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Many education companies count on classroom educators to take up their products, spread the word about those products’ benefits, and become champions when vendors push for district-wide adoption. But how much freedom do teachers actually have to test out digital tools without central office approval? In this webinar, we’ll take a look at survey data that speaks to teachers’ roles in driving ed-tech usage in school systems, and discuss what their level of influence means for vendors trying to create products that will win over classroom educators. Attendees will come away with the following:
- An analysis of EdWeek Market Brief survey data looking at what level of freedom teachers have in choosing products;
- Insights on when teachers make product recommendations, who in the school district they speak to about their preferences; and
- Perspective from a school district official on how their school system set policies for teachers’ testing of ed tech.
Senior Vice President, K-12 Strategy, Instructure
Director of Technology, Steuben County Metropolitan School District, Indiana
Staff Writer, EdWeek Market Brief
Managing Editor, EdWeek Market Brief