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  • 1. TEXAS STaR CHART
  • 2. Definition of STaR Chart
    Key Areas and Classifications
    Uses of the STaR Chart
    Driving Force Behind StaR Chart
    Our Campus Results
    What the Future Holds
    AGENDA:
  • 3. (STaR) School Technology and Readiness- This chart is an online resource tool developed by the Education Technology Advisory Committee for self-assessments of campus and district efforts to effectively integrate technology across the curriculum. http://starchart.esc12.net/
    This tool has been aligned with the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology (2006-2020). http://www.tea.state.tx.us/technology/lrpt/lrpt_lrpt.html
    The rubric is used to access Technology preparedness in Texas K-12 schools.
    Definition of STaR Chart:
  • 4. Four Key Areas: *Teaching and Learning *Educator Preparation & Development *Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support *Infrastructure for Technology
    Four Classifications: *Early Technology *Developing Technology *Advanced Technology *Target Technology
    Key Areas and Classifications:
  • 5. Create and update District Technology Plan
    Conceptualize a Vision for Technology
    Set Benchmarks and Goals
    Measure student/teacher proficiencies of technology integration
    To apply for grants
    To determine funding priorities
    Uses Of the STaR Chart:
  • 6. NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT 2001-states that all teachers must be literate in technology and that students must be technology literate by 8thgrade.
    Driving Force Behind STaR Chart:
  • 7. Our Campus Results:
  • 8. Getting ready for the 21st Century Technological World
    Restructuring classrooms to where they are student-centered rather than teacher-centered.
    Integrating technology into the curriculum and across curriculum
    Providing collaborative Staff Development for Teachers
    What The Future Holds: