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  • 1. S chool T echnology a nd R eadiness Chart www.tea.state.tx.us/starchart
  • 2. Agenda
    • What is STaR Chart?
    • What are our campus’ results?
    • How do these results compare to the state’s results?
  • 3. STaR Chart: What is it?
    • STaR Chart is an assessment focused on the four key areas of the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology:
      • Teaching and Learning
      • Educator Preparation & Development
      • Leadership Administration & Instructional Support
      • Infrastructure for Technology
  • 4. STaR Chart: Is it required?
    • Yes! All certified teachers and librarians are required to complete the STaR Chart.
    • The deadline is chosen by the district.
  • 5. STaR Chart Rankings
    • Early Tech
    • Developing Tech
    • Advanced Tech
    • Target Tech
      • The goal for all Texas teachers is to reach the Target Tech level of the STaR Chart
  • 6. Lufkin High School Results (2009-2010) Key Area Classification Teaching and Learning Developing Tech Educator Preparation and Development Developing Tech Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support Advanced Tech Infrastructure for Technology Developing Tech
  • 7. Teaching and Learning: Developing Tech
    • Instruction is teacher-directed and students regularly use technology on an individual basis.
    • There is minimal use of technology in TEKS.
    • Most Technology Applications TEKS are met K-8
    • High school campuses teach at least 2 Technology Applications courses.
  • 8. Educator Preparation : Developing Tech
    • Use of technology is for administrative tasks and classroom management.
    • There is use of online resources.
    • 40% of educators meet SBEC standards.
    • 6-24% of technology budget allocated for professional development
  • 9. Administration & Support: Advanced Tech
    • Campus plan board approved and supported by superintendent.
    • 1 technical support staff to 500 computers, full- time district technology director.
    • Technology Allotment, competitive grants and local funding.
  • 10. Infrastructure for Technology: Developing Tech
    • There are 5-9 students per computer.
    • There is direct connectivity to the Internet in 50% of classrooms and library.
    • Most rooms are connected to WAN/LAN.
    • One educator per computer, shared use of other resources
  • 11. State Results Level of Progress Percentages
  • 12. State Results Level of Progress Percentages
  • 13. State Results Level of Progress Percentages
  • 14. State Results Level of Progress Percentages
  • 15. Summary
    • Although our campus is mostly aligned with the state average, we have a long way to go before we achieve our goal—
    • All teachers reaching target level!