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Comparison or the AISD with the NETP 2010

Comparison or the AISD with the NETP 2010

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  • Will the Alvin ISD Technology Plan for 2010 – 2013 prepare our students for the 21st century. Will this plan develop the staff with enough skill to educate the Digital Native.
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    • 1. Educating the Digital Native: An Analysis of Alvin ISD Technology Plan
      Curtis McClaren
      By PresenterMedia.com
    • 2. Teach Me!
      I’m a Digital Native
      A Vision of K-12 Students Today:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8&feature=related
    • 3. How does the Alvin ISD Technology Plan Correlate with the National Technology Plan for 2010
      To What Degree does the Alvin ISD Plan Meet the National Education Reform Plan
      • The 5 Categories for Planned Improvement In the NETP 2010
      • 4. Learning: Engage and Empower
      • 5. Assessment: Measure What Matters
      • 6. Teaching: Prepare and Connect
      • 7. Infrastructure: Access and Enable
      • 8. Productivity: Redesign and Transform
    • Learning: Engage and Empower
      AISD mission with the 2010-2013 Technology Plan:
      “The purpose of this plan is to establish technology as an integral part of the educational setting. This plan builds on Alvin ISD’s vision statement, our belief in technology, and our P-16 instructional goals as they relate to technology skills. Through this plan we hope to provide equitable access to the use of technology to enable students to become life long learners” (Alvin ISD Technology Planning Committee, 11/1/2010)
      The NETP 2010:
      “The model of learning described in this plan calls for engaging and empowering learning experiences for all learners. The model asks that we focus what and how we teach to match what people need to know, how they learn, where and when they will learn, and who needs to learn. It brings state-of-the art technology into learning to enable, motivate, and inspire all students, regardless of background, languages, or disabilities, to achieve. It leverages the power of technology to provide personalized learning and to enable continuous and lifelong learning. “(National Education Technology Plan 2010 Executive Summary, 2010)
    • 9. The AISD Plan meets the NETP 2010 objective:
      GOAL 1:
      Teaching and Learning: Alvin Independent School District will increase technology integration in all
      classrooms across the district to ensure that every student receives a 21st century learning experience.
      OBJECTIVE 1.1:
      Infuse higher level thinking with technology and quality instruction to ensure engaging learning experiences for all teachers and students.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01, ER02
      NCLB Correlates: 01, 02, 03, 04a, 04b, 07
      Learning: Engage and Empower
    • 10. Learning: Engage and Empower
    • 11. “The real question always must be, "what applications of technology are available that will help our students, staff, and administration work smarter, not harder?"(See, 2004) These applications are driving the need for new technology in the classroom.
      Instructional Software/Hardware:
      Kidspiration, Inspiration, Adobe CS5, Office 2007, KidPix, Type to Learn 4, Publisher, SRA TechKnowledge, TechConnect, Larsons Math, Read
      180 & System 44, Graph Club, Graph Master, TimeLiner, UnitedStreaming, ActivInspire, ActivStudio, ActivExpressions, ActivSlates,
      ActivTablets, Compass Learning, Geometer's Sketchpad
    • 12. The NETP 2010:
      “The model of learning requires new and better ways to measure what matters, diagnose strengths and weaknesses in the course of learning when there is still time to improve student performance, and involve multiple stakeholders in the process of designing, conducting, and using assessment. In all these activities, technology-based assessments can provide data to drive decisions on the basis of what is best for each and every student and that, in aggregate, will lead to continuous improvement across our entire education system.” (National Education Technology Plan 2010 Executive Summary, 2010)
      Assessment: Measure What Matters
      The AISD Plan meets the NETP 2010 objective:
      OBJECTIVE 1.2:
      Teachers and administrators will utilize technology to assist in the curriculum development process and curriculum management.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01, ER02
      NCLB Correlates: 07, 08, 11
    • 13. Assessment: Measure What Matters
    • 14. Assessment: Measure What Matters
      GOAL 4:
      Infrastructure: Alvin Independent School District will maintain and continue to update a strong technology infrastructure to support administrative and instructional functions.
      OBJECTIVE 4.2:
      Alvin Independent School District will provide infrastructure that allows students and staff access to computers and network services.
      LRPT category: Infrastructure for Technology
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01
    • 15. Teaching: Prepare and Connect
      NETP 2010:
      “Just as leveraging technology can help us improve learning and assessment, the model of learning calls for using technology to help build the capacity of educators by enabling a shift to a model of connected teaching. In such a teaching model, teams of connected educators replace solo practitioners, classrooms are fully connected to provide educators with 24/7 access to data and analytic tools, and educators have access to resources that help them act on the insights the data provide.”(National Education Technology Plan 2010 Executive Summary, 2010)
      AISD Plan:
      GOAL 2:
      Educator Preparation: Alvin Independent School District will provide high quality staff development and mentoring to ensure the effective integration of technology by all teachers.
