After taking the LoTi Digital Age Survey participants are presented with a detailed profile of suggested professional development priorities aligned to the NETS for Teachers (NETS-T) or Administrators (NETS-A). In addition, this profile offers recommendations aligned to five popular instructional initiatives including (1) Level of Teaching Innovation (LoTi), (2) Partnership for 21st Century Skills, (3) Marzano’s Research-based Instructional Practices, (4) Daggett’s Rigor & Relevance, and (5) Webb’s Depth of Knowledge.
The LoTi assessment has undergone extensive research over the past 20 years and has emerged as a statistically-valid tool achieving (1) content, (2) construct, and (3) criterion validity; therefore proving that the LoTi assessment can be used to accurately diagnose instructional uses of technology and recommend professional development priorities consistent with 21st Century Skills and the NETS-T and NETS-A.
- Content Validity: Original LoTi Questionnaire (1995)
- Construct Validity: LoTi DETAILS Questionnaire (2006)
- Criterion Validity: LoTi Digital-Age Survey (2009)