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    • George Washington Carver Technology Action Plan
      Created by:
      Kimberly Daigle EDLD 5352
      3/18/11
    • G.W. Carver Technology Organizational Chart
    • Administrative Staff and Responsibilities
      Superentindent(TOBY YORK)Responsible for the performance of instructional personnel and for the educational and instructional program to be achieved in the district. Be responsible for continuous appraisal of curriculum and courses of study. Be responsible for the behavior and conduct of students and for discipline in the schools. Ensure that the rights of all students are respected and that all have equal access to educational opportunities appropriate to their needs. Chief Technology Officer (Frankie Jackson)Has the responsibility of using technology and technological processes to support the goals of the district improvement plan. The Chief Technology Officer, also called the CTO, has the final authority for all matters related to computers, web presence, and information technology within the district.Director of Educational Technology (Steve koesher)Serves under the direction of the Diana Cox. Responsible for providing leadership to the educational process by assisting in the management of District technology use and related services: planning, evaluating, developing, implementing, monitoring and maintaining District information technology and new curricular technology initiatives as assigned; recommending District and department technology decisions and overall direction; overseeing assigned department staff; providing information and serving as a resource to others. Director of Curriculum and Instruction (hollimalloy)Uses information provided through technology assessment instruments, the district appraisalprocess, and evaluative feedback from supervisors to improve technological proficiency.b. Strives to improve leadership skills through self-initiated professional developmentactivities.Disseminates technological ideas and information to staff district staff members; provides leadership inaddressing the challenges facing the technology department
    • Continued ~ Administrative Staff and Responsibilities
      Principal accountable for students' technology achievement in accordance with Texas Star Chart Standards. Serve as a technology instructional leader to promote a productive working and learning environment for students and teachers advancement.Computer Support Services Elementary Computer support specialists support users by providing technical support and troubleshooting for all aspects of computer hardware and software in the elementary schools. Highly trained to solve many different kinds of computer issues -- anything from small glitches to major system crashes. LanSupport Specialistaccountable for students' technology achievement in accordance with Texas Star Chart Standards. Serve as a technology instructional leader to promote a productive working and learning environment for students and teachers advancement.Computer Support Services Elementary Computer support specialists support users by providing technical support and troubleshooting for all aspects of computer hardware and software in the elementary schools. Highly trained to solve many different kinds of computer issues -- anything from small glitches to major system crashes.
    • Carver’s Campus Goal
      GWC’s Campus Goal:
      Utilize campus specialists/district personnel to work with teachers and students which will result in an increase in state mandated assessments to at least 90%.
    • Campus Objectives
      Campus Objective 1 – Campus will work to ensure that the district technology curriculum is aligned with the state mandated TEKS by creating a team which addresses such concerns (ILT)
      Campus Objective 2 – Staff Development training housed on the campus will ensure the proficient utilization of the various technological resources available to students and staff.
      Campus Objective 3 – Due to the budget constraints, there will be an attempt to ensure necessary personnel from the district is readily available. This will not be known until the new budget and staff arrangements have been made.
      Campus Objective 4 – Staff members will received coached training on how to use the programs available within the classroom.
    • GWC’s Technology Action Plan
    • Evaluationand Assessments
      Classroom Assignments
      Classroom Projects
      AEIS and AYP
      Benchmark and TAKS data
      STAR Chart
    • APPLICATION FROM EDLD 5352
      Technology proficiency in the 21st cooperative learning environment is a non-negotiable according to the various articles read throughout this course. According to the Texas LRP for Technology, each district should do the following to ensure an effective technology plan is implemented:
      • Establish and articulate a vision for incorporation of technology into learning, teaching, and administrative processes
      • Assemble a team representing all stakeholders
      • Review technology requirements from all levels
      • Assess the current technology health of the campus
      • Develop goals, objectives, and strategies to address needs
      • Incorporate goals into budgeting process
      • Monitor and evaluate technology implementation
      • Assess the use for all students, educators and administrators
      The Action Plan that I have created does address all of these elements.
    • REFERENCES FOR ACTION PLAN:
      LIVERS, H (2011). Interview with former principal: Spring Independent SCHool DistrictLamar Educational Administrative Program. (2011). Technology Discussion EDLD 5352George, A. (2011) . Interview with 5th grade ILT/SBDM Representative: G.W. Carver, GCCISDTLRP Progress Report (2008), pg. 123Martinez, N. (2011). Interview with campus technology liasion: G.w. Carver, GCCISD