinars have addressed strategies for creating sustainable School Climate Teams [May and September 2011] and provided detail on the first three stages of a Planning Model to identify and implement programmatic interventions to improve school climate (Reviewing Data, Assessing Current Programmatic Interventions, and Identifying Changes or Needed Programmatic Interventions) [December 2011]. This webinar focused on the 4th stage of the Planning Model: planning for implementation.  Kim St. Martin, Assistant Director or Programming for Michigan's Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative, provided strategies for adjusting or developing new policies, systems and staff climate that will allow participants to effectively implement proven programs that achieve an improved school climate and enhance student achievement.  In particular, she:

  • Described the critical supports that should be in place to effectively implement and sustain a programmatic intervention,
  • Reviewed the types of data, policies and systems practitioners need at the school level

Intended Audience

This Webinar is appropriate for school district superintendents and allied staff, school administrators, school climate teams, student support personnel and any staff engaged in leading change.

February 29 Session

Download a live recording of the presentation featuring the West Virginia S3 Program (Windows Media Video)

Download the presentation slides featuring the West Virginia S3 Program (PDF)


March 1 Session

Download a live recording of the presentation featuring the Iowa S3 Program (Windows Media Viewer)

Download the presentation slides featuring the Iowa S3 Program (PDF)


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