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Technology Use PlanDevelopment Guidelines<br />EMMETT      ENSURES<br />EDUCATIONAL         EXCELLENCE<br />Emmett School ...
A technology use plan is a organized way to…<br />reflect on current uses of technology.<br />analyze the technological ne...
1. Recruit committed team members<br />2. Evaluate our current technology uses<br />3. Reflect on strengths and weaknesses...
Who should be part of the team and planning process?	<br />Representatives from all demographics that are effected by our ...
Current uses and beliefs<br />Professional interests <br />Level of knowledge<br />Hardware and Software issues<br />Knowl...
Questions to consider<br />What is the vision for technology in your school district or school? Does this include technolo...
“In the Bellingham School District, the learning community will be technologically literate life-long learners. Learners w...
Goals<br />The big picture<br />What the end result will be<br />When all of the objectives are met, then that goal is met...
Sample Goals and Objectives<br />Goal 3: Use technology to support the academic and technological progress of all students...
Needs assessment will help guide<br />Instructional Technology<br />Internet based teaching<br />Software for specific cur...
Timeline<br />
3 levels of evaluation<br />Level one: Annual evaluation of overall plan <br />Level two: Monthly evaluation of one or two...
Minnesota Department of Education, Technology Planning Guide (PDF File)<br />Bellingham Public Schools, Technology and Lea...
Valora Hodges<br />Emmett School District #221<br />601 E. Third Street<br />Emmett, Idaho 83617<br />(208) 870-5701<br />...
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  1. 1. Technology Use PlanDevelopment Guidelines<br />EMMETT ENSURES<br />EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE<br />Emmett School District<br />
  2. 2. A technology use plan is a organized way to…<br />reflect on current uses of technology.<br />analyze the technological need of our school district.<br />systematically devise a detailed way to meet these needs.<br />Why develop a use plan?<br />
  3. 3. 1. Recruit committed team members<br />2. Evaluate our current technology uses<br />3. Reflect on strengths and weaknesses of our <br /> current status<br />4. Asses the needs of the population<br />5. Create a vision statement<br />6. Develop goals and objectives<br />7. Determine professional development needed<br />8. Create a timeline<br />9. Develop a strategy for plan evaluation<br />What are the steps in developing a technology use plan?<br />
  4. 4. Who should be part of the team and planning process? <br />Representatives from all demographics that are effected by our level of technology such as...<br />Parents<br />Administrators<br />Teachers<br />Technology Staff<br />Students<br />Auxiliary Staff<br />Board Members<br />Other Community Members<br />
  5. 5. Current uses and beliefs<br />Professional interests <br />Level of knowledge<br />Hardware and Software issues<br />Knowledge of Standards (NETS)<br />Students as well as Teachers and other staff.<br />Sample Survey:<br />http://www.surveyconsole.com/console/TakeSurvey?id=516623 <br />What needs should be addressed in the assessment instrument?<br />
  6. 6. Questions to consider<br />What is the vision for technology in your school district or school? Does this include technology that includes universal design features and assistive and accessible<br /> technology?<br />How does your vision for technology support your overarching vision and mission for students and teachers in the school?<br />Emmett School District’s vision and mission statement<br />(Minnesota Department of Education, Technology Planning Guide pg.16)<br />Vision Statement<br />
  7. 7. “In the Bellingham School District, the learning community will be technologically literate life-long learners. Learners will be able to interact successfully in a technological environment to achieve their personal, education, and workplace goals. They will skillfully use technology to access, retrieve, and use information school-wide, community-wide, nationally, and internationally.”<br />(Bellingham Public Schools Technology and Learning Implementation Plan, pg.4)<br />Sample Vision Statement<br />
  8. 8. Goals<br />The big picture<br />What the end result will be<br />When all of the objectives are met, then that goal is met<br />Objectives<br />Break down the goal into smaller obtainable actions<br />Specifics: who and what will be accomplished<br />Can be broken down further into benchmarks<br />Benchmarks<br />Very specific<br />Includes dates to be completed by<br />Easy to monitor progress<br />Goals and Objectives<br />
  9. 9. Sample Goals and Objectives<br />Goal 3: Use technology to support the academic and technological progress of all students<br /> Objective 3.1: Maintain and/or expand accessibility of technology to all students, including GATE, Title 1, ELL, SDC, and RSP.<br /> Benchmark 3.1a: By June 2005, school site administrators will ensure that all special students populations have current and/or expanded accessibility to technology<br />Newhall School District, Technology Use Plan (pg. 9)<br />
  10. 10. Needs assessment will help guide<br />Instructional Technology<br />Internet based teaching<br />Software for specific curriculum and content area<br />Assistive Technology<br />School Master<br />Google <br />Office products<br />Technology Standards<br />Effective Procedures for Implementation<br />Other Resource:<br />Newhall School District Plan: “The Design Elements for High Quality Professional Development” (pg. 14)<br />Suggestions for Staff Development<br />
  11. 11. Timeline<br />
  12. 12. 3 levels of evaluation<br />Level one: Annual evaluation of overall plan <br />Level two: Monthly evaluation of one or two sections of the plan<br />Level three: Weekly evaluation of subsections of one specific section of the plan.<br />Example: November will be for evaluating our needs assessment: examine current, strengths and weaknesses, and future improvement of. Every week in November, rewrite a different section of needs assessment to reflect the above findings. <br />How will the evaluation be structured?<br />
  13. 13. Minnesota Department of Education, Technology Planning Guide (PDF File)<br />Bellingham Public Schools, Technology and Learning Implementation Plan (PDF File)<br />Newhall School District, Technology Use Plan (PDF File)<br />Pajaro Valley Unified School District Technology Plan -2008-20011 (PDF File)<br />References<br />
  14. 14. Valora Hodges<br />Emmett School District #221<br />601 E. Third Street<br />Emmett, Idaho 83617<br />(208) 870-5701<br />vhodges@isd221.net<br />last update: 11/1/2008<br />Contact Information<br />
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