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  • 1. TEXAS STaR CHART
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    • Definition of STaR
    • 3. Four Areas of STaR
    • 4. Scoring System of STaR
    • 5. The Uses of STaR
    • 6. Catalyst behind STaR
    • 7. HS Campus Results
    • 8. Conclusion
  • Definition of STAR:
    What is STaR?
    School Technology and Readiness
    Definition:
    Developed by Texas Education Agency Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC), STaR is an online resource tool used for assessing campus and district efforts to integrate technology across the curriculum in Texas K-12 schools.
    http://starchart.esc12.net/
    The STaR is aligned with the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology (2006-2020).
    http://www.tea.state.tx.us/technology/lrpt/lrpt_lrpt.html
  • 9. Four AREAS of STAR
    Teaching and Learning
    Educator Preparation and Development
    Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
    Infrastructure for Technology
  • 10. Scoring points system of star
    Early Technology (6-8 Range)
    Developing Technology (9-14 Range)
    Advanced Technology (15-20 Range)
    Target Technology (21-24 Range)
  • 11. The Uses of star
    Set benchmark/goals
    To apply for grants
    Create and update district technology plan
    Measure student/teacher proficiencies of technology integration in all content areas
    Document progress toward meeting NCLB Title II part D
    To help conceptualize campus/district vision of technology
  • 12. Catalyst behind star
    National Law of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) states all teachers must be literate in technology
    National Law of No Child Left Behind (NCLB) states all students must be literate in technology by the 8th grade.
  • 13. HS CAMPUS RESULTS
  • 14. conclusion
    The future of technology in the 21st Century is underway. With state and local collaboration, stakeholders can prepare for this new era in education with certainty. Teacher literacy in technology is vital as well as student proficiencies at young ages beginning in Pre-K. Local leaders must build a strong infrastructure to support proper technology growth, supply adequate funding for stability, develop and maintain a shared district vision and put in place proper assessments to monitor progress and identify areas of improvement annually.