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A short description of the STaR Chart Survey that is required of Texas Educators.

A short description of the STaR Chart Survey that is required of Texas Educators.

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  • STaR SummaryCHS
    Amy Clark
    EDLD 5352
  • AGENDA
    What is STaR?
    Four Key Areas
    Teaching and Learning
    Educator Preparation and Development
    Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
    Infrastructure for Technology
    CHS and STaR
    What Now?
    http://starchart.esc12.net/
    Texas STaR Chart
  • STaR
    TEA has been required to report on the progress of districts receiving funds from No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D as of January 2002.
    Reporting requirements for NCLB have been documented as a part of the Texas Campus STaR Chart.
  • Four Key Areas
    Teaching and Learning
    Educator Preparation and Development
    Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
    Infrastructure for Technology
  • Teaching and Learning
    Teachers create and integrate web-based lessons that support learning objectives throughout the curriculum.
    Students are computer literate by the time they graduate high school.
  • Educator Preparation and Development
    • Teach content units online.
    • Create interactive, collaborative, customized learning environments.
    • 30 or more hours of technology professional development is available
    per school year.
     
  • Educator Preparation and Development Cont.
    • Anytime, anywhere learning available through a variety of delivery systems.
    • Teachers help others in the development of strategies for creating new learning environments.
  • Leadership, Administrationand Instructional Support
    Educational leaders support use of technologies to enhance instructional methods.
    Campus uses a variety of media to communicate with stakeholders.
    Leadership promotes a shared
    vision that encourage continuous innovation with technology
    Campus funds are allocated
    to meet the goals and objectives outlined in the CIP.
     
  • Infrastructure for Technology
    • Students have 1 to 1 access to Internet-
    connected multimedia computers.
    • Direct connectivity to the Internet available in all rooms with adequate
    bandwidth.
    • Fully equipped classrooms
    with readily available technology to enhance student instruction.
  • Coolidge High School
    What does this mean for us?
    Where do we stand now?
    What is our goal for the future?
    Do Not Panic!
    We are in Great Shape!
  • CHS STaR Growth
  • CHS Points of Weaknesses
    Staff Development and Preparation
    If there is something you want to learn find a class on it.
    If there is something that you can teach us, then do so.
    Teaching and Learning
    Use technology in your classroom. Find suggestions of ways to use it in your class.
    Check teacher Blogs for suggestions of lessons to use.