The BPL Development Framework outlines a multi-year process for districts to engage in as they move toward adopting blended and personalized best practices.
This is the tool Highlander Institute staff and observers use to collect data during classroom observations.
This document helps companies or other stakeholders record observations meaningfully when they visit a classroom that is piloting a product. It was developed as a template for use by iZone staff, company representatives, and the Center for Children & Technology research team.
This worksheet will help you think about what data you need to collect in to determine whether the ed tech product is meeting your school or districts' identified goals.
This worksheet will help you think about your goals for the ed tech pilot and how those goals align with your school and/or district's vision for teaching and learning.
The LEAP Learning Framework is based on research and educator experience to define the key elements of a learner's experience in a personalized learning setting. It sets the research agenda for LEAP Innovations and is used for guiding classroom, school, and institution level design.
The LEAP Personalized Learning Surveys are designed to measure the teaching practices and classroom conditions that enable personalized learning. The surveys ask teachers about their practices and students about their classroom experiences.
This brief interview protocol focuses on teacher readiness to use technology.
To be used in conjunction with scripted observation notes, this protocol highlights key issues for reflection and measurement when observing classrooms.
This brief interview protocol focuses on teacher reflections on technology and personalized learning.
This document helps teachers try out a product with a small group of students to find and plan for any issues they might run into when they introduce and pilot the product with the whole class.
A document to guide and collect data during site observations by a member of the national team
This protocol has key questions for teacher focus groups.
These logs take approximately 5 minutes and are a good way to track teacher experiences and product ratings over time as well as collect open-ended responses.
This document is a version of our tuning protocol, a structured process for giving and receiving feedback to refine teams’ work, used by companies and teacher teams during the second workshop of the pilot.