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School Technology And Readiness
School Technology And Readiness
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School Technology And Readiness
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School Technology And Readiness
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School Technology And Readiness

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  • 1. Underwood Elementary<br /> STAR Chart<br />School Technology and ReadinessA Teacher Tool for Planning and Self-Assessingaligned with theLong-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020<br />
  • 2. School Technology and Readiness<br />What is the STAR Chart?<br />How does it affect me?<br />How does it affect my campus?<br />Campus Ratings<br />Campus Ratings compared to State<br />What do we need to do as a campus?<br />
  • 3. What is the STAR Chart?<br />The Texas School Technology<br /> and Readiness (STaR) Chart isan online resource tool for self-assessment of your campus’ and district’s efforts to effectively<br /> integrate technology across the curriculum.<br /> Chart summary data at<br />www.tea.state.tx.us/starchart/search<br />
  • 4. The Texas Campus STaR Chart Can Be Used:<br />To create and/or update the district’s technology plan.<br />To help conceptualize your campus or district vision of technology.<br />To set benchmarks and goals. Campuses and districts may use the chart to identify current education technology<br /> profiles, establish goals, and monitor progress.<br />To measure student and teacher proficiencies with regard to the integration of technology into all content areas.<br />
  • 5. How does this affect my campus?<br />The Texas Campus STaR Chart Will Help Campuses and Districts Answer Critical Questions<br />1) What are your campus’ and district’s current educational technology profiles?<br />2) What evidence can be provided to demonstrate their progress is meeting the goals of the Long Range Plan for<br /> Technology?<br />3) What areas should your campus and district focus on to improve the level of technology integration to ensure the<br />best possible teaching and learning for all students?<br />
  • 6. STaR Chart Levels of Progress<br />The STaR Chart is divided up into four levels of progress:<br /><ul><li>Early Tech
  • 7. Developing Tech
  • 8. Advanced Tech
  • 9. Target Tech</li></li></ul><li>So where is our campus?<br />
  • 10. How do we stack up?<br />
  • 11. Why it matters…<br />In order to continue improvements in teaching and learning in Texas, educators must assure that the knowledge<br />and skills students learn match the knowledge and skills needed to live and work in the 21st Century. Accelerating<br />technological change, rapidly accumulating knowledge, increasing global competition, and rising workforce<br />capabilities around the world make the integration of relevant knowledge and skills essential to our students.<br />

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