TEXAS STaR CHART<br />All ACCESS PASS <br />TO STATE AND W.E.S CAMPUS GOAL AND DATA<br />WHIDBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL<br />FOR...
ALL ACCESS PASS<br />THIS ALL ACCESS PASS WILL INFORM YOU ON:<br /><ul><li>THE TEXAS STaR CHART
THE STATE STANDARDS FOR:</li></ul>   -STUDENTS<br />  -TEACHERS<br /><ul><li>THE 4-KEY AREAS
LEVELS OF PROGRESS
STaR CHART COMPARISION DATA</li></ul>  -WHIDBY ELEMENTARY 2007-2010<br />  -STATE COMPARISION DATA 2007-2010<br /><ul><li>...
<ul><li>THE STaR CHART WAS DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS, CAMPUSES, AND DISTRICTS DETERMINE THEIR PROGRESS TOWARD MEETING THE ...
THE CHART HELPS MEASURE THE IMPACT OF STATE AND LOCAL EFFORTS TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY.
THE STaR CHART IDENTIFIES NEEDS FOR ON-GOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND RAISE AWARENESS OF RESEARCH-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL ...
STATE TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS<br />STUDENT STANDARDS<br /><ul><li>THE STATE STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGY STATES THAT THE  </li></...
STATE TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS<br />EDUCATOR STANDARDS<br /><ul><li>SECONDARY TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION CLASSES REQUIRES  </li></...
<ul><li>TEACHING AND LEARNING
EDUCATOR PREPARATION
ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT LEADERSHIP
INFRASTRUCTURE FOR TECHNOLOGY</li></ul>(4)FOUR KEY AREAS<br />
<ul><li>PATTERNS OF CLASSROOM USE
FREQUENCY/DESIGN OF INSTRUCTIONAL SETTING
CONTENT AREA CONNECTIONS
TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS(TA)TEKS IMPLEMENTATIONS
STUDENT MASTERY OF TECHNOLOGY APPLICAYIONS
ONLINE LEARNING</li></ul>TEACHING AND LEARNING<br />
<ul><li>PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCES
MODELS OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
CAPABILITIES OF EDUCATORS
ACCESS TO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING AND PATTERNS OF USE
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  1. 1. TEXAS STaR CHART<br />All ACCESS PASS <br />TO STATE AND W.E.S CAMPUS GOAL AND DATA<br />WHIDBY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL<br />FOR LEADERSHIP IN HEALTH SCIENCES<br />HOUSTON, TX<br />AIESHA ODUTAYO<br />EDLD 5306<br />
  2. 2. ALL ACCESS PASS<br />THIS ALL ACCESS PASS WILL INFORM YOU ON:<br /><ul><li>THE TEXAS STaR CHART
  3. 3. THE STATE STANDARDS FOR:</li></ul> -STUDENTS<br /> -TEACHERS<br /><ul><li>THE 4-KEY AREAS
  4. 4. LEVELS OF PROGRESS
  5. 5. STaR CHART COMPARISION DATA</li></ul> -WHIDBY ELEMENTARY 2007-2010<br /> -STATE COMPARISION DATA 2007-2010<br /><ul><li>CAMPUS GOALS</li></li></ul><li>WHAT IS THE TEXAS STaR CHART?<br /><ul><li> STaR IS THE ACRONYM FOR SCHOOL TECHNOLGY AND READINESS </li></ul> CHART<br /><ul><li>THE TEXAS CAMPUS STaR CHART IS A TOOL USED TO PLAN, BUDGET, </li></ul> AND EVALUATE THE PROGRESS OF INTERGRATION OF TECHNOLOGY <br /> INTO SCHOOL CURRICULUM AND INFRASTRUCTURE.<br /><ul><li>ALL SCHOOL DISTRICTS MUST COMPLETE THE TEXAS STaR CHARTS </li></ul> NEEDS FOR THEIR CAMPUS EVERY YEAR.<br />
  6. 6. <ul><li>THE STaR CHART WAS DESIGNED TO HELP TEACHERS, CAMPUSES, AND DISTRICTS DETERMINE THEIR PROGRESS TOWARD MEETING THE GOALS OF THE LONG-RANGE PLAN FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE GOALS OF THE DISTRICT.
