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Building Adaptive Expertise and Practice-Based Evidence: Applying the Implementation Stages Framework to Special Education Teacher Preparation
How Can Schools of Education Help to Build Educators’ Capacity to Use Data? A Systemic View of the Issue
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Building Adaptive Expertise and Practice-Based Evidence: Applying the Implementation Stages Framework to Special Education Teacher Preparation
Country or Region: USA
August 2015   |   Type: Abstract
Source: Teacher Education and Special Education, Vol. 38, No. 3, August 2014; pp. 207–220

In this paper, the authors describe a capstone project that meets these needs and prepares pre-service special educators for their role in the development of practice-based evidence. These aims align well with the Council for Exceptional Children’s Professional Standards.

To describe this project and how it meets these aims, the authors used the Implementation Stages framework.
Outcomes reflect an increase in pre-service special educators’ ability to research and design usable interventions based on evidence-based practices.
Implications for special education teacher preparation programs include the need for faculty to provide instruction in a wide variety of interventions, and to provide channels for the pre-service special educators to disseminate their research within the field.
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