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  • 1. The Texas STaR Chart and You Alvin High School Faculty In-Service Presentation Next Slide
  • 2. Agenda
    • Back Ground:
      • What is the STaR Chart?
      • How does the STaR Chart Work?
      • How is the STaR Chart scored?
    • Alvin High School’s STaR Chart Data
    • Summary of findings
    • Open Questioning
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  • 3. What is the STaR Chart?
    • Source of data collected from an on-line survey designed to help teachers, administrators, and districts:
      • Meet district technology goals
      • Evaluate district’s progress towards the Long-Range Plan for Technology
      • Measure all efforts designed to improve student learning through technology as specified by No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
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  • 4. How does the STaR Chart work?
    • Teachers complete an annual on-line survey that questions technology use in the classroom
    • Data is then used by campus and district personnel and state policy-makers for evaluation purposes
    • More information on the STaR Chart can be found at http://starchart.esc12.net/history.html
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  • 5. How is the STaR Chart scored?
    • Teachers evaluate areas of technology by assigning a score from the following:
      • 1 – Early Techology
      • 2 – Developing Technology
      • 3 – Advanced Technology
      • 4 – Target Technology
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  • 6. Campus Data Next Slide Previous Slide Agenda Alvin High School Data Click for Star Chart Data: 2006-2007 Click for Star Chart Data: 2007-2008 Click for Star Chart Data: 2008-2009
  • 7. Alvin High School STaR Chart Data: 2006-2007 Campus Data Agenda Advanced Technology Developing Technology Developing Technology Developing Technology Key Area STaR Classifications Infrastructure for Technology Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support Educator Preparation & Development Teaching & Learning Summary Area
  • 8. Alvin High School STaR Chart Data: 2007-2008 Campus Data Agenda Developing Technology Advanced Technology Developing Technology Developing Technology Key Area STaR Classifications Infrastructure for Technology Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support Educator Preparation & Development Teaching & Learning Summary Area
  • 9. Alvin High School STaR Chart Data: 2008-2009 Next Slide Campus Data Agenda Developing Technology Advanced Technology Developing Technology Developing Technology Key Area STaR Classifications Infrastructure for Technology Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support Educator Preparation & Development Teaching & Learning Summary Area
  • 10. Summary of Data: 2006-2009
    • Strongest Area
      • Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support
    • Possible Reason
      • Increase technical support has helped teachers grow in the area of technology.
    • Although progress has slowed, slight increases are evident in the following areas:
      • Educator Preparation and Development
      • Teaching & Learning
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  • 11. Summary of Data: 2006-2009 (Continued)
    • Greatest Weakness
      • Infrastructure for Technology
    • Possible Reason
      • Rapid district growth and the cost of opening new campuses has lead to a lack of funds for the older schools.
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  • 12. Questions?
    • The floor is yours!
    • What are your questions?
    Previous Slide Agenda