[R-0197] S4. Instructional Planning

Citation: IRIS Center. (2017). Evidence-based practices (Part 2): Implementing a practice or program with fidelity. Module. Retrieved from site [or enter “IRIS Center Modules” in your search window. Under IRIS Resource Topics, click on Early Intervention/Early Childhood and then click on Modules and Evidence-Based Practices (Part 2)].

Abstract: After completing this two-hour module, students will understand the importance of implementing an evidence-based practice or program with fidelity, be familiar with the key components required to achieve fidelity of implementation, recognize the importance of gathering and organizing the resources necessary for implementation, be aware of the risks of making adaptations to evidence-based practices, and understand which adaptations pose less risk.

Integration: The information presented in this module fits well with content presented in the early childhood courses Child Guidance, Curriculum Planning, Exploration Activities, and Language and Learning Experiences.

Content Focus: Adherence; Child Guidance; Curriculum Planning; Duration; Evidence-Based Practices; Exploration Activities; Fidelity of Implementation; Language and Learning Experiences; Quality of Delivery

Notes: Student activities and assessments are included in this module.