Campus Planning and Technology Needs Assessment<br />SchoolTechnologyand Readiness at A.A. Champion Elementary<br />By Lui...
SchoolTechnologyandReadinessOverview<br />StarTechnologyandReadiness Chart (STaR Chart)<br />What is StaR Chart?<br />Back...
STaR Chart’s Key Areas<br />Key Area I: Teaching and Learning<br />Key Area II: Educator, Preparation, and 		             ...
STaR Chart’s Classifications<br />Early Technology<br />Developing Technology<br />Advanced Technology<br />Target Technol...
Classification Variations<br />21-24 <br />Target Technology<br />12-20 <br />Advanced Technology<br />14<br />14<br />14<...
Key Areas III and IV in Constant Decline<br />
Campus STaR Chart Overview<br />No Significant Growth Level in 3 Years<br />Leadership and Infrastructure in Constant Decl...
Recommendations to Reach<br />Target Technology Level<br />Plan for Master Teachers of Technology<br />Plan for True Tech ...
KeepingThe Long Range Technology Plan, 2006-2020 in Perspective<br />Short Term Goal, Meet Phase 1 (2006-2010)<br />Target...
Conclusion<br />STaR Chart as Part of The Planning Process<br />Address Technology Standards<br />Identify Teachers in Nee...
Final Thoughts<br />21st century education requires greater technology, greater knowledge, greater skills, greater prepara...
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  • Our new principal began its first full year in 2007-2008. She implemented a budgeting technology plan which consisted of purchasing a certain amount of technology resources per year and per grade level. Fifth grade teachers were first, followed by fourth grade teachers, and know third grade teachers. This pattern will continue into the lower grade levels. So, our leadership and instructional support has to improve along our campus infrastructure for technology.As demonstrated by teachers’ input in STaR Chart and the above chart, the plan has been decreasing in popularity. The outcome of this is due to the inefficiency in implementing the plan. Technology equipment being purchased is coming into the campus around mid school year. By this time, TAKS is too close and the interest on effectively integrating technology into the classroom diminishes. In addition, the campus does not offer professional development on the new technology purchased.
  • Edtc6342 ltroncoso project3

    1. 1. Campus Planning and Technology Needs Assessment<br />SchoolTechnologyand Readiness at A.A. Champion Elementary<br />By Luis E. Troncoso<br />
    2. 2. SchoolTechnologyandReadinessOverview<br />StarTechnologyandReadiness Chart (STaR Chart)<br />What is StaR Chart?<br />Background and Purpose of STaR Chart<br />
    3. 3. STaR Chart’s Key Areas<br />Key Area I: Teaching and Learning<br />Key Area II: Educator, Preparation, and Development<br />Key Area III: Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support<br />Key Area IV: Infrastructure and Technology<br />
    4. 4. STaR Chart’s Classifications<br />Early Technology<br />Developing Technology<br />Advanced Technology<br />Target Technology<br />
    5. 5.
    6. 6. Classification Variations<br />21-24 <br />Target Technology<br />12-20 <br />Advanced Technology<br />14<br />14<br />14<br />13<br />13<br />12<br />12<br />12<br />13<br />9-14 <br />Developing Technology<br />11<br />11<br />10<br />6-8 Early Technology<br />
    7. 7. Key Areas III and IV in Constant Decline<br />
    8. 8. Campus STaR Chart Overview<br />No Significant Growth Level in 3 Years<br />Leadership and Infrastructure in Constant Decline <br />Teaching and Learning Area Shows Improvement<br />Campus at About 50% Technology Development<br />
    9. 9. Recommendations to Reach<br />Target Technology Level<br />Plan for Master Teachers of Technology<br />Plan for True Tech Support Teachers<br />Up to Date Technology Equipment and Programs<br />Efficient and Effective Technology Infrastructure<br />
    10. 10. KeepingThe Long Range Technology Plan, 2006-2020 in Perspective<br />Short Term Goal, Meet Phase 1 (2006-2010)<br />Target Key Areas of The Long Range Technology Plan<br />Student and Teacher Voices are Imperative<br />
    11. 11. Conclusion<br />STaR Chart as Part of The Planning Process<br />Address Technology Standards<br />Identify Teachers in Need of Technology Skills<br />
    12. 12. Final Thoughts<br />21st century education requires greater technology, greater knowledge, greater skills, greater preparation, greater effort, greater everything…<br /> Our children's future relies on well developed educational systems that can achieve goals and establish new ones. STaR Chart is a significant needs assessment tool that will play a major role in reaching these goals. Goals that will result in competent and computer savvy generations of students equipped for the technology of tomorrow. <br /> <br />

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