Effects of the Treatment Integrity Planning Protocol (TIPP) on Treatment Integrity and Treatment Outcomes in School-Based Consultation, The
The reason for implementing an intervention is to see a resulting change in behavior. Determining whether an intervention is responsible for target behavior change requires an assessment of treatment integrity, that is, the degree to which the intervention was implemented as intended. This research aims to evaluate (1) the level of treatment integrity with which teachers implement academic interventions after direct training, (2) the Treatment Integrity Planning Protocol as a means of increasing the integrity with which teachers implement academic interventions within a consultation framework, and (3) teachers' ability to accurately assess their level of treatment implementation integrity on a self-report treatment integrity measure they planned.
FundingUS Education Department, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, Student Initiated Research Projects
StatusCompleted on March 31, 2006
Contact InformationLisa Sanetti