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Dissemination report systematic planning for school improvement by Systematic Planning for School Improvement Conference (1981 May 5-6)

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Published by Ohio Department of Education, Inservice Education in Columbus .
Written in English

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  • Teachers -- In-service training

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ContributionsOhio. Office of Inservice Education
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 110 p. :
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14057883M

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Research reports or presentations may be disseminated to other investigators, health professionals, policymakers, or consumers. A brief research report can also be submitted to professional organizations or the media. Press releases should also be considered, as this offers an efficient mechanism for dissemination. Reports, journal articles, and Web sites can transmit information about the project. Conference presentations and Web sites are ways to promote the project and its outcomes. In addition to more traditional dissemination methods, it can be useful to use less typical strategies. To write the report you need to refer to your completed dissemination forms which you also should enclose to the report in annex. Format of the report. The report should be written in English. The main body of the text should be written using the Arial font and single spacing with point interlining spacing. Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health is a practical guide to making research more consequential, a collection assembled and written by today's leading D&I researchers. Readers of this book are taught to: Evaluate the evidence base in an effective intervention Choose a strategy that produces the greatest impactReviews: