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  • Technology Planning
    Informational Systems Management
    EDLD 5362
    May 11, 2011
    Shannon CopelandDistrict Technology CoordinatorDistrict TAKS CoordinatorAnton ISD
  • The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    Robert Scott, Texas’ Commissioner of Education, opened his letter to the 82nd Texas Legislature with the following: “Over twenty years ago, the first Long-Range Plan for Technology, 1988-2000 was adopted. The recommendations made in this and subsequent plans have set the course for educational technology in Texas schools and have served as models across the nation.” (Texas Long Range Plan for Technology, 2010)
    The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to four areas put forth by the LRPT. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
  • The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    The technology plans created by the schools in Texas must adhere to these areas. This long range plan was developed based on a requirement of the Texas Education Code, Section 32.001. It also requires a biennial report to the Governor and Legislature on the progress of the plan.
    Outline of presentation:
    • Texas Long Range Plan for Technology (LRPT) Expectations View slide
    • LRPT Target Areas w/ NCLB implications View slide
    • Technology Planning and E-Rate Support Center (TPESC)
    STaR Chart, E-Rate, No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
    • National Education Technology Plan
    • Anton ISD Technology Plan
    Introduction, Needs Assessment, Goals/Objectives,
    Certificate of Approval
    • Recommendations for Local/Texas/National alignment
  • Expectations of the Texas LRPT
    • Students can expect higher performance and deeper engagement in academic, real world endeavors using digital tools
     
    •  Educators can expect to access and use information on demand in order to
    individualize instruction.
     
    • Community and school board members can expect more effective and efficient use of fiscal resources and human capital.
     
    • Parents can expect not only to participate more directly in their children’s education but also to improve their own knowledge as parents and citizens.
    (LRPT, 2010)
    It is notable that the LRPT Alignment doesn’t have to be 100% in compliance as the E-Rate and NCLB alignments do.
  • The Long-Range Plan for Technology4 Targeted Areas
    • Teaching and Learning
    • Educator Preparation and Development
    • Leadership, Administration and Instructional
    Support
    • Infrastructure for Technology
  • Teaching and Learning
    • Through implementation of key legislation, grant funding, and educational technology programs, substantial progress has been made in the area of Teaching and Learning
    • Districts have increased access to online learning, digital content, and online professional development.
    • Distance learning opportunities have proven to be powerful tools for ensuring that students across the state have equitable access to quality education and instruction.
    • Districts are redesigning curriculum and teaching practices to work toward 21st Century classroom goals by producing interactive lessons that incorporate technology.
    NCLB, Title II, Part D Technology Requirements
    No Child Left Behind (NCLB) has two requirements in Teaching and Learning:
    Technology Literacy and Curriculum Integration.
    (LRPT, 2010)
  • Educator Preparation and Development
    • Ongoing, high-quality professional development is essential to prepare teachers to meet the needs of their students by increasing student engagement and learning.
    • Texas educators have a wide range of opportunities for professional development. The state’s 20 regional education service centers are critical to the mission of providing teachers with the continuing education they need in order to teach effectively in 21st Century classrooms.
    • The agency has also committed to developing and delivering high quality professional development in an interactive and engaging learning environment.
    • Project Share offers access to digital content through online repositories, state-owned instructional materials, and Texas Education on iTunes U.
    Project Share
    Project Share is a collection of Web 2.0 tools and applications that provides high quality professional development in an interactive and engaging learning environment. http://www.projectsharetexas.org/
    NCLB, Title II, Part D
    grant funding distributed to hundreds of districts
    requires that a minimum of
    25% of the funding goes towards
    professional development.
     
    (LRPT, 2010)
  • Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
    • The process of using technological resources in schools is complex and requires school-wide innovation such as vision-building, administrator commitment, and skilled leadership to play pivotal roles in success
    • The importance of Administrator technology proficiencies is recognized as a key success factor in educational technology implementation and support in schools
    • The Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC) includes state technology leaders who stand ready to advise the agency in its on-going “re-visioning” of the LRPT so that it remains a current and viable document for state and local leaders.
    • To assess leadership for educational technology, the Texas School Technology and Readiness (STaR) Chart data is collected annually.
    • School decision makers are challenged to budget real costs of technology, including high quality professional development, both initial and ongoing, and to secure the funding to support that budget.
    NCLB, Title II Part D Reporting
    The Texas Education Agency (TEA) has been required to report on the progress of districts receiving funds from No Child Left Behind, Title II, Part D as of January 2002. Title II, Part D reporting requirements for NCLB have been documented as a part of the Texas Campus STaR Chart.
    (LRPT, 2010)
  • Infrastructure for Technology
    • The infrastructure of a school is the critical element of support for all aspects of technology. School districts across the State of Texas continue to progress toward an infrastructure for technology that allows students and educators to learn and use the skills necessary to be successful in the 21st century.
    • The importance of a strong infrastructure is clearly recognized and identified in plans for public education both nationally and statewide.
    • Grant funding has given many districts the opportunity to improve their infrastructure through broadband access, hardware, and software purchases.
    Broadband in Texas Public Schools
    In Texas, the majority of Texas public school districts take advantage of the purchasing power of the Texas Education Telecommunications Network (TETN) to procure broadband services through their local regional education service center.
     
