Page MSSchool Technology and Readiness (STaR) Chart Summary2010-11
Agenda What is STaR? How can STaR be used? What are the 4 Levels of Progress? How are we doing in each of the 4 Key Areas? Discussion of Goals and Recommendations Links
What is STaR? A tool for use in technology planning, budgeting, and evaluating of progress in technology projects A profile of our campus’ status toward reaching the goals of the Long Range Plan for Technology and NCLB A framework for measuring how well teachers are prepared to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in today’s technology economy
How can STaR be used? To conceptual campus’ vision of technology To set benchmarks and goals To measure student and teacher proficiencies on the integration of technology into all content areas To document progress toward meeting NCLB requirements for technology literacy To apply for grants To determine funding priorities
4 Levels of Progress Early Technology Developing Technology Advanced Technology Target Technology Defined uniquely in each of the 4 Key Areas
How Did We Do? Let’s take a look at our results!
Summary Our area of strength is Infrastructure and Technology Our area of challenge is Teaching and Learning Reviewing the last 3 year’s data has shown very little improvement for our campus We must create a plan of action This begins today as we discuss and reflect on specific campus goals and recommendations