The Pilot Study Briefs provide synthesized findings from edtech pilots to help education leaders make evidence based product selection decisions. To find out more about which products work best in which context, explore the briefs below.
The pilot goal was for Woot Math Polls to support mathematics teachers in more frequently administering and more effectively using formative assessment in their classrooms.
The study’s goal was to improve student understanding of rational number concepts and operations, and achievement on rational number assessments.
The goal of Cajon Valley’s pilot was to improve reading outcomes for English Learners at risk of becoming Long Term English Learners.
The goal of Vista’s pilot was to find a tool that supports their middle and secondary newcomers practice language development and grammar skills.
The goal of this pilot was to help students transition from block-base coding to text-base coding in 5th grade.
The goal of the pilot was to get the students to play Amplify Games’ educational games outside of the classroom during leisure time.
Pilot results for the Vista district’s study of Mathspace.
Pilot results for the Rowan Salisbury district’s study of Mathspace.
Pilot results for the Onslow district’s study of Mathspace.
Pilot results for the Mineola district’s study of Mathspace.