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STaR Chart analysis

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  • We Digital Immigrants used these devices
  • Today’s learners are Digital Natives (Prensky, Marc, Educational Leadership , 2005-2006).
  • 2006- fed. Leg. Required, rather than requested, this data as part of Annual Mandatory Collection of Elem. & Sec. Ed. Data for Ed. Admin. Data X-change Network. Mostly b/c our students need the hope of a successful future- or they will end up begging Dad!
  • 2009- year of setback; 2010- full recovery and growth
  • The more we understand the Natives, the better we’ll be able to communicate. And, in the process, WE just might learn a thing or two!
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    • 1. STaR Chart MPISD
    • 2. STaR??
      • School
      • Technology
      • And
      • Readiness
    • 3. WHY?
      • Long Range Plan for Tech for Texas (LRPT)
      • In 2006, mandated by federal legislation
      • To meet NCLB
      • To Meet SBEC requirements
      • * For our students’ futures!
    • 4. Practical Application
      • Info presented to:
      • • School Board
      • • Tech Planning groups
      • • Community groups
    • 5.
      • If we don’t tell our principal what we know, then he won’t know!
    • 6. What it does
      • Measures campus technology in 4 Criteria:
      • • Teaching & Learning
      • • Educator Preparation
      • • Admin. & Support
      • • Infrastructure
    • 7. Key Area 1- Teaching & Learning
      • Patterns of Classroom Use
      • Frequency/ Design of Instructional Setting
      • Content Area Connections
      • Technology Apps TEKS Implementation
      • Student Mastery of Tech Apps
      • Online Learning
    • 8. Key Area 2- Ed. Prep. & Development
      • Professional Development Experiences
      • Models of Prof. Dev.
      • Capabilities of Educators
      • Access to Prof. Dev.
      • Levels of Understanding & Patterns of Use
      • Prof. Dev. For Online Learning
    • 9. Key Area 3- Leadership, Admin. & Instructional Support
      • Leadership & Vision
      • Planning
      • Instructional Support
      • Communication & Collaboration
      • Budget
      • Leadership & Support for Online Learning
    • 10. Key Area 4- Infrastructure for Tech
      • Students per Computer
      • Internet Access Connectivity Speed
      • Other Classroom Tech
      • Tech Support
      • Local Area Network/ Wide Area Network
      • Distance Learning Capacity
    • 11. How & When?
      • Annually, usually in Spring
      • Must be added to system
      • Temporary Login
      • Create your Profile
    • 12. RESULTS
    • 13. GOAL: Target Tech
      • Teacher as facilitator/ mentor
      • Tech integrated seamlessly in all core subjects
      • 100% of teachers meet SBEC Tech req.
      • Student Success; 1 campus tech per 350 computers
      • On-Demand access in every room
    • 14.
      • For more information, visit:
      • http://starchart.esc12.net/

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