Instructional Technology Initiative
Partnerships

As a District-wide resource with a finite budget to support all learners, ITI leverages key partnerships, supports critical policy updates and developments, and engages in capacity-building of staff to infuse ITI’s District-wide efforts with the latest instructional trends and support for personalized learning.

California Emerging Technology
Provides resources and support to select middle schools toward bridging the digital divide.
Center for Digital Education
Serves as thought partner on strategic initiatives and provides professional development opportunities focused on promising instructional technology practices.
Code.org
Provides guidance and support in expanding computer science education courses and professional learning opportunities District-wide.
Common Sense Media
Provides resources and support in developing and designing high-quality digital citizenship and digital literacy programs that inform District-wide policy and program efforts.
Google
Provides support for the use of professional development learning sessions for L.A. Unified educators and ITI staff.

Provides professional development opportunities for schools with the focus on expanding computer science.
Insight 2 Execution
Provides co-creation opportunities for professional development focused on the integration of the ISTE Standards and Microsoft products.
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Serves as thought partner in exploring a variety of instructional strategies and supports as the District works toward implementing the ISTE Standards across all grade levels.
Microsoft
Provides professional development opportunities focused on promising instructional technology practices.

Provides professional development opportunities for schools with the focus on expanising Computer Science throughout high schools.
Nearpod
Provide co-creation opportunities for professional development focused on the integration of their platform.
UCLA Center X
Serves as research-practice partnership to expand computer science education offers in equitable and sustainable ways across the District.
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Intel
Building Skills for Innovation through Education technology (EdTech) is a powerful tool to connect students with learning opportunities. Through this partnership Intel and ITI, see the potential for using technology in the classroom to help students learn the skills necessary for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Together we empower students and teachers to envision a world in which students learn the skills necessary to traverse the shifting landscape of the online, remote and in person learning environments.
Amazon Future Engineer + BootUp
Amazon Future Engineer + BootUp Elementary Computer Science Grant participants will have the opportunity to establish professional growth goals that pertain to instructional design around computer science. Additionally, these learnings will align with and support the District computer science initiatives. This partnership provides all of the support needed to implement computer science in elementary grades districtwide.
Pear Deck
Provides co-creation opportunities for professional development focused on the integration of their platform.
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BrainPOP
Provides co-creation opportunities for professional development focused on the integration of their platform.