Teaching in Inclusive Technology Systems
To help educators grow and learn, districts provide opportunities aligned with their roles. This supports the district's vision for inclusive technology. When districts set expectations for educators to create learner-centered experiences using technology, including accessible educational materials (AEM) and assistive technologies (AT), they meet the needs of all students. District teams can create professional learning opportunities to support this work.
CITES teaching practices include:
- Develop Technology Competencies
- Design Learner-Centered Experiences
- Enhance Technology Skills
- Engage Families in Teaching Practices
Investigate District Teaching Practices
Designing accessible learning experiences using technology starts with an inclusive mindset. Use this video to begin to cultivate a culture of inclusive practices. Visit our video series: Building a Foundation for Inclusive Technology Systems.
Learn from Our Partners
- Webinar: What's It All About? Teaching, Learning & Assessment, Center on Inclusive Technology in Education Systems (CITES) at CAST
- Webinar Series: Learning with the Authors of Inclusive Learning 365, Center on Inclusive Technology in Education Systems (CITES) at CAST
- Webinar: Prioritizing Inclusive Technology Practices for Student-Centered Learning, Educating All Learners Alliance
- Case Story: BISD⎜Clute, TX
- Case Story: CCA⎜Harrisburn, PA
- Case Story: BCSP⎜Baltimore, MD