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Texas s ta r chart
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  • 1. De Zavala Middle School
  • 2. Agenda
    • Introduction to the Texas STaR Chart
    • Purpose of the STaR Chart
    • Key Areas of the STaR Chart
    • Our Campus Past/Present
    • Strengths, Weaknesses and Goals
    • How Are We Going to Get There?
  • 3. Introduction to the Texas STaR Chart
    • STaR
      • School Technology and Readiness
    • An online assessment used to determine campuses and districts technology growth and development
    • Completed yearly
    • The information gained from the STaR Chart helps schools determine if they are meeting their technology goals and provides documentation to NCLB to determine future technology funding (Texas STaR Chart, 2006).
    • Aligned with the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020.
  • 4. Purpose of the STaR Chart
    • STaR Chart helps teachers to answer critical technology questions:
      • “ In what areas can I improve my level of technology integration to ensure the best possible teaching and learning for my students” (Texas STaR Chart, 2006)?
        • Go to http://starchart.esc12.net/history.html for a complete list of questions.
    • STaR Chart may be used to help teachers and administrators:
      • Identify professional development needs (Texas STaR Chart, 2006).
        • Go to http://starchart.esc12.net/history.html for a complete list of STaR Chart uses.
  • 5. Key Areas of the STaR Chart
    • Key Areas of Readiness (Categories of Readiness)
      • Key Area I: Teaching and Learning
      • Key Area II: Educator Preparation and Development
      • Key Area III: Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
      • Key Area IV: Infrastructure for Technology
    • Key Area STaR Classifications (Levels of Progress)
      • Early Tech (6-8)
      • Developing Tech (9-14)
      • Advanced Tech (15-20)
      • Target Tech (21-24)
  • 6. Our Campus Past/Present Key Areas 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 2009-2010 Teaching and Learning Developing Tech Developing Tech Developing Tech Developing Tech Educator Preparation and Development Developing Tech Developing Tech Developing Tech Developing Tech Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support Developing Tech Developing Tech Developing Tech Advanced Tech Infrastructure for Technology Advanced Tech Advanced Tech Advanced Tech Advanced Tech
  • 7. Strengths, Weaknesses and Goals
    • Strengths
      • Campus’ Infrastructure for Technology (Advanced Tech Total 19)
    • Weaknesses
      • Educator Preparation and Development (Developing Tech Total 12)
    • Goals
      • To continue to improve/increase in the STaR Classifications, no stagnation
      • To achieve Target Tech/mastery in all Key Areas
  • 8. How Are We Going to Get There?
    • Additional technology staff development
    • Adding more technology to the campus
    • Integrate technology into lesson plans more frequently
    • Know and understand the Technology Application TEKS
    • Being a team and sharing with one another the technology information that we gain
  • 9. Reference
    • Texas STaR Chart: School technology and readiness: The campus chart. (2006). Austin, TX: Texas Education Agency.

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