Trends vs Data and Research
Issued by Concordia University
Makes educational design and technology decisions based upon data collection and the best available research, while resisting decision based primarily upon educational trends and fashions [0.25]Additional Details
A description of one potential need for a specific educational organization that might benefit from an educational technology product or service. The need is described, including the educational goals and the target audience (grade level, location, other relevant demographic information, etc.).
A review of two educational technology products or services. The review is completed using the Pearson Efficacy Framework: outcomes, evidence, planning and implementation, and capacity to deliver.
A 300-500 word summary of the review. Included are recommendations to use or not to use the two products reviewed for the educational context. The results from the Pearson Efficacy Framework are used to validate the learner's recommendations.