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  • 1. Temple ISD 2011-2014 Technology Plan We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Quinessa Williams Lamar University EDLD 5362
  • 2. Temple Independent School District Providing a Global Education, Right Here in Central Texas!
  • 3. TISD District Profile We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. •Number of Campuses: 16 Total Student Enrollment: 9041 District Size: 5,000 - 9,999 Percent Economically Disadvantaged: 86.00% (Texas E-rate.2013)
  • 4. Temple ISD Mission Statement We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Support the mission of the Temple Independent School District and the goals of the Education Services Department by identifying students with disabilities and providing them an equal opportunity for a free and appropriate education. In a way that: •Acts as a support service for general education programs •Provides individualized education experiences which support the unique aspiration of each student •Promotes collaboration between home, school, and community •Provides adequate specially trained staff •Provides alternate instructional methodologies and instructional settings for students with disabilities •Supports and values cultural diversity So that: Students with disabilities in the Temple ISD are adequately prepared for transition into their next environment and are prepared to meet success at their next endeavor. ("Temple isd quick," 2013)
  • 5. Temple ISD Vision Statement We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Our vision in TISD is to be the school of choice where every student is a life-long learner, every life-long learner graduates, and every graduate becomes a meaningful contributor to their community and society.
  • 6. Temple ISD District Goals We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Goal 1: Provide kid-friendly, clean, and safe schools and facilities Goal 2: Provide opportunities for all students to succeed and belong. Goal 3: Provide collaboration and communication among all stakeholders. Goal 4: Be a unified team of school board members, superintendent, administration, teachers, st aff, and parents to ensure student engagement and learning. Goal 5: Be cost effective in providing high quality programs.
  • 7. Temple ISD Technology Planning Committee We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. •Curriculum and Instruction Team •Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) •Community Advisory Committee •Campus Technology Liaisons •District Instructional Technology Specialists ("Technology planning," 2013)
  • 8. National Technology Plan The National Education Technology Plan 2010 (NETP) calls for revolutionary transformation rather than evolutionary tinkering. It urges our education system at all levels to: • Be clear about the outcomes we seek. • Collaborate to redesign structures and processes for effectiveness, efficiency, and flexibility. •Continually monitor and measure our performance. • Hold ourselves accountable for progress and results every step of the way. The plan recognizes that technology is at the core of virtually every aspect of our daily lives and work, and we must leverage it to provide engaging and powerful learning experiences and content, as well as resources and assessments that measure student achievement in more complete, authentic, and meaningful ways. Technology-based learning and assessment systems will be pivotal in improving student learning and generating data that can be used to continuously improve the education system at all levels. Technology will help us execute collaborative teaching
  • 9. National Technology Plan Cont’d The NETP presents a model of learning powered by technology, with goals and recommendations in five essential areas: learning, assessment, teaching, infrastructure, and productivity. The plan also identifies far-reaching “grand challenge” R&D problems that should be funded and coordinated at a national level. The challenging and rapidly changing demands of our global economy tell us what people need to know and who needs to learn. Advances in learning sciences show us how people learn. Technology makes it
  • 10. Temple ISD Technology Plan Overview We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. The Temple ISD Plan for Technology supports the ongoing use of technology in the learning process. Students will be empowered to achieve essential technology skills needed to be successful both in school and in their future workplace. TISD is committed to equity in electronic resources, the pursuit of innovative uses of technology by schools, the use of data to drive accountability, and technology integration across all curricula. ("Technology planning," 2013)
  • 11. Temple ISD Technology Plan Goals Overview We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. •GOAL 1: Provide user support and training that supports student learning, data- based decision-making, and communication. •GOAL 2: Provide and support the technology necessary to facilitate the learning process. •GOAL 3: Provide and support high quality equipment and infrastructure that is educationally sound and cost effective. •GOAL 4: Use a comprehensive planning and monitoring process to ensure that the technology used in the district is • 1) compliance with federal and state regulations •2) is adequate •3) is cost effective •4) enhances the vision, mission, and goals of the district. Texas e-rate. 2013) (
  • 12. TISD Technology Goal #1 Objectives We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Goal: Provide user support and training that supports student learning, data-based decision making , and communication. •OBJECTIVE 1.1: Provide professional development for teachers. •OBJECTIVE 1.2: Provide professional development for administrators. •OBJECTIVE 1.3: Provide professional development for support staff.
