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    • Texas STaR Chart S chool T echnology a nd R eadiness Reynaldo P. Flores Runn Elementary Donna ISD
    • Agenda
      • What is STaR Chart
      • What is Texas Campus STaR Chart
      • Campus STaR Chart Summary (2008-2009)
      • Campus STaR Chart Comparison (2006-2009)
      • Campus Statewide Summary (2007-2008)
      • Summary/Conclusion
    • STaR Chart
      • Developed by the Texas Education Agency Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC).
      • An online resource tool for self-assessment of campus’ and districts’ efforts to effectively integrate technology across the curriculum.
      • Serves as a standard for assessing technology preparedness in Texas K-12 schools.
      • Aligned with the new Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2010 .
    • Texas Campus STaR Chart
      • A tool designed for use in technology planning, budgeting for resources and evaluation of progress in local technology projects.
      • A basis for dialogue with staff, administrators, technology directors, school board members and community leaders to plan future growth.
      • Used to report on progress toward fulfilling the requirements in No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D .
      • No Child Left Behind requires that all students be technology literate by the end of eighth grade.
    • Texas Campus STaR Chart
      • Helps Campuses and Districts Answer Critical Questions
        • What are the campus’ and districts’ current educational technology profiles?
        • What evidence can be provided to demonstrate their progress in meeting the goals of the Long Range Plan for Technology?
        • What areas should the campus and district focus on to improve the level of technology integration to ensure the best possible teaching and learning for all students?
    • Texas Campus STaR Chart
      • The Texas Campus STaR Chart Can Be Used:
        • To apply for grants. The Texas Campus STaR Chart will help schools identify their educational technology needs as they apply for grants.
        • To determine funding priorities. Education administrators and policymakers can use the Texas Campus STaR Chart to determine where to allocate funds.
        • To track progress on use of No Child Left Behind Title II, Part D formula and discretionary funds
    • Texas Campus STaR Chart
      • The Texas Campus STaR Chart Can Be Used:
        • To create and/or update the district’s technology plan.
        • To help conceptualize your campus or district vision of technology.
        • To set benchmarks and goals. Campuses and districts may use the chart to identify current education technology profiles, establish goals, and monitor progress.
        • To measure student and teacher proficiencies with regard to the integration of technology into all content areas.
        • By the campus and district to document progress toward meeting No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D requirements for technology literacy for students and teachers as well as technology integration across the curriculum.
    • Texas Campus STaR Chart
      • Four Key Focus Areas
        • Teaching and Learning
        • Educator Preparation and Development
        • Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
        • Infrastructure for Technology
      • Four Levels of Progress
        • Early Tech
        • Developing Tech
        • Advanced Tech
        • Target Tech
    • Campus STaR Chart Summary 2008-2009
    • Campus STaR Chart Comparison 2006-2009
    • Campus Statewide Summary 2007/2008
    • Summary
      • Campus has improved in Key Areas I, III, & IV.
      • Campus declined in Key Area II, Educator Preparation and Development.
      • Campus classified as a Developing Tech for Key Areas I, II, III, & IV.
      • Statewide classified as Developing Tech for Key Areas I, II, & III and Advanced Tech in IV
      • Campus is on target in Key Areas I, II, & III with Statewide Summary Key Area findings.
      • Campus is below target in Key Area IV with Statewide Summary Key Area findings.