[R-0158] S1. Laws, Policies, Procedures, and Ethical Principles

Citation: The IRIS Center. (2018). Evidence-based practices (part 1): Identifying and selecting a practice or program. Module. Retrieved from https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/iris-resource-locator/?term=early-intervention-early-childhood or https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/ebp_01/ [or enter “IRIS Center Evidence-based practices (part 1): Identifying and selecting a practice or program” in your search window].

Abstract: Estimated completion time for this module is 1.5 hours. Upon completion, learners will understand what an evidence-based practice or program (EBP) is, be able to identify and use trustworthy sources to find EBPs, know how to match a practice or program to resources and student needs, and understand how to evaluate the research on a practice or program to decide whether the evidence supports its use. Although resources and links on this module are directed for those in grade K-12, much of the content is applicable for teachers in any early childhood setting.

Integration: The content in this module fits well with content presented in the early childhood courses Introduction to Early Childhood Education, Practicum, and School-Age Development and Programs.

Content Focus: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA); Evidence-Based Practice or Program (EBP); Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA ’04); Introduction to Early Childhood Education; No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB); Practicum; School-Age Development and Programs; Scientifically-Based Research

Notes: Student assessment questions are included in this module.