The report examines the effectiveness of educational interventions aimed at supporting children and young people with multi-sensory impairment, in school settings.
This is the latest release
The Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) does not identify evidence to show interventions that are able to definitively address ‘what works’.
The evidence assessment stage identified only 29 studies as being suitable for inclusion in this REA. The report identifies that the field of MSI research is relatively new and as MSI is of small incidence in the school population, research is difficult.
Some evidence of positive outcomes across many of the interventions are identified.
The report highlights there have been few robust assessments of school based interventions in this topic area. Two implications of this for Wales are highlighted:
- more research to produce evidence on effectiveness of interventions is required
- practitioners must design broad interventions based on the evidence and practice available. And then use assessment of progress to amend interventions
The educational practice examined here does however show the general value of many of the interventions.
A Rapid Evidence Assessment of the effectiveness of educational interventions to support children and young people with multi-sensory impairment
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