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Integrated Technology Action Plan
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Integrated Technology Action Plan

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  • 1. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Integrated Technology Organization Chart District Superintendent Associate Superintendents Technology Chief Officer Instructional Curriculum Specialists Instructional Technology Coordinator District Technical Support Campus Principals Personnel Campus Technology Liaison Campus Teachers Campus Paraprofessionals Campus StudentsPage 1 – Revised October 2009
  • 2. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Job Title Roles and ResponsibilitiesDistrict Superintendent This individual manages the school system and everyday operations. He/She is responsible for providing leadership and overseeing all school operation and reports to the Board of Trustees.Associate This individual coordinates and supervises all principals andSuperintendents administrators, as wells as curriclum and instruction progams.Technology Chief Officer This individual is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing the district’s technology plan. He/She reports directly to the Associate Superintendents on issues with technology and recommendations for technology improvements aligned with the district’s mission and goals. This person also makes recommendations for technology funding and staffing needs.Instructional Curriculum Responsible for analyzing data and trends in order to makeSpecialists recommendations for curriclum change. In charge of the implementation process of the district’s curriclum.Instructional Technology These individuals are also responsible for providing soultions toCoordinator present and innovative needs of the district personnel. They work directly with the campus principals, and district superintendents to address campus and district needs. He/She is responsible for planning and implementing trainings to stakeholders in order to increase integration of technology in classrooms.District Technical These individuals are responsible for responsible for viewing andSupport Personnel understanding the district’s technology plan, and setting high standardsto reach those goals. They are also expected to support campuses with technical issues in a fleunt and prompt manner.Campus Technology Communicates technology issues between the district and campus,Liaison and assist stakeholders with technology needs.Campus Principals He/She is expected to oversee all operation on their campus, including ensuring that the campus improvement plan is developed and implement properly. This individual also oversees technology funding, and design staff development secessions that will address the Campus Improvement Plan.Campus Teachers View and understand the campus and district technology plans. Implement technology in the classroom, and utilize all resources to enrich student learning. Align teaching strageties and resources with the campus improvement plan and goals.Campus View and understand the campus and district technology plans.Paraprofessionals Support teachers with the implementaion of the campus technology plan as stated ing the campus improvement plan.Campus Students Utilizes technology provided by the campus, and actively engage in the technology application process in order to enhance curriclum delivery.Page 2 – Revised October 2009
  • 3. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkPrincipal’s role in ensuring that the organizational chart is implemented andmonitored: It is the principal’s responsibility to ensure that the campus’s technology organizationchart is implemented and monitored properly. The principal oversees all day-to-day operations,and ensures that technology is availiable for stakeholders and students. They must be aware ofthe current trends in technology and how to use those trends to the advantage of the students. He/She is expected to align staff developments and trainings with the Long-Range Plan forTechnology, and the implementation of the Campus Improvement Plan. It’s the principals role toalso facilitate the implementation of the Long-Range Technology Plan on his/her campus, and toencourage the use of technology throughout the organization. They must ensure that funding andresources supports the Long-Range Plan and is aligned with the Campus Improvement Plan.Principals should also focus on students achievement and data that support student growth inorder to increase student learning.Technology Integration Activity #1Page 3 – Revised October 2009
  • 4. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Session Purpose: To introduce data collecting resources to educators and analyzing strategies to increase effective practices. Our district is geared towards increasing technology proficiency in classrooms in order to meet the Texas Long-Range Technology Plan. Learning Objective to Be Addressed: Participants will learn to use a variety of data systems to formulate student-centered lessons to increase student academic performance. Grade Level: Facilitator: Location: Start Time: End-Time: th th 6 – 12 Ezzard Henton Computer Lab 8:00 12:00 Activity Purpose Description Steps Estimated Time Using To familiarize The presenter will Set up each teacher to a 2 hours Technology to staff with a walk teachers computer in the Access a Variety variety of data through the AEIS