High-quality instructional technology is an important tool for improving student achievement and preparing learners for adult success. Teacher creativity and passion drive instructional innovations, and a role of the District is to provide information for teachers, students, and families about the use of instructional technology tools. Our goal is to efficiently identify Instructional Technology Tools (ITTs) that are safe for student use, support district learning goals, and encourage innovative teaching and learning. Want to understand "the why?" See this link for additional rationale.
High-quality Curriculum and Instruction can and should include instructional technology for improving student achievement and preparing learners for adult success.
Use this question list to guide your decisions about using an Instructional Technology Tool. You may not be able to answer all of the questions and that is OK.
Technical (considerations document)
If ANY of the responses to the questions below are YES, fill out the form found at the link below:
* This process is part of our legal responsibility regarding the use of instructional technology tools.
CLICK HERE to fill out the form to request that a technology tool be reviewed by the committee. [The form is password protected. Speak to building Principal or Curriculum Specialist for password]
The form includes the following fields:
Communicating this story in a consistent fashion is important. Please use the resources found in the Instructional Technology Tool Communications folder for assistance.
To see the notes taken by the ITT Evaluation Committee when reviewing ITTs, see this folder: ITT Evaluation Docs.
Questions and comments about this process should be left in the Instructional Technology Tools Forum and a district committee member will respond.