  7. 7. THE CHART HELPS MEASURE THE IMPACT OF STATE AND LOCAL EFFORTS TO IMPROVE STUDENT LEARNING THROUGH THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY.
  8. 8. THE STaR CHART IDENTIFIES NEEDS FOR ON-GOING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND RAISE AWARENESS OF RESEARCH-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL GOALS.</li></ul>WHY THE STaR CHART?<br />
  9. 9. STATE TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS<br />STUDENT STANDARDS<br /><ul><li>THE STATE STANDARDS FOR TECHNOLOGY STATES THAT THE </li></ul> CURRICULUM FOR STUDENTS FOCUS ON TEACHING, LEARNING, AND <br /> INTERGRATION OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY SKILLS ACROSS THE <br /> CURRICULUM. <br /><ul><li>THE STATE TECHNOLOGY STANDARD CAN BE FOUND IN 19 TAC </li></ul> CHAPTER 74. IT IS A REQUIREMENT THAT DISTRICTS ENSURE THAT <br /> SUFFICIENT TIME IS PROVIDED FOR TEACHERS TO TEACH AND FOR <br /> STUDENTS TO LEARN THE ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS IN <br /> TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS GRADES K-12. <br />
  10. 10. STATE TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS<br />EDUCATOR STANDARDS<br /><ul><li>SECONDARY TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION CLASSES REQUIRES </li></ul> EDUCATOR’S TO HAVE A TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATION BASED ON <br /> TECHNOLOGY APLLICATION TEKS FOR GRADES 6-8. <br /><ul><li>ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL EDUCATORS WHO TEACH </li></ul> TECHNOLOGY CLASSES ARE NOT REQUIRED TO HAVE A TECHNOLOGY <br /> CERTIFICATION.<br /><ul><li>KNOWLEDGE AND TRAINING OF TEACHER TECHNOLOGY </li></ul> COMPETENCIES ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL BEGINNING EDUCATORS AND <br /> ARE HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FOR CURRENT EDUCATORS.<br /><ul><li>THE NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT REQUIRES ALL TEACHERS TO BE </li></ul> TECHNOLOGY LITERATE.<br />
  11. 11. <ul><li>TEACHING AND LEARNING
  12. 12. EDUCATOR PREPARATION
  13. 13. ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT LEADERSHIP
  14. 14. INFRASTRUCTURE FOR TECHNOLOGY</li></ul>(4)FOUR KEY AREAS<br />
  15. 15. <ul><li>PATTERNS OF CLASSROOM USE
  16. 16. FREQUENCY/DESIGN OF INSTRUCTIONAL SETTING
  17. 17. CONTENT AREA CONNECTIONS
  18. 18. TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS(TA)TEKS IMPLEMENTATIONS
  19. 19. STUDENT MASTERY OF TECHNOLOGY APPLICAYIONS
  20. 20. ONLINE LEARNING</li></ul>TEACHING AND LEARNING<br />
  21. 21. <ul><li>PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT EXPERIENCES
  22. 22. MODELS OF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  23. 23. CAPABILITIES OF EDUCATORS
  24. 24. ACCESS TO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  25. 25. LEVELS OF UNDERSTANDING AND PATTERNS OF USE
  26. 26. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ONLINE LEARNERS</li></ul>EDUCATOR PREPARATION<br />
  27. 27. <ul><li>LEADERSHIP AND VISION
  28. 28. PLANNING
  29. 29. INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT
  30. 30. COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION
  31. 31. BUDGET
