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Agenda: What is the Texas STaRChart Why is the STaR Chart required? The 4 Key Areas The 4 Levels of Progress Greentree Elementary: STaR Chart Data Summary
What is the Texas Star Chart STAR stands for School Technology and Readiness The Teas Teacher Star Chart is a teacher tool for planning and self-assessing aligned with long range for technology.
Why is the Texas Star Chart Required? To comply with federal and state requirements Framework for measuring teacher preparedness to equip students with technology knowledge and skills Some district funding for technology requires the Texas Star Chart be completed yearly.
The 4 Key Areas of the STaR Chart Teaching and learning Educator Preparation andDevelopment Leadership, Administration, & Instrucitonal Support Infrastructure for Technology *Each Key area is divided into 6 focus areas
The 4 Level of Progress Early Tech Developing Tech Advanced Tech Target Tech
Greentree Elementary Totals 2007-2010 Key area 1: Teaching and Learning: 50 Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development: 47 (Weakest Area) Key Area 2: Administration and Support: 53 Key Area 4: Infrastructure: 56 (Strongest Area)
Conclusion: Internet Access Connectivity Content Area connections Communication and Collaboration Classroom technology: mobi, elmo, smart boars. Online learning Student per computer in the classroom Professional development for teachers Areas of Strength Areas for Improvement
Texas STaR Chart: Access the Texas Star Chart at the following site: http://starchart.esc12.net/