As K-12 classrooms embrace the latest educational technology, the LTC is prepared to support individuals and districts with access to cost-effective trainings, resources, and supports. With our statewide team of technology coordinators and coaches, we make the process of identifying, selecting, and implementing new instructional strategies streamlined and cohesive.
Free and low-cost services to support your district’s use of new instructional strategies.
Tools, how-to guides, and best practices to support innovative instructional strategies.
Each month, grab the upcoming Tech Check-in Calendar page for a timely tip about optimizing your day-to-day edtech utilization.
The goal of this course is to help educators learn about computational thinking (CT), how it differs from computer science, and how it can be integrated into a variety of subject areas. As a course
The 4 Shifts Protocol (formerly known as trudacot), a discussion protocol intended to help facilitate educator conversations about deeper learning, greater student agency, more authentic work, and rich technology infusion! The 4 Shifts Protocol is
Cybersecurity is important, but how can we get today’s digitally-connected students interested in and excited about applying stronger cybersecurity habits to their daily lives? Tune in to discover how CYBER.ORG’s curricula threads can be used to integrate cybersecurity learning into your lesson plans.
Looking to connect with fellow library media specialists and grow your professional learning network?
Join the LTC’s Holly Kelly for a monthly virtual networking meeting explicitly geared to the needs of today’s library media specialists. These meetings will allow attendees to connect and discuss shared experiences, ask questions, and share ideas with other library media specialists from around the state. This will be an excellent opportunity to receive professional development hours while collaborating with your peers to solve today’s most pressing library media challenges.
While they’re online, are today’s students fostering job-ready skills? Join us for a deep dive into our workforce’s future, including the social, analytic, and technical skills students will need to succeed in their future careers.
Recent blog posts covering instructional best practices and innovative uses of educational technology.
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
While you’ve been enjoying some well-earned rest and relaxation this summer, Google has been busy beefing up many of its most popular apps and tools. From tweaks to built-in accessibility to advances in adaptive learning,
Just back from the Crescent City, the LTC team had a blast at ISTELive 22 in New Orleans. Between the big bands and beignets, they had the chance to connect with countless educators and learn