People don't buy what you do they buy why you do it
Does it shift students to the center of the learning conversation?
Does it empower students to become responsible for their own learning.
Teacher facilitator- guide/side
Actionable metrics- visual snapshot-where students are
Does it fill a gap or support access to users who would have previously had access or the ability to interact in the same way?
- Language acquisition
- Language differences
- Learning exceptionalities
- Learning styles
- Multiple Intelligences
Impact on those with exceptionalities- need for tools to help meet their needs
Accessible, flexible, supportive, asynchronous
Do work that matters.
Does it help users assess what they actually want to see in their students?
balance stakeholder needs with end user (order of focus)
Do what is best for kiddos--give teachers tool to make a difference for them.
Does it support an intuitive UX/UI allowing product to naturally unfold in the classroom?
Clean, simple, intuitive, minimalist, playful, creative, open-ended
Does it support connectedness?
collaborative, connected, move all forward, not carrying burden alone, life long learner model, connection--growth
Does it provide clear value to users?
Does it push against the edge of possibility?