TEXAS STaR Chart What does the Texas STaR Chart look like for Canyon Ridge Elementary School and how do our results compare to the State of Texas?
School Technology and Readiness A Teacher Tool for Planning and Self-Assessing aligned with the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020. Statewide Summary Data Campus Data Search School Technology and Readiness Website
4 Key Areas Teaching and Learning Educator Preparation and Development Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support Infrastructure for Technology
The Texas Teacher STaR Chart Will Help Teachers Answer Critical Questions What is my current educational technology profile in the areas of Teaching and Learning and Educator Preparation and Development? What is my knowledge of online learning, technology resources, instructional support, and planning on my campus? What evidence can be provided to demonstrate my progress in meeting the goals of the Long Range Plan for Technology and No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D? In what areas can I improve my level of technology integration to ensure the best possible teaching and learning for my students? What are the technology standards required of all beginning teachers and recommended for all current Texas teachers?
Campus State Wide Summary by Key Area
Teaching and LearningIdeal Classroom and School Snapshot Technology is seamlessly embedded into student-centered activities. Technology is available in all areas of a student’s life. Technology is easily integrated in all subject areas. Teachers are knowledgeable of all Technology TEKS 86%-100% of students master the Technology TEKS Teachers create and integrate web-based lessons.
Canyon Ridge Elementary 2006-2007 and 2002-2008 STaR Chart Summaries for Teaching and Learning
Educator Preparation and Development Ideal Classroom and School Snapshot Teacher participation or mentoring new technology strategies that empower students Universal learning through a variety of delivery systems Teachers demonstrate all of the SBEC Technology Application Standards 30+ hours of Professional Development available to every teacher Teachers create interactive, collaborative learning environments Teachers customize online content
Educator Preparation and Development
Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support (Ideal) Leadership promotes vision that encourages continuous innovation Leadership team has collaborative, technology rich, Campus Improvement Plan Educational Leaders facilitate and support use of technology to improve teaching Campuses use a variety of media and formats Campus funds are allocated to advance implementation of technology strategies Online Learning is supported in the CIP
Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support
Infrastructure For Technology (Ideal) All students have 1 to 1 Internet access Direct Internet access available in all rooms Fully equipped classrooms with readily available technology At least 1 technical staff to 350 computers or less All rooms connected to a robust LAN/WAN allowing access to district-wide resources Simultaneous access to online learning
Infrastructure for Technology
How do we compare????? Northeast ISD prides itself in being innovative, the first to try and implement things, and having the best teachers and students. Our results on the STaR Chart show otherwise. We fall into the Developing Tech in each Key Area, not even close to the top category.
Reasons for Our Results! Size of school-1,260 students One technology specialist sharing 4 schools We are told by some to answer low so we have room to show improvement Do we really not know how to use technology?
Immediate Goals for Canyon Ridge Elementary School Collaboration Integrity Communication Planning Vision Knowledge
Thank You Created by Scott Crippen Project for EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link, Educational Leadership Master’s Program, Lamar University November 29, 2009