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  • 1. Technology Action Plan<br />Technology Goal: During the 2011–2012 school year, John Jay High School will improve their current STaR Chart ratings in Teaching and Learning and Educator Preparation and Development from Developing Tech to Advanced Tech.<br />Description of ActivityResponsible Person(s)Necessary ResourcesDate of CompletionMethod of EvaluationStep 1: AssessmentDuring the summer our administration, technology, and SBDM committee will meet to review the school’s STaR Chart, Texas Long Range Plan, AEIS, and AYP reports. Administrators, SBDM Committee, and Technology TeamSTaR Chart, AEIS, Texas Long Range Plan and AYP reportsJuly 2011List of areas in need and a plan to improve them. Expose teachers to the aforementioned reports and provide them with an insightful presentation explaining what the information means.Academic Dean and PrincipalSTaR Chart, AEIS, Texas Long Range Plan and AYP reports;PowerPoint PresentationJuly 2011Teachers complete exit surveysTeachers complete a survey in order to identify the method of staff development that they feel is most beneficial to them.CIT and all staff membersSurvey containing staff development optionsAugust 2011Completed staff development surveysDescription of ActivityResponsible Person(s)Necessary ResourcesDate of CompletionMethod of EvaluationStep 2: Professional DevelopmentTeachers will be offered a variety of staff development sessions focused on technology that will be mandatory. There will be a total of 5 different technology sessions that teachers will attend on a rotational basis. Each session will show teachers how they have integrate technology while helping students master TEKS in their content area. CIT , Technology Team, and AdministratorsLaptops, Computer Labs, Blog Directions, ElmosAugust 2011Have teachers give feedback regarding what they learned and how they will use it, Review and visit blogs setup by teachersOnce a month teachers will meet with their PLCs and they will learn about a technology resource that is available on campus. Teachers will be able to learn about technology and plan a lesson with their fellow PLC teachers. CIT, Administrators, Department HeadsSchool TVs, Computers, Various Technology ResourcesMonthly from September 2011 through May 2012PLCs will submit a copy of the lesson plan that integrates the new technology. Department heads and administrators will do walk-throughs. The campus CIT will keep teachers informed about online training that is available to learn more about technology resources. Additionally, the CIT will provide one Saturday session a month that gives teachers the opportunity to gain further insight on 21st century technology resources. CITOnline technology resources and training websitesAvailable 24/7/365; One Saturday per month from September 2011 through May 2012Review teachers ERO transcripts to see improvement in attendance at technology staff development. Have teachers provide feedback after Saturday sessions. Description of ActivityResponsible Person(s)Necessary ResourcesDate of CompletionMethod of EvaluationStep 3: ImplementationTeachers will be responsible for maintaining a teacher web page and uploading their lesson plans and assignments when possible. Teachers will also be required to submit monthly lesson plans to their department heads.Teachers, Department HeadsOnline Web Page, Digital AssignmentsAugust 2011 – June 2012Department heads will be responsible for collecting copies of teachers’ lesson plans and for reviewing their website to ensure updated information. The administration team and department heads will do walk-throughs to ensure teachers are using technology when possible. Teachers will be offered suggestions and will be given an informal walk-through slip with feedback.Administrators, Department HeadsTechnology resources in the classroomAugust 2011 – June 2012Administrators and department heads will do walk throughs to see first hand whether or not teachers are incorporating technology into their instruction. Either on our shared “I” drive or on a campus blog, teachers will maintain a TECHNOLOGY TOOLKIT where teachers will share how they incorporate technology into their lessons. CIT and TeachersShared “I” Drive or BlogAugust 2011 – June 2012The shared “I” drive or blog will be reviewed to see which staff members have posted information. Description of ActivityResponsible Person(s)Necessary ResourcesDate of CompletionMethod of EvaluationStep 4: Evaluation & AssessmentAt the end of the 2011-2012 school year the SBDM committee will review the STaR Chart results to determine if the technology goal was met. SBDM CommitteeSTaR Chart ResultsJune 20122012 STaR Chart Results will be reviewed to see if the Teaching and Learning and Educator Preparation and Development were classified as Advanced Tech Teachers will be given surveys and asked for their input on how they perceive the support and the resources they were given exclusively related to technology. All Staff MembersTechnology SurveyMay/June 2012Teachers will provide their feedback regarding how they feel about the support they were given in utilizing technology and the resources that were made available to them.Data such as the AEIS, AYP, Texas Long Range Plan, and STaR Chart will be reviewed in order to address areas still in need and to devise a new technology goals that will help improve those areas.SBDM CommitteeAEIS, AYP, Texas Long Range Plan, and STaR ChartJune 2012Data will be reviewed and compared to prior year results in order to see if improvements were made. <br />

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