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    Texas STaR Chart Texas STaR Chart Presentation Transcript

    • Texas STaR Chart Presented by: Heather Gaines Lovett Elementary January 2012
    • The “New” Lovett Elementary Opened 8/2011
    • Agenda
      • What is the Texas STaR Chart?
      • Components included in the Texas STaR chart?
      • Key Area 1: Teaching and Learning
      • Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development
      • Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
      • Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology
      • Texas STaR Chart Classifications
      • Why do we complete the Texas STaR chart?
      • What valuable information do we gain?
      • How often is the survey completed?
      • Lovett’s 2010-2011 results
      • Implications and next steps of our results
      • Further Information
    • What is the Texas STaR Chart?
      • The Texas STaR chart (School Technology and Readiness) is a teacher tool for planning and self –assessment that is aligned with the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020
    • Components of the Texas STaR chart
      • Key Area 1: Teaching and Learning
      • Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development
      • Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
      • Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology
    • Key Area 1: Teaching and Learning
      • Patterns of Classroom Use
      • Frequency/Design of Instructional Setting
      • Content Area Connections
      • Technology Applications (TA) TEKS Implementation
      • Student Mastery of Technology Applications
      • Online Learning
    • Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development
      • Professional Development Expereinces
      • Models of Professional Development
      • Capabilities of Educators
      • Access to Professional Development
      • Levels of Understanding and Patterns of Use
      • Professional Development for Online Learning
    • Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
      • Leadership and Vision
      • Planning
      • Instructional Support
      • Communication and Collaboration
      • Budget
      • Leadership and Support for Online Learning
    • Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology
      • Students per Computers
      • Internet Access Connectivity Speed
      • Other Classroom Technology
      • Technical Support
      • Local Area Network Wide Area Network
      • Distance Learning Capacity
    • Texas STaR Chart Classifications
      • Early Tech (6-8 points)
      • Developing Tech (9-14 points)
      • Advanced Tech (15-20 points)
      • Target Tech (21-24 points)
    • Why do we complete the Texas STaR chart?
      • Texas teachers complete the survey to learn..
      • What their current educational technology profile is
      • Their knowledge of online learning, technology resources, instructional support and planning
      • Their areas of strength and weakness
    • What valuable information do we gain from the Texas STaR Chart?
      • The information gained from the Texas STaR chart gives individual teachers information about their strengths and weaknesses
      • The Texas STaR chart also provides campus information (strengths and weaknesses)
    • How often is the Texas STaR chart completed?
      • The Texas STaR chart is completed annually.
    • Lovett’s 2010-2011 Results
      • Key Area 1: Teaching and Learning – Advanced Tech (Score of 18)
      • Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development – Advanced Tech (Score of 18)
      • Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support – Advanced Tech (Score of 19)
      • Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology – Target Tech (Score of 24)
    • Texas STaR Chart
    • Implications and Next Steps
      • Scored Advanced in 3 of the 4 categories
      • Scored Target Tech in 1 category
      • Create a technology committee
      • Brainstorm ways to move from Advanced to Target in the categories we were rated Advanced
    • Further Information
      • For further information go to http://starchart.esc12.net