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Texas S Ta R Chart
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Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
Texas S Ta R Chart
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  1. TEXAS STaR Chart<br />What does the Texas STaR Chart look like for Canyon Ridge Elementary School and how do our results compare to the State of Texas?<br />
  2. School Technology and Readiness<br />A Teacher Tool for Planning and Self-Assessing aligned with the  Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020.<br />Statewide Summary Data<br />Campus Data Search<br />School Technology and Readiness Website<br />
  3. 4 Key Areas<br />Teaching and Learning<br />Educator Preparation and Development<br />Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support<br />Infrastructure for Technology<br />
  4. The Texas Teacher STaR Chart Will Help Teachers Answer Critical Questions<br />What is my current educational technology profile in the areas of Teaching and Learning and Educator Preparation and Development? <br />What is my knowledge of online learning, technology resources, instructional support, and planning on my campus?<br />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? <br />In what areas can I improve my level of technology integration to ensure the best possible teaching and learning for my students? <br />What are the technology standards required of all beginning teachers and recommended for all current Texas teachers? <br />
  5. Campus State Wide Summary by Key Area<br />
  6. Teaching and LearningIdeal Classroom and School Snapshot<br />Technology is seamlessly embedded into student-centered activities.<br />Technology is available in all areas of a student’s life.<br />Technology is easily integrated in all subject areas.<br />Teachers are knowledgeable of all Technology TEKS<br />86%-100% of students master the Technology TEKS<br />Teachers create and integrate web-based lessons.<br />
  7. Canyon Ridge Elementary 2006-2007 and 2002-2008 STaR Chart Summaries for Teaching and Learning<br />
  8. Educator Preparation and Development Ideal Classroom and School Snapshot<br />Teacher participation or mentoring new technology strategies that empower students<br />Universal learning through a variety of delivery systems<br />Teachers demonstrate all of the SBEC Technology Application Standards<br />30+ hours of Professional Development available to every teacher<br />Teachers create interactive, collaborative learning environments<br />Teachers customize online content<br />
  9. Educator Preparation and Development<br />
  10. Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support (Ideal)<br />Leadership promotes vision that encourages continuous innovation<br />Leadership team has collaborative, technology rich, Campus Improvement Plan<br />Educational Leaders facilitate and support use of technology to improve teaching<br />Campuses use a variety of media and formats<br />Campus funds are allocated to advance implementation of technology strategies<br />Online Learning is supported in the CIP<br />
  11. Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support<br />
  12. Infrastructure For Technology (Ideal)<br />All students have 1 to 1 Internet access<br />Direct Internet access available in all rooms<br />Fully equipped classrooms with readily available technology<br />At least 1 technical staff to 350 computers or less<br />All rooms connected to a robust LAN/WAN allowing access to district-wide resources<br />Simultaneous access to online learning<br />
  13. Infrastructure for Technology<br />
  14. How do we compare?????<br />Northeast ISD prides itself in being innovative, the first to try and implement things, and having the best teachers and students.<br />Our results on the STaR Chart show otherwise. <br />We fall into the Developing Tech in each Key Area, not even close to the top category.<br />
  15. Reasons for Our Results!<br />Size of school-1,260 students<br />One technology specialist sharing 4 schools<br />We are told by some to answer low so we have room to show improvement<br />Do we really not know how to use technology?<br />
  16. Immediate Goals for Canyon Ridge Elementary School<br />Collaboration<br />Integrity<br />Communication<br />Planning<br />Vision<br />Knowledge<br />
  17. Thank You<br />Created by Scott Crippen<br />Project for EDLD 5352 Instructional Leadership: The Technology Link, Educational Leadership Master’s Program, Lamar University<br />November 29, 2009<br />

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