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    E rate & mcisd technology plan E rate & mcisd technology plan Presentation Transcript

    • E-Rate & the District’s Technology Plan
      Mission CISD
    • E-Rate & District Technology Plan
      What is E-Rate?
      District Profile
      District Goals
      District Assessment
      How does the district leverage E-Rate funding?
      Evaluation
      Next Steps
    • What is E-Rate
      Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund
      Administered by Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC)
      Directed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
      Provides discounts to obtain telecommunications and Internet access
      Web Resource
      http://www.universalservice.org/sl/
    • E-Rate Funding
      Provides new sites with:
      Infrastructure
      Telecommunications
      Internet access
      Internal Connections for new sites
      Provides existing sites with:
      Remodel
      Infrastructure upgrade
    • District Profile – Campuses Mission CISD Technology Plan
      22 schools with internet access
      15,597 students
      Classrooms average 8 computers
      Computer labs
      Limited digital whiteboards tablets and large plasma screen
      Online lesson plans
      Email
    • District Profile – Staff Mission CISD Technology Plan
      30 teachers certification for Technology Applications K-12
      5 Master Teachers
      4 Masters in Science in Computer Education & Cognitive Systems
      350+ teachers completed Intel Teach to the Future Staff Development
      75-150 hours of technology staff development
    • District Goals
      Teaching and Learning (TL)
      Educator Preparation and Development (EP
      Administration and Support Services (AS)
      Infrastructure for Technology (IT).
      Established by the State Long-Range Plan for Technology
      Texas STaRChart
    • District Assessment
      Training to increase their comfort-level with technology
      Integration of technology in the classrooms
      Students skill improvement
      Expansion of Technology Applications courses
      Acquisition of equipment and software
      Additional support personnel
      Increase community access to technology resources
    • E-Rate & District Goals (example)
    • District Evaluation
      District Technology Advisory Committee establishes evaluation criteria
      Evaluation includes (but not limited to):
      Documentation of technology proficiencies for students as reported by Learning.com
      Documentation of technology proficiencies for teachers as reported by How To Master
      Innovative incentive programs to recognize and encourage classroom integration and teacher skill development
    • Next Steps
      STaR Analysis indicates the district remains above the state and region in many categories
      Potential for growth remains
      Educator Preparation and Teaching and Learning greatest need
      Leverage E-Rate funding for infrastructure, access, professional development and equity
    • Discussion, Questions & Idea Sharing
      Kimberly McKay
      kjmcky@gmail.com