iZone’s Short Cycle Evaluation Challenge

You are invited to participate in the iZone’s Short Cycle Evaluation Challenge (SCEC). Please see below.

We are looking for teacher teams of 4-6 educators who are interested in piloting an instructional educational technology tool (website, app, or software) that helps them better support their ENL (English as a New Language) or foreign language students.

Why Participate?

There are a few reasons why educators might want to participate in the Short-Cycle Evaluation Challenge, including:

· It’s an opportunity to evaluate a tool that has the potential to supplement and enhance your instruction.

· It can bring teachers in your school together to work towards a common goal.

· You meet and get to know your matched company and can influence the decisions that companies make about their products’ features.

· You’ll learn from educators from schools across the city about how to effectively integrate technology into your instruction.

The product matching process kicks off at the end of this school year. The pilot itself takes place over twelve weeks in the fall. Your teachers will

Interested in more information? Learn more about the pilot and application processes in our announcement blog post at http://izonenyc.org/apply-scec. The deadline for teacher teams is April 15.

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The mission of Hudson High School of Learning Technologies is to promote and develop the art of inquiry so that our students are confident self-directed learners who are able to understand the world, appreciate multiple perspectives, participate in the progress of their community and become empowered personal advocates.