Community Schools Improvement Science

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Micro-Credentials in Stack
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About This Stack

The 8 part Community School Micro-Credential is designed give participants, typically Community School Coordinators, the strongest skills available to implement a best practice version of the Community School strategy at any school. These micro-credentials are specifically made for those who are leading the implementation of the Community School strategy on a school level.  then Jump into the first MC and do them in order — each part builds upon the preceding part.

What You'll Learn

You will learn the how to leverage improvement science theory to develope and implement a community school. The first half of the Community School Micro-Credential will guide MC course participants through a process that will allow school stakeholders to determine their highest priorities and it will guide participants through a process to determine the root causes of things that are preventing them from achieving their vision for their school. The second half will teach MC course participants how to lead a process that involves grassroots problem solving using the tools of improvement science.

Who Should Apply

  • Coordinators

Micro-Credentials in this Stack

	1. Mapping Campus and Community Assets
1. Mapping Campus and Community Assets
	2. Planning for Needs Asset Assessment
2. Planning for Needs Asset Assessment
3. Executing a Needs Asset Assessment
3. Executing a Needs Asset Assessment
4. Using Diagrams and Charts to Analyze Data
4. Using Diagrams and Charts to Analyze Data
5. Creating a Findings Report
5. Creating a Findings Report
6. Using Fishbone Diagrams to Represent Data
6. Using Fishbone Diagrams to Represent Data
7. Using Driver Diagrams to Map Drivers
7. Using Driver Diagrams to Map Drivers
8. Using PDSA Cycles to Test Solutions to Problems
8. Using PDSA Cycles to Test Solutions to Problems