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Evidence of effectiveness for research validated

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Evidence of effectiveness for research-validated programs is published in scholarly peer-re- viewed journals. Research-validated program materials are complete, available, and ready to be implement- ed at school sites in California. student-driven instruction. This type of instruction emphasizes student engagement and responsi- bility to direct learning while teachers act as facilitators and guides to ensure accurate and effective learning and skill development. Some examples of student-driven instructional strategies include role-playing and participation in simulated situations, writing assignments, team projects, self- paced assignments, and service-learning assignments. whole school, whole community, whole child. The Whole Child approach is the next evolution of the coordinated school model. Developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Association for the Supervision of Curriculum Development (2014), the model aims to align the policies, processes, and practices of education, public health, and school health to improve chil- dren’s learning and health.
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