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Seale, Draffan, & Wald, 2010

Digital agility and digital decision-making: conceptualising digital inclusion in the context of disabled learners in higher education Seale, J., Draffan, E. A., & Wald, M. (2010). Digital agility and digital decisionā€making: conceptualising digital inclusion in the context of disabled learners … Continue reading

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Smith, Schmidt, Edelen-Smith, & Cook, 2013

Pasteur’s Quadrant as the Bridge Linking Rigor with Relevance Pasteur’s quadrant refers to a section of the Quadrant Model of Scientific Research introduced by Donald E. Stokes (1997). The model features the work and work-habits of 3 inventor/researchers: Bohr, Pasteur, … Continue reading

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Klingner, Boardman, & McMaster, 2013

What Does it Take to Scale Up and Sustain Evidence-based Practices? Implement, validate, and scale up Starting large research projects can be cumbersome. A more agile approach might be to become more sensitive and react to contextual factors. Scaling up … Continue reading

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Cook & Cook, 2013

Evidence Based Practices and Implementation Science in SPED Evidence-Based Practices and Implementation Science in Special Education The value of EBPs is limited by the quality, reach, and sustainability of implementation practices. The gap between research and practice in sped is … Continue reading

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Barton & Smith, 2015

Advancing High-Quality Preschool: A Discussion and Recommendations for the Field The crux of this article (in the context of 8304) is its recommendation to use an Implementation Science Framework to increase inclusion of pre-school students with disabilities in classrooms with … Continue reading

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Fixsen, Blase, Metz, Van Dyke (2013)

Statewide Implementation of Evidence-based Practices This article presents a reality, which all researchers, practitioners, and policy-makes must confront: evidence-based practices are only as successful (from an outcome perspective) and their implementation and acceptance into the micro-culture of a place of … Continue reading

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Goldstein, 2014

This article describes an evaluation approach that can be used on both group and single-case research designs (SSED). The approach evaluates types of treatments, research designs, quality of studies and effect sizes. The study follows the graphical presentation of products … Continue reading

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