The many roles educators take on during the school day can make it difficult for them to identify and implement evidence-based practices that work in their classroom or school. Continuous improvement, particularly through rapid research cycles, is one way of choosing, testing, and adjusting practices in “real time.” This infographic highlights how the Oklahoma State Department of Education, in partnership with our Southwest Networked Improvement Communities research partnership, is using Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles to try, test, and refine evidence-based instructional practices.
ERIC DescriptorsChange Agents, Change Strategies, Communities of Practice, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Data Use, Educational Improvement, Evidence Based Practice, Instructional Strategies, Networks, Partnerships in Education, Professional Development, Professional Learning Communities, Research Tools, Research Utilization, Teacher Collaboration, Teacher Effectiveness
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Date: April 2020