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    • Agenda
      • No Child Left Behind
      • Teacher STaR Chart
      • Campus STaR Chart
      • Survey
      • STaR Chart Data
      • Challenges
      • Conclusion
    • Texas STaR Chart
    • NCLB
      • An online resource tool for self-assessment of fundamental knowledge and skills.
      • Requires that students be technology literate by the end of the eighth grade.
      • Texas Technology Applications curriculum supports teaching, learning, and integration
    • Teacher STaR Chart
      • Establishes a clear framework for measuring how well teachers are prepared to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to strive in today’s information and communication technologies economy
    • Campus STaR Chart
      • Designed to help campuses and districts determine their progress toward meeting the goals of the Long-Range Plan for Technology, as well as meeting the goals of their district
      • Data from the chart is used to report progress toward the requirements in NCLB, Title II, Part D
    • Survey
      • Texas campuses must complete the survey online and use the profile annually to gauge their progress in integrating technology into the school and aligning with national and state standards ( http://www.tea.state.tx.us/starchart ).
    • There are 4 or less students per computer. There is direct connectivity to internet. 2008-09: 2 2007-08: 2 2006-07: 3 2008-09: 13 2007-08: 13 2006-07: 18 Infrastructure for Technology Campus aligned with Long-Range Plan for Technology. Uses local funding. 2008-09: 2 2007-08: 2 2006-07: 2 2008-09: 14 2007-08: 13 2006-07: 12 Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support Teachers use technology for administrative tasks and classroom management. They must attend more staff development trainings to acquire the knowledge needed to assist students in their classroom. 2008-09: 2 2007-08: 2 2006-07: 2 2008-09: 12 2007-08: 11 2006-07: 12 Educator Preparation & Development Instruction is teacher-directed. Students regularly use technology for some projects and information. Teachers must work often with technology and students to improve student achievement. 2008-09: 2 2007-08: 2 2006-07: 2 2008-09: 12 2007-08: 12 2006-07: 11 Teaching & Learning Trends Key Area STaR Classifications Key Area Totals Summary Area   Campus Results School District: LA JOYA ISD Campus: Juarez-Lincoln High School
    • Challenges
      • Students must become active participants in the learning process
      • Move from traditional teacher-led learning model to a student-centered collaborative model
    • Conclusion
      • These technology tools make possible collaboration of diverse work and learning groups and provide access to rich resources and expertise previously unavailable.
    • References
      • Texas Education Agency. Texas Star Chart . <www.tea.state.tx.us/starchart>