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STaR Chart

  1. 1. School Technology andReadiness (STaR) Chart 2007 - 2010 Summary
  2. 2. Agenda What is the STaR Chart? How did we do? What are our weaknesses? What are our strengths? What do we do next?
  3. 3. STaR Chart Aligned with the Long-Range Plan for Technology, 2006-2020 For use in technology planning, budgeting for resources, and evaluation of progress Profile for our campus Public online tool to view technology readiness
  4. 4. South Houston Intermediate STaR Chart Key Area Summary 2007 - 2010 Created in MS Word by Xavier Barrera, 8th Grade18161412108 2007-20086 2008-20094 2009-201020 Teaching and Educator Leadership, Infrastructure for Learning Preparation and Admnistration and Technology Development Instructional support 6-8 Early Tech 9-14 Developing Tech 15-20 Advanced Tech 21-24 Target Tech
  5. 5. Weaknesses Teaching and Learning Patterns of classroom use Frequency/Design of instructional setting Content area connections
  6. 6. StrengthsLeadership, Administration and Instructional Support Leadership and vision Communication and collaboration Budget
  7. 7. Next Steps"So, lets not just adopt technology into ourschools. Lets adapt it, push it, pull it, iterate withit, experiment with it, test it, and redo it, until wereach the point where we and our kids truly feelweve done our very best."Prensky, M. (2005). Adopt and adapt: Shapingtech for the classroom. Edutopia: The GeorgeLucas Educational Foundation.At So Ho, we have already started this process.
  8. 8. Thank you!This presentation is available at blogspot.com

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