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  • 1. EDLD 5352 Week 4 Assignment: Technology Action Report Created by Elizabeth R. Morris (EA1095) Levi Fry Intermediate, Texas City ISD
  • 2. Week 4 Assignment, Part 1: Development of an organization chart integrating technology
  • 3. Title or Job Description Personnel/ Stakeholder Responsible for Integrating Technology & Instructional & Organization Leadership Description of the Role & Responsibilities Role of Principal to Ensure Implementation District Head of Technology District Technology Instructional Specialist District SBDM Committee Steve Shields Sharon Williams District SBDM Committee
    • District Improvement Plan Annual Update in accordance with the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020:
    • Analysis of the current District Improvement Plan for Technology
    • Analysis of district progress
    • Analysis of Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020
    • Review Technology TEKS
    • Update District Implementation Plan to include Professional Development sessions for continued technology development in accordance with the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020 and the Technology TEKS
    • District Implementation Plan is presented to and approved by District SBDM Committee
    • Provide staff with a district and campus professional Development Schedule for staff to learn to effectively implement technology into content areas and classrooms.
    The principal will be responsible for meeting the Campus elected District SBDM Committee Members to discuss District CIP for Technology.
  • 4. District Head of Technology Technology Specialists Steve Shields Bobby Mills Melissa Broussard Tray White Ellen Smith
    • Technology Systems Analysis:
    • Ensure that each campus has appropriate technology available in accordance with the District CIP and that the technology is functioning properly.
    • Install, maintain, and repair technology according to District CIP.
    • Complete Technology Systems Analysis Report to reflect campus status.
    • Communicate with Head of Technology and Technology Specialists to ensure campus technology is functioning properly.
    • Obtain copy of report.
    District Head of Technology Technology Instructional Specialist Campus Principal Steve Shields Sharon Williams Holly Laroe Technology Survey for staff and students regarding technology and use of technology on campus. Include a section for staff and students to make suggestions of technology they would like to include in instruction and curriculum on campus.
    • Administer survey at an Extended Wednesday Meeting.
    • Evaluate Campus Technology Survey.
    • Provide a copy of results to District Head of Technology and Technology Instructional Specialist.
    • Use results to make campus decisions regarding instruction, professional development, student use, and additional technologies to improve campus use and integration of technology.
    5 th & 6 th Grade Assistant Principals Bobby Martinez (5 th ) Tony Furman (6 th ) Develop and present an information session to campus staff and all stakeholders serving on the campus SBDM Committee for AEIS and AYP Information Systems to clarify the importance of each system and the manner in which the campus will use these information systems to make necessary changes to the campus CIP to improve student learning using technology integration.
    • Serve as a resource and guide to Mr. Martinez and Mr. Furman.
    • Schedule at least two meetings to meet with Mr. Martinez and Mr. Furman to review the session prior to its implementation.
    • Schedule the information session.
    • Provide copies of AEIS and AYP Information systems for staff and stakeholders.
  • 5. District Technology Instr. Specialist Campus Principal Campus Technology Instructor Sharon Williams Holly Laroe Sonia Davis Develop and present an informational sessions for the STaR Chart to campus staff and stakeholders serving on the campus SBDM Committee to understand how the STaR Chart identifies campus equipment, curriculum, instructional, and professional development needs for technology.
    • Collaborate with our District Technology Instructional Specialist, and Campus Technology Instructor to develop and present an informational sessions for the STaR Chart.
    • Schedule the information session.
    • Provide copies of campus STaR Chart to staff and stakeholders.
    Campus Technology Committee Lead by Sharon Williams and Sonia Davis Committee of stakeholders, including staff (at least one member from each content area), students, parents, and community members
    • Develop a Technology Plan of Action to improve campus technology use, safety, ethics, and integration:
    • Identify areas of need on campus for Technology improvement by analyzing the campus Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020, Technology TEKS, Technology Survey, Campus Improvement Plan, AEIS data, AYP data, STaR Chart, District Improvement Plan, internet safely, cyber ethics, and methods to integrate technology into curriculum.
    • Research new technologies to use, such as wikis, content-specific and/or teacher websites with RSS feeds, blogs, and discussion forums, podcasts, webcams, more online games, educational gaming systems, and individual students USB jump drives or student’s personal drives.
    • Develop a Technology Plan of Action to improve campus technology, use, safety, ethics, and integration.
    • Present Technology Plan of Action to SBDM Committee.
    Provide time, place, and materials Campus Technology Committee will need to meet.
  • 6. Campus Principal Campus SBDM Committee Holly Laroe Campus SBDM Committee Members (made up of staff, parents, and community members)
    • Analyze Technology Plan of Action to ensure that the campus follows the District CIP, the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020, and the Technology TEKS for Grades 5 and 6.
