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Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139
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Texas School Technology And Readiness Chart Leija Ea1139

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  • 1. Texas School Technology and Readiness Chart
    Presented by: David Leija
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  • 2. Introduction
    • Texas STaR Chart
    • 3. N.C.L.B.
    • 4. Four Key Areas & Indicators
    • 5. State STaR Chart
    • 6. School Campus STaR Chart
    • 7. Conclusion
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  • 8. Texas School Technology
    and Readiness Chart
    Tool Designed for Use in:
    • Technology Planning
    • 9. Budgeting for Resources
    • 10. Evaluating Technology Progress
    Measures Progress Towards:
    • Integration of Technology
    • 11. N.C.L.B. ,Part II, Part D.
    For more information visit: http://starchart.esc12.net/
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  • 12. No Child Left Behind,
    Title II, Part D
    Primary Goals:
    • Improve Academic Achievement Through Technology
    in Elementary and Secondary
    • Ensure All Students are Technology Literate
    by the End of Eight Grade
    • Encourage Integration of Technology
    Through Teacher Training/Curriculum Development
    http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index4.aspx?id=4272&menu_id=798
    For more information visit:
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  • 13. Four Key Areas
    and
    Four Key Indicators
    Key Areas:
    Key Indicators:
    • Teaching and Learning
    • 14. Educator Preparation
    and Development
    • Leadership, Administration
    and Instructional Support
    • Infrastructure for Technology
    • 15. Early Tech
    • 16. Developing Tech
    • 17. Advanced Tech
    Target Tech
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  • 18. Teaching and Learning
    Students will:
    • Access to Technology Tools, Resources
    and Services 24/7/365
    • Solve Real-World Problems Using
    Communication and Information Technology
    • Improve Academic Achievement
    Using Research-Based Strategies
    • Communicate for a Diverse Audience
    Through a Variety of Formats
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  • 19. Educator Preparation
    and
    Development
    Teachers will:
    • Use Current Technology
    in Instructional Practices PreK-12
    • Effectively Use Technology in
    Teaching-Learning Process
    • Collaborate, Interact and Customize
    Technology for Individual Learners
    • Integrate Technology Into All
    Curriculum and Instruction
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  • 20. Leadership, Administration
    and
    Instructional Support
    School Leaders Will:
    • Develop, Implement, Budget and Monitor Technology Plan
    • 21. Create Innovative, Flexible Environment to Maximize
    Teaching and Learning
    • Offer Learning Online, Digital Technology
    and Distance Learning Technology
    • Provide Relevant Staff Development
    • 22. Use Technology Throughout Teaching-Learning
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  • 23. Infrastructure For Technology
    Infrastructure Will Provide:
    • 24/7 Accessibility for All Learners to
    Technology
    • Support Teaching and Learning
    Through Technical Assistance
    • Accessibility and Operability for All Users
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  • 24. Three Year Campus Summary
    Westwood Junior High School
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  • 25. Campus Statewide Summary
    2007-2008
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  • 26. Conclusion
    We must improve our teaching and
    learning to ensure that all students
    gain the knowledge and skills required
    to live and work in the21st Century.
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