Friday, December 15, 2017

Liz Kolb’s work wins bronze ICT Support and Services Award at the Reimagine Education Conference


Professor Liz Kolb’s research and work on the Triple E Framework won a bronze award in ICT Support and Services at the Reimagine Education Conference. The ICT Support and Services Award is awarded to institutions that create the best Information Technology tools that enhance the supportive framework upon which outstanding teaching and/or learning is constructed.

The Triple E Framework, developed in 2011 by Professor Kolb, is an assessment tool that K-12 educators use to measure how effectively a lesson integrates technology to positively impact student learning goals. The Triple E Framework is informed by decades of valid research which provided guidelines on effective and ineffective practices for technology tools to elicit learning growth in students. The TripleEPLN developed in 2017, is a social networking tool supporting K-12 educators to evaluate their lesson plans with the Triple E Framework and collaborate with other teachers on designing lessons to integrate technology informed by research.

Liz Kolb is Clinical Associate Professor

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