Differentiating Evidence-Base from Effectiveness in Title III, Part A
Duration: 1 hour
Intended Audience: District Leaders, Federal Programs Staff (Title III)
This training is designed to help LEA Title IIIA Directors increase their understanding of the differences between “evidence-base” and “effectiveness.” “Evidence-base” refers to an activity/strategy/intervention that research indicates could improve outcomes for English learners. “Effectiveness” refers to examining and reflecting upon how the activity/strategy/intervention worked or produced the desired outcomes for EL students within the local context.
Participants share challenges and successes in finding research studies with strong evidence showing that the funded activity/strategy/intervention will work, and in implementing locally driven action research (Logic Models) to identify whether the interventions are effective (or valuable) within their local context.
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Primary Contact: Margaret Baker - firstname.lastname@example.org
Secondary Contact: Adria Griffin - email@example.com
DOE Office: Federal Programs
Topics: English Learners (ELs), Federal Programs
Event Type: Recorded Webinar
Delivery Mode(s): Virtual
Webinar URL: https://url.gadoe.org/yq9o
Date Recorded: Jun 08, 2023