1. In this video, Brooklyn Arbor teachers Maria Arcodia and Théa Williams invite you into their classrooms to share their experiences working with Teachley Analytics, a company offering apps to supplement students’ math instruction, in this year’s Short-Cycle Evaluation Challenge.

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  2. iZone's Short-Cycle Evaluation Challenge (SCEC) aims to develop a rigorous edtech evaluation cycle to help educators make informed decisions about technology tools that support teaching and learning. Short-cycle evaluations are semester-long studies on edtech apps and software used by teacher teams in their classrooms.

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  3. Erick Odom, teacher at East Bronx Academy of the Future, and Monica Brady-Myerov, founder and CEO of Listen Current, speaks about their experience working together in iZone's Short-Cycle Evaluation Challenge (SCEC).

    SCEC matches teacher teams with software companies based on a classroom challenge identified by the teacher team and a product’s potential to alleviate the challenge. Over the 2014-15 school year, 10 teachers teams spent a semester piloting and evaluating who the products work for, when, and under what circumstances. Short-cycle evaluations assess implementation quality, improve feedback loops, and offer preliminary indications of learning outcomes.

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  4. iZone's Short-Cycle Evaluation Challenge (SCEC) matches software companies with teacher teams, based on a classroom challenge identified by the teacher team and a product’s potential to alleviate the challenge. Over the 2014-15 school year, 10 teacher-edtech teams are spending a semester rapidly evaluating who the products work for, when, and under what circumstances. Short-cycle evaluations assess implementation quality, improve feedback loops, and offer preliminary indications of learning outcomes.

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  5. iZone's Short-Cycle Evaluation Challenge (SCEC) matches software companies with teacher teams, based on a classroom challenge identified by the teacher team and a product’s potential to alleviate the challenge. Over the 2014-15 school year, 10 teacher-edtech teams are spending a semester rapidly evaluating who the products work for, when, and under what circumstances. Short-cycle evaluations assess implementation quality, improve feedback loops, and offer preliminary indications of learning outcomes.

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