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E rate and ccisd’s technology plan Presentation Transcript

  • 1. E-Rate and CCISD’s Technology Plan
    By Colin Shannon
  • 2. Agenda
    Introduce E-Rate
    Introduce Technology plan
    Look at how E-Rate can help CCISD
  • 3. E-Rate
    Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support Mechanism
    Tax on phone usage
    Money used for student’s education
    Discounted educational technology
    20%-90%
    Supports “connectivity”
    More/better technology due to lower cost
    How do we get discounts?
    Step-by-step process chart
    Submit technology plan
  • 4. CCISD Technology Plan
    Clear Way Plan
    Accelerate continuous learning by teachers and students
    Increased role of technology in CCISD
    Creation of learning mediums
    Virtual high school
    Integrated Learning Portal
  • 5. Goal 1: Teaching and Learning
    Integrate technology across the Curriculum
    24/7 student learning access
    Collaboration between Depts. of Curriculum and technology
    Improve achievement through technology and library services
  • 6. Teaching and Learning Initiatives
    Engage students in learning
    24/7 learning system
    Virtual high school
    Instructional technology department
    Virtual Desktop Project
    5th and 8th grade tech assessments
  • 7. Goal 2: Educator Preparation
    District wide staff technology development
    Expand distance learning professional development
    Collaborative, differentiated and interactive professional development
  • 8. Educator Preparation and Development Initiatives
    Teachers must continue to learn technology to adapt to student’s needs
    e4 training institute
    Web Instructor Training
    Technology Staff Development Plan (TSDP)
    Ongoing Instructional Technology Staff Development
    Tech U
    Emphasis of 24/7 staff learning on e4
  • 9. Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
    Provide technology solutions to ensure leadership support
    Shared planning to include curriculum and technology
    Shared vision using media to instruct
    Promote efficient resource management
  • 10. Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support Initiatives
    Strategic planning by providing technology solutions to ensure efficient and effective management of resources, improved processes, and community collaboration.
    Classroom walk-through training
    Installed blackboard connect
    Handheld Mobility project
    Increased emphasis on Administrator training in the use of technology
  • 11. Goal 4: Infrastructure for Technology
    Provide and maintain all necessary technology
    Allow district to reach its goals
    Prepare for and address future technology and needs
  • 12. Infrastructure for TechnologyInitiatives
    Maintain high performance infrastructure, thereby increasing student performance and reducing costs
    Network Operations Center upgrade
    Teacher/Administrator Computer Growth and Lifecycles Project
    Network Cable Project
    Complete Multimedia Upgrade
    Data Visualization Project
    Voiceover Internet Protocol telecom upgrades
  • 13. Budget for Technology Plan, 2009-2012
  • 14. Evaluation Methods
    Systematic, ongoing process with constant evaluation
    Teachers, Campuses complete respective STaR charts annually
    Results will determine any necessary changes
    Other methods include monitoring campus technology usage, feedback, and inventories
  • 15. How E-Rate can help CCISD
    Would allow the district to obtain latest technology at discount rate
    Would help the district fully implement Long Range Technology plan
    Lower rate leads to increased ability to purchase technology
  • 16. E-Rate: Training sites and dates
    Washington, DC  - September 30, 2010
    Newark, NJ - October 7, 2010
    Minneapolis, MN - October 12, 2010
    Los Angeles, CA - October 14, 2010
    Kansas City, MO - October 19, 2010
    Jacksonville, FL - October 21, 2010
    Portland, OR - October 28, 2010
    Dallas/Fort Worth, TX - November 2, 2010
  • 17. Summary
    CCISD’s Technology Plan is thorough, far reaching
    There is room for improvement
    E-Rate will allow the school district to achieve many of our goals and keep costs low
    Funds delivered to improve learning technology
    Approval for funds depends on Technology Plan
  • 18. Works Cited
    Clear Creek ISD long range technology plan. (2009). Retrieved from http://www2.ccisd.net/Libraries/Technology/CCISDLRPT0912DraftFinal43009
    Overview of the schools and libraries program. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.universalservice.org/sl/about/overview-program.aspx
    Application process flow chart. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.universalservice.org/_res/documents/sl/pdf/application-process-flow-chart.pdf
    Digital Photo Credit
    Clear Creek ISD Homepage. Http://www.ccisd.net