I Can Problem Solve (ICPS)
There are no pre-implementation materials to measure organizational or provider readiness for I Can Problem Solve (ICPS).
Formal Support for Implementation
There is formal support available for implementation of I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) as listed below:
With our partnership with the Center for Safe Schools in Camp Hill, PA, a group of trainers provides train-the-trainer workshops, personal coaching in individual classrooms, training of onsite coaches, and consultation as need free of charge. Contact Stacey Molnar-Main at email@example.com and telephone at (717) 763-1661 Ext. 128.
There are fidelity measures for I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) as listed below:
A fidelity checklist is available to those attending a train-the-trainer workshop. The checklist consists of evaluating the extent to which a teacher, or adult implementer, teaches the concepts as intended and uses a problem-solving approach when handling problems that come up in real life.
Implementation Guides or Manuals
There are implementation guides or manuals for I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) as listed below:
I Can Problem Solve (ICPS) training manuals are available for three age groups from Research Press at http://www.researchpress.com:
- Preschool, Kindergarten and the Primary Grades, and Intermediate Elementary Grades. The training manuals can be ordered from the website, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 1-800-519-2707. Access to ordering can also be found at http://www.thinkingchild.com (home page) under the photos of the covers of the manuals.
- A Facilitator’s Guide is available for educators who participate in the Train-the-Trainer workshops. This includes activities, power points, handouts, a mini-guide for administrators, counselors, school psychologists, nurses and other support personnel.
- There is also an administrator's guide that describes the role of the principal in the implementation of ICPS in his/her school. It also describes roles for the other administrators and a school leadership team consisting of the school psychologist, counselor, nurse, social worker, or any other student-support personnel.
Research on How to Implement the Program
Research has not been conducted on how to implement I Can Problem Solve (ICPS).