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Here you find information to use your FITT machine to its fullest potential.

Welcome to the FITT Program Information Pages!
Click the links above to find specific information, or review the program overview information below.

F.I.T.T. Program FAQ 

F.I.T.T. Program Registration Form

Site Facility Managers: Participation Form (checklist)Off-Site Use Agreement, Equipment Exit form

F.I.T.T. Program Overview : "Flexible Instructional Technology Tools"
The current specifications for a “Standard District instructional environment” (under Bond Modernization) includes such facilities technologies as an LCD projector, document camera, A/V station with DVD-VCR, speaker amplification, digital tuner, minimum data ports, etc.: Thus far, it lacks the standard instructional computer (“brains”) of the modernized classroom.

The primary goal of the “Flexible Instructional Technology Tool” (FITT) initiative is to provide a high quality, powerful, and equitable instructional computing environment while striving for a new standard in day-to-day technology reliability, file storage/archival automation, system security, and workforce optimization (technical implementation and ongoing support systems). Through coordinated and optimized computer preparation, management, and maintenance, as well as long-term staff training and user support systems, District and Site personnel can work most coherently and efficiently – neither in isolation nor with a multitude of scenarios to try to simultaneously manage and support.

A standard instructional computer provides an equitable, flexible option to enhance student instruction and the learning process:
·         Mobile (laptop) format for maximum instructor flexibility and usefulness (anytime/anywhere instruction, planning, collaboration, communications, curriculum development, etc.).
·         The Tablet Computer format: Includes complete “Smart” (interactive whiteboard-like) capabilities for every classroom/instruction area (at a fraction of the cost), as well as editing, annotation, and “eBook” features outside of the classroom.
·         With the future development of wireless school networking (already in the Bond specification for modernization – to be developed over succeeding years), even greater flexibility will be attained from this mobile platform.