Daniel Almirall

Getting SMART About Adaptive Interventions in Education

Research Project Description
Daniel Almirall, Inbal Nahum-Shani

This 2-year project is aims to develop, implement, evaluate and continually refine a training program to improve the science of adaptive interventions in education. The program includes training in the use of novel, sequential multiple assignment randomized trials (SMART) for developing optimized adaptive interventions. It involves three components: 1) a website with freely-available, web resources (e.g., lectures and software); 2) an in-person, 4-day training Institute for 30 selected scholars in each year of the project; and 3) two follow-up, mentoring-based videoconferences with each scholar and his/her team of researchers after the training Institute.

Funding: Education, U.S. Department of (R324B180003)

Funding Period: 7/1/2018 to 6/30/2020

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