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Roosevelt Wilson Star Chart


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Roosevelt Wilson Star Chart

  1. 1. Roosevelt-Wilson Star Chart Results<br />2008-2009<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br /><ul><li>What is a STaR Chart
  3. 3. Key Area Summary I: Teaching and Learning
  4. 4. Key Area Summary II: Educator Preparation and Development
  5. 5. Key Area Summary III:Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
  6. 6. Key Area Summary IV: Infrastructure for Technology
  7. 7. R-W Comparison from the last 3 years
  8. 8. Conclusion</li></li></ul><li>Star: School Technology and readiness<br />The Texas Campus Star Chart is a tool designed for use in technology planning, budgeting for resources and evaluation of progress in local technology projects.<br />The STaR chart produces a profile of your campus’ status toward reaching the goals of the Long Range Plan for Technology and No Child Left Behind.<br />
  9. 9. Both the teacher star chart and the campus star chart are divided into four key areas of the long range plan for technology:<br /><ul><li>Key Area Summary I: Teaching and Learning
  10. 10. Key Area Summary II: Educator Preparation and Development
  11. 11. Key Area Summary III:Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support
  12. 12. Key Area Summary IV: Infrastructure for Technology</li></li></ul><li>What are the results of Roosevelt-Wilson’s Star chart?<br />You can get the results for the nation, state, district, or our campus by going to:<br />Http://<br />
  13. 13. Key Area summary I: Teaching and Learning:<br />Patterns of Classroom Use- 2<br />Frequency/ Design of Instructional Setting- 2<br />Content Area Connections- 2<br />Technology Applications TEKS Implementation-2<br />Student Mastery of Technology Applications-2<br />Online Learning<br />Total: 11 Developing<br />
  14. 14. Key Area summary II: Educator Preparation and Development<br />Professional Development Experiences -1<br />Models of Professional Development-1<br />Capabilities of Educators-2<br />Access to Professional Development-2<br />Levels of Understanding and Patterns of Use-2<br />Professional Development for Online Learning- 1<br />Total- 9 Developing<br />
  15. 15. Key Area Summary: III Leadership, administration and instructional support<br />Leadership and Vision-1<br />Planning-1<br />Instructional Support-1<br />Communication and Collaboration-2<br />Budget-1<br />Leadership and Support for Online Learning-2<br />Total-1 Early<br />
  16. 16. Infrastructure of Technology<br />In this picture you can see the implementation of the new technology that each of our classrooms have. This picture shows the LCD projector and screen.<br />
  17. 17. Infrastructure of Technology<br />This picture show the teacher computer station. This station include a desktop computer, a printer, speakers, a cable that enables you to show Power Points from the projector as well as run the Elmo, and a phone.<br />
  18. 18. Key Area Summary IV: Infrastructure for Technology<br />Students per Computer- 2<br />Internet Access Connectivity Speed- 3<br />Other Classroom Technology- 2<br />Technical Support- 2<br />Local Area Network Wide Area Network-2<br />Distance Learning Capacity- 2<br />Total- 13 Developing<br />
  19. 19. How are we changing?<br />
  20. 20. What trends did you see?<br />What do you think attributed to those trends?<br />
  21. 21. Conclusion<br />Roosevelt-Wilson can achieve advanced measures in all Key Areas, but it will take a team. <br />Administrators who provide Technology Professional Development opportunities in a variety of ways.<br />Teachers who are willing to stretch themselves to meet the technology needs of the students we have in our classrooms today.<br />