Steven B. Pokorny talks about the issues to consider when choosing between passive and active consent.
Robert C. Pianta talks about deciding between random assignment at the school and the district level.
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John B. Reid suggests ways to address attrition patterns in school-based studies.
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David Elkind explains why thoughtfulness for participants is crucial.
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Hilda M. Pantin describes the reciprocal nature of school-based community intervention.
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Learn what cost assessment is and how it works from Pinka Chatterji.
Read practical advice about designing and implementing a violence prevention program in schools by Lisa Jaycox, Daniel F. McCaffrey, Beverly Weidmer Ocampo, Gene A. Shelley, Susan M. Blake, Joan Kub, and Donna J. Peterson.
Address the social-emotional skills of educators, says Marc Brackett, and you will see better results with your curriculum.
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It took people awhile to realize that children can suffer from PTSD, explains Marleen Wong.
Robert C. Pianta discusses the need to clearly communicate aspects of your research design with schools.
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Gain some insight from John B. Reid about how to develop relationships with schools.
Ann Garland shares her thoughts on how to begin collaborative community research.
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Robert C. Pianta talks about need to plan ahead when recruiting teachers from public schools.
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Talking to the principal, teachers, students, and parents is vital for successful implementation, states Marleen Wong.
Pia Escudero talks about strategies for fostering buy-in from schools and ensuring consent from parents.
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Hilda M. Pantin says that support at the school level needs to be cost-effective and based on outcomes.
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David Klahr outlines some differences among public and private schools on the issue of consent.
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Marc Atkins suggests that imposing programs on schools is not an effective method of dissemination.
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The development of state-level standards for social-emotional learning will improve sustainability, suggests Marc Brackett.
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Robert C. Pianta shares a some tips about efficient data collection.
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Crystal Cullerton-Sen provides a doctoral student's perspective on working with public schools
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Marc Brackett describes quality assurance issues with work in social-emotional learning.
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Marc Brackett explains that flexibility in curriculum implementation increases buy-in among teachers.
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Abe Wandersman claims that addressing community-based problems requires involvement from the community.
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Pia Escudero emphasizes the importance of strategic planning.
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David Klahr outlines some challenges in school-based research.
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Robert C. Pianta discusses how to provide feedback to sites without giving overt recommendations.
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Robert C. Pianta details some of the challenges of proposing random assignment studies with schools and offers some solutions.
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If you're working within a faulty system, says James P. Comer, almost any change you make will help, but it won't address the core issues.
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Robert C. Pianta shares some tips for beginning research in a school setting.
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James P. Comer delineates the core values of the school-based Comer Process.
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Pia Escudero discusses the value of evidence-based interventions in demonstrating efficacy to administrators and teachers.
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Robert C. Pianta describes types of incentives he has used in his research with teachers.
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Active vs. Passive Parental Consent
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