Ed-Tech Research Infrastructure to Advance Learning Science

E-TRIALS offers researchers a completely unique way to ask questions about education at scale in ASSISTments

How it works

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Join our study to write hints or explanations for 10 math problems and earn $100 and publications

Our project aims to study what types of hints or explanations work best for which students when they are working in ASSISTments, a free online math learning platform used by millions of students. We are inviting math education faculty to write their best possible hints or explanations for about 10 math problems in the content area they choose, which will take approximately 1-2 hours. Benefits include $100 stipend, prize, and publication opportunities. More information can be found here.

"Quite simply, E-TRIALS is a dream come true for researchers interested in student learning."

Virginia Clinton, University of North Dakota