An Evidence-Based Approach to Documenting the Characteristics and Consequences of Early Intervention Practices


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Key features of an evidence-based approach to documenting the characteristics and consequences of interventions are described. The definition of evidence-based practices provided here focuses on the operationalization of the relationship between a practice and its effects on children or families as well as the process that operates to explain the relationship. Also included is an illustrative example of the value of this approach for determining the effectiveness of an early childhood practice. 6 Pages

Authors: Carl J. Dunst, Carol M. Trivette, Patricia A. Cutspec
Published: 2007