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Before beginning any type of research with human subjects, it is necessary to have your study reviewed by the ASU institutional review board (IRB). IRB is essential to protect the rights of research subjects, the researcher and institution. The recording below features Debra Murphy from ASU’s Knowledge Enterprise Development discussing the IRB process with specific scenarios and recommendations for conducting education specific research. Following her presentation, two MLFTC faculty members, along with Sarah Polasky from Research Opportunity Development and Advancement, speak about their experiences working with and building relationships with school partners. Their recommendations include:
Support for school-based research through our partner schools is coordinated through the Division Director of Teacher Preparation and the Office of Professional Experiences. Consultation regarding data collection and compliance is available from the Office of Data Strategy. Please contact Sarah.Polasky@asu.edu for assistance.