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A Decade of Evidence-Based Education: Where Are We and Where Do We Need to Go?

The promise of evidence-based education was improved outcomes for all students.  In the intervening 10 years, it has become clear that without careful attention to implementation the promise of evidence-based education will not be realized.

Detrich, R., & Lewis, T. (2013). A Decade of Evidence-Based Education: Where Are We and Where Do We Need to Go. Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions, 15(4).

Change Leadership: Innovation in State Education Agencies

This paper identifies the critical role State Education Agencies play in successful school culture change and discusses a framework for "change leadership".

Redding, S. (2012). Change Leadership: Innovation in State Education Agencies Retrieved from ../../uploads/docs/Redding%20ChangeLeadership.pdf.

Changing Hearts, Minds, and Behavior: Can Implementation Science Offer Any Clues?

This paper examines school cultural issues in the context of implementation research.

Blasé, K. (2014). Changing Hearts, Minds, and Behavior: Can Implementation Science Offer Any Clues? Retrieved from ../../uploads/docs/KBlase2014.pdf.

Conceptual and empirical issues related to developing a response-to-intervention framework

This paper examines five dimensions when implementing RtI: the tier model, identification of “at risk students”, preventative treatment, progress monitoring, and strategies for nonresponders.

Hintze, J. M. (2008). Conceptual and empirical issues related to developing a response-to-intervention framework. Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools. Retrieved from http://scholar.google.com/scholar?cluster=17426155176752854167&hl=en&inst=569367360547434339&oi=scholarr

Establishing and sustaining statewide positive behavior supports implementation: A description of Maryland’s model

This paper examines the evidence-based education issues that come into play with the implementation of a Positive Behavior Support school culture.

Lewis-Palmer, T., & Barrett, S. (2007). Establishing and sustaining statewide positive behavior supports implementation: A description of Maryland’s model. Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools, 8(1), 45-61.

Innovation, Implementation Science, and Data-Based Decision Making: Components of Successful Reform

Schools are often expected to implement innovative instructional programs.  Most often these initiatives fail because what we know from implementation science is not considered as part of implementing the initiative.  This chapter reviews the contributions implementation science can make for improving outcomes for students.

Detrich, R. Innovation, Implementation Science, and Data-Based Decision Making: Components of Successful Reform. Handbook on Innovations in Learning, 31.

No Child Left Behind, Contingencies, and Utah’s Alternate Assessment.
This paper dissusses the contingencies that create opportunities and obstacles for the use of effective educational practices in a state-wide system.
Hager, K. D., Slocum, T. A., & Detrich, R. (2007). No Child Left Behind, Contingencies, and Utah’s Alternate Assessment. Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools, 8(1), 63–87.
Performance Architecture: Improving the Performance of Organizations

This paper introduces performance architecture as a framework that allows someone to assess all features of an organization so that the parts of the system can be aligned to support an innovation. 

Addison, R. (2012). Performance Architecture: Improving the Performance of Organizations Retrieved from ../../uploads/docs/2012%20Wing%20Summit%20RA.pdf.

School-wide positive behavior support: Establishing a continuum of evidence based practices

This paper provides an overview of "lessons learned" from efforts to sustain and scale-up a school-wide continuum of evidence-based behavioral practices and systems in schools.

Sugai, G., & Horner, R. H. (2010). School-wide positive behavior support: Establishing a continuum of evidence based practices. Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools, 11(1), 62-83.

Sustainability of evidence-based programs in education

This paper discusses common elements of successfully sustaining effective practices across a variety of disciplines.

Fixsen, D. L., Blase, K. A., Duda, M., Naoom, S. F., & Van Dyke, M. (2010). Sustainability of evidence-based programs in education. Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools, 11(1), 30-46.

Taking Response to Intervention to Scale: Developing and Implementing a Quality Response-to-Intervention Process

This paper presents RtI as a continuous evaluation cycle: problem identification, problem analysis, goal setting, plans implementation and plan evaluation.

Daly, III, E. J., Kupzyk, S., Bossard, M., Street, J., & Dymacel, R. (2008). Taking Response to Intervention to Scale: Developing and Implementing a Quality Response-to-Intervention Process. Journal of Evidence-Based Practices for Schools, 9(2), 102-127.

