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STaR PPT 2.0

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  • 1. Staying Ahead of the Game: The Texas STaR Chart and Clear Lake High School
  • 2. Agenda
    • History of the STaR Chart
    • Why Do I Need to Fill One Out?
    • A Look Across the State
    • A Look at Lake
    • Conclusion
      • During the presentation, you may click any underlined title for a link to more information
  • 3. History of the STaR Chart
    • Designed around the 4 key areas of the Long Range Plan for Technology
      • Rates each area according to Early Tech, Developing Tech, Advanced Tech, or Target Tech
    • Can be used to determine progress and needs within a school
    • Can identify needs for ongoing professional development
  • 4. Why Do I Need to Fill One Out?
    • To assess the 4 key areas of the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology:
      • TEACHING AND LEARNING
      • EDUCATOR PREPARATION AND DEVELOPMENT
      • LEADERSHIP ADMINISTRATION AND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT
      • INFRASTRUCTURE FOR TECHNOLOGY
  • 5. A Look Across the State
    • TEACHING AND LEARNING
      • 2.9% = EARLY TECH
      • 65.7% = DEVELOPING TECH
      • 30.5% = ADVANCED TECH
      • 0.8% = TARGET TECH
  • 6. A Look Across the State
    • EDUCATOR PREPARATION
      • 4.5% = EARLY TECH
      • 71.1% = DEVELOPING TECH
      • 23.8% = ADVANCED TECH
      • 0.6% = TARGET TECH
  • 7. A Look Across the State
    • ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT
      • 1.6% = EARLY TECH
      • 43.8% = DEVELOPING TECH
      • 50.2% = ADVANCED TECH
      • 4.4% = TARGET TECH
  • 8. A Look Across the State
    • INFRASTRUCTURE
      • 1.2% = EARLY TECH
      • 31.9% = DEVELOPING TECH
      • 60.2% = ADVANCED TECH
      • 6.8% = TARGET TECH
  • 9. A Look at Lake
    • We rank at the level of “Advanced Technology” or “Target Technology” in all 4 areas:
      • Teaching & Learning (18) – Advanced
      • Educator Preparation (18) – Advanced
      • Administration & Support (21) – Target
      • Infrastructure (19) – Advanced
  • 10. A Look at Lake ADVANCED 19 4 4 2 2 4 3 Infrastructure TARGET 21 3 3 4 3 4 4 Administration & Support ADVANCED 18 2 2 4 3 3 4 Educator Preparation ADVANCED 18 2 3 4 3 4 2 Teaching & Learning STaR Classification Total TL6 TL5 TL4 TL3 TL2 TL1 Key Area Clear Lake High School (2008-2009) Texas Campus STaR Chart Summary
  • 11. In conclusion …
    • Clear Lake High School’s campus ratings fare well compared to the rest of the state of Texas
      • Teaching and Learning > 68.6% of schools
      • Educator Preparation > 75.6% of schools
      • Admin & Support > 75.6% of schools
  • 12. In conclusion …
    • As we continue working toward the CCISD Long Range Plan for Technology, we know that we have to take steps in three areas to meet our target.
    • Though doing so, we will keep our high school EXEMPLARY and move the district itself toward that rating.

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