• Archived Announcement
  • CSE Week 2018 Logo Computer Science Education Week

    The 2019 Computer Science Education (CSEd) Week will be from December 9-15, 2019. ITI is looking to highlight District-wide events and activities that promote computer science. CSEd week is an annual program dedicated to inspiring K-12 students to take interest in computer science. This year’s theme is “#CSforGood: Learn computer science, change the world.”  Use bit.ly/ITICSE2019to share your highlights with ITI and use #CS4LAUSD when posting on twitter. Click here for more information

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  • Empowered Learner Flyer

    Digital Citizenship 2019

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  • Readiness & Integration IconFall Readiness Checklist for 1:1 Schools

    The Instructional Technology Initiative (ITI) offers District-wide instructional resources to support schools’ completion of the prerequisites and fall readiness checklist items in order to distribute digital tools to students. Please visit the ITI website for more information at https://achieve.lausd.net/Page/8766. Principal Certification due by October 31, 2019.

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  • PD CoverProfessional Development
    Thank you for visiting the ITI website and your interest in our professional development opportunities. The following opportunities are currently available: Professional Development Catalog.
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  • ISTE - January 2019 Cover
    Leading with Instruction at #ISTE19
    The Los Angeles Unified School District’s Instructional Technology Initiative (ITI) team will be presenting at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2019 Conference being held in Philadelphia, PA.
     
    If you will be attending ISTE 2019, please feel free to attend our conference sessions: Flyer
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  • practitioner Schools 4.0 Logo
    Practitioner Schools 4.0: Global Collaborator Overview
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  • ISTE - January 2019 Cover
    ISTE CEO, Richard Culatta, Highlights ITI in ASCD Magazine

    READ: "Creating a Shared Vision"

    What is the difference between schools who are using technology effectively and those who are not? More often than not, says Culatta, it comes down to creating a vision for learning before jumping into buying devices or software. Culatta describes how using a shared set of digital-learning strategies helped the Los Angeles Unified School District rework a failed technology strategy and right path to meeting its central goal of enabling more effective and more innovative learning for students. Reprinted with permission from ASCD.

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  • ITI PD Catalog 2019
    Professional Development Catalog 2019

    Team PLO - Empowered Learner Cohort Dates

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  • ISTE - January 2019 Cover
    ITI Team Shares 3 Ways to be an ISTE Education Leader

    READ: ISTE Article

    Read about how L.A. Unified cultivates empowered leaders throughout the District. This article appears in the International Society for Technology in Education's (ISTE) members-only print magazine. Reprinted with permission from ISTE. 

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  • CS Course Update
    Secondary Computer Science Course Updates

    At the end of the 2018-19 school year, Introduction to Computers will sunset and be replaced with Computer Science Discoveries (180115 and 180116), Introduction to Programming: Game Design and App Development (180117 and 180118), Introduction to Physical Computing (180121 and 180122),  or an equivalent Career Technical Education (CTE) computer science course for students in grades 6-8.  These courses are aligned to the new California Computer Science State Standards. For students in high school, Computer Science 1 (CTE introductory), Exploring Computer Science (CTE concentrator, or non-CTE), or an equivalent course aligned to the new California State Computer Science Standards will be offered in lieu of students enrolling in Introduction to Computers, which will no longer be part of the secondary course catalog and will serve as introductory  computer science courses open to all students.

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