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    • Texas STaR Chart McLaughlin/Strickland 2009
    • Session Learning Goals
      • By the end of this session you will:
      • understand how the Texas STaR chart impacts technology on our campus.
      • analyze the data collected for our campus
      • use the data from the chart to create future technology goals on your campus.
    • What is the Texas STaR chart?
      • STaR is the acronym for Student Technology and Readiness
      • It is designed to help teachers, campuses, and districts determine their progress toward meeting the Long Range Technology goals.
    • Why is the Texas STaR Chart important?
      • The Texas STaR chart tracks progress towards meeting goals of
      • the Long Range Plan for Technology
      • the district
      • the school
    • Our Campus STaR Results
      • These results can be found at: http://starchart.esc12.net/
    • Our Campus STaR Results 19 Advanced Tech 17 Advanced Tech 15 Advanced Tech Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology 14 Developing Tech 13 Developing Tech 13 Developing Tech Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support 11 Developing Tech 12 Developing Tech 12 Developing Tech Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development 12 Developing Tech 13 Developing Tech 13 Developing Tech Key Area 1: Teaching and Learning 2008-2009 2007-2008 2006-2007 Key Areas
    • Summary Strength
      • Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology
      • Our district provides equitable access to all learners
      • There is secure and safe connectivity to online materials
      • We have a reliable technology support team on our campus
    • Summary Weakness
      • Key Area 2: Educator Preparation & Development
      • No ongoing professional development
      • Preparation programs are not modeled
      • No opportunities for distance learning
    • Next Steps/ Future Plans
      • At your table, brainstorm ways to improve Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development.
    • Next Steps/ Future Plans
      • All suggestions presented will be placed on our interactive campus moodle site.
      • www.cfbportal.org