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Part of BHS tech integration plan of 2000

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  • 1. Benicia High School 3 Form 27.1 Section 1. a. (3) (a) Students: Goals for Student Computer Knowledge and Skills Goal:Goal: Students will develop a wide variety of technical skills and learn a broad range of software applications that will increase their potential for learning and success in high school, college, and the job market. Objective Annual Benchmarks By end of year three, 80-percent of Benicia High and Liberty High students will demonstrate proficiency in the following technical skills: network and Internet navigation and research, information literacy, copyright and fair use, personal file management, use of presentation software and hardware, advanced word- processing, desktop publishing, class-specific courseware, email, and spreadsheet design. • End of year 1: 50-percent will demonstrate proficiency through projects, exams, and campus-wide surveys • End of year 2: 60-percent will demonstrate proficiency through projects, exams, and campus-wide surveys • End of year 3: 80-percent will demonstrate proficiency through projects, exams, and campus-wide surveys Evaluation Instruments and Data to be collected Schedule for Evaluation Program Analysis and Modification Process Persons Responsible Freshmen orientation week requires a final project and objective exam; freshman Intro to Computers semester-long class will give project grades and course grades to measure overall proficiencies; Project log will gather data from all teachers assigning technology- based projects. Campus-wide surveys will measure skills, access beyond school, and attitude. Annual 70-question survey will help evaluate overall technical integration.. September orientation and objective evaluation of BHS freshmen; fall orientation and objective evaluation of LHS students. January survey evaluation during spring Faculty Technology Support committee (FTS) and Parent Technology Support committee (PTS) meetings; May data collection of departmental technology project grade results. September orientation exam results will guide us in modifying orientation week's activities; January's Intro to Computer final grades will help to modify the course; January surveys will give us the big picture of people's overall technical experience and temperament. May project results will help determine which departments/teachers need additional support; results of all data will be analyzed in monthly FTS/PTS meetings. Steve Gibbs -- BHS DHS Coordinator, Terry Abreu -- LHS DHS Coordinator, department chairs, administrators, parent/teacher technology support members (b) Students: Goals Related to Improved Academic Achievement Goal:Goal: Students will improve their understanding of course content by accessing the multitude of resources made available through technology, and will thus score higher in standardized tests. Objective Annual Benchmarks #1 of 2: By end of year three, BHS's API score of 759 will rise six points to 765, which is roughly 15-percent of the gap toward the state goal for all schools of 800; BHS AP scores will rise 10-percent; SAT scores will rise 6-percent; and the number of students taking the Golden State Exams will go up 10-percent. LHS STAR scores will rise by 10-percent • End of year 1: API will rise to 761; AP scores will rise 3-percent; SAT will rise 2-percent; and the number of students taking the GSE will rise by 3-percent; LHS STAR will rise by 3-percent. • End of year 2: API will rise to 763; AP scores will rise 3-percent; SAT will rise 2-percent; and the number of students taking the GSE will rise by 3-percent; LHS STAR will rise by 3-percent. • End of year 3: API will rise to 765; AP scores will rise 4-percent; SAT will rise 2-percent; and the number of students taking the GSE will rise by 3-percent; LHS STAR will rise by 4-percent Evaluation Instruments and Data to be collected Schedule for Evaluation Program Analysis and Modification Process Person(s) Responsible
  • 2. Benicia High School 4 Standardized test results will be matched against original 2000 baseline and each previous year's results As test results are provided by the state or testing agency, they will be reviewed during monthly FTS/PTS meetings. Based on benchmark successes concerted efforts will be focused where needed; modifications will be shared with the entire faculty. Results will be presented by our district curriculum coordinator at the monthly FTS/PTS meetings. District curriculum coordinator; counseling department, site administrators; DHS Coordinators at BHS and LHS Objective Annual Benchmarks #2 of 2: By end of year three, 75-percent of BHS seniors will have completed a minimum of five extended technology-based projects in at least three different classes (English, business, math, science, history, art and so on). The projects must include the use of at least five software applications; 75-percent of LHS students will have completed a minimum of three technology-based projects