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Technology Use Plan



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  • 1. Technology Use Plan Presented by Cassie Koch
  • 2. Rationale
    • Enhances opportunity for technology enriching activities
    • Maintains a technology-rich educational environment
    • Many organizations require a plan before they provide technology funding
    • ISTE National Educational Technology Standards and Performance Indicators for Teachers
    • Scaffolding – puts all teachers on the same page which maintains a consistency from grade to grade.
  • 3. Team
    • Students
    • Parents
    • Community Members
    • Faculty Members
    • Administrators
    • Business Persons
    • Layperson
    • Librarians
    • Administrative Support Personnel
    • Technology Professionals
    Anderson, L., Al-Weshail, A., Baxter, A., Cherry, W., Hill, E., Jones, C., et al. (1996). Guidebook for Developing an Effective Instructional Technology Plan .
  • 4. Process
    • Organize Planning Team
    • Research/Collect Data
      • Evaluate the technology hardware
      • Provide needs assessment surveys
    • Create Technology Use Plan
      • Identify needs from data collected
      • Develop Vision Statement
      • Define Goals and Tasks
    Anderson, L., Al-Weshail, A., Baxter, A., Cherry, W., Hill, E., Jones, C., et al. (1996). Guidebook for Developing an Effective Instructional Technology Plan .
  • 5. Process cont.
    • Formalize Plan
      • How to reach goals
      • Approve
    • Implement (continuously)
      • Evaluate
      • Revise
    Anderson, L., Al-Weshail, A., Baxter, A., Cherry, W., Hill, E., Jones, C., et al. (1996). Guidebook for Developing an Effective Instructional Technology Plan .
  • 6. Vision
    • Our vision is to provide a technology-rich educational environment to all students. We will provide a technology-rich environment for the purpose of enhancing student learning, creativity, basic skills, career skills, problem solving strategies, responsibility and motivation. Through concrete activities we will achieve our purpose. Our classrooms will be flourishing with technology use.
  • 7. Goals/Objectives
    • Improve Educator’s proficiency and capabilities
      • Through Professional Development
    • Establish Budget Allocated for Technology
      • Apply for grants
      • Determine how much is allocated for technology
    • Lower Students per Instructional Computer ratio
      • Apply for grants/programs
    • Provide LAN/WAN Connection in every classroom
      • Find a sever with a sturdy connection
  • 8. Goals/Objectives Cont.
    • Intranet System for Faculty and Students
      • Find a safe server convenient for sharing information within the school
    • Continual Technical Support/Maintenance
      • Provide technical support staff year-round
    • Use the ISTE, state and district standards to enhance learning
      • Provide and educate educators on the standards
    • Maintain and update School Web-page
      • Continually update Web-page
  • 9. Needs Assessment
    • Professional Development
      • How much time is being devoted to learning about technology?
    • Basic Knowledge
      • What does the staff know about technology?
    • Model Digital-Age Work
      • How often is technology being used?
    • Facilitate Learning and Creativity
      • Is technology being integrated into the classroom?
    Needs Assessment Survey
  • 10. Staff Development
    • Sharing Information
      • E-mail, Wiki
    • Video Presentations
      • Finding, creating and/or using in the classroom
    • Projector/SMART Board use
    • WebQuest
      • Activities provided for each subject area
  • 11. Evaluation/Research
    • Continually provide needs assessments with on-line surveys
      • Faculty
      • Students
    • Review Technology Use Plan Yearly
    • Monitor Computer Labs
      • To prevent maintenance problems
    • Have a needs analysis
      • Critical issues
      • Immediate action needed
  • 12. Timeline
    • Organize Planning Team
      • Within one month a team should be established
    • Research/Collect Data
      • One more month is needed for research
    • Create Technology Use Plan
      • Two months to analyze data and plan
    • Formalize Plan
      • Two months to review and approve plan
    • Implement (continuously)
      • One month to introduce and implement plan
      • Continually evaluate and update quarterly
  • 13. Thank You