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  • Katherine Kingston
    EDLD 5362.8021
    May 15, 2011
    Galena Park ISDTechnology Plan and the National Technology Goals
  • This presentation will see just how well Galena Park ISD’s technology plan compares with the National Plan.
    © 2011 Katherine Kingston. All rights reserved. This material may not be reproduced, displayed, modified or distributed without the express prior written permission of the copyright holder. For permission, contact kskingston@sbcglobal.net.
    Purpose
  • 1.0 Learning: Engage and Empower
    All learners will have engaging and empowering learning experiences both in and out of school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globally networked society (U.S. Department of Education, 2010).
    National Technology Goals:
  • GOAL 1: Teaching and Learning:
    OBJECTIVE 1.1: GPISD will enrich the quality of instruction and close the digital divide by ensuring that every student is technologically literate (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Integrated technology products, multimedia festival and contest, summer technology camp, and student projects. (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 1.2: GPISD will ensure that every student understands the foundations of technology (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Performance assessment, classroom observation, student projects, student adheres to acceptable use policy, and participates in Internet safety month (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 1.3: GPISD will ensure that every student can use and evaluate technology needed for information acquisition (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Classroom observation, performance assessments, completion of required student projects, and student participation in multimedia festival (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 1.4: GPISD will ensure that every student can use and evaluate technology needed for problem solving (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Classroom observation, performance assessments, completion of required student projects, and student participation in multimedia festival (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 1.5: GPISD will ensure that every student can use and evaluate technology needed for communication (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Classroom observation, performance assessments, completion of required student projects, and student participation in multimedia festival (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 1.6: GPISD will provide diagnostic tools for the purpose of evaluating and monitoring mastery of instructional objectives and differentiating instruction for each student (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Data is used to drive staff development, revise curriculum, create tutorial groups, and individualize instruction. Students completing assignments and tracking progress using various programs (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 1.7: GPISD will provide programs that promote parental involvement, increase communication with parents and community members, and parental access to educational resources (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Parents are provided with Skyward Parent Access website, access codes, and assistance, technology training and computer access. Teachers with First Class Web page software, and computer logs (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • 2.0 Assessment: Measure What Matters
    Our education system at all levels will leverage the power of technology to measure what matters and use assessment data for continuous improvement (U.S. Department of Education, 2010).
    National Technology Goals:
  • Although I could not find anythingspecific pertaining to this national goal, GPISD is currently utilizing various assessment programs with technology.
    Moodle
    Odyssey
    E2020
    STAR Reading
    Accelerated Reading
    Skyward
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • 3.0 Teaching: Prepare and Connect
    Professional educators will be supported individually and in teams by technology that connects them to data, content, resources, expertise, and learning experiences that enable and inspire more effective teaching for all learners (U.S. Department of Education, 2010).
    National Technology Goals:
  • GOAL 2: Educator Preparation and Development:
    OBJECTIVE 2.1: All teachers will demonstrate technological competencies in instructional delivery, student assessment, and professional communications (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Performance based assessment, technology proficiencies, training and access to support, (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 2.2: GPISD will increase district wide staff development programs to insure consistent and effective use of hardware and software to enhance student success (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Eduphoria Workshop is used for recording and registration of staff development. Technology proficiencies, online staff development, and exam opportunities (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 2.3: GPISD will ensure that every teacher understands the foundations of technology (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Passing standard on teacher proficiency assessments, and required projects (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 2.4: GPISD will ensure that every teacher can use and evaluate technology needed for information acquisition (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Passing standard on teacher proficiency assessments, required projects, and follow up resources (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 2.5: GPISD will ensure that every teacher can use and evaluate technology needed for problem solving (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Passing standard on teacher proficiency assessments, required projects, and follow up resources (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 2.6: GPISD will ensure that every teacher can use and evaluate technology needed for communication (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Passing standard on teacher proficiency assessments, required projects, and follow up resources (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 2.7: GPISD will ensure that every teacher can use and evaluate technology needed for integration (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Passing standard on teacher proficiency assessments, required projects, and follow up resources (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • 4.0 Infrastructure: Access and Enable
    All students and educators will have access to a comprehensive infrastructure for learning when and where they need it. (U.S. Department of Education, 2010)
    National Technology Goals:
  • GOAL 4: Infrastructure:
    OBJECTIVE 4.1: All administrators, teachers and staff will have increased access to technological tools and will use a variety of these tools to address the individual needs of students (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Working computers, timely repairs, maintained records, network is functioning, telephones and IT lines operational (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 4.2: GPISD will enhance the quality of instruction through district wide implementation of state-of-the-art telecommunications and information technology hardware and its integration as an essential part of the district environment (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Server consolidation, shutdown/start up log, backup systems, new systems implemented, system operational, web page functioning (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 4.3: GPISD will enrich the quality of instruction by acquiring and maintaining appropriate software that can be integrated into the classroom environment (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Plans in place and approved, software in place and working, staff development and support are provided (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • 5.0 Productivity: Redesign and Transform
    Our education system at all levels will redesign processes and structures to take advantage of the power of technology to improve learning outcomes while making more efficient use of time, money, and staff. (U.S. Department of Education, 2010)
    National Technology Goals:
  • GOAL 3: Leadership, Administration and Support
    OBJECTIVE 3.1: GPISD will continue to monitor and update the technology plan in a way that new technology developments are carefully evaluated and prioritized so that appropriate and cost-effective hardware and software are included (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Updated and revised technology plan, STAR Chart, district surveys, and TIS binders (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • OBJECTIVE 3.2: All Technology Staff will demonstrate increased knowledge and improved technological competencies as a result of additional staff development (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    Examples of Evidence: Certificate of completion, Ability to perform critical tasks, completion of staff development, and records of employee proficiencies (Galena Park ISD, 2010).
    GPISD Technology Goals:
  • Galena Park ISD. (2010). Galena Park ISD Technology Plan 2010-2013. Houston.
    U.S. Department of Education. (2010, Nov). National Education Technology Plan 2010. Retrieved May 14, 2011, from Ed.Gov: http://www.ed.gov/technology/netp-2010
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