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Measuring Efficacy in Edtech

Measuring Efficacy in Edtech

With more and more technology in the classroom, the quest to find tools that effectively help educators and their students becomes increasingly important—and increasingly difficult. How can educators best identify the products that meet their classroom needs? And how can an edtech company measure how much their product helps students and teachers? Read on for a range of perspectives on how to measure efficacy in edtech, from Pearson to LEAP Innovation, from Remind to the Silicon Valley Education Fund to the MIND Research Institute.

Perspectives on Efficacy

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How Much Do Educators Care About Edtech Efficacy? Less Than You Might Think

OVER 1 YEAR AGO

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The Hard Truths and False Starts About Edtech Efficacy Research

OVER 1 YEAR AGO

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Meet Caliper, the Data Standard That May Help Us (Finally) Measure Edtech Efficacy

OVER 1 YEAR AGO

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Did That Edtech Tool Really Cause That Growth? How to Watch Out For Faulty Efficacy Studies

OVER 2 YEARS AGO

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What Data Will Show That Edtech ‘Works’?

ABOUT 2 YEARS AGO

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If Edtech Efficacy Research Ignores Implementation, How Does It Help Improve Education?

OVER 1 YEAR AGO

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Stakes Are Too High For High-Tech Mistakes

OVER 3 YEARS AGO

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Holding Content Accountable

OVER 3 YEARS AGO

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How We Can Define and Improve Edtech Product Efficacy

OVER 3 YEARS AGO

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