TEXAS STAR CHARTUsing Technology at the Campus Level Sylvia S. Garza January 2012
TEXAS STAR CHART SCIENCE ACADEMY
AGENDATexas Long Range Plan for TechnologyTexas Campus STaR ChartTeaching & LearningEducator Preparation & DevelopmentLeadership, Administration, & Instructional SupportInfrastructure for TechnologySummary STaR chart data http://starchart.esc12.net/Campus: Science Academy http://www.stisd.net/mission.html
Texas Long-Range PlanFor Technology, 2006-2020● Mandated by federal & state laws● Texas Campus STaR Chart domains: ○ Teaching and Learning ○ Educator Preparation and Development ○ Leadership, Admin., & Instr. Support ○ Infrastructure for Technology● Helps with Long-Range & district goals.
The Texas STaR Chartis used:● To create and/or update the district’s technology.● To help with campus or district vision of tech.● To set benchmarks and goals.● To determine funding priorities.● To chart & determine where to allocate funds.● To track progress on use of No Child Left Behind Title II, Part D formula and discretionary fund.
The Science Academy 2011-2012South Texas I.S.D.Key Area I: Teaching & Learning
2011-2012 The Science AcademyDistrict: South Texas I.S.D.Key Area II: Educator Preparation & Dev.
Key Area III: Leadership, Administration &Instructional Support
Key Area IV: Infrastructure for Technology
Key Area Key Area Total Key Area STaR ClassTeaching & 16 Adv TechLearningEducator Prep & 14 Developing TechDevLead, Adm, 18 Adv TechInstrct SuppInfrastruct for 16 Adv Techtechnology
CRITICAL QUESTIONS● What are your campus’ and district’s current educational technology proﬁles?● What evidence can be provided to demonstrate their progress is meeting the goals of the Long Range Plan forTechnology?● What areas should your campus and district focus on to improve the level of technology integration to ensure the best possible teaching and learning for all students?