 

Data Mining

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Can the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) and Promise Academies of the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) charter school model be replicated on a national scale?
The analysis examined the impact of two charter school models, Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) academic performance and Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) and looks at issues of taking these models to scale.
States, J. (2014). Can the Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) and Promise Academies of the Harlem Children's Zone (HCZ) charter school model be replicated on a national scale? Retrieved from can-knowledge-is-power.

 

Presentations

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A Systematic Approach to Data-based Decision Making in Education

Systematic data-based decision making is critical to insure that educators are able to identify, implement, and trouble shoot evidence-based interventions customized to individual students and needs.

Keyworth, R. (2010). A Systematic Approach to Data-based Decision Making in Education [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2010-hice-presentation-randy-keyworth.

A Systematic Approach to Data-based Decision Making in Education: Building School Cultures

This paper examines the critical pracitce elements of data-based decision making and strategies for building school cultures to support the process.

Keyworth, R. (2009). A Systematic Approach to Data-based Decision Making in Education: Building School Cultures [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2009-campbell-presentation-randy-keyworth.

Building a Data-based Decision Making Culture through Performance Management

This paper examines the issues, challenges, and opportunities of creating a school culture that uses data systematically in all of its decision making.

Keyworth, R. (2009). Building a Data-based Decision Making Culture through Performance Management [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2008-aba-presentation-randy-keyworth.

Building Sustainable Programs: From Myth to Reality
This paper makes the case that if programs are to sustain then it will be necessary to carefully plan for it from the inception of the program.
Detrich, R. (2008). Building Sustainable Programs: From Myth to Reality [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2008-louisiana-presentation-ronnie-detrich.
Change Leadership: Innovation in State Education Agencies

This paper identifies the critical role State Education Agencies play in successful school culture change and discusses a framework for "change leadership".

Redding, S. (2012). Change Leadership: Innovation in State Education Agencies [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2012-wing-presentation-sam-redding.

Changing Hearts, Minds, and Behavior: Can Implementation Science Offer Any Clues?

This paper examines school cultural issues in the context of implementation research.

Blasé, K. (2014). Changing Hearts, Minds, and Behavior: Can Implementation Science Offer Any Clues? [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from ../../uploads/docs/KBlase2014.pdf.

Contingencies for the Use of Effective Educational Practices: Developing Utah’s Alternate Assessment

This paper dissusses the contingencies that create opportunities and obstacles for the use of effective educational practices in a state-wide system.

Slocum, T. (2006). Contingencies for the Use of Effective Educational Practices: Developing Utah’s Alternate Assessment [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2006-wing-presentation-tim-slocum.

Culture Mapping: A Functional Analysis of the Education Culture Landscape

This paper presents a culture map of national cultural values and beliefs that impact critical decisions in our education system, including how decisions are made and how they are implemented.

Keyworth, R. (2014). Culture Mapping: A Functional Analysis of the Education Culture Landscape [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2014-calaba-presentation-randy-keyworth.

Developing and Implementing a Quality RtI Process

This paper presents RtI as a continuous evaluation cycle: problem identification, problem analysis, goal setting, plans implementation and plan evaluation.

Daly, E, III. (2007). Developing and Implementing a Quality RtI Process [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2007-wing-presentation-john-hintze.

Evaluating Student Response to Instruction Using a 3 Tier RtI Progress Monitoring System

This paper examines five dimensions when implementing RtI: the tier model, identification of “at risk students”, preventative treatment, progress monitoring, and strategies for nonresponders.

Hintze, J. (2007). Evaluating Student Response to Instruction Using a 3 Tier RtI Progress Monitoring System [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2007-wing-presentation-john-hintze.

Getting There from Here: Creating an Evidence-Based Culture Within Special Education

This paper looks at the importance of Randomized Controlled Trials (RCT) in the field of education. The history of RCT is investigated to better undertand it's value in providing research answers that incerase validity while reduce bias.

States, J. (2006). Getting There from Here: Creating an Evidence-Based Culture Within Special Education [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2006-campbell-presentation-jack-states.

Performance Feedback: Use It or Lose It

This paper examines the importance of performance feedback systems at all levels of school, staff and student outcomes to achieve desired results over time.

Keyworth, R. (2011). Performance Feedback: Use It or Lose It [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2011-aba-presentation-randy-keyworth.

