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Presentation to SKSD Board of Directors on three year technology plan

Presentation to SKSD Board of Directors on three year technology plan

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  • 1. Technology Plan Update Derry Lyons, Director Information Technology Services – April, 2007
  • 2. What IS a Technology Plan?
    • District 3-Year Plan
      • Federal E-Rate requirements
    • School 1-Year Plans
      • Aligned to SIP planning whenever possible
      • One of 22 different school plans
    • Annual Technology Inventory
      • Equipment
      • Staff/Student technology skills
  • 3. How Is The Plan Developed?
    • District Technology Planning Committee
      • Teachers, Librarians, and Building Technology Liaisons across multiple grade levels; Principals; Instructional Services and Technology Departments
    • Review By Stakeholder Groups
  • 4. Success of Previous Plan
  • 5. Key Goals of 2004-2007
    • One computer per classroom – DONE
    • Implement Skyward student system – DONE
    • Upgrade videoconferencing – DONE
    • Expand network capacity – DONE/CONTINUING
    • Integrate technology into curriculum adoptions – CONTINUING
    • Standards/Professional Development – CONTINUING
  • 6. Tiers Of Technology Use
  • 7. Tiers
    • Focusing on implementation and integration rather than technical skills
    • Students – 8 th Grade: http://www.k12.wa.us/EdTech/TechLitTiers.aspx
    • Teachers: http://www.k12.wa.us/EdTech/TechIntTiers.aspx
  • 8. Tier I – Personal Productivity
    • Supports The Learning Experience
    • Use Of E-Mail, Office, etc.
    • Creating A Web Page
    • Online Grading/Attendance
  • 9. Tier II – Student Productivity
    • Enhances The Learning Experience
    • Use Of Document Camera, Projector, etc.
    • Students Use Technology To Participate In Classroom Activities
    • Teacher Models Technology Use To Students
  • 10. Tier III – Student-Centered Learning
    • Transforms The Learning Experience
    • Students Using Technology To Write, Develop, Publish, Invent
    • Broad Access To Technology In Classrooms
    • Activities Include Project-based Learning, Video Editing, Web Page Creation
  • 11. NETS Standards
    • Technology Standards for Students, Teachers, Administrators
    • Adopted In 48 States and Hundreds of School Districts
    • Learning and Activity-Based, Rather Than “How-To”
  • 12. District Plan
  • 13. Core Goals
    • Improving Teacher Technology Proficiency and Instructional Integration
    • Improving Student Learning with Technology
    • Incorporate Best Practices That Include Technology Into Curriculum Adoption Process
  • 14. A Framework
  • 15. Steps To Success
  • 16. Student Tiers (8 th Grade)
    • State “Pilot” Inventory
      • Tier 1 – 32%
      • Tier 2 – 24%
      • Tier 3 – 44%
    • Current: 68% At Tier 2/3
    • Goal: 90% At Tier 2/3 By 2010
  • 17. Teacher Tiers
    • Self-Inventory (11 Schools Reporting)
      • Tier 1 – 37%
      • Tier 2 – 48%
      • Tier 3 – 16%
    • Current: 63% At Tier 2/3
    • Goal: 95% At Tier 2/3 By 2010
  • 18. E-Rate
    • Reimbursement (~50%) For Network/ Telephone Expenses
    • Priority I – Guaranteed Telephone, Wide Area Network, Web Hosting
    • Priority II – Need-based Internal (Building) Connections
    • Must be included in the plan to be eligible
  • 19. School Plans
  • 20. School Plans
    • Review of Existing/Upcoming SIP Plans
    • Identification of Technology Elements
    • Planning for Purchases
    • One Year Plan with Annual Review
  • 21. Ongoing Process District Technology Planning Committee District Technology Plan Updates Building Level SIP and Technology Plans
  • 22. Technology Inventory
  • 23. State Computer Standards
    • 700 Mhz Processor or Greater
    • Roughly 4 Years Old or Newer Meets Standard
    • Thin Client Computing Does Not Meet Standard
  • 24. Instructional Computers
    • 2005 does not include PTE numbers
    • 2007 thin clients adjusted to standard
  • 25. On The Horizon…
  • 26. 8 th Grade Tech Literacy - NCLB
    • Required Federal Reporting of 8 th Grade Technology Literacy - 2007
    • Mandated By Title IID – Enhancing Education Through Technology
    • Title IID Funding Eliminated In President’s 2008 Budget Proposal
  • 27. State Technology GLE’s
    • SB 5813 – Provision For Technology Grade Level Expectations
    • …Must Assume Technology Exists?
    • …How Is The Technology Funded?
    • Senate budget provides pennies
      • Elementary - $6,000 or 6 computers
      • Junior High - $12,000; HS - $22,000
  • 28. SKSD Information Technology Services Department Goals
    • Separate Process From State Technology Plan
    • Continued Focus On Enhanced Services and Customer Support
    • Annual Customer Service Survey
    • Annual Goal Review and Update
    • Collaboration/consultation with other departments