Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler

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Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler

  1. 1. propelling teachers, schools, campuses, and districts toward 21st century technology goals and beyond What does the STaR Chart measure, and how does our campus measure up?
  2. 2. agenda origin and goals uses for campus/district improvement levels of progress recent STaR Chart results for Smith Middle School recommendations
  3. 3.  School Technology and Readiness Chart developed by ECTA  http://starchart.esc12.net/  Long-Range Plan for Tech, 2006/20020  http://www.tea.state.tx.us/technology/lrpt/LRPTCompleteDec06.pdf  SBEC Tech App. Standards for teachers  No Child Left Behind Act of 2001  TA TEKS, Chapter 126  http://www.tea.state.tx.us/rules/tac/ch126toc.html
  4. 4.  create/update tech plan or conceptualize vision  set benchmarks and goals  measure student & teacher tech proficiencies  apply for grants Campus StaR  determine funding priorities Chart  track progress on No Child Left Behind Return to last slide viewed
  5. 5.  Early Tech 2007/2008  Developing Tech Campus Statewide  Advanced Tech Summary by  Target Tech Key Area
  6. 6.  2008/2009  2007/2008 unavailable  2006/2007  2005/2006 Return to last slide viewed
  7. 7. 11 Teaching & Learning 14 13 Educator Preparation & 10 16 Development 15 Leadership, Administration, & 11 2008/2009 13 Instructional Support 12 2006/2007 2005/2006 8 Infrastructure for Technology 18 11 0 3 6 9 12 15 18 21 Early Tech: 6-8 Advanced Tech: 15-20 Developing Tech: 9-14 Target Tech: 21-34
  8. 8.  scores relatively constant Teaching & Learning  2 or 3 for most sub-areas  slight decline in 08/09 (TL6)  scores relatively constant 05/06 to 6/07 Educator Preparation &  scores drop significantly in 08/09 Development  EP5 drop from 3 (06/07) to 1 (08/09)  scores relatively constant 05/06-06/07 Leadership, Administration, &  2 or 3 for most sub-areas Instructional Support  slight decline in 08/09 (L5)  scores increase 05/06-06-07 Infrastructure for Technology  drastic drop in 08/09  INF2, 4, 5, & 6 drop by 2 or more points Return to Smith’s STaR Charts
  9. 9. Return to Campus Star Chart: see summary p. 9  to enhance Educator Prep. & Dev.  campus-based training for SBEC TA standards  tech mentors for tech novices  collaborative lesson planning with technology
  10. 10. Return to Campus Star Chart: see summary p. 9  to enhance Infrastructure for Technology  increase Internet connectivity in all classrooms  increase tech support staff per computer ratio  increase LAN/WAN access to campus resources  increase access to rich media online learning
  11. 11. http://staff.beaumont.k12.tx.us/ summary lkirk/default_files/frame.htm  STaR Chart drives education for the future2  identifies needs & shapes vision  teachers & students learning together06/200

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