Evidence-Based Instruction

All students deserve to have a written plan of action from the school, specifying the evidence-based intervention, the frequency, and measurable objectives. This must be arrived at by a consensus among parents and teachers and others professionals in the student’s support team.

Early evidence-based intervention is essential to transformative remediation. Evidence-based intervention refers to intervention that has proven to be effective when compared to other interventions in a randomized clinical trial. Consensus-based interventions, no matter how experienced are the proponents of the intervention nor the strength of the belief in the interventions, do not qualify as evidence-based.

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