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Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR)

Type: Federal
Source: Dept. of Education (via G2 Collective Inc.)
Program: Small Business Innovation Research Program (SBIR)
Eligibility: G2
Collective is applying for the grant as a
small
business.  We are authorized to partner with and
allocate
funds to one or more K-12 schools in the public or private sector.
Purpose: The purpose of the grant program is to stimulate technological
innovation in the private
sector, strengthen the role of small
business in
meeting
ED
research
and
development
needs,
increase
the
commercial
potential of ED-supported research
results, and improve the
return on investment from
Federally-funded
research
for
economic and
social
benefits
to
the
Nation.

G2
Collective
will
provide
participating schools with access to the new eTeach® Learning
Content
Management
System and allocate
resources
to
manage and support
efficacy
testing
of
the
innovative
technology within the schools.

The
Company will do the
heavy lifting and will
provide
appropriate
incentives
for
participating
teachers
and
administrators.
Deadline: 03-14-2014
Quantity: Unknown
Period: 2014
Additional
Information
:

Our efficacy testing during the grant phases will focus on the efficiencies eTeach® yields for teacher collaboration; especially in creating customized lesson plans and curricula which comply with individual state standards, including the common core state standards.

Phase I (six months) would involve testing approximately 2 or more schools and building the appropriate survey template to track the platform's effectiveness for these schools. Our company will manage the heavy lifting as far as initial curricula support goes by working directly with the teachers.
We do not want to put additional burden of work or cost on any school kindenough to participate, and we want to ensure that teachers are provided appropriate incentives to further test the lesson module and course building features of the platform.

The second phase would involve building out a public database library of tagged modules (lessons) for all districts. This would enable them to share and exchange modules. We would implement and test in this Phase in as many as 30-40 schools in multiple districts.  Here the aim would be to test intra and inter district collaboration.  Once again, our people would be monitoring and managing the process. 
The efficacy testing will likely include the following objectives:

  • Act as a tool for teachers to create Common Core Aligned content to help fill any gaps in current curricula during the transition to fulfill CCSS.
  • Act as a tool for teachers to create Common Assessments to help transition to the PARCC.
  • Encourage and increase teacher collaboration in content creation and management throughout the school, specifically with the eTeach® Platform’s unique module cloning and editing feature.
  • Act as a tool to monitor student participation, progress and performance; providing data on what content is working and what can be improved.
Questions?
Please feel free to contact:

Alexandra Shaffer Co-Founder & COO G2 Collective Inc.
allie@g2collective.com
917-482-3498

Maria Gallego Principal Investigator for the SBIR Grant Manager, Client Services at G2 Collective Inc.
maria@g2collective.com
626-386-3378

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