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Active vs. Passive Parental Consent

Steven B. Pokorny talks about the issues to consider when choosing between passive and active consent.

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At What Level Should You Randomly Assign?

Robert C. Pianta talks about deciding between random assignment at the school and the district level.

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Attrition Patterns in Your Study Design

John B. Reid suggests ways to address attrition patterns in school-based studies.

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Be Respectful

David Elkind explains why thoughtfulness for participants is crucial.

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Community Relationships

Hilda M. Pantin describes the reciprocal nature of school-based community intervention.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 43 seconds


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Cost Analysis Research in Real-World Settings

Learn what cost assessment is and how it works from Pinka Chatterji.

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Designing School-based Interventions

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.

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Development of the Teacher

Address the social-emotional skills of educators, says Marc Brackett, and you will see better results with your curriculum.

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Educational Reform is Not Enough

It took people awhile to realize that children can suffer from PTSD, explains Marleen Wong.

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Explaining Random Assignment

Robert C. Pianta discusses the need to clearly communicate aspects of your research design with schools.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 45 seconds


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Finding Access Points in Schools

Gain some insight from John B. Reid about how to develop relationships with schools.

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First Practical Steps of Collaboration

Ann Garland shares her thoughts on how to begin collaborative community research.

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Getting Access to Schools Takes Time

Robert C. Pianta talks about need to plan ahead when recruiting teachers from public schools.

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Getting Buy-in at All Levels

Talking to the principal, teachers, students, and parents is vital for successful implementation, states Marleen Wong.

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Getting Into Schools

Pia Escudero talks about strategies for fostering buy-in from schools and ensuring consent from parents.

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Getting School Buy-in

Hilda M. Pantin says that support at the school level needs to be cost-effective and based on outcomes.

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IRBs and Schools

David Klahr outlines some differences among public and private schools on the issue of consent.

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Immersed in the Setting

Marc Atkins suggests that imposing programs on schools is not an effective method of dissemination.

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Implementing Social-Emotional Learning in Schools

The development of state-level standards for social-emotional learning will improve sustainability, suggests Marc Brackett.

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Increasing Response Rates from Teachers

Robert C. Pianta shares a some tips about efficient data collection.

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Keep the School's Perspective in Mind

Crystal Cullerton-Sen provides a doctoral student's perspective on working with public schools

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Keeping the Program Alive

Marc Brackett describes quality assurance issues with work in social-emotional learning.

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Making the Curriculum Adaptable

Marc Brackett explains that flexibility in curriculum implementation increases buy-in among teachers.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 37 seconds


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Mobilizing a Community to Solve Problems

Abe Wandersman claims that addressing community-based problems requires involvement from the community.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 24 seconds


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Organizational Readiness

Pia Escudero emphasizes the importance of strategic planning.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 25 seconds


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Pros & Cons of School-based Studies

David Klahr outlines some challenges in school-based research.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 17 seconds


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Providing Feedback to the Schools

Robert C. Pianta discusses how to provide feedback to sites without giving overt recommendations.

Quick Tip - 2 minutes 57 seconds


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Random Assignment in Schools

Robert C. Pianta details some of the challenges of proposing random assignment studies with schools and offers some solutions.

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Start With the Foundation

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.

Quick Tip - 3 minutes 12 seconds


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Start with a Local School System

Robert C. Pianta shares some tips for beginning research in a school setting.

Quick Tip - 1 minute 28 seconds


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The Nine Essential Elements

James P. Comer delineates the core values of the school-based Comer Process.

Quick Tip - 3 minutes 36 seconds


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The Value of Evidence-based Interventions

Pia Escudero discusses the value of evidence-based interventions in demonstrating efficacy to administrators and teachers.

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Using Incentives with Teachers

Robert C. Pianta describes types of incentives he has used in his research with teachers.

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Getting Into Schools
Pia Escudero talks about strategies for fostering buy-in from schools and ensuring consent from parents.


Mobilizing a Community to Solve Problems
Abe Wandersman claims that addressing community-based problems requires involvement from the community.



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