in at least two different classes. In subsequent years, all BHS seniors will be required to complete a Senior Digital Portfolio -- five best high school projects, a career search and digital resume compiled. • End of year 1: 40-percent of BHS seniors will have completed at least two technology-based projects, each in a different class; 50-percent of LHS students will have completed at least one technology-based project • End of year 2: 60-percent of BHS seniors will have completed at least three technology-based projects, s[read over at least two different classes using at least three different software applications; 60-percent of LHS students will have completed at least two technology-based projects, each in a different class • End of year 3: 75-percent of BHS seniors will have completed a minimum of five technology- based projects in at least three different classes using at least five different software applications; 75-percent of LHS students will have completed a minimum of three technology-based projects in at least two different classes using at least three different software applications Evaluation Instruments and Data to be collected Schedule for Evaluation Program Analysis and Modification Process Persons Responsible Project Log data will provide details to measure our benchmarks by documenting the teachers, grade level, nature of the assigned projects, number of students involved, applications used, the time spent, open-ended observations, and an over class grade performance; January teacher and student surveys will provide additional data on project quantity and quality. Project Log will be updated regularly from September through June, and posted online for teachers to review and use for collaborative efforts; January teacher and student surveys will be administered; results will be reviewed during monthly FTS/PTS meetings. Project Log data, as well as being available online, will be shared with faculty at each of the four annual training sessions, and monthly at the Parent Technology Support (PTS) and Faculty Technology Support (FTS) meetings. Suggestions and modifications will be made at these times. In May we will share with faculty Project Log, benchmarks, success, weaknesses BHS Lab technician Annette Fewins and LHS DHS Coordinator Terry Abreu will maintain the Project Log. DHS Coordinators and FTS members will oversee the administering of surveys, and the collection of data.
  • 3. Benicia High School 5 Section 1. b. (2) (a) Staff: Goals for Staff Development Related to Staff Technology Proficiencies GoaGoa l:l: Teachers will learn to use their classroom and home computers for regular daily functions, both personal and professional, which will enhance their productivity and classroom success, and simplify their lives. Objective Annual Benchmarks By end of year three, 70-percent of BHS/LHS faculty will demonstrate proficiency in the following technical skills: network and Internet navigation and information gathering with adherence to copyright and fair use policies, personal file management, online testing and grading, peer email and Web collaboration, Web design; tech-based lesson planning, use of presentation software and hardware for lecture support, advanced word-processing, desktop publishing, class-specific courseware, and spreadsheet design. • End of year 1: 40-percent will demonstrate proficiency • End of year 2: 55-percent will demonstrate proficiency • End of year 3: 70-percent will demonstrate proficiency Evaluation Instruments and Data to be collected Schedule for Evaluation Program Analysis and Modification Process Persons Responsible The four annual teacher training sessions –August, November, March, May -- will culminate with objective exams; the annual January surveys and objective questionnaires will provide proficiency data; individual mentoring by the DHS Coordinator and FTS members will reveal specific needs. At the end of each teacher training session; during the March review of the January survey results; during monthly FTS/PTS meetings. Analysis and modification process will be the core purpose of our monthly FTS/PTS meetings. Modifications will be shared and implemented during the four annual teacher training sessions. Specific concerns will be directed to department chairs after each monthly meeting. DHS Coordinators, FTS and PTS members, department chairpersons, campus administrators (b) Staff: Goals for Staff Development Related to Student Computer Knowledge and Skills Goals Goal:Goal: Teachers will incorporate technology into more of their lesson plans, putting the keyboards into the hands of more students. Technology-based lessons will instruct students in the use of multiple software applications, as well as guiding them toward better understanding of the content through technology. Objective Annual Benchmarks #1 of 2: By the end of year three, 70-percent of BHS/LHS teachers will have incorporated into their curriculum at least one annual extended technology project that is practiced in at least three of their classes. The project must