K-12 School Projects

The Institute for the Integration of Technology into Teaching and Learning has actively been involved in education for K-12 students, teachers and professionals. The following projects and initiatives apply the process of identifying trends and challenges relevant to elementary and secondary learning institutions and to explain key emerging technologies that impact the learning experience for students.

Research Experiences for Teachers (RET)

Dr. Gerald Knezek and Leila Mills presented a poster on the Middle Schoolers Out to Save the World (MSOSW) project at the College of Engineering RET (Research Experiences for Teachers) Annual Conference at UNT's Discovery Park.


Dr. Genie Bodenhamer-Davis, from the Department of Rehabilitation, Social Work and Addictions at the University of North Texas, led a seminar for faculty, graduate students and other associates in the Department of Learning Technologies on her work in the area of Brainmapping at UNT's Discovery Park.

Multi-Language Web Project

This project was created as part of the US. Dept. of Ed. PT3 to provide commonly used forms in English and Spanish to school districts.  Building Grant #P342A990323.

Carrollton-Farmers Branch Needs Assessment

Common Mission: Together with families and community we commit all district resources to guide the learning of each student to graduate. For more information, click here.

Aubrey ISD Professional Development & Sanger ISD Professional Development

Resources for Aubrey and Sanger ISD teachers pertaining to language arts, reading, social studies, mathematics and science were developed.

Project Timeline: October 2009-September 2011.