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    • STaR Chart
      Why do we it?
      What it tells us…
    • Welcome
      Discuss what STaR Chart is
      Look at the States Data
      Look at the District and Schools Data
      Closing Ideas
      Agenda
    • What it is..
      STaR stands for School Technology and Readiness
      Was developed to see where each district/school/teacher is when it comes to the four key areas of the Long Range Plan for Technology
      STaR Chart
    • NCLB mandates the Technology Range Plan
      States by the end of 8th grade all students will be technology literate
      All teachers need to be technology literate
      Technology must be taught across all content areas K-8
      Did you know….
    • There are four areas that the survey address
      Teaching and Learning
      Educator Preparation and Development
      Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
      Infrastructure for Technology
      Each area is ranked based off of a series of questions
      Early Tech, Developing Tech, Advanced Tech, and Target Tech
      The Four Areas
    • http://starchart.esc12.net/statistics.html
      Based off of the information that will be presented from this link discuss with a partner where you think we rank compared to the state for 2009-10 year.
      District Level?
      Campus Level?
      Where we Stand as a State
    • How we all compared 2009-10
    • Teaching and Learning
      As a District (Developing Tech)
      “Instruction is teacher-directed and students regularly use technology on an individual basis to access electronic information and develop communication and presentation projects. There is minimal use of technology in foundation TEKS. Most Technology Applications TEKS are met K-8; high school campuses teach at least 2 Technology Applications courses.”
      As a Campus (Advanced Tech)*Higher than the State
      “Instruction is teacher-facilitated and students work with peers and experts to evaluate information, analyze data and content in order to problem solve. Technology is integrated into foundation area TEKS, and activities are separated by subject and grade. All Technology Applications TEKS are met K-8; high school campuses offer and teach at least 4 Technology Applications courses.”
      (TEA, 2011)
    • Educator Preparation and Development
      As a District (Developing Tech)
      “Use of technology is for administrative tasks and classroom management. There is use of online resources. 40% of educators meet SBEC standards. Administrators expect teachers to use technology. 6-24% of technology budget allocated for professional development.”
      As a Campus (Advanced Tech)
      “There is integration of technology into teaching and learning. There is use of online resources regularly. 60% of educators meet SBEC standards. Administrators recognize and identify exemplary use of technology. 25-29% of technology budget allocated for professional development.”
      (TEA, 2011)
    • Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
      As a District (Developing Tech)*Lower than the State
      “Campus plan aligned with Long-Range Plan for Technology. Teachers and administrators have vision for technology. One technical support staff to 750 computers. There is a full-time district technology director. The Technology Allotment and local funding is used for purchases.”
      As a Campus (Advanced Tech)
      “Campus plan aligned with Long-Range Plan for Technology. Teachers and administrators have vision for technology. One technical support staff to 750 computers. There is a full-time district technology director. The Technology Allotment and local funding is used for purchases.”
      (TEA, 2011)
    • Both the District and Campus (Advanced Tech)
      “There are 4 or less students per computer. There is direct connectivity to Internet in 75% of classrooms and library. Web-based learning is available. All rooms are on LAN/WAN. There is one educator per computer. There is shared use of other resources.”
      (TEA, 2011)
      Infrastructure for Technology
    • Where the results what you expected?
      Where would you rank yourself?
      How is this helping is?
      What are ways to improve in these areas?
      Discuss with your Neighbor
    • It will show us areas that we need to improve on.
      Allows us time to reflect on what we are doing personally and brainstorm ways to incorporate more technology.
      Allows us to see where we stand as a state/district/campus.
      How these results will help us.
    • Texas Education Agency. (2003). STaR Chart.Retrieved March 5, 2011, from http://starchart.esc12.net/faqWhy.html.
      References