Differences in Observers’ and Teachers’ Fidelity Assessments

@article{Hansen2014DifferencesIO,
  title={Differences in Observers’ and Teachers’ Fidelity Assessments},
  author={William B Hansen and Melinda M. Pankratz and Dana C. Bishop},
  journal={The Journal of Primary Prevention},
  year={2014},
  volume={35},
  pages={297-308}
}
As evidence-based programs become disseminated, understanding the degree to which they are implemented with fidelity is crucial. This study tested the validity of fidelity ratings made by observers versus those made by teachers. We hypothesized that teachers’ reports about fidelity would have a positivity bias when compared to observers’ reports. Further… CONTINUE READING