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  • 1. STaR Chart Professional Development
    Cater Elementary
  • 2. Meeting Agenda
    • Introduction
    • 3. Cater STaR Chart Summary
    • 4. Conclusion/Questions
  • Introduction to the STaRWhat is it really?
    • STaR stands for School Technology and Readiness
    • 5. It is a tool for districts that is aligned with the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020.
    • 6. The STaR chart we will be looking at today provides us with a profile of Cater Elementary.
  • The Texas Campus STaR Chart Will Help Campuses and Districts Answer Critical Questions :
    • 1) What are your campus’ and district’s current educational technology profiles?
    • 7. 2) What evidence can be provided to demonstrate their progress is meeting the goals of the Long Range Plan for Technology?
    • 8. 3) What areas should your campus and district focus on to improve the level of technology integration to ensure thebest possible teaching and learning for all students?
    Retrieved from: http://starchart.esc12.net/docs/TxCSC.pdf
  • 9. The Texas Campus STaR Chart can be used:
    • To create and/or update the district’s technology plan.
    • 10. To help conceptualize your campus or district vision of technology.
    • 11. To set benchmarks and goals. Campuses and districts may use the chart to identify current education technology profiles, establish goals, and monitor progress.
    • 12. To measure student and teacher proficiencies with regard to the integration of technology into all content areas.
    Retrieved from: http://starchart.esc12.net/docs/TxCSC.pdf
  • 13.
    • By the campus and district to document progress toward meeting No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D requirements for technology literacy for students and teachers as well as technology integration across the curriculum. Our state's definition of technology literate is proficiency in the Technology Applications TEKS for students and the SBEC Technology Applications Standards for teachers.
    • 14. To apply for grants. The Texas Campus STaR Chart will help schools identify their educational technology needs as they apply for grants.
    • 15. To determine funding priorities. Education administrators and policymakers can use the Texas Campus STaR Chart to determine where to allocate funds.
    • 16. To track progress on use of No Child Left Behind Title II, Part D formula and discretionary funds.
    Retrieved from: http://starchart.esc12.net/docs/TxCSC.pdf
  • 17. More information about the STaR Chart can be found at: www.tea.state.tx.us/starchart
  • 18. Cater Elementary STaR Chart Data2006-2007
    Teaching and Learning
    Developing Tech
    Educator Preparation and Development
    Developing Tech
    Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
    Advanced Tech
    Infrastructure for Technology
    Advanced Tech
  • 19. Cater STaR Data 2006-2007
    Key:
    I – Teaching and Learning
    II – Educator Preparation and Development
    III – Leadership, Administration, Instructional Support
    IV – Infrastructure for Technology
  • 20. Cater Elementary STaR Chart Data2007-2008
    Teaching and Learning
    Advanced Tech
    Educator Preparation and Development
    Advanced Tech
    Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
    Advanced Tech
    Infrastructure for Technology
    Advanced Tech
  • 21. Cater STaR Data 2007-2008
    Key:
    I – Teaching and Learning
    II – Educator Preparation and Development
    III – Leadership, Administration, Instructional Support
    IV – Infrastructure for Technology
  • 22. Cater Elementary STaR Chart Data2008-2009
    Teaching and Learning
    Advanced Tech
    Educator Preparation and Development
    Advanced Tech
    Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
    Advanced Tech
    Infrastructure for Technology
    Advanced Tech
  • 23. Cater STaR Data 2008-2009
    Key:
    I – Teaching and Learning
    II – Educator Preparation and Development
    III – Leadership, Administration, Instructional Support
    IV – Infrastructure for Technology
  • 24. Cater Elementary Data 2006-2009
    Key:
    I – Teaching and Learning
    II – Educator Preparation and Development
    III – Leadership, Administration, Instructional Support
    IV – Infrastructure for Technology
  • 25. Conclusions/Discussions
    • Cater Elementary has moved all areas from Developing Tech in 2006-2007 to Advanced Tech by 2008-2009.
    • 26. Educator Preparation and Development was an overall low scoring area. What opportunities can we create to improve in this area?
    • 27. What can we do to keep improving our student technology use and incorporate more technology into the classroom?