A collection of tools and resources to design and conduct pilots, analyze their collected data, and potentially negotiate and purchase edtech tools. Tools are actionable (templates, surveys, etc.) while Resources are references (publications, websites, etc.).

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Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) Student Questionnaire From Davis, Bagozzi, & Warshaw (1989)

The Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) Student Questionnaire that considers students’ perceived usefulness and perceived ease-of-use of technology based on the technology acceptance model.

Tool

Pilot Study Brief Template

A reporting template to succinctly share pilot results within a district and with external peers and partners.

Resource

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.

Resource

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.

Tool

Digital Promise Edtech Pilot Teacher Post-Survey

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

Tool

Digital Promise Edtech Pilot Teacher Pre-Survey

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

Tool

Digital Promise Edtech Pilot Student Post-Survey

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

Tool

Digital Promise Edtech Pilot Student Pre-Survey

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

Tool

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 edtech product pilot.

Tool

Teacher Weekly Implementation Checks

A four-question survey for teachers to assess implementation during a pilot study.