Hello everyone! I've been trying to convince my boss to let me give away our new product, SimpleAssessment: Student Technology Proficiency, FREE to all districts at NECC. They think I'm crazy. I think it's a great idea.

I'm creating a report to prove to them why I think this idea is so amazing - mostly, they don't think districts would want to participate. I would love to include comments in my report about what actual tech coordinators/curriculum directors think about this!

My proposal is detailed below. Your comments are appreciated. Your support will hopefully help districts across the country assess the technology proficiency of all of their 8th graders - FREE.

Nothing is finalized but this is my pitch and a little bit about the product:

Our product: tech assessment administered online within a Learning Management System (LMS)

Promotion: All districts at NECC (and if you are replying and aren't attending I'm sure I can work something out for you!) will receive the following for FREE:

- School branded LMS
- Enough licenses for all of their 8th graders (Maximum 250)
- SimpleAssessment based on NETS-S 1998 Edition for PC
-SimpleAssessment based on NETS-S 1998 Edition for Mac
-Basic reporting

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Tags: NECC, assessment, infosource, tech

Comment by David Kapuler on June 11, 2008 at 10:22am
I think that would be great, we use a tech assessment for staff and our 8th graders using Easy Tech/Learning.com. My old district use to give that assessment to 5th graders as well, but I'd be interested in seeing what other alternatives are out there.



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