Using an evidence-based practice or program

Jonathan Haslam describes types of barriers educators may face in adopting and implementing evidence-based practices, and tips for overcoming them  

PREVIOUS ARTICLES IN BETTER HAVE examined some of the challenges in using evidence-based programs and practices. Deciding to go “evidence-based” is not necessarily a straightforward solution for your school or district. The state of evidence-based practice within education is still a work in progress. Using evidence-based approaches presents a variety of challenges, particularly given the limited number of programs and practices with strong evidence of effectiveness that can be easily implemented by educators.

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February 2011