Continuum of Teaming Implementation - Weld RE

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Continuum of Teaming Implementation
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Teaming is ineffective.
A process for Problem
Solving is not in place.
Meetings are not
regularly-scheduled.
Meeting flow and
progression are
determined at
meeting time.
Decisions and
discussions are owned
by (a) certain
individual(s).
Documentation is
inconsistent if
present.
Select a Percentage that
represents your level of
implementation
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Effective teaming
practices and the
Problem Solving Process
are used across tiers.
Fully-developed
meeting structures are
known by all
stakeholders.
Responsibilities and
roles are clear.
Agreements are
followed; protocols exist
for dissension and
consensus.
Documentation is
efficient and accurate.
Integrated
Supports
Supporting
Social
&
Hold effective
meetings
that Competence
use data to problem
solve
Academic
Achievement
and plan AND that
result in
positive student outcomes
Outcomes
Supporting Adults
Team-based,
SWIS
Data
Systems
documentation,
DIBELS
regular
Aims Web
communication
Easy CBM
cycles
Meeting
Foundations
Meeting
Practices
Minute
Format
Problem
solving routine
Supporting Students
Newton, J. S., Todd, A. W., Algozzine, K., Horner, R. H., & Algozzine, B. (2009).
The Team Initiated Problem Solving (TIPS) Training Manual. Educational and Community
Supports, University of Oregon, unpublished training manual.
Supporting
Decision Making