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Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary
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Texas Campus S Ta R Chart Summary

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  • 1. Texas Campus STaR Chart Summary Bright Elementary Frisco, Texas 2008-2009
  • 2. Agenda
    • Overview of Texas STaR
    • Review Key Area totals and STaR classifications
    • Our Strengths
    • Our Challenges
    • What now?
  • 3. Overview of STaR
    • STaR stands for S chool
    • T echnology a nd R eadiness
    • The Texas STaR chart is an
    • assessment tool used to help
    • districts and schools determine their progress toward meeting the goals toward the Long Range Plan for Technology .
    • Four Key Areas are Assessed:
    • Teaching and Learning
    • Educator Preparation
    • Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
    • Infrastructure for Technology
  • 4. BRIGHT’S STaR Results 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009
    • Key Areas are reflected at the bottom of the chart.
    • Area 1 : Teaching & Learning
    • Area II : Educator Preparation and Development
    • Area III : Leadership, Admin., Instructional Support
    • Area IV: Infrastructure
    0 5 10 15 20 25 1 2 3 4 2008-2009 2007-2008 2006-2007
  • 5. Key Area Classifications Area I: Teaching & Learning Area II: Educator Preparation and Development Area III: Leadership, Admin. and Instructional Support Area IV: Infrastructure Advanced Tech 2006-07 Advanced Tech 2007-08 Advanced Tech 2008-09 Advanced Tech 2006-07 Target Tech 2007-08 Target Tech 2008-09 Advanced Tech 2006-07 Target Tech 2007-08 Target Tech 2008-09 Advanced Tech 2006-07 Advanced Tech 2007-08 Advanced Tech 2008-09
  • 6. To Learn More About Classifications:
    • Visit:
    • http://starchart.esc12.net/docs/TxCSC.pdf
  • 7. STRENGTHS
    • Key Area III ~
    • Leadership, Administration & Instructional Support
    • Our campus and district leaders continue to promote a shared vision that ecourages continuous innovation with technology.
    • Our campus and district leaders continue to use research to plan and include technology in our Campus Improvement Plan.
    • Our campus leaders and teachers support the use of technologies to enhance instruction.
    • Our campus uses a variety of media and formats to communicate and collaborate with stakeholders.
    • Our campus and district leaders continue to allocate appropriate funds for technology strategies.
  • 8. Challenges
    • Key Area II ~
    • Educator Preparation & Development
    • Securing time, resources, and effective models for educator professional development presents a tremendous challenge to our campus and district.
    • As the chart indicates in 2008-09 our numbers declined in the target area of Professional Development for online learning.
    • We must prepare teachers for different roles, different students, different tools and resources, and different methods beyond face to face classroom instruction.
  • 9. What Now?
    • PREPARE OUR STUDENTS FOR THE 21 ST CENTURY
    • *Continue to improve teaching and learning through knowledge and skills in technology
    • *Continue to monitor our progress through STaR
    • *Strive to reach our goals for Long Range Plan for Technology
    • and No Child Left Behind

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