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All schools use technology as a tool to differentiate and personalize instruction, increase academic rigor, and build student ownership of learning using a portfolio of student-centered school models.

 

Our mission is to prepare all students to be digital learners who use technology as a tool to graduate ready for success in college and careers.

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Dr. Puentedura The Father of SAMR


       

Dr.Puentedura is the creator of the SAMR model. SAMR is reflective tool that teachers can apply in order to transform teaching and learning from modification to redefinition. In this webinar, Dr. Puentedura addresses the different misconceptions around his work by sharing his current research which compares the SAMR model to Bloom’s Taxonomy.


ITI Recommendations Trailer


Within the Scalar platform, each recommendation will be annotated with videos, pictures, and research to help readers develop a comprehensive understanding of what it will take to enact personalized learning District-wide.
 
 
 
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Educational Technology Grant/2015-16 Technology Grant

Educational Technology Grant/2015-16 Technology Grant

The Los Angeles Unified School District is taking advantage of new funding sources to support schools in expanding efforts to increase student access to technology

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  • Mulholland Middle School - Veteran Educational Practitioners Reflect

    by Gregory J. Vallone, Principal and Staff

    Mulholland School Staff attend a PD This summer over 50 schools representing all six local districts participated in a three-day institute designed to support school Instructional leadership teams develop an informed plan for using digital tools and resources.  Based on the newly released Task Force Recommendations each of the seven collaborative modules in the course support the shift to a more personalized learning for all learners.  The Mulholland Middle School team shared their positive experiences at the institute:

     

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