Popard Applied Research

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What is POPARD APPLIED RESEARCH and how can I get involved?

Applied research is scientific study that seeks to solve practical problems in real-world settings. POPARD consultants are encouraged to develop research projects that will support innovative practices and contribute to knowledge about best practices in supporting students with ASD in the school-system.

Projects reflect two POPARD goals:

  • To empower school teams across the province of BC in supporting students with ASD. Through building local capacity, increase the success of students with ASD in the school system.
  • To expand research opportunities and partnerships.

POPARD consultants collaborate with staff in school districts and other institutions across BC. Some projects are single-case studies (evaluating the effect of an intervention on a single student); other projects involve small groups of students, and others, focus on staff and the support they receive from POPARD.

Individuals who are interested in exploring a practice and conducting a research project are encouraged to discuss this with their POPARD consultant, or to contact info@autismoutreach.ca.

Researchers: Michelle Pozin

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Researchers: Jacquie Bezo, POPARD Consultant

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Researchers: Pat Moret (POPARD), Joanne Marshall (POPARD), and Donna Barner (S. D. 78)

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Researchers: Brenda Dussault, POPARD; Lorraine Kamp, SET BC; Janet Watts, SET BC

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