Selecting Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Learning and Behavior
his “View From the Field” column is the first in a series discussing aspects of implementation science important for scaling up and sustaining evidence-based practices in schools and districts. Recent research suggests there are important approaches to instruction, behavior support, and mental health that have been empirically documented but are not being implemented widely across local schools and school districts (Ginns et al., 2020; Mazzotti & Plotner, 2016; Powell et al., 2020).
Kittleman, Angus; Horner, Robert H.; and Rowe, Dawn A., "Selecting Evidence-Based Practices to Improve Learning and Behavior" (2020). ETSU Faculty Works. 729.