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Grounding Intervention Research in the Larger Context of Schooling: A Response to Pressley and Harris

Deshler, D.D., & Schumaker, J.B. (1994). Grounding intervention research in the larger context of schooling: A response to Pressley and Harris. Educational Psychology Review, 6(3), 215-222.

Topic: Research and Practice Issues
Subcategory: Think Piece
Summary: This article argues that intervention researchers should solicit the input of practitioners in designing and operationalizing interventions through a co-constructive process, clearly spell out intervention protocol in language that can be understood and followed by practitioners, view interventions within the complex realities of schools, and ensure that outcomes of interventions are both statistically and socially significant.

 

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