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  • 1. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkWeek 4 Assignment, Part 1: Development of an organization chart integratingtechnologyUsing the campus and district improvement plans, and any suggested technologyimprovements, develop an organization chart that includes the following: • Identify by title or job description all personnel/stakeholders responsible for integrating technology and instructional and organization leadership from the district office to the campus and classroom; • Provide a brief description of the role and responsibilities of all identified personnel in your organizational chart; • Discuss the role of the principal in making sure the organizational chart is implemented and monitored. School Board Superintendent Director of Technology Assistant Director of Assistant Director of Assistant Director of Technology Technology Technology Principal Campus Technologist Classroom TeacherPage 1 – Revised October 2009
  • 2. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Position Title Responsibilities School Board The School Board is the governing body of the district. The Board determines policies and budgetary allocations that make it possible for the district to meet its technology goals. Superintendent The Superintendent is charged with overseeing the day to day operation of the district. He or she is also responsible for ensuering that the district is working towards its teachnology goals as well as its overall goals. Director of Technology The Director of Technology is responsible for communicating the district technology plan, the technology TEKS, and student expectations to the Assistant Director of Technology who, in turn, communicates these to the building Principals. The Director reports progress and problems to the Superintendent. Assistant Director of Technology The Assistant Director of Technology is responsible for ensuring that the district technology plan is communicated to the building Principals. They are responsible for supporting the efforts of the school level personnel in implementing the technology plan. They report progress and problems to the Director of Technology. Principal The Principal is responsible for ensuring that the districts technology and other goals are met, while ensuring that the needs of the campus stakeholders are also met. Campus Technologist The Campus Technologist is responsible for ensuring that teachers have the necessary tools and trainigng to implement the technology TEKS in each classroom atPage 2 – Revised October 2009
  • 3. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link all grade levels. Classroom Teacher The Classroom Teacher is responsible for collaboratively developing a curriculum that integrates technology at multiple levels, scaffonding instruction to meet a wide variety of experience levels and student needs.Page 3 – Revised October 2009
  • 4. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkWeek 4 Assignment, Part 2: Professional Development PlanningUsing the campus and district improvement plans, and any suggested technologyimprovements, develop professional development activities that include the following:• Reference analysis and lessons learned about the technology needs from the Week 3 report;• Addresses professional development designed to improve the gathering, analysis and use of data from a variety of sources;• Includes professional development to improve decision making in the integration of technology with instructional and organizational leadership. Professional Development PlanningBased on my analysis in week 3 these are the main areas of needon my campus and the steps necessary to address these needs: Technology Person(s) Professional Need Responsible DevelopmentAssistance in integrating Assistant Principal Teachers will work intechnology in instruction Instructional Specialist collaborative teams with Campus Technology one of the facilitators to Specialist, Literacy Coach develop at least three technology-based projects and/or assignments designed to support the required curriculum. Each of these assignments/projects should utilize a different type of technology.The use of AEIS and STaR Assistant Principal Teachers will view thechart data in guiding Campus Technology Power Point presentationinstruction Specialist, Instructional designed by the Literacy Specialist Literacy Coach Coach to obtain a better understanding of the STaRPage 4 – Revised October 2009
  • 5. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link chart. They will then analyze the most recent AEIS data to identify areas of strength and concern. The areas form both data sources will be used to develop a multi-year technology plan designed to strengthen all areas addressed in both data sources. This will integrate growth in technology with increses in student achievementImplementation of the use Campus Technology Teachers will be to use theof Pearson Success, the Specialist, Instructional districts Math technologydistricts adopted online Specialist, Literacy Coach textbook and provide timetechnology math textbook to explore the many facets of its use by working in collaborative teams to design lessons. Lessons will be based on the technology plan developed in previous professional development, as well as on student need according to the AEIS data. Multiple uses of technology will be included in the lessons.Page 5 – Revised October 2009
  • 6. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkWeek 4 Assignment, Part 3: Evaluation Planning for Action PlanThe technology action plan integrating instructional an organizational leadership must includeevaluation components that provide measurable outcomes designed to address the following:• Uses data and other analysis from the Week 3 report, including using the campus and district improvement plans, and local or state technology plans;• Provides assessments and/or monitoring reports measuring professional development designed to use technology to improve the gathering, analysis and use of data from a variety of sources;• Provides assessments and/or monitoring evaluating professional development to improve decision making in the integration of technology with instructional and organizational leadership. Action Plan for Evaluation Technology Need EvaluationAssistance in integrating technology in Observation reports from Literacy Coach,instruction Instructional Specialist, Campus Technology Specialist, Assistant Principal, Principal Evidence of student technology projects (blogs, webpages, other products) Sharing of technology units across grade levels and content Student surveys Teacher surveysThe use of AEIS and STaR chart data in Observation reports from Literacy Coach,guiding instruction Instructional Specialist, Campus Technology Specialist, Assistant Principal, Principal Analysis of benchmark results by teachers to match format of data found on AEIS reportsPage 6 – Revised October 2009
  • 7. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Minutes of collaborative instructional planning meetings Teacher surveysImplementation of the use of Pearson Observation reports from Literacy Coach,Success, the districts adopted online Instructional Specialist, Campus Technologytechnology math textbook. Specialist, Assistant Principal, Principal Presence of Pearson Success lessons in teacher lesson plans Student products Student surveys Teacher surveysPage 7 – Revised October 2009

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