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  • 1. E-Rate What is it, and how does it affect technology in Klein?
  • 2. Agenda
    • Norms
    • Overview of E-Rate
    • Overview of Klein’s District Technology Plan
    • Summary
    • Questions
  • 3. Norms
    • Turn off or silence cell phones
    • Be respectful and active listeners
    • Ask questions
    • Limit side conversations
    • Take care of your needs
  • 4. E-Rate
    • Federal Program
    • Supports connectivity in school
    • Schools must apply to be considered
    • Technology plans must be submitted
  • 5. CIPA
    • Children’s Internet Protection Act
    • Schools must comply to receive funding
    • Filters required
    • Online safety instruction required
    • Impacts use of personal cell phones, laptops, and other technological devices
    • Work cited: Information from National Educational Technology Plan: Learning Powered by Technology. Retrieved from http://www.ed.gov/sites/default/files/NETP-2010_final-report.pdf
  • 6. Klein’s Technology Plan
    • Goal-Enhanced teaching and learning
    • Determine skills needed
    • Abandon practices of lesser value
    • Focus on learning new skills necessary for student success
  • 7. Texas STaR Charts
    • State STaR chart
    • District STaR chart
    • Campus STaR chart
  • 8. Needs Analysis
    • Professional Development
    • Technology classes available from district, campus, and online
    • Teacher to computer 1:1
    • Student to computer 3:1
    • District Infrastructure
    • Help Desk
  • 9. Goal 1
    • Implement teaching and learning strategies that incorporate 21 st century tools, context, and content
  • 10. Objective 1
    • Increase all students’ academic performance
    • Strategies
      • Use data to assess needs and develop learning plans
      • Emphasize communication skills
      • Target areas of need
      • Benchmarks
      • Teacher web pages
  • 11. Objective 2
    • District and campus planning will focus on use of technology
    • Strategies
      • Use of TATEKS
      • Use of technology best practices
  • 12. Objective 3
    • All students will use 21 st century tools by mastering the TATEKS
    • Strategies
      • Embed TATEKS into core curriculum
      • Embed TATEKS into other curriculum
      • Use of benchmarks for grades 5 and 8
      • Use of technolgy strategies
  • 13. Objective 4
    • All teachers will create a 21 st century context for learning and students will see the value and relevance of new skills and knowledge
    • Strategies
      • Students will use a variety of technology tools
      • Manage distribution of laptop computers
  • 14. Objective 5
    • Students will appropriately use technology tools to master 21 st century content
    • Strategies Teachers and students will use 21 st century tools
      • to collaborate globally
      • to participate in government and the community
  • 15. Objective 6
    • Use distance learning
    • Strategies
      • Explore and implement distance learning options
      • Non traditional students
      • Advanced placement
      • Credit recovery
  • 16. Objective 7
    • Function of libraries and librarians
    • Strategies
      • Online resources
      • Librarians will provide instruction for Internet safety
      • Librarians will provide campus based instructional technology support
  • 17. Objective 8
    • Continue to deploy Technology Baseline Standard Initiative (TBSI)
    • Strategies
      • Provide technology tools to all classrooms
      • Provide professional development to support the TBSI
  • 18. Goal 2
    • Provide high quality, on-going, systemic, job-embedded professional development for all staff
  • 19. Objective 1
    • All employees will meet or exceed the SBEC technology application standards for beginning users
    • Strategies
      • Choose professional development based on results on teacher STaR Chart
      • Technology professional development classes will be provided free of charge
      • Variety of classes available
  • 20. Other objectives based on budgets and infrastructure
  • 21. Klenk’s Technology Plan
    • Goal 1:All Klein ISD teachers, librarians and administrators will demonstrate competency and proficiency in all five standards of the SBEC standards
  • 22. Strategies to meet Goal 1
    • Review STaR chart data with Technology team
    • Administrators will meet with teachers needing help to plan and assign workshops
    • TL2s will meet and plan specific lessons with teams
  • 23. Goal 2
    • All teachers will utilize the technology tools provided for classroom learning on a regular basis.
    • Specific tools are those included in the TBSI, including Starboard, eInstruction, and document cameras
  • 24. Summary
    • We must prepare students for the 21 st century
    • Utilizing technology will be key in that preparation
  • 25. Questions