Overview and Rationale for the Systematic Screening and Assessment Method

@inproceedings{Leviton2010OverviewAR,
  title={Overview and Rationale for the Systematic Screening and Assessment Method},
  author={Laura C. Leviton and Marjorie A. Gutman},
  year={2010}
}
This chapter gives the rationale and conceptual defense for the Systematic Screening and Assessment (SSA) Method, a way to identify the most promising innovations in preparation for rigorous evaluation. The SSA Method starts by identifying the innovations that real-world practitioners have developed and then systematically assesses which innovations will offer the greatest payoff from further evaluation. Through sequential purchase of evaluative information, the SSA Method aims to avoid a… CONTINUE READING
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