Here’s something that you’ve probably heard before: If we introduce technology into classrooms, then students will learn more, better, and more effectively. But the reality is different; just throwing technology at the problem doesn’t help. Which raises the question: What kinds of designs do make for real educational differences? In which classes, and in which ways, can we really use technology to improve learning? In this talk, Lisa Maurer describes work that she and Pearson are doing to research and improve UI/UX design to improve learning outcomes.