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  • Key Area I: Teaching and Learning: An average of 2 points were scored across the chart displaying neither a gain or loss. Key Area II: Educator Preparation and Development: An average of 2 points were scored across the chart displaying neither a gain or loss. Key Area III: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support: Instructional support and budget seemed were our weaknesses , other categories averaged 3 Key Area IV: Infrastructure for Technology: Internet Access Connectivity Speed @4 , Other Classroom Technology & Technical Support were @ 3
  • Key Area I: Teaching and Learning: Frequency Design of Instructional Setting & Content Area Connections scored 3 pts and others averaged 2 pts. Key Area II: Educator Preparation and Development: Models and Access to professional development scored 3 pts, and others averaged 2 pts. Key Area III: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support: Comm/Collaboration scored 4, Leadership/Vision & Leader Cont Online Learn @ 3 others 2. Key Area IV: Infrastructure for Technology: Internet Access Connectivity and Distance Learning Capacity were both @ 4, Student/Computer, Tech Supp @ LAN connection @ 3 and Other classroom technology rated 2 pts.
  • Key Area I: Teaching and Learning: Content Area Connections scored 3 pts, all other categories averaged 2 pts. Key Area II: Educator Preparation and Development: Models and Access to Professional Development averaged 3 pts all others averaged 2 pts. Key Area III: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support: Leadership & Vision, Planning, Comm/Collabortion averaged 3 pts, Instructional Support scored 2 pts. Key Area IV: Infrastructure for Technology: Internet Access/Connect Speed scored 4 pts, other classroom tech and Tech Support 3 pts and all others averaged 2 pts.
  • The following chart has been produced using the 2007-2008 STaR Chart Data Results that was produced for the Texas State Legislature.

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  • 1. Sam Rayburn High School
  • 2.
    • Campus Mission
    • Introduction
    • 2006-2007 … Summary Breakdown
    • 2007-2008 … Summary Breakdown
    • 2008-2009 … Summary Breakdown
    • Student-created STaR Chart
    • K-12 Pasadena ISD Students Demonstrating Use of Technology
    • Summary/Conclusion
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    • To be classified and operate as a Target Tech campus in all 4 main categories of the STaR Chart.
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    • The following gathered data will be broken down with the sole intention of informing the campus faculty of the STaR Chart results from 2006-2009 school years. This will allow us as a holistic unit to analyze our strengths and weaknesses as they are applied to our current teaching practices, content material and the appropriate use of technology in our instructional time and lessons.
  • 5. 2006-2007 Sam Rayburn High School Technology STaR Chart Results KEY AREA SUMMARY Total Points Tallied Key Area STaR Classification Key Area Key Area Total Key Area STaR Classification I. Teaching and Learning 12 Developing Tech II. Educator Preparation and Development 12 Developing Tech III. Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support 16 Advanced Tech IV. Infrastructure for Technology 14 Developing Tech
  • 6. 2007-2008 Sam Rayburn High School Technology STaR Chart Results KEY AREA SUMMARY Total Points Tallied Key Area STaR Classification Key Area Key Area Total Key Area STaR Classification I. Teaching and Learning 14 Developing Tech II. Educator Preparation and Development 14 Developing Tech III. Leadership, Administration and Intructional Support 16 Advanced Tech IV. Infrastructure for Technology 19 Advanced Tech
  • 7. 2008-2009 Sam Rayburn High School Technology STaR Chart Results KEY AREA SUMMARY Total Points Tallied Key Area STaR Classification Key Area Key Area Total Key Area STaR Classification I. Teaching and Learning 13 Developing Tech II. Educator Preparation and Development 14 Developing Tech III. Leadership, Administration and Intructional Support 17 Advanced Tech IV. Infrastructure for Technology 16 Advanced Tech
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    • In Layman's terms, as a campus we are headed in the right direction. Although we are not in the Target Tech area in any of the subcategories, we are taking an inch by inch approach towards achieving that goal. Based on the 2008-2009 results, we are median between Developing and Advanced Tech. Our weakness seems to be in the Teaching and Learning category which can be remedied by partaking in more technological staff development opportunities and adapting technology to teachers lessons and instructional time.