    Internet Safety
    At the state level, TEA continues to provide guidance to school districts, charter schools, and parents regarding the importance of Internet safety. At the federal level, all schools receiving discounts from the E-Rate (the federal universal service) program are required to implement the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA).
    CIPA is a federal law enacted by Congress to address concerns about access to offensive content over the Internet on school and library computers.
    (LRPT, 2010)
  • To assist school district and charter schools with the E-Rate program, the Texas Education Agency contracts with Region XII Education Service Center for support through the Technology Planning and E-Rate Support Center. http://tpesc.esc12.net/eplan/components.html
    TPESC
    A technology plan designed to improve education or library services must contain the following five components:
    • Clear goals and a realistic strategy for using telecommunications and technology;
    • A professional development strategy to ensure that staff knows how to use these new technologies;
    • An assessment of the telecommunication services, hardware, software, and other services needed;
    • A sufficient budget to acquire and support the non-discounted elements of the plan: the hardware, software, professional development, and other services that will be needed to implement the strategy; and
    • An evaluation process that enables the school or library to monitor progress toward the specified goals.
    (TPESC, 2011)
  • Star Chart
    The Texas Teacher STAR Chart, to be completed by individual teachers, correlates with the Texas Campus STaR Chart and draws measures from a variety of national and state technology guidelines.
    It establishes a clear framework for measuring how well teachers are prepared to equip students with the knowledge and skills they need to thrive in today’s information and communication technologies economy and it is a required component of E-Rate funding. (STaR Chart, 2011)
  • Star Chart
    These graphs represent information collected from STaRCharts completed by educators across Texas. It shows the trends toward becoming Target Tech. (LRPT, 2010)
  • E-Rate
    100% E-Rate alignment is needed for a technology plan to be certified. E-Rate requires that the plan have clear goals for using technology, a professional development strategy, assessment of all technology in the district, a plan for sufficient technology budgets and an evaluation process for the technology use in the district.
    Anton ISD, 2011)
  • NCLB
    The purpose of NCLB – Title II Part D is to provide assistance for implementation of a comprehensive system that effectively uses technology in elementary and secondary schools to improve student academic improvement and to promote initiatives that provide all educators with the ability to integrate technology into all instruction.
    (Enhancing Education Through Technology Act, 2001)
    (Anton ISD, 2011)
  • National Education Technology Plan (NETP)
    The NETP presents five goals with recommendations for states, districts, the federal government, and other stakeholders.
    Each goal addresses one of the five essential components of learning powered by technology:
    Learning
    Assessment
    Teaching
    Infrastructure
    Productivity
  • National Education Technology Plan (NETP)
    1.0 Learning:
    All learners will have engaging and empowering learning experiences both in and out of school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globally networked society.
    2.0 Assessment:
    Our education system at all levels will leverage the power of technology to measure what matters and use assessment data for continuous improvement.
    3.0 Teaching:
    Professional educators will be supported individually and in teams by technology that connects them to data, content, resources, expertise, and learning experiences that enable and inspire more effective teaching for all learners.
    4.0 Infrastructure:
    All students and educators will have access to a comprehensive infrastructure for learning when and where they need it.
    5.0 Productivity:
    Our education system at all levels will redesign processes and structures to take advantage of the power of technology to improve learning outcomes while making more efficient use of time, money and staff.
  • Technology Plan for Anton ISD
    This is a screen shot of the Anton ISD Technology plan in the Edit mode. I last updated this plan in September of the current school year in anticipation of presenting it to the school board prior to taking bids for a major Infrastructure upgrade. We have taken bids, submitted our 470’s and are awaiting June to discover if we are to be funded.
  • Technology Plan for Anton ISD
    Sections 1-4
    School information
    Superintendent: Jim Knight
    P.O. Box 309
    Anton, TX 79313
    Contact person for ePlan
    Shannon Copeland
    District Technology Coordinator
    scopeland@esc17.net
  • Technology Plan for Anton ISD
    Needs assessment:
    • Expand use of technology in the classroom
    • More teacher professional development in the field of technology
    • Develop more communication technology to involve the community
    • Expand existing infrastructure to increase student learning and provide for more efficient instructional management.
    (Anton ISD, 2011)
