CARE is seeking K-12 educators across the nation to try out our brand-new curriculum review tool. We’re looking for volunteers during a two-week test period in July.
The digital tool is designed to give educators an opportunity to quickly review learning resources for alignment to our five antiracist principles. Learning resources include anything used with students, from textbooks and videos to online platforms, published lesson plans, and even worksheets.
Participants will be helping us to assess the usability of the tool and their feedback will guide improvements for public launch of the tool in the fall.
For the two-phase pilot, we invited 150 educators to review at least three resources in May. Their feedback will be incorporated into the tool for the second test period in July.
- You’ll access the tool and create an account.
- You’ll review three learning resources.
- You’ll fill out our feedback survey.
Participating educators will have an advance peek at an exciting new tool and will be the first to get it in the fall. The reviews themselves are quick – they shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes each. After completing three reviews, educators will give us feedback via a short survey to informing future versions of the review tool.
SIGN UP! Fill out this simple Google Form. You’ll get an email when the tool is ready, in early May.
Questions? Write to CARE’s Manager of Research and Evaluation, Kate Shuster at Care@stand.org.
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