    • Identify professional development training opportunities to train and assist staff with technology implementation and integration in accordance with the Technology Plan of Action.
    • Update Campus Improvement Plan to reflect the Campus Technology Plan of Action.
    • Vote to approve CIP.
    • Present CIP to staff and stakeholders.
    • Schedule time for SBDM Committee to meet.
    • Provide time, place, and materials SBDM Committee will need to meet.
    • Serve as facilitator for SBMD Committee Meeting.
    • Present updated CIP to campus staff and stakeholders.
    • Answer campus staff and stakeholders questions regarding CIP.
    Campus Departments and Teachers Campus Departments and Teachers
    • Department Head is responsible for organizing and facilitatiing department meetings.
    • Departments work together to integrate technology into curriculum and instructional planning.
    • Attend Department meetings to ensure departments are integrating technology into their curriculum and instructional planning.
    • Use PDAS, 24/7 Walkthroughs, and Lesson Plans to evaluate integration of technology.
  • 7. Week 4 Assignment, Part 2: Professional Development Planning
  • 8. Title or Job Description Personnel/ Stakeholder Responsible for Professional Development Planning and Presentation Professional Development Planning District Head of Technology District Technology Instructional Specialist District SBDM Committee Steve Shields Sharon Williams District SBDM Committee
    • Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020:
    • Present to District SBDM Committee Members and each campus.
    • What is the Texas Long-Range Plan?
    • How do we use the Texas Long-Range Plan to make decisions for our district?
    • Review the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020
    • Technology TEKS:
    • Present to District SBDM Committee Members and each campus.
    • Review Technology TEKS by grade level
    • Present vertical alignment of Technology TEKS, so that attendees will understand the technology developmental process from Pre-K through 12 th Grade.
  • 9. 5 th Grade Assistant Principal 6 th Grade Assistant Principal Bobby Martinez Tony Furman
    • AEIS and AYP Information Systems:
    • Present to all campus professional staff and non-staff stakeholders on the campus SBDM Committee Member.
    • Improve gathering, analysis, and use of data from a variety of sources.
    • Purpose of AEIS and AYP Information Systems
    • Differentiate between AEIS and AYP Information Systems by state and federal system, performance indicators and standards, disaggregated group measured for each system, accountability ratings and monies tied to ratings, and how information and ratings for each system affect our students, staff, campus, and district.
    • How can staff can use the information in each of the information systems to make instructional, curriculum, and campus decisions to improve campus performance?
    • How can technology help improve areas of weakness?
    • How do we use these decisions to improve our CIP?
    • Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions that will be included in the CIP during the instructional year.
    District Technology Instructional Specialist Campus Principal Campus Technology Instructor Sharon Williams Holly Laroe Sonia Davis
    • STaR Chart:
    • Present to all campus professional staff and non-staff stakeholders on the campus SBDM Committee Member.
    • Improve gathering, analysis, and use of data from a variety of sources.
    • What is the STaR Chart?
    • Purpose of the STaR Chart?
    • How do I complete my STaR Chart?
    • How can we use the data to make better curriculum and instructional decisions that integrate technology?
    • How do we use the STaR Chart information to update our annual CIP?
    • What plans does the district have regarding technology in the district?
    • How will this affect our campus and future use of technology?
  • 10. District Technology Instructional Specialist Campus Technology Instructor Sharon Williams Sonia Davis
    • Eduphoria’s AWARE Program:
    • Present to campus teachers.
    • Purpose of Eduphoria’s AWARE program: Monitor and disaggregate individual student and teacher TAKS, TELPAS, 6 Weeks Checkpoint, and district Benchmark data to better gauge individual student, identified student groups, and teacher strengths and weaknesses.
    • Improve gathering, analysis, and use of data from a variety of sources.
    • Using Eduphoria’s AWARE program
    • What types of data will I find in AWARE?
    • How will the district, campus, departments, and individual teachers use the program to monitor student data?
    • How will the district, campus, departments, and individual teachers use student data to make instructional, curriculum, and professional development decisions?
    • eSchool Plus:
    • Present to campus teachers.
    • Purpose of using eSchool Plus: Gradebook, Student Information, and Attendance System
    • Improve gathering, analysis, and use of data from a variety of sources.
    • Using eSchool Plus for grade book and attendance system and student performance analysis.
    • How will the district, campus, departments, and individual teachers use the program to monitor student data?
    • How will the district, campus, departments, and individual teachers use student data to make instructional, curriculum, and professional development decisions?
  • 11. Continued
    • Microsoft Outlook:
    • Present to campus staff.
    • Purpose of using Microsoft Outlook: District e-mail system
    • Using eSchool Plus for grade book and attendance system and student performance analysis.
    • How will the district, campus, departments, and individual teachers use the program to monitor student data?
    • How will the district, campus, departments, and individual teachers use student data to make instructional, curriculum, and professional development decisions?
