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Using Research and Reason in Education: How Teachers Can Use Scientifically Based Research to Make Curricular and Instructional Decisions
Paula J. Stanovich (au); Keith E. Stanovich (au)
Many educational reform efforts require schools to demonstrate that they are achieving educational outcomes with students performing at a required level of achievement. Evidence of instructional effectiveness can come from: demonstrated student achievement in formal testing situations; published findings of research-based evidence that the instructional methods being used by teachers lead to student achievement; or proof of reason-based practice that converges with a research-based consensus in the scientific literature. Teachers can develop the skills to recognize scientifically based practice. This report offers a primer for those skills that will allow teachers to become independent evaluators of educational research.
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