What is FCITL?
FCITL is the Florida Council of Instructional Technology Leaders.
The purpose of FCITL is to:
Promote the enhancement of the instructional process through the effective use and integration of technology.
Promote cooperation and communication among the district and state leaders who impact technology use in education.
Positively influence legislation and policies regarding funding, development, and integration of instructional technology use in Florida.
Recognize the vital role of the instructional technology professional and promote professional growth opportunities.
WHEN IS OUR NEXT MEETING?
WINTER SYmposium - Tuesday, January 24, 2023
School District of Osceola County
817 Bill Beck Blvd, Building 2000
Kissimmee, FL 34744
To register, click here.
HOW CAN I BECOME PART OF FCITL?
If you are interested in joining this AMAZING group of educators, check out the membership information on our JOIN FCITL page.
Those eligible for FCITL Membership include:
Personnel from a public school district who have district-wide responsibilities
Private school personnel
Post secondary personnel
Persons retired from any of the preceding positions
Personnel from an organization with a public school district as a fiscal agent and Education consortia personnel
Membership for personnel from a 501(c) 3 organization will be allowed with Board approval.
Former FCITL members who, in their current position, can do business and realize financial gain working with districts are subject to annual review by the Board before being declared eligible for FCITL membership. Retired FCITL members, who retired in or prior to September 1999, and had retained membership through September 1999, can continue to qualify for membership regardless of future employment status.