  32. 32. LEADERSHIP AND SUPPORT FOR ONLINE LEARNERS</li></ul>ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT LEADERSHIP<br />
  33. 33. <ul><li>STUDENTS PER COMPUTER
  34. 34. INTERNAL ACCESS CONNECTIVITY SPEED
  35. 35. OTHER CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY
  36. 36. TECHNICAL SUPPORT
  37. 37. LOCAL AREA NETWORK WIDE AREA NETWORK
  38. 38. DISTANCE LEARNING CAPACITY</li></ul>INFRASTRUCTURE<br />
  39. 39. <ul><li>EARLY TECH (BEGINNING LEARNING)
  40. 40. DEVELOPING TECH (PROGRESSING)
  41. 41. ADVANCED TECH (MID PROGRESS)
  42. 42. TARGET TECH (HIGH PROGRESS)</li></ul>LEVELS OF PROGRESS<br />
  43. 43. STATE WIDE AND CAMPUS DATA<br />3 YEAR STaR CHART DATA COMPARISION <br />
  44. 44. WHIDBY ELEMENTARY CAMPUS RESULTS2007-2008<br />
  45. 45. STATEWIDE CAMPUS RESULTS2007-2008<br />
  46. 46. WHIDBY ELEMENTARY CAMPUS RESULTS2008-2009<br />
  47. 47. STATEWIDE CAMPUS RESULTS2008-2009<br />
  48. 48. WHIDBY ELEMENTARY CAMPUS RESULTS2009-2010 <br />
  49. 49. STATEWIDE CAMPUS RESULTS2009-2010 <br />
  50. 50. STATE AND CAMPUS COMPARISION<br /> KEY AREA: TEACHING AND LEARNING<br /><ul><li>THE KEY AREA FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING WENT FROM TARGET TECH IN 2007 TO DEVELOPING TECH FOR THE 2008-2010 SCHOOL YEAR.
  51. 51. THE STATE KEY AREA FOR TEACHING AND </li></ul> LEARNING STAYED THE SAME FOR 2007-2010 SCHOOL YEAR.<br />STaR CHART SUMMARY<br />
  52. 52. STATE AND CAMPUS COMPARISION<br /> KEY AREA: EDUCATOR PREPARATION<br /><ul><li>THE CAMPUS KEY AREA FOR EDUCATOR PREPARATION WENT FROM ADVANCED TECH TO DEVELOPING TECH FOR THE 2009-2010 SCHOOL YEAR.
  53. 53. THE STATE KEY AREA FOR EDUCATOR PREPARATION FOR THE 2007-2010 WAS DEVELOPING TECH. </li></ul>STaR CHART SUMMARY<br />
  54. 54. STATE AND CAMPUS COMPARISION<br /> KEY AREA: ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT<br /><ul><li>THE CAMPUS KEY AREA FOR ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT IMPROVED FROM DEVELOPING TECH TO ADVANCED TECH.
  55. 55. THE STATE KEY AREA FOR ADMINISTRATION AND SUPPORT IMPROVED FROM DEVELOPING TECH TO ADVANCED TECH AS WELL. </li></ul>STaR CHART SUMMARY<br />
  56. 56. STATE AND CAMPUS COMPARISION<br /> KEY AREA: INFRASTRUCTURE AND TECHNOLOGY<br /><ul><li>THE CAMPUS KEY AREA FOR INFRASTRUCTURE AND TECHNOLOGY WAS DEVELOPING AND ADVANCED TECH FOR THE 2007-2010 SCHOOL YEAR FOR CAMPUS AND STATE REPORTS. </li></ul>STaR CHART SUMMARY<br />
  57. 57. THE CAMPUS GOALS THAT MY SCHOOL WILL FOCUS ON FOR THE 2010-2011 SCHOOL YEAR TO HELP IMPROVE TECHNOLOGY:<br /><ul><li>PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  58. 58. INCREASED TECHNOLOGY IN ALL CLASSROOMS
  59. 59. MORE TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN ACTIVITIES
  60. 60. FOR ALL STAFF TO BE TARGET TECH’S IN ALL FOUR KEY AREA’S.</li></ul>CAMPUS GOALS<br />
  61. 61. IN CONCLUSION ALL CAMPUSES SHOULD<br /><ul><li>INFUSE TECHNOLOGY DAILY
  62. 62. READ AND UNDERSTAND TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS
  63. 63. GET PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  64. 64. COMPLETE STaR CHART YEARLY
  65. 65. PASS THE INFORMATION ALONG TO OTHERS</li></ul>CONCLUSION<br />

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