Independent software developers (ISVs) and educators use different vocabulary to describe and explain their interest in helping students increase learning rates. ISVs need school people willing to consider their products. School people need ISVs to create products that promptly and directly increase student learning rates.
eSchool News Online offers a collection of articles for teachers that summarizes some ways advanced technologies address student learning.
ISVs writing for students and schools will find these articles worth reviewing, at least as background to vocabulary teachers use.
Just skip over the hyperbole and educationisms, such as 21st century learning environments, learning styles, project-based learning, teachable moments, transformational schools, stakeholders, … you get the idea.
Just identify key ideas of what a teacher or student needs that your products may address and that will increase student learning rates.
Then, when your product is ready and you want to talk with an educator about reviewing it, you’ll already know some teacher-vocabulary when you hear it.