In Step 2 you will turn the dilemma about Tamiya’s transition into an answerable question to help guide the search for evidence on a particular practice.
You can use a tool called PICO to help create a focused question that is answerable through research. PICO identifies the most essential information needed for this question. This information consists of short phrases that can be entered into a web-based search engine to find the best available research evidence on a particular practice such as transition. PICO requires that you identify the following information to develop the answerable question:
P – Person (characteristics of the children who will receive the intervention)
I – Interventions being considered
C – Comparison to other interventions (if there is research that compares two or more interventions)
O – Outcomes desired
Use PICO to identify the important information from the dilemma about how to promote Tamiya’s transition and adjustment and create the answerable question in Activity 2.2a.
After you complete Activity 2.2a, view an answerable question related to the dilemma about Tamiya’s transition to preschool.
View answerable question
For young children with disabilities who are transitioning from early intervention to preschool (P), do intentional transition activities/practices (I) support continued learning and development (short-term outcome) and later school success (long-term outcome)?