Pilot testing

We are looking for teachers willing to pilot test the Exploring Physics Curriculum App in their classrooms, for free! If you are interested, here’s the process.

Step 1. If you or your school has not contacted us about piloting an eUnit yet, please fill out the form below (be sure to specify the name and address of the school you teach in, and the eUnits you are interested in piloting.)

Step 2. We will contact you to discuss further details when we receive your request. As and when your school and Exploring Physics LLC agree to conduct the pilot, your school will need to send us the agreement form to conduct the pilot. This form needs to be signed by a school or district administrator.

Download Agreement form (word format) or Agreement form (pdf format)

Further Information: As part of the pilot, students will be asked to fill out pre- and post- pilot surveys. These surveys have been constructed using google forms, are to be completed online, and should take 5-10 minutes each. The surveys collect the names of the school and teacher, but not student names or other identifying information. They will be used for internal purposes only and results will not be published. We will gladly share the aggregated results of the surveys with the school, if so requested.

Similarly, teachers will be asked to fill out pre- and post-surveys as well as agree to an interview (by telephone, video conference or face-to-face). The surveys have been constructed using google forms, are to be completed online, and will take 15-20 minutes each. The interview may take up to 30 minutes. Information obtained will be used for internal purposes only and results will not be published.

Your feedback is important to us. We hope to use the feedback provided to improve the app and the support available to teachers using the app.

Links to the survey forms:

Pre-pilot student survey Pre-pilot teacher survey
Post-pilot student survey Post-pilot teacher survey

If you have any questions regarding the pilot, please contact us at explphys@gmail.com.