Support for classrooms and districts focused on making the most of their edtech tools, including hardware, software, and emerging solutions.
Having the right apps or devices alone isn’t enough to enhance student learning outcomes. A clear, intentional integration strategy is essential too, and the LTC offers the resources and trainings needed to ensure every teacher feels empowered with the latest edtech in hand.
Our team is made up of former educators with decades of experience in the classroom. We know what it’s like to stand in your shoes, which is why we strive to offer constructive integration support that’s both empathetic and centered on keeping educators at the top of their game.
Free and low-cost services to support teachers and districts as they integrate educational technology into their curriculum.
Strategies, tools, and best practices for facilitating robust classroom integration at all grade levels and in all content areas.
Area instructional coaches and/or teacher leaders will discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas around EdTech topics and trends. Participants’ contributions and concerns will drive the conversation.
Area technology coordinators, directors, building admins, and coaches will discuss shared experiences, questions, and ideas. Their contributions and concerns will drive the conversation.
You’ve heard about it in the news. Your students have been begging for it. Now it’s time to finally pick up the controller and hit “start” on your district’s esports program. But what are you supposed to do if you’re starting at Level 1?
Recent blog posts highlighting best practices and strategies for integrating technology into classrooms and curricula.
The old “sit-and-get” method of professional development isn’t suited to the needs of today’s educators. Microcredentials are the solution because they offer teachers greater agency while growing their mastery of classroom-ready skills.
The Learning Technology Center today announced the winners of the inaugural LTC Awards. Developed to celebrate Illinois’ edtech innovators, the LTC Awards recognize PK-12 initiatives and organizations for their outstanding contributions to empowering educational change
October is Learning Disability Awareness Month, a time for educators to reflect on and grow in their understanding of students with specific learning disabilities. For tech coach Patricia Ferris, that effort has been lifelong, starting