Burbank High School’S S Ta R Chart Power Point PresentationPresentation Transcript
Burbank High School’s School Technology and Readiness or STaR Chart
What is This? S.A.I.S.D. ‘s Long-Range Plan for Technology or LRPT for 2006-2020 Burbank’s STaR Chart What level of technology are we offering our students?
Why is this information important to me? The STaR Chart will help Burbank answer critical questions. What’s Broken? What is Burbank’s current educational technology profile? What progress is Burbank making towards the LRPT? What areas should Burbank focus on for technological integration?
Technology and Learning / Educator Preparation and Development Key Area Total 11 OUT of 24 Developing Tech Key Area Total 12 OUT of 24 Developing Tech
Leadership, Administration, Infrastructure for Technology Instructional Support/ Key Area Total 12 OUT of 24 Developing Tech Key Area Total 12 OUT of 24 Developing Tech
Areas for focus inTeaching and Learning Pattern of Classroom Use Frequency/Design of Instructional Setting Content Area Connections Technology Applications (TA) TEKS Implementations Student Mastery of Technology Applications Online Learning
Areas for focus inEducator Preparation and Development Professional Development Experiences Models of Professional Development Capabilities of Educators Access to professional development Level of Understanding and Patterns of Use Professional Development for Online Learning
Areas for focus in Leadership Administration and Instructional Development Leadership and Vision Planning Instructional Support Communication and Collaboration Budget Leadership and Support for Online Learning
Areas for focus in Infrastructure for Technology Students per Computer Internet Access Connectivity Speed Other Classroom Technology Technical Support Local Area Network Wide Area Network Distance Learning Capacity
Where Can I Find This Data? Go To: http://starchart2.esc12.net/campusSearchlist.aspx?foryear=20082009&district=sa&campus= Click on Burbank H S
Burbank’s 2009-2010 STaR Goal! 24 24 24 24
Burbank has been Challenged by “… we must also prepare teachers far differently for significantly different roles, different students, and different tools…” The Texas Challenge