Find programs and pedagogical practices that work

Today while looking for information on Peer Assisted Learning Strategies, I learned about the Promising Practices Network:

The Promising Practices Network (PPN) is dedicated to providing quality evidence-based information about what works to improve the lives of children, youth, and families.

The PPN site features summaries of programs and practices that are proven to improve outcomes for children. All of the information on the site has been screened for scientific rigor, relevance, and clarity.

This is a great resource for teachers, coaches, administrators and parents looking for programs that have an effective track record in improving children’s health and safety, readiness for school and success in schools, as well as programs that build strong families.

The nice thing about this site, is that each program overview is rich with information and easy to follow. For a sample program report, check out the Early Intervention in Reading report.

Anna

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