TMS STaR Chart Data

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  • 1. James Tippit Middle School Campus STaR Chart 2007-2008
  • 2.
    • STaR Chart Definition & Purpose
    • TEA’s Long Range Plan for Technology
    • NCLB Technology Requirements
    • STaR Chart Progress Indicators
    • TMS 3-Year Summary
    • TMS 2007-2008 Profile Scores
    Agenda
  • 3.
    • Classification Summary
    • Suggested Improvements
    • State & Federal Reports
    • Resources
    Agenda (cont.)
  • 4. Definition & Purpose
    • School Technology and Readiness (STaR)
    • Online resource used by TEA & Texas schools
    • Campus-level self assessment used to track progress toward the key areas of the TX Long Range Plan for Technology & NCLB Title-II, Part-D
  • 5. Definition & Purpose (cont.)
    • Entered by Campus Principal and based on data including Teacher STaR Charts
    • Data used for technology budgeting, planning, and progress evaluation
    • Required for state-funded technology grant applications
  • 6. Texas LRPT Key Areas
    • Teaching & Learning
    • Educator Preparation & Development
    • Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support
    • Infrastructure for Technology
  • 7. NCLB Technology Requirements
    • All teachers should be technology literate and integrate technology across the curriculum
    • All students should be technology literate by the end of the 8 th grade
  • 8. STaR Chart Progress Indicators
    • 1 = Early Tech
    • 2 = Developing Tech
    • 3 = Advanced Tech
    • 4 = Target Tech
    • *Campus rated in the four key areas (each with six points)
  • 9. TMS 3-Year STaR Chart Summary *Maximum of 24 points in each of the four key areas
  • 10. TMS 2007-2008 Teaching & Learning Developing Tech
  • 11. TMS 2007-2008 Educator Preparation & Development Developing Tech
  • 12. TMS 2007-2008 Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support Advanced Tech
  • 13. TMS 2007-2008 Infrastructure for Technology Advanced Tech
  • 14. Classification Summary Key Area 2007-2008 Classification Goal TL Developing Tech Target Tech!!! EPD Developing Tech Target Tech!!! L Advanced Tech Target Tech!!! INF Advanced Tech Target Tech!!!
  • 15. Suggested Improvements Teaching & Learning
      • Incorporate Tech App TEKS for Grades 6-8
      • Engage students with technology resources
      • Provide student-centered lessons that allow students to collaborate and communicate
  • 16. Suggested Improvements Educator Preparation & Development
      • Reinforce SBEC Technology Standards I-V
      • Sessions should be based on instructional use of technology, not just how to operate technology hardware
  • 17. Suggested Improvements Leadership, Administration, & Instructional Support
      • Campus Improvement Plan should include technology aspects
      • Allocate a portion of the campus budget for technology
      • Evaluate teachers on technology integration
  • 18. Suggested Improvements Infrastructure for Technology
      • Increase instructional computer count
      • Promote distance learning opportunities
      • Diversify technology hardware
  • 19. State & Federal Technology Reports Flow Chart
    • Teacher STaR Charts
    • Campus STaR Charts
    • ePlan (District’s Long Range Plan for Technology)
    • District NCLB Technology Report
    • E-RATE
    • * All aligned with TEA’s LRPT & NCLB Title- II, Part-D requirements
  • 20. Resources
    • STaR Chart:
    • http://starchart.esc12.net/
    • TEA’s LRPT: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/technology/lrpt/
    • ERATE:
    • http://tpesc.esc12.net/erate/default.html