Framing the Evidence: Private Sector Partners
SETDA has launched the Framing the Evidence program to explore the efficacy of a variety of educational software tools that our private sector partners develop for use in schools. Through this work, SETDA hopes to serve our private sector partners, school districts, and educational researchers by providing evidence-based research on the ways that ed tech serves schools. This form asks a few questions of private sector partners to ascertain the interest level in being part of a pilot group to begin this work. Submitting this form merely captures interest from partners; it does not obligate you to participate in the program.
Please submit this form once for each product you might like matched with school districts for an efficacy study.
Company or Organization
Product Web Address (URL)
Provide a brief overview of your product’s functionality, capabilities, and educational benefits to students, educators, and schools.
What research did you conduct on your product in its development? Did you work with any partners (e.g., institutions of higher education) to gather these insights?
What tangible results does your product provide? How are those results communicated?
Target audience of your product:
Early Childhood Education (Pre-K – 3)
Elementary School (Grades 3 – 5)
Middle School (Grades 5 – 8)
High School (Grades 9 – 12)
Please check all of the measures that you may be interested in capturing regarding the efficacy of your product:
Use statistics, including repetitions, unique visits, length of time engaged, etc.
Anecdotal: Impressions from user experience
Correlational: Comparisons of users (variable) and non-users (control)
What other aspects might you wish to measure, specific to your product?
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