    Head of Technology District Technology Instructional Specialist District Technology Specialists District Curriculum Specialist Steve Shields Sharon Williams Bobby Mills Melissa Broussard Tray White Ellen Smith Monica Bear Pam Appfel Anne Anderson Kim Pevoto Ana Jaramillo
    • Provide professional development training opportunities to train and assist staff with implementation and use of campus technology to include in instruction and curriculum, including:
    • Cyber Ethics
    • Online Safety
    • Cyberbullying
    • Basic Hardware and technology manipulation
    • Software and Internet use and mastery
    • Differentiated Instruction – Including how to build technology lessons for all learners.
    • Technology Integration, including use of computer lab, classroom and pod computers, teacher computer, docu-view camera (ELMO), and digital projector.
    • Use of new technologies, such as wikis, content-specific and/or teacher websites with RSS feeds, blogs, and discussion forums, podcasts, webcams, more online games, educational gaming systems, and individual students USB jump drives or student’s personal drives.
    District Reading Instructional Specialist Pam Appfel
    • Present Read 180, RAFTS, and Accelerated Reader professional development session to all campus Reading/Language Arts teachers and Reading/Language Arts campus support staff.
    • Improve gathering, analysis, and use of data from a variety of sources (programs include data that will be analyzed to monitor and improve student reading and writing levels).
  • 12. Campus Department Heads District Curriculum Specialists 5 th Grade: Pat Hayden, Cathy Brock, and Susan Honicker 6 th Grade: Liz Morris, Tim Wilson, and Lisa Bunker Electives/Fine Arts: Matt Raines Monica Bear, Pam Appfel, Anne Anderson, Kim Pevoto, and Ana Jaramillo
    • Discovery Education’s United Streaming:
    • Purpose of United Streaming: Digital live-stream videos to enhance learning.
    • Integrating United Streaming into content lessons.
    • Using videos in PowerPoint's to enhance a lesson.
    • Mathematics Online Textbooks:
    • Using the online textbook.
    • Features of the online textbook.
    • Methods to integrate technology into lessons.
    • Methods for students to use online textbook.
    • Microsoft Office Programs:
    • Using Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to enhance lessons and teacher organization.
    • Compass Odyssey:
    • Using Compass Odyssey for At-Risk students.
    • Features of Compass Odyssey.
    • Methods to integrate Compass Odyssey into lessons.
    Campus Leaders Principals, Department Heads, and Instructional Specialists Reserve the right to implement professional development opportunities throughout the school year to improve staff skills, integration in the classroom, and student learning in accordance with the District and Campus Improvement Plans and the Technology TEKS.
  • 13. Week 4 Assignment, Part 3: Evaluation Planning for Action Plan
  • 14. Title or Job Description Personnel/Stakeholder Responsible for Professional Development Planning and Presentation Evaluation Planning for Action Plan District Head of Technology District Technology Instructional Specialist District SBDM Committee Steve Shields Sharon Williams District SBDM Committee
    • Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020:
    • Data Analysis : Analyze District and Campus STaR Charts to assess progression towards completion of the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020
    • Monitoring Reports : Administer a mid-year and end-of-year survey to monitor Technology use and implementation towards completion of the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020.
    • Professional Development Evaluation : District and Campus SBDM Committees are able to use the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2010 to make decisions towards improving technology in the District and Campus Improvement Plans.
    • Technology TEKS:
    • Data Analysis : Analyze District and Campus STaR Charts to assess progression towards implementation and Mastery of Technology TEKS.
    • Monitoring Reports : Teacher PDAS, 24/7 Walkthrough Reports, and Lesson Plans
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) District and Campus SBDM Committees are able to use the Technology TEKS to make decisions towards improving technology in the District and Campus Improvement Plans; and (2) Teachers are able to effectively integrate the Technology TEKS into daily lessons.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of the Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2010 and the Technology TEKS analysis and use of analysis to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.
  • 15. 5 th Grade Assistant Principal 6 th Grade Assistant Principal Bobby Martinez Tony Furman
    • AEIS and AYP Information Systems:
    • Data Analysis : Analyze Campus AEIS and AYP to make instruction and technology integration decisions.
    • Monitoring Reports : (1) Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions in accordance with CIP during the instructional year; (2) Content area data analysis reports will be turned in to Department Heads and shared with Campus Principals and District Instructional Specialists.
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) Hands on quiz using campus AEIS and AYP data to show mastery of information; and (2) CIP and Curriculum Planning will include campus need, goal, objective, programs/strategies/activities, resources, facilitators, timeline, evaluation, and status based on AEIS and AYP analysis.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of AEIS and AYP analysis and use of analysis to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.
