Edld 5352 S Ta R Chart

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Edld 5352 S Ta R Chart

  1. 1. School Technology and Readiness A Teacher Tool for Planning and Self-Assessing aligned with the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020 By: Christie Briones
  2. 2. Introduction Texas Campus STaR Chart  Assess four domains of Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020  Determines progress toward meeting the goals of the Long-Range Plan for Technology  Measures the impact of federal, state, and local efforts to improve student learning through the use of technology.  Data used to report progress toward the requirements in No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D.
  3. 3. Texas Campus STaR Chart Benefits  Create and/or update the district’s technology plan  Set benchmarks and goals  Measure proficiencies toward integration of technology into all content areas  Apply for grants/determine funding priorities
  4. 4. Completion of Texas Campus STaR Chart Profile  Coordinate with district’s director of technology and technology leadership team  Campus principal: – main contact person – enter campus data – ensure teachers complete the chart  Access chart online: http://www.tea.state.tx.us/starchart
  5. 5. STaR Chart Components  Four Key Areas: – Teaching and Learning – Educator Preparation and Development – Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support – Infrastructure for Technology
  6. 6. STaR Chart Level of Progress  Six Focus Areas: assess the campus’ Level of Progress  Ratings: – 1 Early Tech – 2 Developing Tech – 3 Advanced Tech – 4 Target Tech
  7. 7. Campus STaR Chart Findings Kohfeldt Elementary 2007-2008
  8. 8. Key Area I Teaching and Learning
  9. 9. STaR Classification Teaching & Learning  Developing Tech – Instruction is teacher-directed – Technology used to access electronic information – Minimal use of technology in foundation TEKS
  10. 10. Key Area II Educator Preparation and Development
  11. 11. STaR Classification Educator Preparation  Developing Tech – Technology used for administrative tasks/classroom management – Use of online resources – 40% of educators meet SBEC standards
  12. 12. Key Area III Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
  13. 13. STaR Classification Administration & Support  Developing Tech – Campus Plan aligned with Long-Range Plan – Vision for technology – 1 Tech Support Staff to 750 computers – Full-time district technology director
  14. 14. Key Area IV Infrastructure for Technology
  15. 15. STaR Classification Infrastructure  Developing Tech – 5-9 students per computer – Internet access in 50% of classrooms/library – Majority of rooms connected to WAN/LAN – One educator per computer
  16. 16. Key Area Summary
  17. 17. Conclusion Technology Improvement Ideas  Professional Development – technology integration – technology and differentiated instruction  Community Technology Fair  Technology Night  Technology Career Day  “Teach & Learn” with Technology Day

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