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  • 1. Understanding
  • 2. What is STaR?
    • The STaR chart is a teacher self-assessment of the integration of technology in the curriculum.
  • 3. Why is STaR important?
    • We have to be in the game with advancing
    • technology in our classrooms!
    • As part of NCLB all teachers must be literate in the use of technology, as well as, integrating technology into the curriculum.
    • The StaR Chart is aligned to the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology and allows teachers to assess their own knowledge technology use for planning and instruction.
  • 4. What does the STaR chart do for our campus?
    • Helps determine what campus and/or individual professional development may be needed
    • Provides data to determine state progress towards technology goals
    • Provides data to determine needed resources and/or grants
    • Helps determine needed funding to fulfill the needs of teachers and students
    • Conceptualizes campus and district technology vision
  • 5. What is the rating system?
    • There are four levels:
      • Early tech
      • Developing tech
      • Advanced tech
      • Target Tech =
  • 6. What is the rating system?
    • There are four key areas with six subcategories for each area
      • Teaching and Learning
      • Educational Preparation and Development
      • Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
      • Infrastructure for Technology
  • 7. How are we scored?
    • Through a survey addressing all four areas (six subcategories per area) teachers will assess themselves as
    • 1=early tech
    • 2=developing tech
    • 3=advanced tech
    • 4=target tech
    • The total points will be added to determine the key area STaR classification.
  • 8. Where do we currently fall? (2009/2010 data) Key Area Average Rating across subcategories Key Area Total Classification Teaching and Learning 2.3 14 Developing Tech Educator Preparation and Development 1.8 11 Developing Tech Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support 2.1 13 Developing Tech Infrastructure for Techonolgy 2.8 17 Developing Tech
  • 9. What does this mean?
    • While our campus is moving toward Advanced and Target Tech, we need to…
      • Know and consistently use Technology TEKS
      • Have 26-50% of students mastering technology TEKS
      • move to more student-centered learning using technology
      • increase use of technology and web based lessons
      • incorporate Technology TEKS into subject areas
  • 10. How do I access the STaR Chart? Texas STaR Chart http://starchart.esc12.net/ http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5082&menu_id=2147483665 Texas Long-Range Technology Plan To access the Long-Range Plan click below
  • 11. In conclusion ….
    • Knowledge of individual technology use is important for reaching our goal
      • The Teacher STaR Chart provides this!
    • Knowledge of campus technology use is critical for evaluating our progress
      • Our Campus STaR data provides this!
    • We are in a technological age where we can use the advantages of technology to benefit our students learning
      • Every teacher should be fulfilling this!
  • 12. With continued support from our teachers, students and administration we can reach the Target goal!