include: a) class trips to the general purpose lab, b) Internet research, evaluation of validity, and data retrieval, c) manipulation of data using at least one of the following applications: PowerPoint, desktop publishing, advanced word processing, spreadsheet and web page design, d) sharing of the presentation with classmates, e) saving of the presentation to include in the student's Senior Portfolio Project, f) class project scores must give a grade for content and a grade for technical proficiency that proves students have learned the required skills, and g) project must align itself with three or more ESLRs and at least one goal from the state frameworks • End of year 1: 40-percent of teachers will have an annual technology project written into their curriculum that is used in three or more classes • End of year 2: 50-percent of teachers will have an annual technology project written into their curriculum that is used in three or more classes • End of year 3: 70-percent of teachers will have an annual technology project written into their curriculum that is usedin three or more classes Evaluation Instruments and Data to be collected Schedule for Evaluation Program Analysis and Modification Process Person(s) Responsible
  • 4. Benicia High School 6 Lab logs; Project Log; student survey results; individual mentoring by DHS Coordinator; review of departmental curriculum revisions to include technology; student project accomplishments Lab logs and Project Log will be monitored regularly; mentoring will run from September through June; departmental curriculum changes will be examined each spring semester before May training.. Lab logs and Project Log will identify teachers not using technology; departmental curriculum changes will identify departments in need; student achievements and projects will identify weak areas for additional focus. DHS Coordinators, FTS and PTS members, department chairpersons Objective Annual Benchmarks # 2 of 2: By the end of year three, 70-percent of BHS/LHS teachers will have used their classroom's integrated equipment (computer/TV/Internet connection) to support a lecture and allowed students to use the equipment to share presentations with their classmates. • End of year one: 40-percent will have used their classroom's integrated equipment. • End of year two: 50-percent will have used their classroom's integrated equipment. • End of year three: 70-percent will have used their classroom's integrated equipment. Evaluation Instruments and Data to be collected Schedule for Evaluation Program Analysis and Modification Process Person(s) Responsible Annual teacher survey; annual student survey; DHS Coordinator monitoring. Data will include how the equipment was used and how smoothly the lesson went. January Teacher and Student Survey; ongoing monitoring from August through June. Based on teacher and student survey results and testimonials, additional mentoring and team-teaching will be scheduled; review will take place monthly during FTS/PTS meetings. DHS Coordinators, FTS members, department chairpersons. (c) Staff: Goals for Staff Development Related to Improved Student Academic Achievement Goals Goal:Goal: Teachers will develop departmental curriculum that integrates technology into lessons and projects required of all students; using technology in the classroom will become frequent and comfortable and provide a vast increase in content resources Objective Annual Benchmarks By the end of year three, 90-percent of BHS/LHS departments will have written into their curriculum at least one technology- based, content-specific goal and annual project; goals and projects must meet the following requirements: a) focus on content that will help students perform better on standardized exams, b) meet three of seven ESLRs, c) match one or more of the goals described in the state frameworks, and d) require a minimum of one week of hands-on technology use • End of year one: 40-percent of departments will have modified their curriculum to include one or more technology-based, content-specific goal that meets objective requirements • End of year two: 60-percent of departments will have modified their curriculum to include one or more technology-based, content specific goal that meets objective requirements • End of year three: 90-percent of departments will have modified their curriculum to include one or more technology-based, content specific goal that meets objective requirements Evaluation Instruments and Data to be collected Schedule for Evaluation Program Analysis and Modification Process Person(s) Responsible Revised departmental curriculum will be reviewed prior to May training. Data will include the type of projects and the types of applications, hardware, and research techniques used. This information will come from Project Log. May of 2001, 2002, 2003 Analysis and modification will come from a panel discussion and review involving FTS and departmental faculty members during May training. DHS Coordinators, members of FTS, department chairpersons, campus administrators