• Professional Development
     
    Thank you for visiting the ITI website and your interest in our professional development opportunities. We are in the process of refining and redesigning our professional development offerings to ensure that the instructional foci of math, ELA, science and history/social studies incorporate robust instructional technology integration practices. The following opportunities are currently available:

     


    ISTE Standards for Students Suite : These professional learning opportunities will focus on the integration of the ISTE Standards for Students by leveraging digital resources to empower 21st century learners.
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    ITI Instructional Technology Cohort
    • The ITI Cohort is a professional learning opportunity (ITL), which provides school instructional leadership teams guidance in developing an informed, effective plan for digital learning tailored to each school's needs. Sessions address the following topics: school vision; personalized learning; digital citizenship; SAMR/TPACK; parents, community and culture, and managing change. For more information information and to register, please contact allison.jonas@lausd.net
      • Winter 2018 Cohort - January 3-5, 2017
      • Spring 2018 Cohort - March 26-28, 2017
      • Summer 2018 Cohort - Summer 2018 11-13, 2017

     


     

    Computer Science

     
    Are you interested in providing high-quality computer science education at your school next year? We have opportunities for educators to support every student in grades PK-12 develop computer science concepts and practices. Materials will be provided. Click here for the Interest Form.
    Registration is open for our upcoming professional learning cohorts offered through our partnership with Code.org. Each cohort consists of a 1-week (5-day) training in the summer followed by 4 quarterly Saturday sessions during the 2018-19 school year. Please register if you intend to implement the Computer Science Discoveries course in grades 7-8 or the AP Computer Science Principles course in grades 9-12.
     
     
     

     
     
    TLN
    Teacher Leader Network (TLN)

     
    For additional opportunities you can also contact your Local District Instructional Technology Specialist to find out what PD offerings are currently available in your area and/or get support for your instructional technology needs: