Supporting leadership in technology and digital learning through coaching, resources, events, and other capacity-building initiatives.
Principals, superintendents, and other educational leaders have a lot on their to-do lists. Through our coaching program and other capacity-building initiatives, we can share the load and help focus on what matters most – increasing student learning, improving engagement, and empowering teachers.
The LTC also has its fingers on the pulse of the latest developments from ISBE and the Illinois state government. Educational leaders can count on us for timely updates about new mandates and guidance affecting K-12 education and technology.
Free and low-cost services and trainings to help educational leaders expand their professional skillset and connect with peers around the state.
Reports, legal briefs, and other resources to help educational leaders build their leadership capacity and understand the latest educational mandates.
Conference Date Location Description EdTech Next August 2023 Galena, IL Designed for teachers, principals, instructional coaches, and technology integrationists, EdTech Next offers a one-of-a-kind professional learning experience to help attendees take technology integration to the
The design of websites and digital media should avoid creating barriers for people with physical and cognitive disabilities. Every student, staff member, and parent should be able to utilize digital content fully.
From The Friday Institute, the “Coaching Digital Learning” MOOC (massive open online course) is offered several times a year. This free course will deepen your understanding of what it takes to coach educators to integrate
Connect Safely resoures support the safe and responsible use of technology resources at all grade levels and includes printable guides on a wide variety of specific and special topics related to technology use in classroom
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 covering topics relevant to principals, superintendents, and other educational leaders.
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.
New location, new events, and limitless new possibilities – that’s what’s in store for IETC 2022. Discover fresh ways to support classroom integration, develop robust technology environments, and harness edtech’s full potential during 3 keynotes,
Podcasts are the perfect way to expand your horizons and discover new teaching strategies from outside your district without straining your already tight schedule. Our team is full of avid podcast listeners. Here are 4