  • 13. TISD Technology Goal #2 Objectives We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Goal: Provide and support the technology necessary to facilitate the learning process. •OBJECTIVE 2.1: Students will master the appropriate Technology Applications TEKS. •OBJECTIVE 2.2:Provide and support the district's instructional management systems in order to facilitate teaching and assessment. •OBJECTIVE 2.3: Provide software and services that support district, state, and federal goals. •OBJECTIVE 2.4: Support the learning process with services that provide educational support and communication between the school and home. •OBJECTIVE 2.5:Use the library centers are resources for technology integration: video conferencing, online resources, e-books, online learning, and project based learning.
  • 14. TISD Technology Goal #3 Objectives We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Goal: Provide and support high quality equipment and infrastructure that is educationally sound and cost effective. •OBJECTIVE 3.1: Refresh computer and printers for students and staff on a 5-year refresh schedule. •OBJECTIVE 3.2: Maintain or upgrade core network equipment and services. •OBJECTIVE 3.3: Provide network software and services necessary for: compliance with federal, state, and local law and policy, security, QOS, file storage and retrieval, and growth. (Texas e-rate. 2013)
  • 15. TISD Technology Goal #4 Objectives We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Goal: Use a comprehensive planning and monitoring process to ensure that the technology used in the district is 1) compliance with federal and state regulations, 2) is adequate, 3) is cost effective, 4) enhances the vision, mission, and goals of the district. •OBJECTIVE 4.1: Integrate technology into campus and district planning. •OBJECTIVE 4.2: Complete state requirements for reporting. •OBJECTIVE 4.3: Complete federal requirements for planning and reporting.
  • 16. TISD Technology Budget for 2013 We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Budget according to Texas e-rate application for 2013 •Telecommunications & Internet Access 600,000.00 570,622.68 500,000.00 •Staff Development 389,500.00 400,000.00 300,000.00 •Materials and Supplies 420,000.00 200,000.00 •Equipment 431,000.00 100,000.00 0.00 •Maintenance 335,201.04 •Total 2,146,323.72 (Texas e-rate. 2013) 2013 Estimated Expenses Accountability
  • 17. TISD Technology Plan Evaluation Process We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Evaluation Process: TISD's Technology Director will monitor and document progress of this plan frequently. TISD Liaisons will review the plan at the beginning of each semester and align the goals and objectives with campus plans. All other committees will meet each semester to review and suggest updates to the plan. Updates to the plan will be reported to central
  • 18. TISD Technology Plan Evaluation Methods We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Evaluation Method: 1. Documentation of Technology Applications TEKS for students K-8 (learning.com) 2. STAR Chart growth to Advanced Tech in all areas 3. Industry standard skill assessments (IC3, MOS, etc.) 4. Locally developed surveys and self assessments 5. E-rate funding 6. Grant applications and awards (Texas e-rate. 2013)
  • 19. TISD Technology Plan Alignment Report We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Temple ISD is aligned 100% in all areas including •LRPT (Long Range Plan for Technology •E-RATE •NCLB (No Child Left Behind) (Texas e-rate. 2013)
  • 20. Temple ISD Technology Current Status We educate all students. We are responsible. We find a way. Number of Campuses with Direct Connection to Internet: 16 Percentage of Campuses with Direct Connection to Internet:100.00% Number of Classrooms with Direct Connection to Internet: 581 Percentage of Classrooms with Direct Connection to Internet: 100.00% Computer/Student Ratio: 3:1 Computer/Teacher Ratio: 2:1 (Texas e-rate. 2013)
  • 21. References •Texas e-rate. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.sedl.org/cgi- bin/mysql/eplan/eplan.cgi. •Technology planning. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.tisd.org/page.cfm?p=374 •Temple isd quick facts. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.tisd.org/page.cfm?p=10 •Texas education agency . (2013). Retrieved from https://www.sedl.org/cgi-bin/mysql/eplan/eplan.cgi •US Department of Education. , & Office of Educational Technology (2010). National technology plan. Retrieved from http://www.ed.gov/sites/default/files/netp2010-execsumm.pdf