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Moving from pockets of innovation to service delivery systems

Moving FROM POCKETS OF INNOVATION TO SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS

NCEA – Special Needs Conference

January 17 – 19, 2010

Anaheim, CA

Martin Scanlan

Marquette University


Moving from pockets of innovation to service delivery systems

Goal

Cultivate integrated, inclusive systems of service delivery that comprehensively address students’ special needs in your Catholic school community

  • Students’ special needs

  • Your Catholic school community


Pockets of innovation

Pockets of Innovation

Students’ special needs are frequently met through the innovative efforts and commitments of individuals

  • Within schools

  • Across systems of schools


Service delivery from having a plethora of programs

Service delivery: From having a plethora of programs…

Who’s on first?

What’s on second?

I don’t know’s on third!

Resource Room Teacher

Paraprofessional Support / Aides

Math Coach

Speech and Language Pathologist

Special Education Teacher

School

Psychologist

Bilingual Resource Teacher

Home-School Liason

Title I teacher

Counselor

Physical / Occupational Therapist

Literacy Coach

Social Worker

School Nurse


To being integrated

…to being integrated

School –

Coordination of services

Classroom -

Early Interventions

Collaboration of specialists and general educators to promote effective service delivery within the most inclusive environment


What s good about an integrated service delivery system

What’s good about an integrated service delivery system?

School –

Coordination of services

Classroom –

Early interventions

  • Schools become less dependent on heroic individuals as the model becomes institutionalized

  • Individual schools have concrete exemplars

  • Schools are less isolated, more apt to work together


So what are best practices for my catholic school context

So what are best practices for my Catholic School Context?

  • Integrating Service Delivery into a system

  • Aligning with the Catholic school community

    • Grounded in Catholic identity and mission

    • Adapted to local context

    • Entrepreneurial


Are there exemplars

Are there exemplars?

  • Where are these best practices to meet students’ special needs in Catholic schools (and systems)?

    • Individual schools and classrooms

    • Archdiocese of St. Louis – Learning Consultant Model


So what do i do

So what do I do?

What will help me cultivate integrated, inclusive systems of service delivery to comprehensively address students’ special needs in my Catholic school community?

  • Strengthen relationships in horizontal, vertical, and diagonal directions

  • Promote diffusion of innovation


Relationships

Relationships

  • Horizontally

    • Within schools

    • Across schools

  • Vertically

    • Within school

    • Within diocese

  • Diagonally

    • Across sectors

Where are these relationships strong?

Where are areas for growth?


Diffusion of innovation

Diffusion of Innovation

What’s an innovation?

What influences its diffusion?

  • Relative Advantage

  • Compatibility

  • Complexity

  • Trialability

  • Observability

  • Reinvention

What innovations in your school apply to meeting students’ special needs?

To what degree are these likely to diffuse?


Diffusion of innovation1

Diffusion of Innovation

  • Social Context and Perceptions are Paramount

  • Innovations are Complex


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • Cultivating integrated, inclusive systems of service delivery throughout Catholic school communities

    • Best practices of service delivery for Catholic school communities

    • Relational dimensions

    • Diffusion of innovation

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  • Your role in leadership


Moving from pockets of innovation to service delivery systems

Points of Discussion?

NCEA – Special Needs Conference

Martin Scanlan

[email protected]

Marquette University


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