Evidence-Based Practices

Evidenced-based Practices represent the integration of professional wisdom with the best available empirical evidence in making decisions on how to provide instruction.

Learn More (US. Department of Education Website)

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Read about Evidence Based Practices in Special Education

Resources for examples of Evidence-based Practices and research

What Works Clearinghouse
http://www.whatworks.ed.gov/

Best Evidence Encyclopedia
http://www.bestevidence.org/

Power Up What Works
http://powerupwhatworks.org

High Leverage Practices
http://www.teachingworks.org/

Promising Practices Network  The Promising Practices Network provides research-based information on programs and practices that have been shown to be effective in improving the lives of children, including educational outcomes.

The Center for Evidence-Based Practices  The Center for Evidence-Based Practices' goal is to bridge the research-to-practice gap in the areas of early childhood education and family support.

Research Basics  Research Basics is a collection of articles and resources on understanding educational research and statistics from the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (NICHCY).

We are working on increasing our candidates skills at teaching with rigor, equity, access, and collaboration using evidenced-based practices through teacher preparation in higher education.

Evidenced-based Practices
Project REACH Evidenced-based Practices are grouped into five focus areas, Assessment, Literacy, Inclusive Practices, Instructional Strategies, and Behavior. The list of practices represented on this site are only examples taught courses at Fordham that are newly designed through Project REACH. Note that this is just a sample list. There may be other evidenced-based practices being used in a lesson and different examples.

The following resources related to EBPs, special/inclusive education were used to develop this website:

In addition, the UDL Solutions were developed based on CAST http://www.cast.org/.

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