Five things to consider when selecting effective educational technology for Emergent Bilinguals
What constitutes an “effective” edtech program?
In this webinar, Nicholas Feroce, Ph.D., of Lexia®, Efficacy and Impact Research, dives into the research about how educational technology is assessed and implemented successfully. The topics include how edtech programs are measured for effectiveness, the technical aspects that impact selection, and the specific needs of supporting Emergent Bilinguals. Move beyond statistics to understand the how and why of personalized literacy learning.
In this webinar, you'll learn about the components of a logic model following a real example from a blended learning English-language learning tool. It's packed with details and insight, so grab a pen before you begin watching.
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