Check out the products that have earned the Research-Based Design Product Certification. In order to earn this certification, products submitted artifacts to demonstrate that they:
- Consulted research about learning to inform product design.
- Developed a theoretical framework, such as a logic model or theory of change, grounded in research about how people learn to drive product planning and decision making.
- Publicly communicate the product’s research basis.
Check out the products that have earned the Learner Variability Product Certification. In order to earn this certification, products submitted artifacts to demonstrate that they:
- Offer at least six (6) distinct features, tools, and/or learning experiences that support learners’ social and emotional needs, cognitive abilities, and personal backgrounds and explains in detail how different learners are expected to benefit from each feature/tool/learning experience.
- Identify and explain the use of at least two (2) features that can be adjusted by the users themselves to meet learners’ varying needs.
- Provide clear, easily accessible, publicly facing information on how the product has been designed to support variation among learners. It also clearly identifies which aspects of learner variability are supported by using the product.
- Incorporated input from educators and diverse learners to inform the design features.