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Brenda's Action Plan for Technology Integration

Brenda's Action Plan for Technology Integration

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  • 1. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkBrenda Hill EDLD 5352 March 20, 2011 Technology Integration Personnel Roles and Responsibilities SCHOOL BOARD • The School Board works with Superintendent, Asst. Superintendent of Curriculum, and Director of Instructional Technology to ensure financial support and technology goals are aligned with national, state, and district standards and goals. Provides support for technology infrastructure, applications, and programs that is needed. SUPERINTENDENT • The Superintendent is responsible for overseeing daily operations of the school district and works towards achieving implementation of policy and goals for the district including budgeting for new and existing technology applications and programs ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT OF CURRICULUM • Responsible for aligning professional development with national, state, district and campus technology goals. • Collaborates with Director of Technology to support infrastructure.Page 1 – Revised October 2009
  • 2. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link DIRECTOR OF TECHNOLOGY • Evaluates and recommends technology needs of the district. • Coordinates the purchase, installation, and access of technology to meet all national, state, district, and campus goals. PRINCIPAL AND ASST. PRINCIPAL • Instructional leaders for the campus. • Makes sure that technology goals are being met by all stakeholders on campus. • Helps develop the CIP that includes technology goals. • Budgets campus money to support the goals of the CIP based on technology needs of the campus. CAMPUS LEADERSHIP TEAM • Develops Campus Improvement Plan that includes the technology goals that are aligned with state and district goals. • Budgets campus money to support the goals of the CIP based on technology needs of the campus. CAMPUS TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST • Provides hardware and applications support for assigned campus. • Provides technical support for teachers. • Installs programs and applications for campus.Page 2 – Revised October 2009
  • 3. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link MASTER TEACHER FOR TECHNOLOGY • Provides campus staff development for technology. • Supports teachers and staff with integrating technology and instruction. MEDIA SPECIALIST • Supports teachers with implementing and integrating media retrieval, research tools, and web based services provided by the district including: distance learning and video streaming. • Implements lessons that support technology applications. CLASSROOM TEACHERS/STAFF • Implements technology in the classroom according to campus and district technology goals and CIP. • Implements technology TEKS for grade level including monitoring the safe use of technology by students. • Participates in technology staff development to support integrating technology. • Completes STaR Chart. STUDENTS AND PARENTS • Complies with district policy and guidelines for using technology.Page 3 – Revised October 2009
  • 4. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkThe roles and responsibilities of technology integration are linear, but may also becircular in implementation. For example, there are times when curriculumspecialist will work directly with the campus technology master teacher or themedia specialist may provide direct instruction to the parents and students. Thechart may flow in a different order if needed. The role of the principal and assistantprincipal is to lead by example as well as monitoring the implementation of theorganizational chart. The principal must be a good manager of allocating resourcesthrough budgeting for technology infrastructure needs and staff development basedon the Campus Improvement Plan. The campus administrators should model theuse of technology for all stakeholders. The administrators of each campus shouldmonitor the results of the STaR chart data and teacher evaluation tools assure thatnational, state, district, and campus goals are being met and to assure that theirstudents our 21st Century learners.Page 4 – Revised October 2009
  • 5. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Brenda Hill EDLD 5352 EA 1191 March 20, 2011 Below is a chart of the professional development that would help provide the needed technology support based on the results of our school’s STaR Chart, our district’s technology goals, our Campus Improvement Plan, and Texas Long Range Plan for technology. Based on the data our infrastructure is supported, but the area of concern was in Teaching and Learning, and Education and Preparation. I felt it was most important for our staff to understand the areas of need for our campus as well as their own personal needs. That is why it is important to start with understanding the STaR Chart results. In the past, our campus has just completed the chart and the results have never been shared. I am not even sure that our administration even looks at the results since these results have never been analyzed for our CIP or any other purpose. Allowing teachers to work with this