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Webinar - Putting evidence to work: a school’s guide to implementation
In this webinar educators will learn about the six recommendations for good implementation.

These are:
1. Treating implementation as a process rather than an event.
2. Creating a leadership environment and school climate conducive to good implementation.
3. Define the problem you want to solve.
4. Creating a clear implementation plan.
5. Supporting staff, monitoring progress and solving problems.
6. Planning for sustaining and scaling the intervention.

The six recommendations are woven into the four key stages of implementation of 1) Explore, 2) Prepare, 3) Deliver and 4) Sustain. The stages and foundations of implementation will be investigated within the context of an Australian case study of a school’s improvement journey.

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Supporting materials:
- Guidance Report 'Putting evidence to work: a school’s guide to implementation' https://evidenceforlearning.org.au/guidance-reports/putting-evidence-to-work-a-schools-guide-to-implementation/
- Implementation in education: Findings from a Scoping Review https://evidenceforlearning.org.au/evidence-informed-educators/implementation-in-education/

Apr 2, 2019 6:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Robyn Mildon PhD
Executive Director, Centre for Evidence and Implementation (CEI)
Robyn Mildon PhD is the executive director of the Centre for Evidence and Implementation. Robyn has a long-standing career focused on the implementation, mainstreaming, and scaling-up of evidence to achieve social impact in a range of health and human service areas. She has led several national, ongoing initiatives aimed at improving the selection, and use of, evidence in real-world service and policy settings. Robyn has collaborated with both government and non-government agencies globally and a keynote speaker at many events. Robyn was the co-chair of the Global Evidence and Implementation Summit 2018, the founding chair of the Scientific Program Committee for the first and second Australian Implementation Conference and co-chair for the third Biennial Australasian Implementation Conference. She is the founding co-chair of the Knowledge Translation and Implementation Group with the Campbell Collaboration and holds an honorary Associate Professorship with the University of Melbourne.
Tanya Vaughan PhD
Associate Director, Evidence for Learning (E4L)
Tanya is Associate Director, Evidence for Learning and is responsible for the Teaching & Learning Toolkit. Tanya has worked in education in policy design and implementation in AITSL, ACARA and PAI. She has consulted on international and national projects in leadership in education and evaluation with Learning First and Educational Transformations. Tanya taught at the senior secondary level in science and coordinated Biology. Tanya has co-authored one international book, three chapters, seven journal articles and facilitated more than 70 presentations/workshops in educational research. Tanya has also published within her field of bioinformatics and genomics with five peer reviewed journal articles and eight conference presentations. Tanya became an Honorary Fellow at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne in 2011. Tanya holds a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Education, Professional Certificate in Instructional Leadership and Doctor of Philosophy.