  • Technology Plan for Anton ISD Goals and Objectives
    GOAL 1: Anton ISD will prepare students for a technologically advancing world.
    OBJECTIVE 1.1:Students will demonstrate competent use of technology through funding made available for software/hardware upgrades and professional teacher development.
    OBJECTIVE 1.2:Students will acquire and apply technological knowledge, ethics and skills within the curriculum
    OBJECTIVE 1.3:Students will have access to technological devices
    OBJECTIVE 1.4:Provide fully equipped classrooms with technology to enhance student instruction.
    GOAL 2: AISD will access and utilize current technologies.OBJECTIVE 2.1:Train on an on-going basis to use and teach current software and hardware applications
    OBJECTIVE 2.2:Require all faculty and staff to use current technology in teaching
    (Anton ISD, 2011)
  • Technology Plan for Anton ISD Goals and Objectives cont.
    OBJECTIVE 2.3:Staff will be provided with modern technology
    OBJECTIVE 2.4:Use technology to impact the teacher role and collaborative learning.OBJECTIVE 2.5:Increase teacher use of technology for administrative functions, research, lesson planning, presentations, correspondence and integration that transforms the teaching process.
    OBJECTIVE 2.6:Facilitate all administrators in promoting the integration of appropriate technologies.
    OBJECTIVE 2.7:Provide technology professional development through a variety of delivery systems
    OBJECTIVE 2.8:Develop a technology budget based on district needs
    OBJECTIVE 2.9:Fund appropriately for technology through state initiatives, technology allotments, grants, e-rate discounts, bond funds, business partnerships, donations, foundations and local funding. (Anton ISD, 2011)
  • Technology Plan for Anton ISD Goals and Objectives cont.
    OBJECTIVE 2.10:Provide distance learning opportunities through web-based, and two-way video at all campuses
    GOAL 3:AISD will form a partnership with the community to provide opportunities involving current technology OBJECTIVE 3.1:AISD will encourage participation from parents, business persons, and other community members in decision making regarding technology
    OBJECTIVE 3.2:Community will have access to the district’s technological resources to acquire knowledge and provide support. Local Sr. citizens are currently attending basic computer classes in our HS computer lab. Parents have used the ITV technology to take post-graduate classes from TTU.
    OBJECTIVE 3.3:Encourage community participation by providing awareness and by sharing community expertise in areas of technology. (Anton ISD, 2011)
  • ePlan Certificate from TEAAnton ISD
    (Anton ISD, 2011)
  • Recommendations for our Local Planbased on the National and State LRPT’s
    Teaching and Learning Recommendations:
    Integrate the Technology Applications TEKS within the foundation curriculum at each grade
    level and provide
    Educator Preparation Recommendations:
    Require and support high-quality, professional development to ensure the effective use of
    technology and full integration of technology across all subject areas and all grade levels and to further the implementation of the Technology Applications TEKS and the acquisition of SBEC Technology Applications standards by all educators.
    Establish requirements for professional learning for all educators
    Leadership Recommendations:
    Provide professional development for teaching and integrating Technology Applications into
    the foundation and enrichment TEKS through multiple delivery methods.
    Allocate at least 30 percent of technology allotment budget for professional development.
    Infrastructure Recommendations:
    Build community support for anytime, anywhere Internet access through collaborative
    planning, education, public information and other means.
    Maintain an obsolescence policy to ensure maximum efficiency and use of technology and
    infrastructure by all students and staff.
  • References
    Anton ISD Technology Plan (2011). Anton ISD Technology Plan, 2009-2012. Retrieved May 11, 2011, from https://www.sedl.org/cgi-bin/mysql/eplan/eplan.cgi?l=createedit&s=1109015925250512082333
    Enhancing Education Through Technology Act of 2001 (2001). Texas Long Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020. Retrieved May 11, 2011, from http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5082&menu_id=2147483665
    School Technology and Readiness (2011) STaR Chart, Retrieved May 11, 2011, from http://starchart.esc12.net/
    Shimabukuro, J. (2010, November 10). A glimpse at the 2010 National Education Technology Plan. ETC Journal, Retrieved May 11, 2011 from http://etcjournal.com/2010/11/10/glimpse-transforming-american-education-learning-powered-by-technology/
     
    Texas Education Agency e-Plan System (2010). View/Create/Edit Technology Plan for Anton ISD. Retrieved May 11, 2011, from https://www.sedl.org/cgi-bin/mysql/eplan/eplan.cgi?l=createedit&s=1109015925250512082333
    Texas Long Range Plan for Technology (2010). Texas Long Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020. Retrieved May 11, 2011, from http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index2.aspx?id=5082&menu_id=2147483665
    Technology Planning and E-Rate Support Center (2011) TPESC, Retrieved May 11, 2011, from http://tpesc.esc12.net/eplan/components.html