Category: Ed-Tech Pilots

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How School Districts Work to Improve Summer Learning with Ed-Tech Programs

Findings from summer 2016 pilots of four ed-tech products in three districts

Lessons Learned from Math Product Pilots in Six School Districts

Findings from spring 2016 pilots of two middle school math products

Pittsburgh Schools and Developers Share Tips for Improved Ed-tech Pilots

Is it worth the extra time and effort for schools and product developers to adopt a more rigorous approach to collecting data?

How Strong is the Evidence? A Tool to Evaluate Studies of Ed Tech Products

New tool helps school leaders evaluate studies of ed tech products

Using Research in Ed Tech: What Does “Research-Based” Really Mean?

Developers share examples of research-based product development

K-12 Educators and Administrators: Share Your Ed-tech Pilot Approach

Inviting educators to join pilot crowdsource challenge

Highlighting Ed-tech Research and Pilot Best Practices

Understanding the role of scientific research and school pilots

Expanded Data Visualization: A Further Look at Improving Ed-Tech Purchasing

Two interactive tools to further explore survey responses

Kicking the Tires: A Pathway to Better Ed-Tech Pilots

In absence of unbiased info, ed-tech needs better test drives

Improving Ed-Tech Purchasing

A new study on the discovery and acquisition of K-12 technology tools

A ‘Learning Ecosystem’ Approach to Ed-Tech Acquisition

When acquiring learning tools, let’s think bigger than “technology”

Improving learning with the power of technology

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