- Questions:Q1: Did you do your homework from last week? Share your experience connecting with another member of #edtechbridgeQ2: Have you ever had devs test a product in your classroom / have you ever tested your product in a classroom? How was it?Q3: What do you find is the best way to get feedback on a product from kids?Q4: How can we ensure that classroom user testing values and respects the teachers and students?Q5: What are ways to follow up and keep in touch after classroom testing?Q6: How often should you test an #edtech product in the classroom?Q7: Are you interested in participating in classroom testing (devs and teachers)? If so, what products would you like tested (or to test)?Summer will be a great time to establish relationships for classroom testing in the fall. Ideally, teachers can use the summer to become familiar with products and collaborate with #edtech devs.Q8: For summer, we are thinking of biweekly #edtechbridge chats. Yes? No? What will work for you?
- — Steven Isaacs (@mr_isaacs)Wed, Jun 04 2014 21:55:12
- — Jerry Blumengarten (@cybraryman1)Wed, Jun 04 2014 21:57:05
- — Jerry Blumengarten (@cybraryman1)Wed, Jun 04 2014 21:58:34
- — Steven Isaacs (@mr_isaacs)Wed, Jun 04 2014 22:00:02Welcome to #edtechbridge chat. Let's start with intros: Name, Geographic location, Role, favorite summer activity Glad you could join us!
- — Katya Hott (@katyamuses)Wed, Jun 04 2014 22:01:43
- — Stephanie Sandifer (@ssandifer)Wed, Jun 04 2014 22:03:06#edtechbridge intro - Stephanie, Houston TX, Educator/Learning Designer, fave summer activity: traveling with my kids :-)
#EdTechBridge: Complete Transcript from 6/4/2014 chat
Topic: Classroom User Testing
bySteven Isaacs136 Views