CITEd’s latest web resource is something to get excited about

The Center for Implementing Technology in Education (CITEd) recently unveiled a new web site that is intended to serve as an anchor for delivering technical assistance to teachers, state and local administrators, professional development and technology coordinators, and parents. Here, educators can access a comprehensive array of free online tools–including the interactive EdTech Locator, a self-assessment tool that helps users evaluate where they stand in the tech-integration continuum and guides them through the various stages of technology integration; and Tech Matrices, which allow users to search for products and tools to support reading and math instruction for students with special needs. The site is organized into three core focus areas: The Learn Center helps users select resources and tools for implementing technology to support the needs of all students; the Action Center provides tools to plan an ed-tech initiative and conduct professional development activities; and the Research Center houses CITEd’s syntheses of research practices grounded in core content areas, for educators seeking ways to use technology effectively in their instruction.

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