GRANT TO FUND EDTECH IMPLEMENTATION SHARING PROTOTYPE
The Jefferson Education Exchange (JEX) is working with LearnPlatform to develop a platform where teachers can share information on how they are using education technology products in their classrooms. The prototype, which funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, will provide educators with a way to get evaluations on different solutions from their peers.
The project will create a mechanism where teachers can provide data on their experiences with implementing education technology products. Teachers will also be able to get customized reports from prior teachers on the best ways to ensure success with technology integrations into their classrooms.
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