Integrating Mathematics

and Science through Technology

Enhancing Education through Technology Grant (EETT)



The LAUSD Educational Technology Group has one again partnered with the Parent Collaborative of the District’s Parent Community Services Branch to host InfoTech 2010.

We would like to thank all the students, parents and teachers that participated in the conference. The 14th annual InfoTech conference was a huge success. We had over a hundred student showcases and over ten thousand visitors.

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The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has embarked on comprehensive, system-wide reform emphasizing unified approaches to standards-based instruction, professional development, coaching and collaboration and periodic assessments.

This EETT (Enhancing Education through Technology) grant project, entitled Integrating Math and Science through Technology (IMaST), focuses on changing instruction and integrating technology to actively engage students in achieving content standards.

IMaST students use technology tools as do scientists and mathematicians. Interactive technologies and simulations are used by teachers and students for direct instruction, modeling and demonstration, investigation and experimentation of science and math concepts to make content understandable, to capture student interest and to provide bridges across content areas.