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  • 3 year plan; updated yearlyCommittee led by Technology Director and consisting of representatives from each campus, superintendent, assistant
  • Total student enrollment – 8728, with almost 80% economically disadvantagedAll 12 campuses completed the Texas Campus STaR Chart
  • Almost all strategies are In Progress…a few are just in the planning stages and a couple have been completed
  • All but one objective falls into the Infrastructure for Technology category in accordance with the Texas long Range Plan for Technology. Objective 1.5 falls under Teaching and Learning
  • All in progress
  • Most of the money spent in 2011
  • November and staudt wrote in their Critical Issue article that …. I believe that the CISD technology plan is just that and as this plan expires after next year, I will be excited to see what the new plan will hold.

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  • The Channelview IndependentSchool District Technology PlanPresented by:Meredith BellEDLD 5362/ET8038
  • CISD Technology Plan• Approval for 2010-2013• Technology Planning Committee• E-Rate• Budget• Needs Assessment• Goals• Evaluation Process (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • District Profile• Number of Campuses – 12• Percentage of Campuses with Direct Connection to the Internet – 100%• Percentage of Classrooms with Direct Connection to the Internet – 100% (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • District Profile cont.Computer/Student Ratio (1:4)Computer/Teacher Ratio (1:1) (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Needs Assessment• Assessment Process• Existing Conditions – Telecommunications Services – Hardware/Software• Technology Needs (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Assessment Process• STaR Charts• District-developed online surveys of staff• Comprehensive curriculum audit• Network infrastructure study• District Goals
  • Existing Conditions• Telecommunications Services• Hardware• Software www.wordle.net
  • Technology Needs• Training• Staffing patterns• Curriculum integration• Growing bandwidth requirements• Hardware and software obsolescence• Online learning• Classroom technology resources• Integrated voice communication systems (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Goal 1: Infrastructure Enhancement• Classroom interconnectivity• Voice telecommunications• Video telecommunications and distance learning• Acquire and maintain district hardware• Maintain safe hardware and infrastructure• Provide adequate storage space (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Goal 1: Channelview ISD andthe Texas Long Range Plan for Technology Infrastructure for Technology • Objective 1.1 • Objective 1.2 • Objective 1.3 • Objective 1.4 • Objective 1.6 • Objective 1.7 • Objective 1.8 Teaching and Learning • Objective 1.5 (CISD Technology Plan, 2011) (TEA, 2010)
  • Goal 2: Quality Staff Development• Effective use of instructional programs• Acquire variety of technologies• Align curriculum to TA TEKS (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)“A well-planned, ongoing professional development program that is tied tothe schools curriculum goals, designed with built-in evaluation, andsustained by adequate financial and staff support is essential if teachers areto use technology appropriately to promote learning for all students in theclassroom” (Rodriguez & Knuth, 2000).
  • Goal 2: Channelview ISD andthe Texas Long Range Plan for Technology Educator Preparation and Development • Objective 2.1 • Objective 2.2 • Objective 2.3 (CISD Technology Plan, 2011) (TEA, 2010)
  • Goal 3: Acquire and Update Software/Hardware • Accessibility of software • Effective use of technology by teachers (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Goal 3: Channelview ISD andthe Texas Long Range Plan for Technology Teaching and Learning • Objective 3.1 Leadership, Administration, and Support • Objective 3.2 (CISD Technology Plan, 2011) (TEA, 2010)
  • Goal 4: Parent/Community Access• Develop accessible access for community• Continue community relations through shared information (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Goal 4: Channelview ISD andthe Texas Long Range Plan for Technology Leadership, Administration, and Support • Objective 4.1 • Objective 4.2 • Objective 4.3 (CISD Technology Plan, 2011) (TEA, 2010)
  • 3-Year Budget Technology Budget by Category Teaching and Leadership $838,326 $231,676 $495,737 Educator Preparation and Development $4,021,428 Leadership, Administration, and Support Infrastructure for Technology(CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Evaluation Process • Systematic, ongoing process • 2 times a year • Responsibility of the Technology Planning Committee Channelview High School • STaR Charts(CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Evaluation Methods• Staff surveys • Community access• Informal interviews and involvement monitoring• Participation records • Inventory• Classroom integration • Technical support records (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • National Educational Technology Plan • Student learning and assessment • Teacher professional development • Technology infrastructure • Specific recommendations (Watters, 2011)
  • CISD Recommendations• Professional development opportunities: – Classroom and curriculum technology integration • TA TEKS – Effective use of the district web-site – Web 2.0 tools in the classroom – Open source software• More student computers in classrooms• More Instructional Technology support positions (CISD Technology Plan, 2011)
  • Dell IT Simplification Assessment• Findings and recommendations: – Service Desk cost per seat – Desktop cost per seat – Desktop seats per FTE – Monthly labor cost per server (Dell, 2011)
  • In conclusion….“An effective technology plan is based on the shared vision of educators, parents, community members, and business leaders who have technological expertise. It ensures that technology strengthens existing curricula and supports meaningful, engaged learning for all students. It also specifies how the technology will be paid for and how its use will be supported” (November & Staudt, 1998).
  • SourcesChannelview Independent School District. Technology Plan. Retrieved from http://www.cvisd.org/cms/lib/TX01001642/Centricity/Domain/23/PDF/tech_plan)10- 13_update_11-11.pdfDell. (2011). Channelview ISD IT Simplification Assessment Executive Report.Rodriguez, G. & Knuth, R. (2000). Critical issue: Providing professional development for effective technology use. North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium. Retrieved from http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/methods/technlgy/te1000.htmNovember, A. & Staudt, C. (1998). Critical issue: Developing a school or district technology plan. North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium. Retrieved from http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/methods/technlgy/te300.htmTEA. (2010). Texas Long Range Plan for Technology. Retrieved from http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5082&menu_id=2147483665Watters, A. (2011). National educational technology plan: Your questions answered. Retrieved on May 9, 2012 from http://edutopia.org/blog/national-educational-technology-plan-netp-audrey-watters