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Center for Technology in Learning

Insightful design, research, and evaluation of innovative learning environments and assessments

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SRI's Center for Technology in Learning (CTL) improves student learning, enhances teaching effectiveness, develops meaningful assessments, and evaluates program impacts in preschool, K–12 schools, community colleges, and informal settings such as museums. Read our newsletter.

CTL has exceptional capabilities for developing and studying highly innovative teaching and learning approaches that use advanced technology in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM); reading and writing; and 21st century skills. The Center's staff excels in:

  • Innovating with emerging technologies
  • Leading multi-institutional collaborations
  • Relating research to policy and product development
  • Applying rigorous scientific methods to evaluate large-scale educational programs

Clients include government agencies such as the National Science Foundation and U.S. Department of Education, foundations, major corporations, states, and other countries.

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GeekDad, Dec 12, 2014

At first blush, Gracie and Friends may look like many other math apps for little guys. But look under the hood, and you'll learn that WGBH is the materials developer, and the Center for Children and Technology at EDC in New York and SRI conduct the research.