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Texas Star Chart

  1. 1. Texas Star Chart By: Zulma Bailey
  2. 2.  This slideshow is created to introduce the Texas STaR Chart  Inform faculty of Hastings High School about the results of the STaR Chart findings.
  3. 3.  Is an special online resource created to help Texas teachers assess how effectively they integrate technology into the curriculum.  Texas teachers has voluntarily used the Texas STaR Chart since 2004 and became mandated in 2006-2007 school year.  Has been aligned with the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology 2006-2020
  4. 4.  The STaR Chart focuses on 4 areas: ◦ Teaching and Learning ◦ Educator Preparation and Development ◦ Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support ◦ Infrastructure for Technology  In each area progress ranges from Early Tech to Target Tech.  For additional information please visit http://starchart.esc12.net/
  5. 5.  Key Area 1 : Teaching and Learning ◦ Classified as Developing Tech ◦ Overall Score of 13 out of 24 ◦ Low score of 2 in the areas of Teacher Role and Collaborative Learning, Pattern of Teacher use, Frequency/Design of Instructional Setting, Curriculum Areas, and Patterns of Student of Use ◦ High Score of 3 in the area of Technology Applications TEKS Assignment
  6. 6.  Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development ◦ Overall Score of 15 of 24 with classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in areas of Leadership & Capability of Administrators, Models of Professional Development, Technology Budget Allocated to Technology Professional Development ◦ High Score of 3 in areas of Contact Training, Capability of Educators, Levels of Understanding and Pattern of use.
  7. 7.  Key Area 3 : Administration and Support Services ◦ Overall Score of 13 of 20 with a classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low Score of 2 in areas of Budget and Funding ◦ High Score of 3 in areas of Vision and Planning, Technical Support, Instructional and Administrative Staffing
  8. 8.  Key Area 4 : Infrastructure for Technology ◦ Overall Score of 17 of 20 with classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low Score of 3 in areas of Students per Computers, Distance Learning, Other Technologies ◦ High Score of 4 in the areas of Internet Access Connectivity Speed, LAN/WAN
  9. 9.  Key Area 1 : Teaching and Learning ◦ Classified as Advanced Tech ◦ Overall Score of 16 out of 24 ◦ Low score of 2 in the area of Student Mastery of Technology Applications, Online Learning ◦ High Score of 3 in the areas Pattern Classroom Use Frequency/Design of Instructional Setting, Content Area Connections, Technology Applications (TA) TEKS Implementation
  10. 10.  Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development ◦ Overall Score of 14 of 24 with classification of Developing Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in areas of Professional Development Experiences, Models of Professional Development, Levels of Understanding and Patterns of Use, Professional Development for Online Learning ◦ High Score of 3 in areas of Capabilities of Educators, Access to Professional Development
  11. 11.  Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support ◦ Overall score of 14 of 24 with classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in the area of Leadership and Support for Online Learning ◦ High score of 3 in the areas of Leadership and Vision, Planning, Instructional Support, Communication & Collaboration, Budget
  12. 12.  Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology ◦ Overall Score of 18 of 24 with a classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low Score of 2 in the area of Other Classroom Technology, Technical Support ◦ Score of 3 in the area of Local Area/Wide Area Network, Distance Learning Capacity ◦ High Score of 4 in the areas of Students per Computers, Internet Access Connectivity Speed
  13. 13.  Key Area 1 : Teaching and Learning ◦ Classified as Advanced Tech ◦ Overall Score of 15 out of 24 ◦ Low score of 2 in the areas of Patterns of Classroom Use, Technology Application (TA) TEKS Implementation, Online Learning ◦ High Score of 3 in the area of Frequency/Design of Instructional Setting, Content Area Connections, Student Mastery of Technology Applications
  14. 14.  Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development ◦ Overall Score of 16 of 24 with classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in areas of Professional Development Experiences, Models of Professional Development, Professional Development for Online Learning ◦ Score of 3 in areas of Capabilities of Educators, Levels of Understanding and Patterns of Use ◦ High Score of 4 in area of Access to Professional Development
  15. 15.  Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support ◦ Overall score of 15 of 24 with classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in the area of Leadership and Vision, Instructional Support, Budget ◦ High score of 3 in the areas Planning, Communication & Collaboration, Leadership and Support for Online Learning
  16. 16.  Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology ◦ Overall Score of 17 of 24 with a classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low Score of 2 in the area of Technical Support, Other Classroom Technology, Distance Learning Capacity ◦ Score of 3 in the area of Students per Computers ◦ High Score of 4 in the areas of Internet Access Connectivity Speed, Local Area/Wide Area Network
  17. 17.  Key Area 1 : Teaching and Learning ◦ Overall Score of 15 out of 24 ◦ Classified as Advanced Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in the areas of Online Learning, Pattern of Classroom use, Frequency/Design of Instructional Setting, ◦ High Score of 3 in the areas of Technology Applications (TA) TEKS Implementation, Content Area Connections, Student Mastery of Technology Applications
  18. 18.  Key Area 2: Educator Preparation and Development ◦ Overall Score of 16 of 24 with classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in areas of Models of Professional Development, Professional Development for Online Learning ◦ High score of 3 in areas of Professional Development Experiences, Capabilities of Educators, Levels of Understanding and Patterns of Use, Access to Professional Development
  19. 19.  Key Area 3: Leadership, Administration, and Instructional Support ◦ Overall score of 16 of 24 with classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low score of 2 in the area of Instructional Support, Budget ◦ High score of 3 in the areas Leadership and Vision, Planning, Communication & Collaboration, Leadership and Support for Online Learning
  20. 20.  Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology ◦ Overall Score of 17 of 24 with a classification of Advanced Tech ◦ Low Score of 2 in the area of Technical Support, Other Classroom Technology, Distance Learning Capacity ◦ Score of 3 in the area of Students per Computers ◦ High Score of 4 in the areas of Internet Access Connectivity Speed, Local Area/Wide Area Network
  21. 21.  The STaR Chart has been in use voluntarily since 2004 and was mandated in 2006  The information from the chart supplies administrators with information on how to help his/her campus stay up to date with Technology in the classroom
  22. 22.  Hastings High school findings indicate that the campus has changed a lot over the years  The area that has stayed most consistent of the years is Key Area 4, Infrastructure for Technology. This area has been classified as Advanced Tech since 2005.  The other areas classifications varies over the years since 2005.
  23. 23.  Overall the STaR Chart supplies very valuable information to administrators, princip als and superintendents on keeping their school campuses and district on track to meeting the goals of the Texas Long Range Plan for Technology 2006- 2020.

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