The Evidence-based Reasoning model is a systematic inquiry into student learning to determine what interventions are required in classroom contexts. The four step process includes noticing students who need additional support in their learning, the use of assessment data to establish an evidence-base, and subsequent interpretation that leads to decision making. The reasoning process is supported by collaborative practice models both within and beyond the teaching profession. The evaluation of interventions is integral in determining the impact that interventions have on student learning.
Ziebell, Natasha and Skeat, Jemma
"Evidence-based Reasoning Processes in Education: A Model to Support Interventionist Practice.,"
Australian Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 45
, Article 6.
Available at: https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol45/iss3/6