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Needville isd educational technology plan alfonso ramirez

  1. 1. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2011-2014Alfonso Ramírez
  2. 2. AGENDA National Educational Technology Plan Texas Long-Range Plan for Technology Needville ISD Technology Plan 2011-2014 Goals of the Plan Evaluation Summary
  3. 3. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PLANGOALS:1.0 Learning: Engage and Empower: All learners will have engaging and empowering learning experiences both in and out of school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globally networked society.
  4. 4. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PLANGOALS:2.0 Assessment: Measure What Matters: Our education system at all levels will leverage the power of technology to measure what matters and use assessment data for continuous improvement.
  5. 5. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PLANGOALS:3.0 Teaching: Prepare and Connect: Professional educators will be supported individually and in teams by technology that connects them to data, content, resources, expertise, and learning experiences that enable and inspire more effective teaching for all learners.
  6. 6. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PLANGOALS:4.0 Infrastructure: Access and Enable: All students and educators will have access to a comprehensive infrastructure for learning when and where they need it.
  7. 7. NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY PLANGOALS:5.0 Productivity: Redesign and Transform: Our education system at all levels will redesign processes and structures to take advantage of the power of technology to improve learning outcomes while making more efficient use of time, money, and staff.
  8. 8. TEXAS LONG-RANGE PLAN FOR TECHNOLOGY, 2006-2020Four areas of development Teaching and Learning Educator Preparation and Development Leadership, Administration And Instructional Support Infrastructure for Technology
  9. 9. TEXAS LONG-RANGE PLAN FOR TECHNOLOGY, 2006-2020Vision 2020: Imagine an education system where……Students can expect higher performance and deeper engagement in academic, real world endeavors by accessing digital tools and resources available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week (24/7) appropriate to individual strengths, needs, and learning styles. Students know they will be prepared to thrive in a global workforce with changing economic implications.
  10. 10. TEXAS LONG-RANGE PLAN FOR TECHNOLOGY, 2006-2020Vision 2020: Imagine an education system where……Parents can expect not only to participate more directly in their children’s education but also to improve their own knowledge as parents and citizens. Communications increase as parents have 24/7 access to learning resources and student information such as achievement, attendance, and discipline.
  11. 11. TEXAS LONG-RANGE PLAN FOR TECHNOLOGY, 2006-2020Vision 2020: Imagine an education system where……Educators can expect to access and use student information on demand in order to individualize instruction. The use of digital tools and resources and 24/7 professional development opportunities transform the educators’ role in the educational process. Increased communication will enhance collaboration between school, home, and community.
  12. 12. TEXAS LONG-RANGE PLAN FOR TECHNOLOGY, 2006-2020Vision 2020: Imagine an education system where……Community and school board members can expect more effective and efficient use of fiscal resources and human capital. Increased communication and participation in the educational decision-making process is enhanced through the use of anytime, anywhere digital tools and resources.
  13. 13. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2011-2014District Profile: Number of Campuses 4 Total Student Enrollment 2596 Economicaly Disadvantaged: 36.48% Technology Expenditures: $1,002,128.00
  14. 14. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN2011-2014District Profile: 100% of classrooms with Internet connection 3 students for every computer 1 teacher for every computer $ 386.03 technology expenditure per student
  15. 15. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2011-2014Summary:The Needville Independent School District Plan for Technology covers the district’s use of technology for the next 3 years. Using the No Child Left Behind, ERate, and Texas Long Range Plan for Technology objectives, this plan focuses on student academic growth enhanced by technology.
  16. 16. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN2011-2014 Goal s
  17. 17. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN2011-20141- Through an integrated curriculum,Needville ISD will provide students withopportunities to use current technology to promote lifelong learning.
  18. 18. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2011-20142- Needville ISD will provide faculty and staff with current technology and training to maximize professional performance.
  19. 19. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2011-20143- Needville ISD will provide administrators with current technology and training to streamline tasks for district efficiency.
  20. 20. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN2011-2014 4- Needville ISD will develop a technology learning partnership between the district and the community.
  23. 23. NEEDVILLE ISD TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2011-2014Evaluation Process: Will be an ongoing process. The District Technology Committee will be responsible for the evaluation Results will be used to make decisions Texas STaR chart results will guide progress towards the goals of the plan.
  24. 24. REFERENCES:E-Rate Suport Center. (n.d.). E-Rate. Retrieved May 12, 2012, from Communications Commission. (s.f.). Childrens Internet Protection Act. Recuperado el 12 de May de 2012, de ISD. (n.d.). Needville ISD Technology Plan 2011-2014. Retrieved May 12, 2012, from NEEDVILLE20I1TechnologyPlan.pdfTexas Education Agency. (s.f.). Long Range Plan for Technology (LRPT). Recuperado el 12 de May de 2012, de Department of Education. (n.d.). Transforming American Education Learning Powered by Technology. Retrieved May 12, 2012, from