Instructional Technology Initiative

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  • ITI Logo CircleInstructional Technology Planning Cohort 2021 - 2022

    We invite school Instructional Leadership Teams (ILTs) to join us for a 3-day cohort to dialogue and develop an informed, effective school-wide plan for digital age learners. This is a professional learning opportunity which provides school Instructional Leadership Teams guidance in developing an Instructional Technology Plan for digital learning tailored to each school’s needs..

    Complete our interest form to join our cohort sessions offered during off-track times.

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  • Computer Science Week 2021CSEd Week 2021 - December 6-10, 2021

    Save the Date for L.A. Unified’s Computer Science Education Week December 6-10, 2021

    This year's theme is #CSEverywhere! Share highlights and how you plan to celebrate at bit.ly/CelebrateCSEdWeek

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  • Leading for Impact podcast - Episode 2Leading for Impact Podcast - Episode 2

    In this month’s episode, the Instructional Leadership Team at Garvanza Elementary Technology & Leadership Magnet (GETLM) shares their Digital Citizenship journey. Together, the principal, magnet coordinator, and instructional technology facilitator describe their school’s #DigCit culture and plans for a successful Digital Citizenship Week showcase!

    Enjoy the Leading for Impact podcast at bit.ly/ITI-Podcast or listen on: Apple Podcasts

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  • Bringing Equitable Computer Science Education to Students with Special Needs

    By Gohar Hamo, Instructional Technology Facilitator and Jenny Peterson, Special Ed Department Chair
    Madison Middle School, Van Nuys/Valley Glen Community of Schools, Local District Northeast

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    Integrating computer science curriculum has generated a high level of excitement across James Madison Middle School. In celebration of #CSEverywhere, we are shining a spotlight on the impact of computer science on our students with special needs. Computer science is a foundational literacy and we can help equity emerge and set all of our diverse learners on a path of possibility for futures in STEM fields by advocating for access and sharing best practices.

     

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