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