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ITL- District Implementation Team

Forming your District WI Standard for ITL Collaborative Leadership Implementation Team

empowerThe Wisconsin Digital Learning Plan (2016) supports a vision that calls for equitable, personalized, applied, and engaged digital learning for all students to ensure all students are college and career future ready. As Wisconsin school districts begin to implement this vision leveraging the standards for ITL, they are encouraged to consider the interconnectedness of the Plan gears to ensure district readiness: instruction, learning, and assessment; empowering, innovative leadership; technology & hardware; professional learning and building capacity; and data and privacy. District have to leverage collaborative leadership teams to ensure proper planning, budgeting, and staffing assignments to support high-quality technology-rich learning experiences that leverage principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and equitable learning opportunities for all students. In addition, districts are encouraged to leverage the ITL standards to implement instructional support systems to align with the local Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plan and budget.

Suggested members of your District ITL Collaborative Leadership Implementation Team - based on your district local staffing structure

  • Curriculum Director
  • Special Education/Title Director
  • Principals
  • Technology Director
  • Technology Integrators
  • Library Media Specialists
  • Personalized Learning Coaches
  • Instructional Coaches
  • Core Classroom Educators
  • Encore Classroom Educators
  • School to Work Coordinators
  • PBIS Coaches
  • Academic Career Planning Team
  • Special Education Educators
  • English Language Learners Educators
  • Business and Information Educators
  • School to Work Coordinators
  • Early Childhood Educators
  • Resource Support StaffDistrict Foundations 

Communicating with your Stakeholder Networks about the WI Standards for ITL and Vision of Students Learning in the Digital Age

The Information and Technology Literacy (ITL) standards are of high interest to many of your stakeholder groups. Sharing the new Wisconsin standards for ITL with your stakeholders is crucial as you create programming, curriculum, and coordination of College and Career partners.

Suggested communication networks based on your local district structure and community

  • District Foundations
  • IHE and Technical School Partners
  • Parent Associations
  • Parent Communications
  • District Safety Committees
  • School Resource Officer/Police Liaison Officers
  • Chamber of Commerce
  • Workforce Development Partners

 

For questions about this information, contact Janice Mertes (608) 267-1054, Chad Kliefoth (608) 267-9289