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Hi! and welcome to What Works Wednesdays where we share a success story from our clinical files. Today, we are going to take a pause from our personal stories and share a resource with our readers. The resource is called the What Works Clearinghouse from the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES). the website for the resource is http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/wwc/.

 

Educators (special education and general education alike) are required to use evidence-based strategies in their teaching as required under the No Child Left Behind Act and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act. Educators often find it difficult to determine what strategies have evidence.

As a result, the Institute for Educational Sciences (which also happens to hand out research money to educational researchers) developed the clearing house as a resource. The criteria used to determine if a methodology may be listed in the Clearinghouse is very stringent. However,  if you are ever in doubt about teaching methodologies and “what works”, their website is a good place to start.

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