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S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
S Ta R Chart Presentation 1.2
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  • 1. Lorenzo De Zavala School Technology and Readiness (STaR) Chart http://www.ecisd.us/dezavala/site/default.asp NONDISCRIMINATION STATEMENT It is the policy of the Edinburg CISD not to discriminate on the basis of sex, age, handicap, religion, race, color, or national origin in its educational programs. Es poliza del Distrito Escolar de Edinburg el no discriminar por razones con base en sexo, edad, religion, raza, color, origen nacional, ni por descapacidad dentro de sus programas educacionales. www.ecisd.us
  • 2. What is the Texas Campus STaR Chart? The Texas Campus STaR Chart is a tool designed to: •Aid in establishing a budget for resources •Evaluates the progress of technology in the campus •Evaluates the progress of technology in accordance to the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology • Serve as a summative information tool to plan on growth
  • 3. What is the Texas Teacher STaR Chart? The Texas Teacher STaR Chart: •Helps determine the progress of teachers, campus, and districts in meeting their goals for the TLRPT • Is REQUIRED by state law to be taken every year • Used by educators to gauge their individual progress in implementing technology in the school
  • 4. STaR Chart: Key Areas •Teaching & Learning: Use of technology/ Collaborative learning/ •Educator Preparation: Proper preparation programs/ effective staff development/ proper curriculum implementation •Administration and Support: Creation of flexible environment/ budget planning for technology/ proper use of data to make decisions •Infrastructure: 24/7 access to technology/ supports access for all users
  • 5. STaR Chart: Levels of Progress •Early Tech- Teacher centered use of technology mainly for planning and basic skills… •Developing Tech- Used to direct instruction/ model of early tech. skills… •Advanced Tech- Teacher and student centered learning/ high-order thinking… •Target Tech- Teachers seamlessly integrates technology in a student-centered learning environment where there is collaboration, self evaluation, and solution to everyday problems…
  • 6. Campus STaR Chart Results: KEY AREA SUMMARY FOR DE ZAVALA IN THE 2007-2008 SCHOOL YEAR: KEY AREA KEY AREA KEY AREA KEY AREA STaR TOTAL CLASSIFICATION I. Teaching and Learning 15 Advanced Tech II. Educator Preparation and Development 13 Developing Tech III. Leadership, Admin., Instructional Support 18 Advanced Tech IV. Infrastructure for Technology 14 Developing Tech
  • 7. Campus STaR Chart: Strongest Points KEY AREA 1: Teaching and Learning TL1 TL2 TL3 TL3 TL5 LT6 Total Pattern of Frequency/ Content Technology Student Online Total Classroom Design of Area Application (TA) Master of Learning Use Instruction Connections TEKS Technology al Setting Implementation Applications 2 3 3 3 2 2 15 I. Teaching and Learning: • The strongest points are in the Content Area Connections, TEKS Application/Implementation standards. • However, as a campus we must improve on the Patterns of Classroom use, Student Improvement Apps., and the use of frequent Online Learning tools.
  • 8. Campus STaR Chart: Strongest Points KEY AREA 3: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6 Total Leadership Planning Instructional Communication Budget Leadership Total and Vision Support and and Support Collaboration for Online Learning 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 III. Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support: •The support goes provided beyond campus (district). District Technology Integration Specialist assists campus w/ planning and integration. •The school district’s Technology Department has set the visions, and allocated budget for technology. Need to adapt same vision to campus.
  • 9. Campus STaR Chart: Weakest Points KEY AREA 2: Educator Preparation and Development EP1 EP2 EP3 EP4 EP5 EP6 Total Professional Models of Capabilities of Access to Levels of Professional Total Development Professional Educators Professional Understanding Development for Development Development Patterns of Use Online Learning 2 2 2 2 3 2 13 II. Educator Preparation and Development: •Due to policies during the year of limited staff development, our numbers decreased. •However, opportunities for staff development in technology are offered during the summer. Other suggestion would include team planning and collaborative work.
  • 10. Campus STaR Chart: Weakest Points KEY AREA 4: Infrastructure for Technology INF1 INF2 INF3 INF4 INF5 INF5 Total Students Internet Other Technical Local Area Distance Total per Access Classroom Support Network Learning Computers Connectivity Technology Wide Area Capacity Speed Network 2 3 3 3 2 2 15 IV. Infrastructure: •Resources little by little are being made available for the teachers. •Technical support has been provided by the district, but we must make a campus initiative in order to help improve this area.
  • 11. STaR CHART GOAL FOR Lorenzo De Zavala Elementary: The goals for LDZ include: •Collaborative partnership amongst colleagues •Budget to plan for technology tools •Increase use of technology integration •Administrator Support •Encouragement of technology use among students •Reach Target Tech on the Texas STaR Chart Evaluation
  • 12. STaR CHART GOAL FOR Lorenzo De Zavala Elementary: Level of Progress Teaching Administration And Educator And Learning Preparation Support Infrastructure TARGET TECH GOALS Descriptions The teacher serves There are regular Campus plan focused There is on-demand as facilitator and co- technology on student success, access for every learner. Students supported learner- supported by board student, direct have on-demand centered projects. and administration. connectivity available access to all There is vertical There is only one in all rooms and web- appropriate alignment of technical support to based resources in technologies to Technology 350 computers. multiple rooms. All complete activities Application TEKS and Campus instructional rooms are connected that have been anytime, anywhere support staff. to WAN. They are seamlessly use of online fully equipped w/ integrated into all resources. 100% of appropriate core content area. educators meet SBEC technology. Standards.
  • 13. BIBLIOGRAPHY: • T.E.A. (2007, November 14). Texas Campus STaR Chart Summary (De Zavala Elementary). Austin, Texas: Texas Education. • T.E.A., I. M. (2006). Texas Campus STaR Chart. Retrieved June 2009, from School and Technology Readiness (STaR): http://starchart.esc12.net/docs/TxCSC.pdf

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