This ISBE-produced resource contains several visual continuums for key computer literacy competencies, differentiated by grade level and level of skill mastery. This resource also includes computer literacy integration examples for social studies, science, ELA, and mathematics classrooms in grades K-12.
Review all of Illinois’ new computer science learning standards, broken down for easy navigation by grade level and core concept.
A 2-page guide to US copyright law as it applies to education. Included are definitions of common terms as well as recommendations for sharing copyrighted works with students, colleagues, and online.
In anticipation of Illinois’ forthcoming K-12 computer science learning standards, the LTC has created a 1-page legislative brief summarizing each district’s obligations under the new curricular mandates. In this brief, you’ll also find links and citations to the relevant, codified legislation, making it easier to further your understanding of these laws and how you’ll fulfill their requirements in your district.
This version was published December 3, 2021. The content included herein is subject to change pending final guideline release and further guidance from ISBE.
Jumpstart your back-to-school technology training with this toolkit from the LTC! We did the hard work for you and collected the best LTC resources for GoogleEDU, MicrosoftEDU, SeeSaw, Schoology, and parent/caregiver support so you can focus on getting ready to rock the upcoming school year!
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 being used by teachers, principals, instructional coaches, and technology integrationists all over the world to make lessons, units, and instructional activities richer, more robust, and more relevant for the global innovation society in which we now live.
Free, online training center powered by Google to support teachers in the trenches.
This tailored curriculum provides instructional coaches with tools and strategies that support their 1:1 interactions with educators.
Have you ever wondered how well you were integrating technology into your lessons? The Triple E Framework, developed by Dr. Liz Kolb in 2011, is a framework designed to help educators measure how well they integrate technology tools into instruction and provide ways to help increase its use.
The Triple E Framework was designed for educators to easily evaluate how to select tools to meet their learning goals, and ultimate design learning experiences so the tools have a positive impact on student achievement and learning outcomes. The Triple E Framework is meant to be used as a coaching tool to support teachers in their instructional choices around and with technology tools.