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  1. 1. Technology Integration: Data Analysis and Recommendations by Susan Ferdon EDTECH 554 Master of Educational Technology Program FA10 Boise State University
  2. 2. Table of Contents List of Tables and Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 3 Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4 Data Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 4 Results . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 5 Discussion and Recommendations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 11 Initial Technology Integration Survey page 11 Survey Return Rate page 12 Professional Development - Planning page 13 Professional Development - Training Sessions page 15 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 20 Appendices Appendix A Technology Integration Tiers page 21 Appendix B Data Cell Label Edits – Excel Spreadsheet page 23
  3. 3. List of Tables and Figures Table 1: Technology Integration Survey Return Rate . . . . . . . . . . . page 6 Table 2: Technology Integration - Highest Performing Schools . . . page 10 Figure 1: Technology Integration Tiers - District . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . page 7 Figure 2: Technology Integration Tiers - Primary Role . . . . . . . . . . page 8 Figure 3: Technology Integration Tiers - Elementary Schools . . . . page 9 Figure 4: Technology Integration Tiers - Middle Schools . . . . . . . . . page 9 Figure 5: Technology Integration Tiers - High Schools . . . . . . . . . . page 11
  4. 4. Introduction In this scenario, the Pleasant View school district is addressing concerns that technology is not being used to its full potential in classrooms. Board members are concerned about adequately preparing students with the 21st century learning skills necessary upon graduating from High School in Pleasant View School District. Further, the district did not meet the federal Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) in Math for the second year in a row, placing it in improvement status. Pleasant View teachers took a Self-Evaluation Technology Integration survey and the purpose of this report is to present an analysis of survey data and submit recommendations for staff development. Data Collection Participants Teachers and administrators in Pleasant View School District’s 23 schools - 13 elementary schools, four middle schools, five high schools, and Hunt Center - completed a survey in which they identified their current level of technology integration based on a three-tiered system (see Appendix A). Though the actual number of teachers at each school is not known, it is assumed that the return rate on the surveys was significantly less than 100%. Also, some schools had a much lower return rate than others. For example, one would expect at least two administrators per school (46+ in all) yet only four administrators returned surveys (9%). Procedures A self-evaluation survey was completed. It is assumed that respondents added text to survey form fields, as there is little consistency among data labels (i.e. teacher – 3rd grade, 3rd grade, 3rd grade teacher, teacher, no title, blank, etc.). Data Sources Original survey data were provided in the form of an Excel spreadsheet with respondent information grouped by school. Data were displayed in five columns: Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3, Position, and Building/Department. Lack consistency in labeling made sorting and data analysis difficult, so the original data was saved in a new Excel spreadsheet (see Appendix B) and edited. The new spreadsheet placed content in
  5. 5. seven columns: Tier, School Type, Role 1, Role 2, Grade/Subject 1, Grade/Subject 2, and School. Information within cells was edited for consistency of labeling. In the case of dual roles, leadership positions were listed first as those individuals will impact more than just their own classrooms/students. When multiple subject areas were indicated, content areas were listed before assistant/support roles and NCLB subjects were listed first. In addition to the worksheet with data from all respondents, worksheets were generated that display data by school, by tier, and by role. Formulas were used to disaggregate data by • Integration Tier: 1, 2, 3. • School Type: Elementary, Middle School, High School, Hunt Center. • Role: Administrator, Instructional Coach, Coordinator, Department Head, Interventionist, Library Media Specialist, Student Services, Support Staff, Teacher, no title. For ease of sorting, Excel spreadsheet data were exported into a database program, FileMaker Pro™. The original spreadsheet may be accessed at http://edtech2.boisestate.edu/ferdons/554/data_oldview.xls. The new spreadsheet may be accessed at http://edtech2.boisestate.edu/ferdons/554/data_newview.xlsx. Results The following results are based upon the 510 surveys completed by Pleasant View teachers and administrators. Technology integration by other staff members is not known at this time. For the purposes of this study a significant difference is one that is calculated to be 5% or greater. Return Rate The number of teachers and administrators who returned the survey are indicated in Table 1.
