Educational Technology for Lenawee County Schools

The Educational Technology program is a component of Lenawee ISD School Support Services, under the Curriculum and Consultation area, Special Education and General Services.

The Educational Technology program exists to help teachers in Lenawee County effectively integrate technology resources into the classroom curriculum through the development of digital age literacy.

Program Objectives:

-Improve teachers’ educational technology awareness, digital age knowledge & technology literacy, according to state (METS – Michigan Educational Technology Standards and Expectations) and national standards (NETS – National Educational Technology Standards published through ISTE – International Society for Technology in Education)
-Increase teachers’ comfort level using educational technology resources.
-Improve teachers’ skills integrating educational technology resources into classroom content and curriculum.
-Assist teachers in staying abreast of emerging technologies in the education field.
-Provide cross-curricular support for technology infused projects in the K-12 classroom for teachers and their students

21 Things 4 Teachers, Blended Classroom, and Other Upcoming Learning Opps

Visit LISD Professional Development Center to view latest upcoming offerings of 21Things4Teachers and other upcoming professional learning opportunities for best practice classroom technology integration.

Miscellaneous Teacher Resources

Sue Summerford
Sue SummerfordEducational Technology Coordinator Coaching/Consultation
LISD Fireside Building, 4107 N. Adrian Highway Adrian, MI 49221
  • 517.265.1605

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TRIG/Online Assessment Updates

Lenawee TRIG Support:

Visit the Lenawee TRIG Support page for up-to-date resources in support of online assessment and the Michigan Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant (TRIG) activities.

-Checklist: Technology Skills for Students