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Texas Star Chart

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  • 1. Texas Star Chart A technology gathering-data tool provided by the state of Texas
  • 2. What is the Texas STaR Chart?
    • It is a tool that is for campuses to use to determine goals and progress of reaching those goals of the Texas Long Range Technology Plan.
  • 3. STaR Chart
    • The Texas STaR Chart is made up of 4 key domains:
    • Teaching and Learning
    • Educator Preparation
    • Administration and Support
    • Infrastructure
  • 4. Levels Of Progress
    • There are 4 levels of progression that make up the STaR Chart.
    • 1.Early Tech
    • 2.Developing Tech
    • 3.Advanced Tech
    • 4.Target Tech
  • 5. What Does this Information Tell Us About Our Campus??
    • Summary of Key Areas from the past 3 years:
    2008-09: Advanced 2007-08: Advanced 2006-07: Advanced Infrastructure for Technology 2008-09: Advanced 2007-08: Developing 2006-07: Advanced Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support 2008-09: Developing 2007-08: Developing 2006-07: Advanced Educator Preparation and Development 2008-09: Developing 2007-08: Developing 2006-07: Developing Teaching and Learning
  • 6. Where We Need To Be…
    • Teaching and learning:
    • -teacher serves as facilitator
    • -on demand access to all
    • appropriate technologies to
    • complete activities that have
    • been integrated into all content
    • core areas
  • 7. Where We Need To Be…
    • Educator Preparation:
    • -technology learner-centered projects
    • -100% of educators meet the
    • SBEC standards
    • -30% or more of budget is
    • allocated to professional
    • development
  • 8. Where We Need To Be:
    • Administration and Support:
    • -campus plan focused on student success, supported by board and administration
    • -1 technical support for every 350 computers
    • -Technology Allotment, e-Rate, state and federal grants and local funding are available.
  • 9. Where We Need To Be…
    • Infrastructure:
    • -on demand access for every student
    • -all rooms are connected
    • to WAN
    • -all rooms are fully equipped
    • with appropriate technology
  • 10. STaR Summary
    • -We are able as a campus, to look at the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology and see where we are compared to other campuses in different districts and where our strengths and weaknesses are.
    • -It helps us to plan future goals to improve the integration of technology and to reach the technology goals of the state.
  • 11. STaR Chart
    • For further information on more about the STaR Chart and how to use it visit the site below.
    • http://starchart.esc12.net

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