Do the words "easy", "quick" and "accurate" describe your Textbook Ado
Is your textbook adoption process an opportunity for a stimulating conversation about learning goals? Or a frustrating and difficult exercise which involves begging teachers to complete forms and tally spreadsheets? Do you waste time and energy developing surveys and then spend more time chasing them around the district? Isn't it time to skip the paper chase and immediately start talking about results?
It's time to change your textbook adoption process to one that is easy, quick and accurate through the use of EdValuate - a revolutionary new Textbook Adoption and RFP Evaluation System that is automating and simplifying the secure creation, weighting, administration, scoring, analysis and overall management of the onerous textbook adoption and RFP evaluation process.
How can something so wretched and divisive turn into a process that creates conversation and collaboration? EdValuate is easy to use, quick, completely customizable, and secure – the survey data belongs only to the district.
"In a world where everything has gone digital, I still was nervous about having a computer tabulate results from our textbook adoption surveys. However, after seeing the ease of use by my participants being able to use their phone, laptop, iPad or computer desktop to easily log their ratings, followed by the instantaneous results, I was sold. It replaced the need for me to manually add all results, double check my math, and helped me to avoid any manual mistakes that are inherent in paper/pencil responses. The real-time scoring allowed us to immediately share the results and have a dialogue around them. The committee members all had a positive experience in using our first-ever digital evaluation. We certainly will plan to use EdValuate for our upcoming science textbook adoption.” Shannon Blount, Coordinator of Reading/Language Arts, Martin County School District
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