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A Teacher’s Guide to Evidence-Based Practice

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By Jessica Grow
January 19, 2016

Jessica Grow is a fellow at the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Special Education at Kennedy Krieger Institute. In her experience teaching elementary, middle, and high school students, she’s found that the best strategy for helping struggling learners is to build positive relationships, as well as to recognize the strengths and value the contributions of all students. Jessica appreciates the positive impact that evidence-based strategies have on outcomes for diverse learners.

In this infographic, Jessica shares her tips on identifying evidence-based practices.

Navigating the challenges of choosing the best evidence-based strategies can be a complex and confusing process. With the multitude of choices and options available, it can be difficult to determine where to start. Use this infographic to know what questions to ask and where to look for resources, research, and the right intervention for your students!


A Teacher's Guide to Evidence-Based Practice
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