Designing and Conducting Randomized and Quasi-Experimental Field Trials for Educational Interventions

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Designing and Conducting Randomized and Quasi-Experimental Field Trials for Educational Interventions

This presentation examines the theoretical, pragmatic, and substantive factors for conducting rigorous evaluation of educational interventions. Theoretical factors include the specification and mapping of a theory of change to identify the sample and intervention characteristics, and intervention outcomes; as well as main relationships of interest and the formulation of research questions. Pragmatically, researchers must consider preconditions that should be met prior to attempting rigorous intervention evaluation. Substantively, outcome measures must be specified with psychometric sensitivity to the constructs to be assessed, and attention needs to be given to fidelity of implementation of the intervention and how that will be assessed and incorporated into analysis to support policy and theory.

PRESENTED BY: Dr. Darrell Hull

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Event Link: 
https://coe.unt.edu/research/research-consulting
Contact Name: 
UNT Office of Research Consulting
Contact Email: 
COE-ORC@unt.edu
Contact Phone: 
940-565-4414
Event Date: 
Wednesday, November 3, 2021 - 4:00pm
Event Location: 
Matthews Hall room 310