May 10, 2021 | By Sierra Noakes
After a year of fast-paced, high-pressure decision making, you’re now called on to figure out which edtech products will support your learners and educators.
Should you continue to use the products you implemented before the rush to distance learning? Should you expand the use of new tools that educators found to meet immediate learning needs? Are there new tools to consider that address your communities’ new and evolving needs as you move to hybrid and in-person learning?
We’ve heard from our district partners that these four guiding questions help them find the right tools.
*These questions were developed by DC Public Schools, Highline Public Schools, South Fayette Township School District, Vancouver Public Schools, Vista Unified School District, and West Ada School District. Learn more about these districts’ decision-making processes and find some of their resources here.