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Midland isd long term technology plan Approved by TEA 2010-2013
Technology Committee Administration- Central Office Superintendent Three assistant superintendents, including the one in charge of instruction. The executive director in charge of instructional services and federal programs. The executive director in charge of accountability and PEIMS. The district’s textbook coordinator
Technology Committee (2) Technology/Facilities Staff Executive Director of Technology Network Administrator Instructional Technology Supervisor Three technology trainers Administrative Supervisor- Facility Control and Compliance Services
Technology Committee (3) Campus Staff Two high school principals A junior high principal An elementary principal A high school teacher A junior high teacher Three elementary technology teachers Teacher Communications Committee Chairperson
Technology Committee (4) Community Members VP Information Technology & Facilities, Midland College Midland College President Education Foundation Director Region 18 Director Chamber of Commerce president
Current Technology Plan Highlights of process Approved for 3 years: 2010-2013 Submitted March 12, 2010 Approved by Region 18 and TEA 2010 Technology Plan Approval Certificate (PDF)
Current Technology Plan (2) Revisions and Input Assembled the committee and created technology plan blog in 2009 Met face-to-face for final revisions On-going blog topics
Tech Plan Requirements TEA LRPT Objectives-Star Chart Educator Preparation and Development Infrastructure for Technology Leadership, Administration and Support Teaching and Learning
Tech Plan Requirements (2) E-rate Requirements Plan must improve education or library services in the areas of telecommunications and information technology with a clear and realistic strategy Plan should include professional development to ensure successful implementation of new technologies
Tech Plan Requirements (3) NCLB Requirements (summary) Strategies/Goals to promote student technology literacy/ teacher capacity Increased Access for all students and tools for teachers Promotion of technology integration in curricula On-going professional development Consider the costs for required technology
Tech Plan Requirements (4) NCLB Requirements (continued) Coordination of local resources with state/federal Develop curriculum integration timelines Innovate with delivery strategies Communicate with parents regarding technology access and curriculum Work with adult literacy providers Quantify integration of technology in the curriculum Show resources to implement technology: infrastructure, network, tech support, etc.
Plan Outline/Structure District Profile Plan Introduction Executive Summary Needs Assessment Goals, Objectives, and Strategies Budget Evaluation
Tech Plan Sample An excerpt from the plan with an Objective and Strategy Objective 1.1: All students will have access to and use a variety of resources to improve academic achievement and technology literacy.Budget for this objective: $651,830.95LRPT Category: Teaching and LearningE-Rate Correlates: ER01 ER02 NCLB Correlates: 01 02 03 07 08 11 12 Strategy 1.1.1: Students and teachers will use a variety of hardware and software as appropriate to align with the Texas Technology Applications TEKS and enhance learning. State: RevisedStatus: In ProgressTimeline: 7/01/2010 - 6/30/2013Person(s) Responsible: Campus administrators or designees, Curriculum area directorsEvidence: Lesson plans will reflect the use of technology by students as outlined in the TA TEKS. STaR Chart results from Area TL1, Patterns of Classroom Use
Technology Plan Updates Full 2010-2013 plan available at www.midlandisd.net Recent Updates (December 2010) New committee members New district enrollment statistics E-rate yr. 14 updates Planned Network overhauls at some schools Planned increased Wi-Fi access points Planned increased districts internet bandwidth
Conclusion Tech Plan Revisions are continuous Deadlines are every year before E-rate 470 forms are filed to include new changes Planning committee never disbanded, only updating of member list. Every 3 years, must re-write the tech plan. Existing one a starting point.