Collaborate with JEX
We regularly launch new projects focused on collecting and disseminating information about specific learning domains.
For example, we might give stipends to one thousand rural reading teachers so they can document their experiences with selecting, piloting, and implementing dozens of different reading programs that perform differently in different implementation environments.
Or we might give stipends to one thousand inner city teachers so they can document their experiences with various algebra support programs. Review the projects below to learn more and find out how you and your colleagues can get involved.
Or, if you care deeply about a specific learning domain and might like to explore a collaboration with us, let us know below.
DEVELOPING A COMMON LANGUAGE FOR EDTECH IMPLEMENTATION
Our inaugural project addresses the gap between edtech research and implementation. It’s about understanding what matters in the complex world of edtech implementation and facilitating a new conversation about our shared barriers — and achievements.
ACCEPTING INTEREST FROM EDUCATORS WHO MIGHT BE WILLING TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK AND RECEIVE A STIPEND
If you’re working on the front lines of education and regularly selecting or using edtech tools for teaching and learning, we want to hear from you. We provide stipends and support to educators and other edtech decision-makers to help gather information that advances our collective understanding of edtech implementation efficacy and to help build a replete database of tools for consideration in our implementation research.