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evidence based practices

Does research evidence affect policy and practice?

Hello Colleagues,

In the LINCS CoP English Language Acquisition group Paul Rogers has asked, "if there were evidence / research to prove that using smart phones etc. could enhance learning, then what? Would teachers and administrators change their policies?" This question deserves a discussion thread of its own, so here it is. Please join in.

Reminder: TAR January Study Circle for Alphabetics - Registration Deadline!!

Implementing TEACHING ADULTS TO READ - Practitioner study circles for applying reading research to instructional practice!

Next up: ALPHABETICS INSTRUCTION!

A professional development opportunity brought to you by LINCS RPDC 4. The next session in this series of research-based, facilitated online Study Circles for Teaching Adults to Read begins in the new year!  Please see below for more information ...

Teaching Adults To Read Study Circle for Alphabetics starts in January!

Implementing TEACHING ADULTS TO READ - Practitioner study circles for applying reading research to instructional practice!

Next up: ALPHABETICS INSTRUCTION!

A professional development opportunity brought to you by LINCS RPDC 4. The next session in this series of research-based, facilitated online Study Circles for Teaching Adults to Read begins in the new year!  Please see below for more information ...

Register Now: LINCS August Webinars

Dear LINCS Community members,

Next week begins several expert-led professional development webinars.

Evidence that Universal Pre-K (UPK) is not early enough?

What is Evidence-Based Practice & Why Do I Need to Know about It?

 

Hello Members.  

I recently came across the Discover Corrections (www.discovercorrections.com) website and found a wealth of pretty cool information and resources.  This is some:

"Have you heard the term 'evidence-based practice' or EBP before, but did not know what they were talking about? 

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