Then, Yarra and the other teachers used both the digital and print prototypes as their primary math resource for three weeks.
Throughout the process, teachers provided feedback to the Pearson team through weekly logs, detailed surveys, and in some cases, in-depth interviews. Pearson representatives also visited various classrooms during the process to observe and gather feedback from teachers.
Through each of these feedback vehicles, Chea and Kus say the team gathered vital insights. First, they learned how well the resources supported teachers in addressing specific pain points when teaching math. Teachers also shared how satisfied they were with the materials, how they actually used the materials, and their suggested changes or improvements.