This study provides an example of EBP in action research in a school library. The authors use a teaching model based in EBP to examine instruction in the school library.
This paper examines the possibilities of EBP in school libraries in affirming the role of the school librarian as leader. The authors use examples of EBP in linking student achievement to school library programs.
This article takes a close look at EBP in the school library, taking the initial work of Ross Todd and working to applying it directly and concretely.
This guide provides an overview of using data in education to make decisions, much like EBP. The focus is largely on testing data, but there are opportunities to consider data collection and use across the curriculum and in many learning situations.
This guide from the Ontario Ministry of Education takes a very practical approach to data-drive practices, which align with collecting evidence for practice. Though sometimes using some different language and jargon, this guide is heavily aligned with EBP and has some great pointers.
This video takes a closer look at some of the different types of evidence that can be collected.
This extensive guide provides detailed information on conducting action research in the classroom. EBP and action research are closely aligned and this guide provides many helpful tools and strategies for conducting research and collecting data in the classroom or library.
Todd's article reexamines his ideas on EBP in school libraries from previous works. This overview on EBP provides insights into the different types of evidence and how they can be applied to work for the school librarian locally and in efforts toward advocacy.
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