Bourke, R., & Loveridge, J. (2013). A scientist-practitioner model for inclusive education: Supporting graduate students to conduct systematic reviews for evidence-based practice. New Zealand Journal of Teachers’ Work, 10(1), 4–23. This resource is important because it focuses on best practices with emphasis on inclusiveness.
Arnell, R. (2018). Conceptualising evidence-based practice in Educational Psychology. University of Exeter. This resource is useful because it provides a comprehensive evaluation of evidence-based practices within the Educational Psychology framework.
Cook, B. G., Smith, G. J., & Tankersley, M. (2012). Evidence-based practices in education. In APA Educational Psychology handbook, Vol 1: Theories, constructs, and critical issues (pp. 495–527). American Psychological Association. https://doi-org.proxy1.ncu.edu/10.1037/13273-017
This resource shows the translation of Educational Psychology theory and principles to provide the framework for evidence-based practices in other fields.
Rosenfield, S. A., & Berninger, V. W. (2009). Implementing evidence-based academic interventions in school settings. Oxford University Press. This recommended resource will be useful in order to understand best practices for interventions in school contexts.
Academic Success Center. (n.d.). Outlining and annotating. Northcentral University. This resource is important because it presents a guide and video to help you create an outline. Focus on the “Outline” tab as you get started.
Alexander, P. A. (2018). Past as prologue: Educational psychology’s legacy and progeny. Journal of Educational Psychology, 110(2), 147–162.
This resource provides a discussion on the future of Educational Psychology, emphasizing issues of evidence-based practice in the field.