Three Circles of Evidence-Based Decision Making in Early Childhood

Monica Mathur-Kalluri, Taletha Derrington, Angela McGuire, Virginia Buysse - all NCSI

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Three Circles of Evidence-Based Decision Making in Early Childhood

A collective goal in early childhood is focusing on “what works”—finding and using interventions backed by evidence to achieve desired results for children and their families. Three Circles of Evidence-Based Decision-Making in Early Childhood is a resource to help you use multiple sources of evidence to determine an intervention’s effectiveness. It presents steps in an evidence-based decision-making process to collect and integrate information from multiple sources, make decisions based on that information, and plan for implementation and evaluation.

April 2018

Topics

Evidence-Based Practices

Part B/C/619

Part C / Birth to Three

Audience

SSIP Phase

Learning Collaborative

Social Emotional