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  • Texas STaR Chart
    Results for
    2006 – 2009
    Are we there yet?
  • WELCOME!!
    • Introduction
    • Opening Activity – “Who can name…?”
    • Purpose of Meeting – “What is the STaR Chart? How can it help me in my classroom?
    • Four Key Areas
    • Our results over 2006 – 2009
    • What can we take from this? How can we improve?
    • Quiz
    • Closing Remarks
  • For what does the STaR stand?
    School
    Technology
    and
    Readiness
  • What is the STaR Chart?
    The Texas Teacher STaR Chart is designed to help teachers, campuses, and districts determine their progress toward meeting the goals of the Long-Range Plan for Technology, as well as meeting the goals of their district.
  • Four Key Areas
    Teaching and Learning
    Educator Preparation and Development
    Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
    Infrastructure for Technology
  • Teaching and Learning
    • Patterns of Classroom Use
    • Frequency/Design of Instructional Setting
    • Content Area Connections
    • Technology Applications (TA) TEKS Implementations
    • Online Learning
  • Educator Preparation and Development
    Professional Development Experiences
    Models of Professional Development
    Capabilities of Educators
    Access to Professional Development
    Levels of Understanding and Patterns of Use
    Professional Development for Online Learning
  • Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
    Leadership and Vision
    Planning
    Instructional Support
    Budget
    Leadership and Support for Online Learning
  • Infrastructure for Technology
    Students per Computers
    Internet Access Connectivity Speed
    Other Classroom Technology
    Technical Support
    Local Area Network Wide Area Network
    Distance Learning Capacity
  • How did we do?2006 – 2007
    Teaching and Learning - 18
    Educator Preparation and Development – 19
    Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support – 18
    Infrastructure for Technology - 17
  • How did we do?2007 - 2008
    Teaching and Learning – 15
    Educator Preparation and Development – 14
    Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support – 13
    Infrastructure for Technology - 15
  • How did we do?2008 – 2009
    Teaching and Learning – 14
    Educator Preparation and Development – 18
    Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support – 17
    Infrastructure for Technology - 19
  • What does this all mean?
  • How can we improve our classrooms?
  • What have we learned?
    What have we learned?
    What projected future
    do our students have?
  • Thank you for your attendance and participation!
    Quiz
    Closing remarks
    Conclusion