Ch 14: Evidence & Research Based Practices in Education

About This Chapter

For an overview of evidence and research-based practices in education, take a look at this chapter's engaging lessons and quizzes. The chapter can be used to strengthen your understanding of these methods for the classroom or an upcoming exam.

Evidence and Research-Based Practices in Education - Chapter Summary

If you need to quickly review research and evidence-based educational practices, you're in the right place. This online study guide chapter offers short, informative and entertaining lessons that explain the steps and applications of these practices in educational settings. When you're finished working through the lessons, you should be equipped to:

  • Outline evidence-based special education practices
  • Explain learning strategies that are based on research
  • Discuss the application of project-based learning for students who have special needs

Included in the chapter are short self-assessment quizzes, as well as a chapter exam that's designed to reinforce important lesson concepts. You can work through the chapter at your own pace using any Internet-connected device. This flexible online format makes it easy to study at home, school, work or wherever you happen to be. The chapter also comes with a convenient Ask the Expert feature that you can use if you have any questions.

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