TRACKING THE 10 FACTORS THAT CAN MAKE–OR BREAK–AN ED-TECH IMPLEMENTATION
Why does an ed-tech product in one district succeed in advancing student achievement, while it might flatline in another district?
That’s just one of the questions the EdTech Genome Project tackled over the past several months, as it wrestled with the many factors that influence the outcome of an ed-tech product’s usage.
The “genome” project, a collaborative effort involving more than 100 education research and advocacy organizations, winnowed the field of about 80 variables to what they deemed to be the 10 most worthy of more study now. Those factors are:
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