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edtech elearning

EdTech eLearning

Keri, Jacquelyn, Dana, Holly, Shelly

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EdTech Solutions

Mission: Strives to provide state and federal mandated training and development for K-12 school districts through technology learning which relieves pressure from school administrators.

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EdTech Solutions

Vision: To be the premier state and national provider of online training for K-12 public school districts and their personnel, as well as a viable and growing income source for its employees.Once national status is met, we will expand our client base globally.

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EdTech Solutions

Project Background:

Employees are not centrally located. Initial and continuous training and development is inconsistent and extremely difficult to execute.

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EdTech Solutions

Proposal: Implement a Learning Management System (LMS) that will train current and future employees through personalized learning modules.

needs assessment readiness
Needs Assessment & Readiness

Customer Survey Results

  • Extreme frustration with pressures placed on school administrators to ensure all school employees are compliant
  • Administrators voiced concerns about productivity loss staying up to date/compliant.

Employee Survey Results

  • Frustration with amount/change of mandated training requirements-hard to keep track of
  • Frustration with time requirements for training and development-no time to develop
  • Feel management is not invested in their development as employees

Institutional Readiness

  • Invested in current face-to-face delivery method, but hardware/lms lacking
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EdTech Solutions

Current Culture:

Based on our internal employee survey results, our employees are ready for an eLearning division of training and professional development which will reduce pressure from current training program.

mandated training requirements
Mandated Training Requirements

ADD / ADHD Training 105 ILCS 5/10-20.36

Bloodborne Pathogens 29 CFR 1910.1030 (OSHA Regulation)

Bullying Prevention 105 ILCS 5/27-23.7

Child Abuse & Neglect (DCFS) 325 ILCS 5/4 Effective 7-1-14 Mandated for All Personnel Required to Report Child Abuse

Chronic Health Conditions of Students 105 ILCS 5/3-11

Concussion Recognition Training 105 ILCS 5/10-20.54

Diabetes Act (Care of Students with) 105 ILCS 145/25

Domestic & Sexual Violence 105 ILCS 5/10-22.39(d)

Educator Ethics 105 ILCS 5/10-22.39(f) and 5/3-11

Evaluator Training 105 ILCS 5/24A-3

First Aid, Heimlich Maneuver & CPR 105 ILCS 110/3

Food Allergy Training 105 ILCS 5/2.149

Hazardous Materials Training 105 ILCS 5/10-20.17a

Mental Illness & Suicidal Behavior 105 ILCS 5/10-22.39(b)

Peer Counseling & Anti-Violence Training 105 ILCS 5/3-11

Sexual Abuse (Child) 105 ILCS 5/10-23.13

Violence Prevention & Conflict Resolution 105 ILCS 5/27-23.4

Special Education Training 23 Il. Admin, Code 226.800(k)

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EdTech Solutions

Current Infrastructure-EdTech currently serves 25/850 school districts within Illinois, with an average of 85 faculty and staff in each district with 21 employees and one IT person.

infrastructure needs
Infrastructure Needs

CIO-Project Manager

Interface Designer



Content/Research Coordinator

Learner Support Administrator

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instructional design
Instructional Design

Hybrid approach

Modules-taped lecture and test/quiz

Two prong structure includes:

-Government mandates and laws

-eLearning modules/new PD classes

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EdTech Solutions

Project Goals:

  • Subscribe to an LMS service, such as Learntex, to provide training over federal and state mandated rules procedures for employees to learn and eventually instruct our customers how to access/participate
  • Provide courses in a variety of disciplines with the latest instruction and curriculum
  • Provide courses that fulfill the needs of the adult employee, flexible and mobile
  • Provide opportunities for course participants to customize their specific content areas
  • Incorporate collaboration with course peers and/or experts in a flexible, convenient, asynchronous format
  • Provide technical and content support for candidates through the provision of technical assistance and feedback
funding strategies
Funding Strategies

Start-up grant funding - $2,000,000 (one time)

  • Year 1 – Projected costs $2,306,450
  • Year 1 – Projected Income $1,037,500
  • ROI = 45%

By the end of the third year, EdTech will expand to additional school districts in the United States.

timeline for implementation
Timeline for Implementation

Year 1- Start up with grant funds (training, marketing, research, IT, etc.)

Year 2- Projected income includes profits from fees charged to school districts

Year 3- Successful self funded program extending beyond Illinois

how do we determine success
How do we determine success?

Success is determined if we meet our projected customer base.

  • 30% increase in clients the first year equalling 8 more school districts
  • Repeat clients the second year while also increasing
  • Obtaining clients in neighboring states in year 3
elearning a new learning paradigm
eLearning-A New Learning Paradigm

“Learning is inextricably linked to the context in which it occurs, and the closer the link between instruction and the final context where new knowledge and skills are to be used, the easier it becomes for the learner to transfer the knowledge to a new situation.” (Jean Lave 1988)

When professional development programs incorporate authentic, active or hands-on learning experiences, it improves the learner’s ability to transfer their learning into the workplace.

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EdTech Solutions


Contact Group 2 Project Team for answers!

Keri Dean

Jacquelyn Flowers

Dana Frohning

Holly fuson

Shelly Telford

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