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  • 1. Nimitz High School Introduction to Texas STaR Chart Mr. Wratten
  • 2. Agenda
    • Introductions
    • What is the Texas STaR Chart?
    • Why we have to do one?
    • What are the levels?
    • Where is Nimitz?
    • Summary Activity - Where do we go from here?
  • 3. What is the Texas STaR Chart
    • STaR is the acronym for School and Technology and Readiness.
    • The STaR Chart is designed to help:
      • Teachers
      • Campuses
      • Districts
    • The STaR Chart measures campus progress toward meeting the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology goals.
  • 4. What is the Texas STaR Chart
    • A tool designed for the use in:
      • Technology Planning
      • Budgeting for resources
      • Evaluation of progress in local technology projects
  • 5. Why?
    • All applications for state funded technology grants require a completed campus star chart profile showing current status and campus progress.
  • 6. Data
    • Teachers completed yearly surveys
    • Surveys covered use of technology within the classroom
    • Competencies surveyed included:
      • Teaching and Learning
      • Educator Preparation and Development
      • Leadership, Administration, Instructional Support
      • Infrastructure for Technology
  • 7. Key Areas Surveyed
    • Teaching & Learning
    • Educator Preparation
    • Administration & Support
    • Infrastructure
  • 8. Levels of Progress for Each Key Area
    • http://starchart.esc12.net/docs/campusSWSummarybyKA20072008.pdf
    • Refer to handouts for the following:
    • Early Technology
    • Developing Technology
    • Advanced Technology
    • Target Technology
  • 9. Where Is Nimitz? 2005
    • Teaching and Learning- Advanced
    • Educator Preparation and Development- Advanced
    • Leadership, Admin., Instructional Support- Advanced
    • Infrastructure for Technology-Advanced
  • 10. Where Is Nimitz? 2006
    • Teaching and Learning- Developing
    • Educator Preparation and Development- Developing
    • Leadership, Admin., Instructional Support- Developing
    • Infrastructure for Technology- Developing
  • 11. Where Is Nimitz? 2007
    • Teaching and Learning- Developing
    • Educator Preparation and Development- Developing
    • Leadership, Admin., Instructional Support- Developing
    • Infrastructure for Technology- Developing
  • 12. Summary Activity – Where Do We Go From Here?
    • At your table groups, discuss how technology was used in your classroom to enhance instruction.
    • What can you suggest that would improve the use of technology within your classrooms?
    • What types of technology would you like to see purchased for use in your classroom?
    • Why do you think the state is trying to incorporate the use of technology with your students using the STaR Chart?