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Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
Technology Board Presentation November 2010
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Technology Board Presentation November 2010

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  • 1. DUNLAP CUSD #323 DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY BuildingTechnologyCapable 21stCenturyLearners
  • 2. John Wethington – Support Specialist  DHS – Angie Stancil  DGS– Angie Connor  BES – Jennifer Welsh / Angie Connor  WW / RES – Tammy Browning & Jennifer Welsh  DMS – Chip Wooden  DVMS – Christy Hochmuth / Amy Berg  Closed over 2000 help requests in 2 years BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE TECHNOLOGY CONTACTS
  • 3.  Dashboard / Mission / Continuous Improvement  District – John Wethington  DHS – Angie Stancil  DGS / Banner – Angie Connor  DMS – Chip Wooden  Had 200 submissions to the Technology Strategic Planning Survey BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE BUILDING LEADERSHIP TEAMS
  • 4.  Motorola Wireless Antennas  Installed at Banner / Ridgeview / Wilder-Waite / District Office  Centralized array of antennas at Dunlap Middle School  Consistent 160 megabit traffic  Dunlap Grade Fiber functioning at 1 gigabit BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE SUMMER NETWORK UPGRADE
  • 5.  New Fiber Internet Connection with Mediacom  50 Megabits upload / download Former Cable Connection New Internet Connection BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE SUMMER NETWORK UPGRADE
  • 6.  Over 1000 computers district-wide  Over 200 desktops purchased Summer 2010  150 laptops purchased Summer 2010  90 Netbooks on mobile carts for DMS BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE COMPUTERS AND OTHER HARDWARE 311 222 185 136 136 120 123 14 1247 DHS DMS DVMS RES DGS BES WW UO District District Computer Distribution
  • 7.  95 – Smart boards district-wide  4 - Smart Response Systems were purchased in Summer 2010 BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE SMART BOARDS / SMART RESPONSE DHS DMS DVMS RES DGS BES WW District Rooms 62 30 22 22 15 23 16 190 Smart Boards 24 15 15 10 9 13 9 95 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 Smart Boards / Rooms 1:46 1:30 1:28 1:47 1:36 1:30 1:42 1:37 DHS DMS DVMS RES DGS BES WW District Smart Board / Student Ratio
  • 8.  Schools are utilizing their smart boards as fast as we can get them installed! BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY USAGE
  • 9.  Many schools are using wiki’s, blogs, Pick-A-Time, and other forms of communication in their schools / classrooms BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE WEB 2.0 / SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY USAGE
  • 10.  DMS Computer Class created Flash Based Videos BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE WEB 2.0 / SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY USAGE
  • 11.  Many schools within the district are utilizing such tools as Flickr, Schedule Star, Write to Learn, AimsWeb, Lexia, etc. to bring technology directly to students.  DHS / DVMS are using GoogleDocs to help students working on projects at home/school  DMS have been using 90 small netbooks on laptop carts this Fall. Increasing the amount of computer time throughout the school.  Many more tools will be installed and in use over the next year! BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY USAGE
  • 12.  Powerschool was implemented over the summer  Web based grade book for teachers to use anywhere  Apple IPhone / IPad / and Droid compatible for mobile use  Parent Portal for 24/7 access to grades / attendance  Over 39,000 logins since 8/18/2010 or an average of 204 logins per day! BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE POWERSCHOOL 88% 71.50% 81.90% 80.47% DHS DMS DVMS MS/HS Avg Guardian Account/Student Averages 22.30% 25.20% 26.70% 24.73% DHS DMS DVMS MS/HS Avg Automated Email Notifications
  • 13.  Sub Finder  Centralized Substitute database  Web-based / Phone driven for easy access from anywhere  E-Pay / Comalex Integration into Powerschool  Pay online for registration fees and activity fees  Display lunch balances from Comalex in Powerschool (and Parent Portal)  Curriculum Mapping  Utilizing Atlas Mapping throughout the district  Data Warehousing  Track data from all areas of the school district  Data driven decisions  Initial school / district personnel interviews beginning in November  Centralized Phone System  Voice Over IP  Scalable to add phones anywhere without complex wiring or third party vendors  District-Wide Internal Wireless  DMS / RES / DHS New Addition are already completed BUILDING FOR THE FUTURE FUTURE PROJECTS

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