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In the references page, just cited all the 6 articles (files) that I’ve attached.
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After reading the instruction in the file that I’ve provided (the file named Assign 5 Prompt – Assessing the evidence), you’ll realize that the professor wants me to identify Evidence-Based Practices for the 1 Particular program that have been assigned on (file attached). Determining if this 1 program, which is “Thinking For A Change” is actually an evidence-Based Practice and should be used by the State of Oregon; so you’ve been tasked by the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission if this program is indeed is Evidence-Based.
You have to use the paper that is written by Campbell et al. (2018), it is attached also. In that paper, you’ll find that the writers not only explain everything but pretty much in those entirely paper, you only wanna focused on the method sections, but you’ll note that throughout that paper, they’ve highlighted what is necessary for evidence-based practice, they’ve discussed each step (there’re 7 steps mentioned to be followed) and they also give the definition in the table to Evidence-Based (EB), Research-Based (RB), Promising Practice (PP), and Concencess-Based (CB). Then, they also walk you through those step-by-step little diagram (another table is shown) that will help you determine what essentially Thinking For A Change (the program) is. The evidence that you’ll be using to determine the questions (the 7 steps) is also attached under the file named “Thinking For A Change.” It gives the program information, basically, the National Institute of Correction training manual for the program and what Thinking for a change includes in it as a program.
And also, there are 4 evaluations; 3 of them have been peer-reviewed (Lowenkamp et al (2009), Golden et al (2006), and Latessa et al (2009)). The last 1 of them is a report (which is CEBP report (2011)). In that report, it includes Thinking for A Change (You focus on that report.) All of those evaluations have been attached also. So, those evaluations are used to eventually esses if the program (Thinking for a change) is evidence-based.
Some of the things in terms of component that you will do will be available in the program manual (Thinking for a change.) The program manual is about 708 pages. YOU DO NOT NEED TO READ that whole thing. In fact, you can just scam for the staff that you need to identify as the primary component. And most of that will be available in the table of contents. But if you want a breakdown to what each component is made up of (what are the steps, what are the focuses, what are the theoretical aspects of them), then you can dive into each aspect from the table of contents. But really just use these as a piecemeal. You may be read the introduction but that’s about it. It is for you to reference so that as you make the decision as you go through all the steps (Figure 1 table: Steps to ranking evidence-based practices) you can at least answer the component proportion by looking at both, the evidence available (which is all the evaluations files attached) in relation to the program, that is actually being implemented.
Ultimately, once you answer those step-by-step (7 steps) questions, you have to tell in the paper what your response is, in terms of what the rank is of the program, and how you justifying that rank based on the information that is provided. So those 4 evaluations, as well as the program manual.
Be sure to keep your response or justification between 700 and 1,000 words in paragraph forms, NO BULLETIN, NO QUOTES, NO COPYING & PASTING from the article (program), or from the 4 evaluations manual.
REMEMBER that the first paragraph is not part of those 700 – 1,000 words count. 1st paragraph is separate (it is an introduction) that gives your initial response to the Oregon Criminal Justice Commission, what is your primary determination? Maybe by giving a brief summary of why you came to the conclusion of your whole answers. And in the next paragraph, begin to answer those 7 steps in 700 – 1,000 words.
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