Educational Technology for Lenawee County Schools

The LISD Educational Technology program exists to help educators in Lenawee County effectively integrate technology resources and best practices into the classroom curriculum through the development of a digital-age learning culture.

Program Objectives:

-Improve educational technology awareness, digital age knowledge & technology literacy, in alignment with state (MITECS – Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students) and ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Standards and Competencies for students, teachers and administrators for transforming teaching and learning.
-Increase teachers’ comfort level and skills using technology tools and applications for instruction and assessment.
-Promote professional learning networks to support educators in staying current with emerging technologies and trends in education.
-Provide cross-curricular support for technology infused projects in the K-12 classroom for teachers and their students.

Explore 21 Things projects for “just-in-time” learning, request classroom support for online instruction, maker or media projects, attend online or face-to-face professional learning sessions offered to help teachers dive in for transformative teaching and learning.

Offices located at:

LISD Fireside Building,
4107 N. Adrian Highway
Adrian, MI 49221

Visit CEMaT for REMC 19W Classroom Maker materials checkout!

CEMaT (Center for Educational Materials and Technology)

Milton C. Porter Education Center
2946 Sutton Road
Adrian, MI 49221
517-265-1691

REMC 19 West

Go to LISD Professional Development Center – Online Registration to learn more about upcoming professional learning opportunities for educators.

Ann SmartEducational Technology Consultant/REMC 19W Director
  • 517.265.1694
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Lenawee TRIG/Online Assessment Support:

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

-Checklist: Technology Skills for Students