What are Evidence-Based Practices?
Evidence-based practices (EBP) are strategies proven to achieve positive outcomes by pulling together the best available research, expert knowledge, program data, and input from children and their caregivers.
What are examples of EBPs in Early Childhood?
Universal Screening is vital to identifying young children for intervention and supports needed for success;
Early Intervention is key to the developmental success for children with delays;
Inclusive practices are beneficial to the developmental journey for all individuals, no matter their abilities; and
Practice-Based Coaching, a cyclical process to support teachers through shared action planning and reflection, is the most effective practice that leads to positive outcomes for students.