computer lab of Resources for systems system, the STaR Presenter walks through Gathering, and Chart, and the basics with the Analyzing Data. Mizzuni system teachers showing participants how o Accessing the to access data for systems their students, and o Viewing data how to format the data that they pull o Setting up for printing monitoring lists purposes. o Printing data Teachers will then have an opportunity to explore the software, and generate ideas for using it. Analyzing data Allow teachers The teachers will o Group according 1 Hour to work with group with other to departments others within teachers in their o gather a print out their department and department to collectively of student’s data analyze their discuss the o identify students’ data results. The group weaknesses in order to will look at how (TEKS) identify students fared on o look for trends strengths and each individual weaknesses. TEK and identifyPage 4 – Revised October 2009
  • 5. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link areas where students had the most difficulties. Develop a plan To help Participants will o Group according 30 mins for supporting teachers remain in groups to departments student develop and develop a o Participants will improvement strategies for plan to address addressing students’ needs bounce ideas off student needs. based on the data one another with accumulated the intent of addressing student needs. Questioning and Check for Participants will Teacher lead class 10 mins Answering understanding discuss what discussion will occur (Q&A) they’ve learned within the lab. and provide useful tips to colleaguesPage 5 – Revised October 2009
  • 6. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkTechnology Integration Activity #2 Session Purpose: Participants will be provided with an opportunity to acquire the basic technology skills needed to integrate technology into the classroom and instructional leadership activities. Learning Objective to Be Addressed: Participants will learn to integrate technology into educational practices and instructional leadership in order to increase student achievement. Grade Level: Facilitator: Location: Start Time: End-Time: 6th – 12th Ezzard Henton Computer Lab 1:00 3:30 Activity Purpose Description Steps Estimated Time Integrating Participants Participates will The participants will be 2 hours Technology will be work grouped according to into provided with collaboratively departments. Educational an opportunity with one another Members will view a Practices and to acquire the to create strategies power point presentation Instructional basic that will improve on technology based Leadership technology curriculum curriculum delivery. skills needed to delivery and Participants will be integrate school efficiency. provided hands-on technology training on how to access into the discussion boards, wikis, classroom and web 2.0, and blogs. instructional The group will then be leadership given a snapshot lessons activities. on how to integrate technology into everyday educational practices and instructional leadership. Questioning Check for Participants will Teacher lead class 10 mins and Answering understanding discuss what discussion will occur (Q&A) they’ve learned within the lab. and provide useful tips to colleagues Survey Continuous Teacher will fill Create a survey in the 2 min. improvement out a survey in eduphoria database for the order to get staff teacher to fill out. development credit Remind teacher to fill out for the class. The the survey before dismiss. survey will be utilized for future references regarding the materials.Page 6 – Revised October 2009
  • 7. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkEvaluation Planning for Action Plan The evaluation process is a major part of the Technology Integration Action Plan. It aidesin the development of the plan, provides feedback on if the plan is effective, and helps identifyweakness areas that may need to be revamped. The evaluation process also helps campus leadersallocate resources and trainings in areas where they will be most beneficial to the organization.Listed below are suggested evaluation methods for my campus’s Integrated Technology ActionPlan…. o Focus groups will be held with teachers and students to collect data on the use, need, and perceived impact of the technology integrated plan. o Classroom observations will to gain information on what technology is being used and how often. These walkthroughs will also monitor whether teachers are supporting the initiative. o Annual technology surveys will be completed by students to determine if staff is routinely and effectively using technology as stated in the Campus Improvement Plan. o Bi-annual technology surveys will be completed by Stakeholders to determine if staff is routinely and effectively using technology as stated in the Campus Improvement Plan o Teachers will be required to post teacher technology self-evaluation rubrics, and to ensure that they meet the minimal requirements during each lesson. o Teachers will be required to meet the twenty-five percent rule for technology use during annual appraisals and walkthroughs. o Principals will be expected to ensure that teachers log at least nine hours of technology staff developments each year.Page 7 – Revised October 2009
  • 8. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkPage 8 – Revised October 2009

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