Research to Practice: An analysis of the Interaction between the Research Community and Special Education
The research to practice gap has long been a concern in education. This paper identifies some of the reasons the gap exists and some possible solutions.
Detrich, R. (2006). Research to Practice: An analysis of the Interaction between the Research Community and Special Education [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2006-campbell-presentation-jack-states.
Some Emerging Characteristics of Sustainable Practices
Research has identified characteristics that increase the sustainability of programs and practices. This paper reviews those characteristics.
Detrich, R. (2007). Some Emerging Characteristics of Sustainable Practices [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2007-aba-sustainability-presentation-ronnie-detrich.
Supporting and Evaluating Broad Scale Implementation of Positive Behavior Support

This paper examines the evidence-based education issues that come into play with the implementation of a Positive Behavior Support school culture.

Lewis, T. (2006). Supporting and Evaluating Broad Scale Implementation of Positive Behavior Support [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2006-wing-presentation-teri-lewis-palmer.

Sustainability and Scaling and the Failure of the Friday Inservice Day

This paper provides an overview of "lessons learned" from efforts to sustain and scale-up a school-wide continuum of evidence-based behavioral practices and systems in schools.

Sugai, G. (2008). Sustainability and Scaling and the Failure of the Friday Inservice Day [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2008-wing-presentation-george-sugai.

Sustainability Through the Looking Glass: Shifting Contingencies Across Levels of a System

This presentation examines why so many educational interventions fail and offers strategies in increase the effective implementation that result in sustainable quality services.

States, J. (2008). Sustainability Through the Looking Glass: Shifting Contingencies Across Levels of a System [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2008-aba-presentation-jack-states.

Sustainability: Shifting Contingencies: What Works and What Doesn't

This paper analyzes the contingencies that increase the likelihood that eduction interventions will succeed.

States, J. (2009). Sustainability: Shifting Contingencies: What Works and What Doesn't [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2009-hice-presentation-jack-states.

Sustainability: The first thing. The only thing.

This paper discusses common elements of successfully sustaining effective practices across a variety of disciplines.

Fixsen, D. (2008). Sustainability: The first thing. The only thing. [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2008-wing-presentation-dean-fixsen.

Sustainable Programs: In Search of the Elusive

This paper examines the policy, culture, and system obstacles to progam sustainability, and identifies strategies to overcome these obstacles.

Keyworth, R. (2008). Sustainable Programs: In Search of the Elusive [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2008-campbell-presentation-randy-keyworth.

Teacher Induction: Where the Rubber Meets the Road
The paper examines one of the most critical components of teach training: an on-the-job, ongoing system of coaching and performance feedback to improve skill acquisition, generalization and maintenance.
Keyworth, R. (2010). Teacher Induction: Where the Rubber Meets the Road [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2010-aba-presentation-randy-keyworth.
Thoughtful Sustainability
Programs do not sustain without thoughtful planning. This paper reviews variables that must be considered if programs are to sustain.
Lewis, T., Detrich, R., and Standiford, D. (2010). Thoughtful Sustainability [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2010-aba-presentation-teri-lewis-ronnie-detrich-david-standiford.
What We Know About Sustaining Programs?

This paper examines the latest research on which practice elements are essential for interventions to survive and thrive over time.

Keyworth, R. (2008). What We Know About Sustaining Programs? [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2008-calaba-presentation-randy-keyworth.

You Believe What? The Influence of Macro Contingencies on Individual School Cultures

Many of the contingencies that shape educator cultural values and beliefs occur outside of the school environment. This paper analyzes those contingencies and their influence on school culture change.

Keyworth, R. (2012). You Believe What? The Influence of Macro Contingencies on Individual School Cultures [Powerpoint Slides]. Retrieved from 2012-aba-presentation-randy-keyworth.

 

Student Research

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Transporting an evidence-based school engagement intervention to practice: Outcomes and barriers to implementation.
Check and Connect is an intervention designed to increase student engagement in school. This study was a transportability study that evaluated the impact of Check and Connect when implemented by school personnel rather than researchers.
Pankow, C. (2009). Transporting an evidence-based school engagement intervention to practice: Outcomes and barriers to implementation. Retrieved from student-research-2009-a.
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