Watch this illustrated video detailing the key takeaways on efficacy, evidence and interpretation. This is a result of the Innovation Workshop, as part of the Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance.
In the Innovation Workshop, as part of the Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance (GVEIA), participants heard about the essentials of efficacy, evidence and interpretation when developing and before launching an EdTech solution. This workshop was led by two researchers, Professor Margaret Bearman, Deakin University, and Professor Michael Henderson, Monash University.
This workshop set the scene for the upcoming Innovation Sprints in the GVEIA. The Innovation Sprints are 26-week pilot projects where EdTech products are deployed with Victorian and international education institutions overseen by a steering committee.
The program will see the solutions tested for their efficacy, and document the technologies’ ability to solve and enhance learner outcomes.
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The Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance program is funded by the Victorian Government as part of the $3.6 million International Research Partnerships program under the International Education Short-Term Sector Recovery Plan.
For more information about the initiative visit Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance.