Welcome to the EdTech Locator
The EdTech Locator for Technology Implementation and its related materials are designed to help you evaluate where you stand in the technology-integration continuum.

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Assess
Take the self-assessment for your role to get started in identifying your current EdTech Location and build your unique Locator Profile. Each assessment consists of 5-9 multiple choice questions.

Browse the EdTech locator to discover your standing in various "areas of focus" for your role.
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Take the self-assessment quiz and the EdTech Locator will give you your personal ranking based on the various "areas of focus" for your role.

 

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Plan
When you complete your EdTech Locator Self-Assessment, you will be provided with your unique EdTech Profile detailing your current level of technology integration. In order to move from one level to the next on the EdTech Locator, you need to determine your destination, and a strategy for reaching that destination.

After identifying your current level (Early Tech, Developing Tech or Target Tech), work with your team to think about where you'd like to end up. While the ultimate goal is to reach "Target Tech" both overall and for each team member's areas of responsibility, getting there takes time and focus. Your team may decide to focus initially on bringing all teachers up to the level of Developing Tech in their classroom instruction.

Check out our Planning Worksheet to help you develop your technology implementation plan.

When your team is ready to move forward, check out the resources in the Achieve section as well as the targeted resources for each member of your team at the end of the self-assessment.

 

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Achieve
The EdTech Locator Self-Assessment will provide you with your unique EdTech Profile detailing your current level of technology integration. In order to move from one level to the next on the EdTech Locator, you need to determine your destination, and a strategy for reaching that destination.

The Ed Tech Locator is intended to help teams and districts make progress. It may be helpful to look at each team member's assessment and identify those that are of highest priority. This way, rather than working simultaneously to move to your desired destination in all areas, your team is focusing on 2 or 3 areas in which your current location is the lowest.

For helpful resources to help you achieve your technology implementation goals, check out the CITEd Action Center and our technology implementation resources:

 

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