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2 = Inadequate - The technology being evaluated makes an insignificant improvement to the learning experience. This tool or program has very little support for instructional strategies.
3 = Effective - The technology being evaluated makes a moderate improvement to the learning experience. This tool or program may support instructional strategies.
4 = Transforming - The technology being evaluated makes a significant improvement in the learning experience. This tool or program will support instructional strategies.
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