    District Technology Instructional Specialist Campus Principal Campus Technology Instructor Sharon Williams Holly Laroe Sonia Davis
    • STaR Chart:
    • Data Analysis : STaR Chart and Campus Survey Analysis
    • Monitoring Reports : Campus Surveys similar to the STaR Chart format will be administered to staff at the end of every other 6 Weeks to monitor technology improvement.
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) Hands on quiz using the campus STaR Chart to show mastery of information; (2) Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions in accordance with CIP during the instructional year; and (3) CIP reflects campus need, goal, objective, programs/strategies/activities, resources, facilitators, timeline, evaluation, and status for Technology Professional Development.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of STaR Chart analysis and use of analysis to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.
  • 16. District Technology Instructional Specialist Campus Technology Instructor Sharon Williams Sonia Davis
    • Eduphoria’s AWARE Program, eSChool Plus, and Microsoft Outlook:
    • Data Analysis : Teacher Analysis Reports for AWARE and eSchool; Teacher Survey results for Outlook
    • Monitoring Reports : (1) Teacher Analysis Reports for AWARE and eSchool Plus to monitor student progress; and (2) Staff Survey in January and May to monitor mastery of Outlook
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) Hands on quiz using the programs to show mastery of information; (2) Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions in accordance with CIP during the instructional year; and (3) CIP reflects campus need, goal, objective, programs/strategies/activities, resources, facilitators, timeline, evaluation, and status for Technology Professional Development.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of knowledge and use to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.
    Head of Technology District Technology Instructional Specialist District Technology Specialists District Curriculum Specialist Steve Shields Sharon Williams Bobby Mills Melissa Broussard Tray White Ellen Smith Monica Bear Pam Appfel Anne Anderson Kim Pevoto Ana Jaramillo
    • Provide professional development training opportunities to train and assist staff with implementation and use of campus technology to include in instruction and curriculum.
    • Data Analysis : Analysis of Staff and student surveys, use, and integration into daily lessons and classroom use
    • Monitoring Reports : Staff and student surveys, PDAS, 24/7Walkthoughs, and Lesson Plans
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) Hands on quiz using the programs to show mastery of information; (2) Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions in accordance with CIP during the instructional year; and (3) CIP reflects campus need, goal, objective, programs/strategies/activities, resources, facilitators, timeline, evaluation, and status for Technology Professional Development.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of knowledge and use to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.
  • 17. District Reading Instructional Specialist Pam Appfel
    • Read 180, RAFTS, and Accelerated Reader :
    • Data Analysis : Analysis of Program Monitoring Reports
    • Monitoring Reports : Program Monitoring Reports
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) Hands on quiz using the programs to show mastery of information; (2) Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions in accordance with CIP during the instructional year; and (3) CIP reflects campus need, goal, objective, programs/strategies/activities, resources, facilitators, timeline, evaluation, and status for Technology Professional Development.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of knowledge and use to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.
    Campus Department Heads District Curriculum Specialists 5 th Grade: Pat Hayden, Cathy Brock, and Susan Honicker 6 th Grade: Liz Morris, Tim Wilson, and Lisa Bunker Electives/Fine Arts: Matt Raines Monica Bear, Pam Appfel, Anne Anderson, Kim Pevoto, and Ana Jaramillo
    • Discovery Education’s United Streaming, Mathematics Online Textbooks, Microsoft Office Programs, and Compass Odyssey:
    • Data Analysis : Analyze Teacher Usage Reports, PDAS, 24/7Walkthroughs, and Lesson Plans
    • Monitoring Reports : Teacher Usage Reports; PDAS; 24/7 Walkthroughs; and Lesson Plans
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) Hands on quiz using the programs to show mastery of information; (2) Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions in accordance with CIP during the instructional year; and (3) CIP reflects campus need, goal, objective, programs/strategies/activities, resources, facilitators, timeline, evaluation, and status for Technology Professional Development.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of knowledge and use to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.
  • 18. Campus Leaders Principals, Department Heads, and Instructional Specialists
    • Reserve the right to implement professional development opportunities throughout the school year to improve staff skills, integration in the classroom, and student learning in accordance with the District and Campus Improvement Plans and the Technology TEKS.
    • Data Analysis : Analyze Staff surveys and reports, PDAS, 24/7Walkthroughs, and Lesson Plans
    • Monitoring Reports : Staff surveys and reports, PDAS, 24/7Walkthroughs, and Lesson Plans
    • Professional Development Evaluation : (1) Hands on quiz using the programs to show mastery of information; (2) Follow up and review session(s) for individual departments to ensure staff are using the information systems to make instructional and curriculum decisions in accordance with CIP during the instructional year; and (3) CIP reflects campus need, goal, objective, programs/strategies/activities, resources, facilitators, timeline, evaluation, and status for Technology Professional Development.
    • Once a person demonstrates mastery of knowledge and use to improve student learning, he/she will only have to attend an annual review session. Only new teachers to the campus will be required to attend the full session.