Organizing Design-Based Implementation Research (DBIR) in Research-Practice Partnerships
This workshop is organized for researchers and practitioners who are interested in collaborative design within research-practice partnerships to advance both learning theory and practice. Participants need not have experience working in research-practice partnerships to benefit. Doctoral students, postdoctoral scholars, and early career scholars are especially encouraged to apply. We also encourage practitioners attending the conference either as partners of researchers or as individuals to participate.

If more people apply than we can accommodate, we will select participants to maximize diversity of experience levels.

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