The Triple E Framework, developed in 2011 by Professor Liz Kolb at the University of Michigan, School of Education, was created to address the desire for K-12 educators to bridge research on education technologies and teaching practice in the classroom.
The Triple E Evaluation for educational applications will support schools and teachers making informed choices around which educational applications to purchase and use to meet specific teaching and learning goals. The evaluation is informed by research on effective educational application development, as well as student data privacy.
This printable rubric is for teachers, administrators, field instructors and other educators who are evaluating the connection between the technology in a lesson plan and the learning goals of the lesson plan. This PDF includes details on reading the results and instructional moves to foster authentic learning through technology tools.
The Tripple E Evaluation Rubric is a tool to measure how significantly the technology effects the student learning goals based on the Triple E Framework. Use the form to submit your results, you will be able to see your individual result totals with a breakdown of each question.
It is important to consider what the Triple E Framework looks like when evaluating a lesson plan. This webpage includes a lesson to measure how well the technology creates engagement, enhancement and extension of the learning goals.
It is important to consider what the Triple E Framework looks like when evaluating a lesson plan. This webpage includes one scenario that is evaluated based on the Triple E Framework.
Learn why the Triple E Framework was developed, the research that informs the Framework and how it works. Learn more at http://tripleeframework.com
This webpage includes three planning tools to help educators utilize the Tripple E Framework: the Triple E Walk Through Administrator Observation Tool, the Triple E Lesson Planning Template, and the Triple E Coaching Tool.