ConnECT: The Connecticut Educational Consortium for Technology
Join ConnECT, a free technology consortium that serves members through collaboration, research, professional development, and cost-saving initiatives.
Find ways to maximize technology investments - instructional, human, and capital - through CREC's exhaustive audit service.
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Services
Take advantage of CREC's services to define the critical components of a bring your own device (BYOD) approach to digital learning, including infrastructure design, policy development, curriculum development, professional development, and software selection.
Curriculum Unit Revision Infusing Technology
As a professional development model, CURIT will completely transform the teaching and learning experience for teachers and students. This process prepares educators with the knowledge and skills necessary to revitalize traditional educational practices using technology.
Managing Digital Learning Environments
This service teaches districts to leverage web-based tools to support curriculum, instruction, and workflow.
DART's Digital Learning Camps follow the unconference model made popular by EdCamp. An unconference is driven by audience participation. Attendees are asked to come ready to share ideas, skills, and questions.
Online and Blended Course Design for Flipping the Classroom
Offer anytime, anywhere access to learners online, and receive support for face-to-face learning with rich digital resources.
PBandMath is a Common Core aligned math word problem generator. Teachers can generate hundreds of word problems to print or display on an interactive whiteboard or projector.
This course is designed to prepare students for 21st century learning. The goal is to teach and assess digital concepts, skills, and understanding, so students will successfully use computer technology in everyday life.
Assistive Technology (AT) Services
A variety of AT services for students with disabilities. The team consists of seasoned experts in the field of Assistive Technology including speech-language pathologists, assistive technology practitioners, and literacy specialists with expertise in AT.