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Texas Star Chart Ppt

  1. 1.  What is the Texas STaR Chart?  Who is required to complete it?  How does our campus measure up?  How can we use information gained from the chart?  How will it effect our students?
  2. 2. The Texas Teacher STaR Chart:  Is a special online resource tool to assist Texas teachers in self-assessing efforts to effectively integrate technology across the curriculum.  Was developed around the four key areas of the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020  Is designed to help determine progress toward meeting the goals of the Long-Range Plan for Technology Back to Beginning
  3. 3. The Teacher STaR Chart was voluntary from the 2004-2005 school year through the 2005- 2006 school year. Beginning with the 2006-2007 school year, all Texas teachers are required to complete the online version of the Texas Teacher STaR Chart annually. Statewide reports from the Texas Teacher STaR Chart are used to report on progress toward fulfilling the requirements in No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D. Back to Beginning
  4. 4. 16 16 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 2006-2007 8 2007-2008 6 2008-2009 4 2 0 Teaching and Educator Prep Instr Support Infrastructure Learning
  5. 5.  How have we been able to continuously increase our level in the area of Leadership and Instructional Support?  Why have our campus scores for Educator Preparation and Development shown no growth over the past three years? What can we do to move from Developing Tech status to Advanced
  6. 6. Target Tech 20 Advanced Tech 15 10 Developing Tech Early Tech 5 District 0 Campus
  7. 7. Overall, as a district, where are our strengths and weaknesses? Why are our campus scores for Educator Preparation and Development and Infrastructure lower than the district scores for those areas? Back to Beginning  What can we do to improve our levels
  8. 8. Help teachers determine professional development needs Provide data for more accurate documentation. Determine funding needs. Provide data to support grant requests. Provide information for the campus vision of technology. Assist in documenting the use of No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D formula and discretionary funds Back to Beginning
  9. 9. Teachers complete STaR chart. State assesses data. Districts and campuses assess data. State makes necessary changes State determines Districts determine Districts determine in required funding needs for funding needs and professional standards. technology growth. fund new technology development needs resources through for teachers. budgeting or grants. Students benefit from standards updates Students benefit by based on current working with Students benefit from research. innovative teachers well-trained to technology successfully implement resources. technology. Back to Beginning
  10. 10. In conclusion, the Texas STaR Chart can be a valuable tool allowing us to prepare our students for a world full of new and ever- changing technology, one in which they will be expected to thrive …..if we choose to take the opportunity.
  11. 11.  US Department of Education  The State Board of Educator Certification  The Texas Education Agency  No Child Left Behind Act of 2001  SETDA (State Educational Technology Directors Association)  21st Century Skills  The Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006- 2020 To find out more about The Texas STaR Chart or to learn more about technology in education today, please visit one of these sites.