Welcome to Area IV Learning Technology Center's website. Area IV is one of fifteen Learning Technology Centers in the state of Illinois, funded through the Illinois State Board of Education's eLearning program. Area IV serves six Regional Office of Education covering 17 counties in East Central Illinois. This encompasses one hundred and eight public school districts. The purpose of the centers is to support school districts integrating technology to support classroom instruction and student achievement.
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Marshall High School CUSD #C-2
Marshall High School is located in Clark County and has an enrollment of around 400 students. Receiving an EETT grant in the spring of 2010 the staff sought to improve academic achievement by transforming of the process of teaching with the incorporation of one-to-one computing and other technologies. The initial goal was to have students utilizing technology in an average of at least three periods daily by the end of the 2010-2011 school year. To implement the grant ten teachers volunteered to serve as lead teachers for the project and with the two grant co-leaders began by explored observations of technology integration in other districts. Click MHS for more information about the grant.
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