Fidelity of implementation of activity-based intervention in daycare


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Lemire, C., Dionne, C. et Rousseau, M. (2021). Fidelity of implementation of activity-based intervention in daycare. Early Child Development and Care . ISSN 0300-4430 DOI 10.1080/03004430.2021.1885390

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Despite the recognized effectiveness of naturalistic intervention practices, including activity-based intervention (ABI), challenges remain regarding their implementation. Assessing implementation fidelity can help understand factors that may influence their implementation. This study aims to document the evolution of ABI implementation fidelity (Adherence, Dosage, Quality and Participant responsiveness) in daycare settings following professional development. The participants are four educators. The current study uses an embedded design. The predominant aspect is quantitative, that is, single-case research design with three measurement phases of 12 observation moments. In terms of Dosage, an increase in the frequency of learning opportunities offered by educators is observed as the experiment progresses. For three educators, results show moderate and significant effects of professional development between Phases 1 and 3. A slight decrease in Quality can be observed when learning opportunities are adapted to children's developmental levels. This article highlights the importance of documenting several components of implementation fidelity. © 2021 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group.

Type de document: Article
Mots-clés libres: daycare implementation fidelity naturalistic intervention
Date de dépôt: 13 sept. 2021 12:54
Dernière modification: 01 sept. 2022 04:00
Version du document déposé: Post-print (version corrigée et acceptée)

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