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Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler
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Texas S Ta R Chart Ea Pressler

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  • 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. agenda origin and goals uses for campus/district improvement levels of progress recent STaR Chart results for Smith Middle School recommendations
  • 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.  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.  Early Tech 2007/2008  Developing Tech Campus Statewide  Advanced Tech Summary by  Target Tech Key Area
  • 6.  2008/2009  2007/2008 unavailable  2006/2007  2005/2006 Return to last slide viewed
  • 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.  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. 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. 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. 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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