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Current Challenges to Behavioral Technology in the Reform of Schooling: Large-scale, High-Quality Implementation and Sustained Use of Effective Educational Practices

Greenwood, C.R., Delquadri, J., & Bulgren, J. (1993). Current challenges to behavioral technology in the reform of schooling: Large-scale, high-quality implementation and sustained use of effective educational practices. Education and Treatment of Children, 16(4), 401-440.

Topic: Instruction and Intervention Issues
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: Results of research intended to enhance teachers’ use of effective instructional practices is described with a framework of a school and district-wide adoption/administration model for promoting the use of measurably superior instruction practices, a computer program providing expert implementation advice to individual teachers, and a school-wide strategy for identifying effective teacher developed practices and promoting their use by other teachers.

 

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