data in a PLC setting will allow them to have their needs be more personally met. Together as a team they can create lessons to integrate technology and then will have a buddy to team up with to support their learning as well as that of their students. Assessing the success of each activity will allow for better planning of needs in the future, with the STaR Chart for 2012 to be a good measure of the success of the implementation of these activities. Although our district has supplied the support and external needs, the needs of the teachers are not being met at this time. Integrating technology is an area that needs support. Only one staff development day is planned each year to support technology for teachers. This day is optional and not mandated by the district. It appears that the teachers that our already integrating technology are ones that participate. Therefore there is no new growth in this area. This plan will allow for professional growth and support for all teachers during the year. There would be weekly support through technology tips, monthly support during web conferences or faculty meetings, and daily support if needed through Technology Teaming. It will be important through all of this that the administration models the use of technology and support teachers as they begin to try new things. They must allow for teachers the chance to grow without the fear of being judge should lesson not always be successful. As I discovered through this class, teachers must meet the needs of the digital natives in their classrooms and teachers must be given the support and resources to allow this goal to be achieved.Page 5 – Revised October 2009
  • 6. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Activity Purpose Resources Person(s) Timeline Assessment ResponsibleSTaR Chart To determine STaR Chart Campus August Create a an area of needsEvaluation the Texas Administrators 2011 chart to use for future staff technology Education development needs of Agency campus based on the STaR Chart ResultsSTaR Chart To train STaR Chart Campus August 2011 Eduphoria survey and resultsEvaluation campus on Texas Administrators of activityTraining for how to Education Team Leaders These results will be used toCampus evaluate the Agency plan the following activity. STaR ChartNeeds based To develop a Results from Team Leaders September Results from STaR chart andevaluation of plan to meet former of Professional 2011 PLC planSTaR Chart the needs of training and Learning Observations ofTraining the results on STaR Chart Communities administrators during PLC STaR Chart Texas Education AgencyAWARE Training To train AWARE Master September The use of AWARE by teachers in program Teacher for 2011 teachers and during PLC using AWARE Technology- Ongoing if Observations and RTI program Mr. Davis and needed meetings Asst. PrincipalTechnology To STaR Chart Master January Teachers will integrate 3Round Table differentiate Texas Teacher for 2012 lessons that they learned technology Education Technology- during Technology Round integration Agency Mr. Davis, Table. based on Teacher Self- Campus Self-evaluation teacher needs evaluation Technology and levels. Specialist, Eduphoria survey and results Media of activity Teachers will select their Specialist, staff Administration, development and in the area of Technology their personal mentor need. teachers Page 6 – Revised October 2009
  • 7. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link Activity Purpose Resources Person(s) Timeline Assessment ResponsibleTechnology To team up STaR Chart Administrators Ongoing Teacher self reflection ofTeaming teachers with Teacher self- Master lessons used in the technology evaluation Technology classroom experience to teacher Observations mentor those that are digital PLC discussion and immigrants evaluationSMART Board To integrate SMART Master October Teacher lesson plansTraining the use of the Board Technology 2011 Observations – walk SMART Board Webcast Teacher, throughs in daily Media lessons SpecialistWeekly To give Using data Principal, Asst. Ongoing Lesson plans and teacherTechnology Tip teachers a from several Principal, monthly survey as well asMonthly weekly update sources such Instructional observationsTechnology Each grade as CIP, Leadersintegration level present District Grade level during faculty Improvement teams meeting or on Plan and web STaR chart conference how they are integrating technologyComplete STaR Analyze and Texas Campus Spring 2012 Completion of surveychart survey compare Education Teachers and results from Agency staff 2011 to 2012 STaR chart Page 7 – Revised October 2009
  • 8. EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology LinkTexas Education Agency, (2010). 2010 Progress report on the long-range plan fortechnology, 2006-2020: A report to the 82nd Texas Legislature. Retrieved fromhttp://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5082&menu_id=2147483665Texas Education Association. (2006). Texas star chart: Campus chart. InstructionalMaterials and Educational Technology Division. Retrieved fromwww.tea.state.us/starchartDenton ISD. (2010-2011). Denton ISD District Improvement Plan, 2010-2011. Denton,Texas: Denton ISD.Page 8 – Revised October 2009

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