  6. 6. Survey Return Rate Administrator Instructional Coach Coordinator/ Dept.Head Interventionist LibraryMedia Specialist Student Services SupportStaff Teacher (notitle) TOTAL Significant Difference Hunt Center 1 NA 1 18 1 21 (N/A) Adams NA 1 13 1 15 Apple 2 NA 1 1 20 24 +67% Brown 1 NA 1 11 1 14 Bryant NA 9 1 10 -30% Cherry 1 3 NA 1 1 8 1 15 Evergreen 1 NA 1 1 2 14 19 +32% Garfield 1 NA 11 3 15 Jones 1 NA 2 2 2 16 23 +60% Lynwood NA 24 24 +67% Maple 1 NA 1 8 10 -30% Prairie NA 1 9 10 -30% Sandburg NA 1 2 10 13 -10% ElementarySchools Wilson 1 NA 10 2 13 -10% East PV 1 1 1 9 9 -45% Lincoln 20 20 +15% Washington 4 2 1 1 14 1 23 +32% Middle Schools West PV 2 1 13 1 17 Franklin 1 1 1 1 1 35 2 42 Huntington 1 1 1 2 1 5 50 61 +41% Mountainview 27 27 -36% Newport 1 2 4 37 44 HighSchools Pleasant View 1 3 1 1 35 41 TOTALS 4 21 8 8 15 20 2 418 14 510 Table 1. Assuming that schools of the same type (elementary, middle school, etc.) are roughly the same size, it is evident that there was quite a disparity in return rates between
  7. 7. buildings. In the table above, those schools with return rates that were significantly lower (5% lower, or more) than the average are marked in red and those that are significantly higher (5% higher, or more) are marked in green. Average return rates were: • Elementary School - Average number of returned surveys is14.6; 5% of 14.6 is .7. • Middle School - Average number of returned surveys is 17.3; 5% of 17.3 is .9. • High School - Average number of returned surveys is 43; 5% of 43 is 2.2. District Survey data show that the majority (78%) of Pleasant View teachers are functioning at Technology Integration Tier 1. Technology Integration Tiers - District Figure 1. Subgroups – Role When viewed as subgroups, based on primary role, most show similar percentages of teachers at each tier (Figure 2). Exceptions are as follows: • Administrators: 25% at Tier 3. However, that represents only one respondent, as there are only four in this subgroup. • Coordinator/Department Head: None at Tier 3. • Student Services: None at Tier 2, higher percentages at Tiers 1 and 3. • Support Staff: All at Tier 1. However, there were only two respondents that could be identified as Support Staff. • No Title: Larger percentages at Tier 2 (21%) and Tier 3 (14%), However, incomplete information makes it impossible to know the roles of these individuals. • Of those subgroups with ten or more respondents, Library Media Specialists have the greatest percentage at Tiers 2 and 3 (33% in all).
  8. 8. Technology Integration Tiers – Primary Role Figure 2. Subgroups – Elementary Schools When viewed as subgroups, based on school, disparity was noted between groups and when comparing groups to district percentages. Elementary data show that: • Roughly half (6 of 13) of district elementary schools have teachers at all three Tiers. • Seven elementary schools have teachers at one or two Tiers: o Maple Elementary teachers are at Tier 1 only. o Bryant Elementary has no teachers at Tier 2. o Five elementary schools have no teachers at Tier 3: Garfield, Jones, Lynwood, Prairie and Wilson. • Brown Elementary has a significantly larger percentage of teachers at Tier 3 (21%) than the district average (8%). • Evergreen has the smallest percentage of teachers at Tier 1 (68%).
