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Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
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Texas S Ta R Chart

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  • 1. Presentation By <br />Nadia Zahid<br />Texas STaR Chart <br />
  • 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>What is Texas STaR Chart?
  • 3. The Texas Challenge
  • 4. Level of Progress
  • 5. STaR Chart Summary Analysis of CMS
  • 6. Summary/Conclusion
  • 7. Campus Statewide Summary</li></li></ul><li> What is Texas STaR Chart?<br /><ul><li>School Technology and Readiness
  • 8. Online resource for district self-assessment of effective technology integration across the curriculum
  • 9. Indicates the district’s status toward reaching the goals of the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology</li></li></ul><li>What is TexasSTaR Chart?<br />A tool designed for use in technology planning, budgeting for resources, and evaluation of progress in technology projects<br />An online tool to allow all stakeholders to view the technology readiness of all campuses across the state <br />Establishes a clear framework of measurement of educator preparedness to use technology<br />
  • 10. The Texas Challenge<br />Teaching and learning<br />Educator Preparation and Development <br />Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support<br />Infrastructure for Technology<br /> <br />
  • 11. Teaching and Learning<br />Distance learning<br />access to relevant technologies, tools, resources and services for individualized instruction<br />ensure technology integration into curriculum and instruction<br />explore best practices in educational technology<br />learn new curriculum strategies<br /> flexibility to try new methods of teaching and learning<br />
  • 12. To promote 21st Century learning, educators must be competent in 21st Century skills. <br />instructional strategies that reflect current research, modern contexts to engage students in learning, and assessments to measure student-learning<br />learning to emphasize technology infusion that helps educators visualize, internalize and create technology-enhanced learning environments. <br /> <br />Role of professional development: teach teachers how to transform their teaching and learning to integrate technology into instruction<br />Educator Preparation and Development <br />
  • 13. Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support<br />serve as a catalyst for change; model the use of technology <br />develop, implement, budget for and monitor a dynamic technology plan <br />create innovative, flexible and responsive environments <br />offer expanded instructional opportunities via online, digital and distance learning technologies <br />provide opportunities for relevant staff development <br />use data effectively and appropriately in decision making <br />
  • 14. Infrastructure for Technology<br />equitable and ubiquitous access to all e-learning technologies <br />measures to ensure security and accuracy of all data<br />A stable infrastructure requires consistent and reliable funding<br />Current connectivity to be sustained through regular maintenance, upgrades, and technical support<br />
  • 15. Level of Progress<br />Early Tech (6-8)<br />Developing Tech (9-14)<br />Advanced Tech (15-20)<br />Target Tech (21-24)<br />
  • 16.  STaR Chart Summary Analysis of CMS<br />
  • 17. Campus Statewide Summary<br />
  • 18. Summary<br />Texas STaR Chart<br /> online resource for district self-assessment of effective technology integration across the curriculum<br />developed around the four key areas of Texas Long Range Plan for Technology 2006-2020: Teaching and learning, Educator Preparation and Development, Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support, and Infrastructure for Technology<br />used to track Technology Applications progress<br />http://starcart.esc12.net/<br />

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