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Technology Action Plan
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Technology Action Plan

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  • 1. Technology Action Plan Mildred Williams Woodson K-8
  • 2. Part 1: Development of an organization chart integrating technology
    • Objective :
    • All (100%) teachers will be able to utilize Campus Online, ASPIRE, and Teacher Workbench in conjunction with myschoollife.com. These tools will be used to analyze their class data to improve instruction and write and implement interventions for struggling students.
    • Teachers will also utilize technology in classrooms as well as laboratories (Science teachers) 50% as part of their instructional strategies to implement differentiation.
    • All staff members will be encouraged to use the E-train for training modules provided by the district.
    • In-house training will be provided during Departmental meeting times to insure that all staff members are familiar with the E-train Express log in process and method.
    • Training will also continue for Gradespeed and Chancery.
    • Goal :
    • The entire teaching staff of Woodson K-8 utilizing technology as an instructional tool and instructional strategy to have technology literate children from grades Pre-K through 8 th Grade.
    • All teachers will have the training and support they need to help students learn using computers as well as other technology appropriate hard ware and software;
    • All teachers and students will have modern multimedia computers in their classrooms with various type of display equipment.
    • Every classroom will be connected to various levels of information gathering channels (internet, intranet, video conferencing)
    • Effective and engaging software and on-line learning resources will be an integral part of every school’s curriculum.
    School : Woodson K-8 Plan Designer : Mildred Williams Principa l: Linda Whitley
  • 3. Computer lab, printers, projector, and screen No cost May 2010 Monica Jackson 6 th Grade ELA Teacher/ELA Department Chair ASPIRE Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, projector, and screen No cost December – May 2010 Monica Jackson 6 th Grade ELA Teacher/ELA Department Chair Gradespeed Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, printers, projector, and screen No cost December – May 2010 KayMartha Williams 8 th Grade Mathematics Teacher/Mathematic Department Chair Teacher Workbench Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, printers, projector, and screen No cost December – May 2010 Mildred Williams 8 th Grade Science Teacher/Science Department Chair KayMartha Williams 8 th Grade Mathematics Teacher/Mathematic Department Chair Campus Online /MYSCHOOLLIFE.COM Principal Role Materials/Resources & Cost Timeline Name /Job Title of facilitator Strategy
  • 4. Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, printers, projector, 4 SMART Boards, and screen $8000.00 (SMART Board) June 2010 Boe Washington 8 th Grade Science Teacher Mildred Williams 8 th Grade Science Teacher/Science Department Chair SMART Board and Powerpoint Aid in monitoring of the staffs attendance at this feeder pattern training. Computer lab, printers, projector, AEIS Report, and screen No cost June 2010 Andre Mathews Worthing High School 9 th Academy Principal AEIS Reports
  • 5. Part 2: Professional Development Planning
    • Objective :
    • All (100%) teachers will be able to utilize Campus Online, ASPIRE, and Teacher Workbench in conjunction with myschoollife.com. These tools will be used to analyze their class data to improve instruction and write and implement interventions for struggling students.
    • Teachers will also utilize technology in classrooms as well as laboratories (Science teachers) 50% as part of their instructional strategies to implement differentiation.
    • All staff members will be encouraged to use the E-train for training modules provided by the district.
    • In-house training will be provided during Departmental meeting times to insure that all staff members are familiar with the E-train Express log in process and method.
    • Training will also continue for Gradespeed and Chancery.
    • Goal :
    • The entire teaching staff of Woodson K-8 utilizing technology as an instructional tool and instructional strategy to have technology literate children from grades Pre-K through 8 th Grade.
    • All teachers will have the training and support they need to help students learn using computers as well as other technology appropriate hard ware and software;
    • All teachers and students will have modern multimedia computers in their classrooms with various type of display equipment.
    • Every classroom will be connected to various levels of information gathering channels (internet, intranet, video conferencing)
    • Effective and engaging software and on-line learning resources will be an integral part of every school’s curriculum.
    School : Woodson K-8 Plan Designer : Mildred Williams Principa l: Linda Whitley
  • 6. Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, projector, and screen No cost December – May 2010 Monica Jackson – will train teachers on the use and manipulation of Gradespeed as far as grades, assignments, and overall use of the grade book. Gradespeed Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, printers, projector, and screen No cost December – May 2010 KayMartha Williams – will provide training on log in, printing answer sheets and data charts. She will also train us in the manipulation and reading of the data charts. Teacher Workbench Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, printers, projector, and screen No cost December – May 2010 Mildred & KayMartha Williams – will provide in house training on assigning and creating exams Campus Online /MYSCHOOLLIFE.COM Principal Role Materials/Resources & Cost Timeline Name /Job Title of facilitator Strategy
  • 7. Mandate to the staff that these departmental mandatory, scheduled meetings are to be attended monthly for the in house training. Computer lab, printers, projector, 4 SMART Boards, and screen $8000.00 (SMART Board) June 2010 Boe Washington & Mildred Williams– train staff on the use of SMART Boards to aid in interactive activities in the classroom. We also train staff to write and import Powerpoints into the SMART program SMART Board and Powerpoint Aid in monitoring of the staffs attendance at this feeder pattern training. Computer lab, printers, projector, AEIS Report, and screen No cost June 2010 Andre Mathews – train Woodson staff on how to read and interpret the data on the AEIS Report to aid in instructional strategies and interventions. AEIS Reports Aid in monitoring of the staff’s attendance at training. Computer lab, printers, projector, and screen No cost May 2010 Monica Jackson – train staff on the use of value added to aid in improvement of staff instructional strategies. ASPIRE
  • 8. Part 3: Evaluation Planning for Action Plan
    • Objective :
    • All (100%) teachers will be able to utilize Campus Online, ASPIRE, and Teacher Workbench in conjunction with myschoollife.com. These tools will be used to analyze their class data to improve instruction and write and implement interventions for struggling students.
    • Teachers will also utilize technology in classrooms as well as laboratories (Science teachers) 50% as part of their instructional strategies to implement differentiation.
    • All staff members will be encouraged to use the E-train for training modules provided by the district.
    • In-house training will be provided during Departmental meeting times to insure that all staff members are familiar with the E-train Express log in process and method.
    • Training will also continue for Gradespeed and Chancery.
    • Goal :
    • The entire teaching staff of Woodson K-8 utilizing technology as an instructional tool and instructional strategy to have technology literate children from grades Pre-K through 8 th Grade.
    • All teachers will have the training and support they need to help students learn using computers as well as other technology appropriate hard ware and software;
    • All teachers and students will have modern multimedia computers in their classrooms with various type of display equipment.
    • Every classroom will be connected to various levels of information gathering channels (internet, intranet, video conferencing)
    • Effective and engaging software and on-line learning resources will be an integral part of every school’s curriculum.
    School : Woodson K-8 Plan Designer : Mildred Williams Principa l: Linda Whitley
  • 9. June 2010 Boe Washington & Mildred Williams SMART Board and Poweroints June 2010 Andre Mathews AEIS Report May 2010 Monica Jackson ASPIRE December – May 2010 Monica Jackson Gradespeed December – May 2010 KayMartha Williams Teacher Workbench
    • Monitor log in usage.
    • Monitor lesson plans.
    • Use collected data from walk throughs in informal principal/teacher conferences.
    • As needed- intervention and Personal Growth Plans (PGP)
    December – May 2010 Mildred & KayMartha Williams Campus Online /MYSCHOOLLIFE.COM Evaluation (Principals) Timeline Name /Job Title of facilitator Strategy

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