      OBJECTIVE 2.1:
      Train appropriate staff on using technology for administrative purposes.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01, ER02
      NCLB Correlates: 04b
      OBJECTIVE 2.2:
      Train instructional staff on job-specific technology skills.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01, ER02
      NCLB Correlates: 01, 02, 04a, 04b
    • 16.
      • Teaching: Prepare and Connect
    • Teaching: Prepare and Connect
    • 17. Teaching: Prepare and Connect
    • 18. Infrastructure: Access and Enable
      NETP 2010:
      “An essential component of the learning model is a comprehensive infrastructure for learning that provides every student, educator, and level of our education system with the resources they need when and where they are needed. The underlying principle is that infrastructure includes people, processes, learning resources, policies, and sustainable models for continuous improvement in addition to broadband connectivity, servers, software, management systems, and administration tools. Building this infrastructure is a far-reaching project that will demand concerted and coordinated effort.” (National Education Technology Plan 2010 Executive Summary, 2010)
      AISD Plan:
      GOAL 4:
      Infrastructure: Alvin Independent School District will maintain and continue to update a strong
      technology infrastructure to support administrative and instructional functions.
      OBJECTIVE 4.1:
      Integrate efficiency and reduced operational costs through improved use of technology for administrative and business processes.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01, ER02
      NCLB Correlates: 05, 06, 12
    • 19. Infrastructure: Access and Enable
    • 20. Infrastructure: Access and Enable
    • 21. Infrastructure: Access and Enable
    • 22. Infrastructure: Access and Enable
      OBJECTIVE 4.2:
      Alvin Independent School District will provide infrastructure that allows students and staff access to computers and network services.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01
    • 23. Infrastructure: Access and Enable
      OBJECTIVE 4.3:
      Alvin Independent School District will provide quality hardware and software that supports instruction and is compatible with current and emerging technologies.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER02
    • 24. Productivity: Redesign and Transform
      NETP 2010:
      “To achieve our goal of transforming American education, we must rethink basic assumptions and redesign our education system. We must apply technology to implement personalized learning and ensure that students are making appropriate progress through our P–16 system so they graduate. These and other initiatives require investment, but tight economic times and basic fiscal responsibility demand that we get more out of each dollar we spend. We must leverage technology to plan, manage, monitor, and report spending to provide decision-makers with a reliable, accurate, and complete view of the financial performance of our education system at all levels. Such visibility is essential to meeting our goals for educational attainment within the budgets we can afford.”  (National Education Technology Plan 2010 Executive Summary, 2010)
      AIDS Plan:
      GOAL 3:
      Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support: Alvin Independent School District will emphasize a
      vision of leadership for technology.
      E-Rate Correlates: ER01, ER02
      NCLB Correlates: 03, 08, 09
    • 25. Productivity: Redesign and Transform
    • 26. Productivity: Redesign and Transform
    • 27. In Review
      AISD Plan
      Evaluation Process:
      Evaluation of the technology plan will be a systematic, ongoing process. AISD will continuously monitor and adjust the plan as needed throughout the year as part of the evaluation process
      The intention of the evaluation will be to make decisions on the impact has on the learning process for all students. Adjustments will be made mid-year as recommended an approved by the District Technology Leadership Team and an evaluation of the program will be given to the Deputy Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction
      (Alvin ISD Technology Planning Committee, 11/1/2010)
      Evaluation Method:
      Each teacher will complete the Texas Teacher STaR Chart annually. Each campus will then complete the Texas Campus Star Chart using data collected from the teacher, librarians, administrators, students and technology staff. Results will then be analyze to determine progress in meeting the goal of Alvin ISD’s Strategic plan and TEA’s Long Range Plan for Technology.
      (Alvin ISD Technology Planning Committee, 11/1/2010)
    • 28. References:
      Alvin ISD Technology Planning Committee. (11/1/2010). ALVIN ISD Technology Plan: 2010-2013. Alvin Independent School District, Information Technology/Instructional Technology. Alvin: Alvin ISD.
      Cator, K. (2010, November). National Education Technology Plan 2010 Executive Summary. Retrieved May 12, 2011, from U.S. Department of Education: http://www.ed.gov/sites/default/files/netp2010-execsumm.pdf&embedded=true&chrome=true
      Nesbitt, B. (2007, November 28). A Vision of K-12 Students Today. Retrieved May 13, 2011, from Your Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8&feature=related
      See, J. (2004, March). Developing Effective Technology Plans. Retrieved May 13, 2011, from NCTP: National Center For Technology Planning: http://www.nctp.com/html/john_see.cfm