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Mar 15, 2022

Ep. 17: How to Create an Action Plan

In this episode, we’re talking with Hannah Anderson and Luke Anderson about how they help teams create effective action plans using data to guide the way.

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No matter where you are on your implementation journey, at some point you’ll want to take a step back and ask yourselves, “Are we doing what we said we’d do and is that effort having the kind of impact we hoped it would have?” Answering those questions requires data. Once you’ve collected the data you need, the next step is to create a plan.

On today’s episode of Expert Instruction: The Teach by Design Podcast, we invited two experts to share their action-planning strategies. Hear how they guide teams to use data, focus their problem solving, and build their best action plans ever.

Our guests today are Hannah Anderson and Luke Anderson. Hannah is the Director of Innovation, School Programs and Accountability for the Rocklin Unified School District (RUSD) in Rocklin, CA. She oversees state and federal programs and leads the district’s PBIS Leadership Team.

Luke Anderson is the Senior Director of Prevention Supports and Services for the Placer County Office of Education in Auburn, CA. He oversees the PBIS and Multi-Tiered System of Support regional initiatives – specifically, he specializes in using data to improve outcomes in school systems. He is a statewide SWIS Facilitator Trainer and a member of the California PBIS Coalition Leadership Team.

Check out these links for more information about some of the resources we discuss in the episode:

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Megan Cave

Megan Cave is a member of the PBISApps Marketing and Communication team. She is the writer behind the user manuals, scripted video tutorials, and news articles for PBISApps. She also writes a monthly article for Teach by Design and contributes to its accompanying Expert Instruction podcast episode. Megan has completed four half marathons – three of which happened unintentionally – and in all likelihood, will run another in the future.