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Educational Technology
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Educational Technology

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  • 1. TechnologyinPublic Schools<br />By:<br />Afroze Jahan<br />
  • 2. Introduction<br />Educational Technology leadership<br />E-Rate<br />HISD Technology Plan<br />
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  • 4. What is E-Rate?<br />Bringing the Technology into the Learning Environment at an affordable price<br />
  • 5. Who is Eligible?<br />Public Schools<br />Private Schools<br />Libraries<br />
  • 6. Available Services<br />Telecommunications<br />Internet access<br />Internal connections <br />
  • 7. Available Funds<br />$ 2.25 Billion <br />per year<br />
  • 8. Available Discount<br />Up to 90% discount based on economic disadvantage and geographic locations<br />
  • 9. Where can I learn more about E-Rate?<br />U.S. Department of Education<br />http://www.ed.gov/technology/<br />Federal Communications Commission <br />http://www.fcc.gov/learnnet<br />
  • 10. Houston ISD Technology Plan<br />Technology is an enabler of quality instruction<br />
  • 11. Key Outcomes<br />The Plan is Useable<br />The Plan Focuses on Instructional and Business Needs<br />The Plan is a “Living” Document, Subject to Continuous Review and Update<br />The Initiatives Contained in the Plan are Realistic<br />
  • 12. Is The Plan Workable?<br />All initiatives identified in this plan have been<br />extensively reviewed by HISD staff to ensure<br />that they are: <br />Financially and resource realistic;<br />They contribute to the District’s vision;<br />They contribute to student outcome.<br />
  • 13. Strategic Goals<br />The four key areas of the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020<br />Teaching and Learning<br />Educator Preparation<br />Leadership, Administration, and Support<br />Infrastructure for Technology<br />
  • 14. Conclusion<br />Good Working Plan<br />Result:<br />Increased Teacher Efficiency<br />Increased Student Achievement<br />Students ready for the 21st century <br />

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