Framing the Evidence Survey: Schools and Districts
To help schools better gauge the effectiveness of technology in teaching and learning, the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) has launched the Framing the Evidence program. To learn more about the program, visit
. We invite schools and districts to participate in the program, which should help them assess the impact of technology in addressing instructional and learning challenges.
The following form asks a few questions as part of the application process for your school or district to participate in the program. Completing the form does not obligate you to participate; it merely serves as an indication of interest. If SETDA identifies a match between your school or district needs and the solutions that our organization’s private sector partners provide, we will contact you to discuss the potential of a free trial to these products and services.
Title or Position
School or District
SETDA Liaison (person who shared this form with you)
School or Program Type
K – 12 Public School
Private or Independent School
Federal Geographic Classification
School or District Free/Reduced Percentage (estimate is fine)
What kinds of tools or resources is your school interested in exploring? Consider the following outcomes and choose all that apply:
Empower learners by helping students use tools and resources to demonstrate competency
Foster digital citizenship
Help students develop the skills to construct knowledge and develop their creativity
Foster design thinking in our students to develop their problem-solving skills
Increase problem solving and analysis in our students by strengthening computational thinking skills
Increase communication skills across a wide spectrum of platforms, tools and resources.
Empower students to think as global citizens and contribute to broad goals and concepts
Grade Level(s) for Potential Pilot (check all that apply)
Early Education (Pre-K – 2)
Areas of Interest
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)
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