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The ed-tech pilot size dictates the types and amount of data needed from participants. Consider gathering information from educators, leaders, students, and the product itself to best understand user experiences and learning outcomes. Review academic calendars and testing schedules, so students and teachers are not overburdened by the data collection process.

Collect Feedback from Users

Tools & Resources

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Digital Promise Teacher Focus Group Protocol

A protocol to conduct in-person focus groups to measure changes in teacher attitudes and skills, and district context and readiness for change, over the course of an ed-tech product pilot.

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DP Ed Tech Pilot Student Post-Surveys

A survey used to capture changes in student attitudes and skills at the end of the pilot.

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DP Ed Tech Pilot Student Pre-Surveys

A survey used to gather baseline data from students before the pilot begins.

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DP Ed Tech Pilot Teacher Post-Surveys

A survey to capture changes in teachers’ attitudes and skills at the end of the pilot.

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DP Ed Tech Pilot Teacher Pre-Surveys

A survey for teachers to understand their readiness to begin a pilot as well as baseline attitudes and skills.

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DP Pilot to Purchase Student Survey Questions (Instrument)

A 22-question survey for students about their experience using a new ed-tech product in a pilot study.

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DP Pilot to Purchase Teacher Survey Questions (Instrument)

A 55-question survey for teachers about their experience using a new ed-tech product in a pilot study.

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LearnPlatform Chrome Extensions for Ed-Tech Analytics From Learn Platform

LearnPlatform has developed 2 Chrome extensions that provide free monthly ed-tech analytics reports to administrators so they can quickly and easily gain a comprehensive view of what ed-tech is actually being used across their schools and district.

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West Ada High School Student Survey From West Ada

A brief survey for students about their experience using a software tool, developed by West Ada School District.

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West Ada Teacher Survey From West Ada

A brief survey for teachers about their experience using a software tool, developed by West Ada School District.

Tips for Success!

A list of tips
  • Gather feedback from everyone using the tool, especially students and teachers.
  • Collect both quantitative and qualitative data.