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  • 1. Introduction to: The Texas STaR Chart By: Julie Salinas L20270426 Lamar University EDLD 352 – EA1263 January 2012
  • 2. Agenda
    • What is the STaR Chart?
    • The importance of the STaR Chart
    • How is the Information Documented?
    • Key Area STaR Classifications
    • Warren’s STaR Charts – Past 3 Years
    • We Can Improve!
  • 3. What is the STaR Chart?
    • STaR stands for “ S chool T echnology a nd R eadiness.”
    • STaR Assessments are a teacher tool used as for Planning and Self-Assessing aligned with the   Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020.
    • Click for more information about the STaR Chart
  • 4. The Importance of the STaR Chart
    • The STaR Chart allows teachers to provide a self-assessment of their classroom and campus technological integration in the following four areas:
  • 5. The Importance of the Star Chart
    • The STaR Chart allows teachers to provide a self-assessment of their classroom and campus technological integration in the following four areas:
        • Teaching and Learning
        • Educator Preparation & Development
        • Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
        • Infrastructure for Technology
  • 6. How is the Information Documented?
    • After teachers complete the STaR Chart Self-Assessment, districts and campuses summarize the data.
  • 7. How is the Information Documented?
    • After teachers complete the STaR Chart Self-Assessment, districts and campuses summarize the data.
  • 8. Key Area STaR Classifications
    • Every year, the campus levels of performance are provided on the campus STaR Chart.
    • This allows educators to determine areas that need improvement.
  • 9. Key Area STaR Classifications
    • The campus’ progress is assessed by using the following scale:
        • Early Tech
        • Developing Tech
        • Advanced Tech
        • Target Tech
  • 10. Key Area STaR Classifications
    • The campus’ progress is assessed by using the following scale:
        • Early Tech
        • Developing Tech
        • Advanced Tech
        • Target Tech
    This is where we strive to be
  • 11. Warren’s STaR Charts – Past 3 Years Key Area Rating Ranges: 6-8 – Early Tech 9-14 – Developing Tech 15-20 – Advanced Tech 21-24 – Target Tech
  • 12. What Can We Do To Improve?
    • To achieve Target Tech, we can:
        • Become familiar with the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology
        • Integrate technology into lessons
        • Provide students with opportunities to use technology to achieve higher education
        • Pursue technology professional development
  • 13. Together, We Make a Difference!
  • 14. Still Have Questions???
    • Northside ISD is prepared to answer ALL of your questions regarding STaR Charts and the advancement of technology.
    • Feel free to contact any of your campus administrators with questions or concerns.
    • Thank you!