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Technology Integration Action PlanStrategiesStakeholders/Person(s) ResponsibleExpected OutcomesTimelineEvaluationCollabora...
Technology Integration Action Plan
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Technology Integration Action Plan

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Technology Integration Action Plan including acquiring equipment, professional development, and leadership opportunities.

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Technology Integration Action Plan

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Technology Integration Action PlanStrategiesStakeholders/Person(s) ResponsibleExpected OutcomesTimelineEvaluationCollaborative technology integration planning using a ning or wiki to collaborateSuperintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Technology Director, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Instructional Technologists, and a sampling of campus instructional staffMore comprehensive plan for aquiring needed technology; provide campus principals with information on the types of technologies already available; help in integrating AEIS data, AYP data, and STaR Chart results in all planning; help the district and campus leadership budget for individual campus technology needsBeginning with 2009 – 2010 school year, ongoingCompletion and approval of the district’s Technology Plan; funding added to campus budgets to acquire needed technologies based on group discussions and recommendationsUpgrade Infrastructure to support wireless technologiesTechnology Director, Superintendent, Assistant SuperintendentAbility to provide mobile labs with laptops for classroom use; save money on having to run new wiring for current “drops”.January 2010 – August 2010Completion of project; all campuses have high speed wireless capabilitiesContinue contract for CSCOPE, a web-based curriculumInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Assistant Superintendent, and campus Instructional TechnologistsCurriculum aligns TEKS K-12; provides specificity to TEKS; project based lessons and activities; easily update lessons to integrate technology into TEKS aligned lessons.2009 and beyondEval: May 2010Student assessment data, including AEIS data; increase the met standard rate as outlined in the campus improvement planUpgrade videoconferencing equipment to provide distance learning opportunities for staff and studentsTechnology Director, Instructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Assistant Superintendent, and campus Instructional TechnologistsProvide opportunities for professional development for teachers and opportunities for more course offerings for studentsJune 2010 – December 2010Eval: December 2010Acquistion of equipment from approved vendorContinue using DMAC to dissaggregate state assessment dataInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Assistant Superintendent, and campus Instructional TechnologistsAllows instant access to student data to target areas of low performance.2009 and beyondAcquiring through contract with ESC; Use DMAC to run reports and target areas of low performanceInstructional staff professional development on using CSCOPEInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Campus Instructional TechnologistsProvides training in how to efficiently and effectively use the online curriculumAugust 2009 and again in August 2010; then at each new teacher staff development dayWalk thrus; documentation in lesson plans; increase in number of students who meet the TAKS passing standardDMAC professional developmentInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Campus Instructional TechnologistsTraining in how to efficiently and effectively use DMAC and its reports to access student data to target areas of concern.May 2010Eval: May 2011Targeted instruction will lead to a 5% decrease in students needing TAKS remedial courses STaR Chart Staff DevelopmentInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Campus Instructional TechnologistsProvide stakeholders with information on the STaR Chart—what it is used for, what the ratings mean, where we are, and where we would like to goMay 2010Eval: May 2011Current rating of Developing Tech will increase to Advanced TechProfessional development in creating and facilitating an online courseInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Campus Instructional Technologists, and studentsProvide additional course offerings for studentsJune 2010Eval: June 201110% of teachers who attend training will have online courses available for studentsProfessional development on integrating interactive websites, wikis, nings, podcasts, and the like into the curriculumInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Campus Instructional TechnologistsProvide instructional staff the opportunity to learn about and integrate technology into existing curriculum; provide opportunity for students to be more actively engaged in the lessons and in their learning. Spring 2010 and 2010 – 2011 school yearEval: May 2011100% of teachers will provide evidence in lesson plan(s) that they have integrated technology at least three times in each semester. Increased student performance on state assessment; teacher PDAS evaluation; summative meetingProfessional development on effective technology integration strategiesInstructional Staff, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Campus Instructional TechnologistsFurther instructional staffs’ knowledge and skills in integrating technology; provide the opportunity for lesson relevancy for students—active engagement Spring 2010 and 2010 – 2011 school yearEval: May 2011Increased student performance on state assessment; teacher PDAS evaluation; summative meetingAttend State ConferencesSuperintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Technology Director, Curriculum Directors, Campus Principals, Instructional Technologists, and Instructional StaffOpportunity to network with other practitioners; attend sessions presented by practitioners who can provide the advantages and disadvantages, do’s and don’ts on technology integration; gain new knowledge and project ideas; expectation of attendees to integrate new learning into projectsOngoingCampus walk thru’s to determine integration of new project ideas; report relaying new learning and expectation of implementation required by all attendees<br />

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