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Articulate the specific need or challenge your district is trying to address so you can determine if the piloted edtech meets that need.
Evaluate various products based on factors like existing research and pilot scope, so that you can choose a product that matches your need.
Create specific goals to ensure a shared vision, identify data that will be used to determine success, and create shared expectations.
Ensure teachers are provided training, technology support, and instructional coaching to enable a strong implementation of the new tool.
Collect quantitative and qualitative data through surveys, interview and more to determine whether the pilot goals are met.
Analyze data to evaluate if the piloted edtech tool met your goals and to determine whether to purchase, continuing piloting, or discontinue use of the tool.
Work with the edtech provider to understand and negotiate the total cost of implementing the tool. Remember to consider ongoing costs.
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The Pilot Study Briefs provide findings from school district-led edtech pilots to help you make product selection decisions based on evidence.
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