  9. 9. Technology Integration Tiers – Elementary Schools Figure 3. Subgroups – Middle Schools Survey results from middle schools are, on the whole, similar to district percentages. Three of the four middle schools have a higher than average percentage of teachers at Tier 3, and one, Washington Middle School, has significantly fewer at Tier 1 (65%). West Pleasant View Middle School has none at Tier 3. Technology Integration Tiers – Middle Schools Figure 4.
  10. 10. Subgroups – High Schools Survey results from high schools show that three of the five schools have a significantly larger number of teachers at Tier 1 (Franklin - 83%, Mountainview - 85%) and one, Newport High School, has a significantly larger number of teachers at Tier 2 (23%) and Tier 3 (20%). Of all 23 schools in the district, Newport High School is the most high-performing school in terms of self-reported technology integration. Technology Integration Tiers – High Schools Figure 5. Hunt Center and Highest Performing Schools Hunt Center shows a significantly level of technology integration than the district average and is in the top five when looking at both the lowest percentage at Tier 1 and the highest percentage Tier 3 (Table 2).
  11. 11. Technology Integration - Highest Performing Schools District Newport HS Washington MS Hunt Center Evergreen Elem. Brown Elem. Tier 3 8% 20% 13% 19% 11% 21% Tier 2 14% 22% 23% 43% 22% 35% 14% 33% 21% 33% 7% 28% Tier 1 78% 57% 65% 67% 68% 71% Table 2. Discussion and Recommendations Initial Technology Integration Survey Discussion: The Technology Integration Survey that district administrators, teachers and staff completed provides a good starting point for the planning of technology related staff development activities. Classification into three tiers provides distinct separation between levels of technology integration by respondents. However, survey construction and format provides information that is, at times, limited. Some fields were left blank and lack of standardization in labeling resulted in a wide variety of responses. In some cases, erroneous information was entered. For example, in rows 271-274 the building is a middle school but elementary grade levels are listed. Form fields that allow open- ended responses provide great flexibility but make sorting and grouping a challenge. The greatest percentage of individuals is in Tier 1 and there is likely quite a diverse skill set represented, from those who have little or no experience with technology to those who are on the borderline between Tiers 1 and 2. The combination of gaps in information, large numbers of individuals at Tier 1, and low return rates result in an incomplete picture of staff development needs. The gathering of additional information would allow for staff development activities to most effectively address the needs of this large and diverse staff. Recommendations: 1.1 Prior to the planning of specific staff development activities, it is recommended that staff be surveyed to determine more specific needs related to technology training.
  12. 12. 1.2 A survey similar to Sun Associates Sample Survey Instrument (http://www.sun-associates.com/eval/samples/samplesurv.html) would provide greater specificity when assessing needs. 1.3 In constructing the next survey, use of an electronic format would make data collection and analysis much more efficient. 1.4 Checkboxes and other survey content should be made to correlate to district hardware, software, and the desired uses of technology resources. 1.5 Eliminate acronyms (i.e., MHOH, SVL) or provide a listing of descriptions. This will allow information to be more easily read and understood by a variety of stakeholder groups. 1.6 If possible, survey selected parents and students to see how their perceptions of technology integration compare with district administrators, teachers, and staff. Caveat: As with any self-reporting instrument, one must consider the possibility that survey results have some degree of inherent bias. For example, individuals may inflate reported skill levels as a means of enhancing their perceived effectiveness in the classroom. Survey Return Rate Discussion: Return rate varied a great deal between buildings and the return rate by administrators was notably low (4). The fact that administrator return rate was so low in an indication that one of several problems may have occurred: • Administrators may not have been aware that they were expected to complete the survey. • The timing of survey may have made completion problematic. • Lack of buy-in. Building-level leaders are a valuable resource, particularly in a large district like Pleasant View. Effective strategies and procedures from those buildings with higher return rates (see Table 1) can be identified and replicated elsewhere in the district.
  13. 13. Recommendations: 2.1 Encourage administrators, department heads, and coordinators to lead by example. If technology integration, related needs assessments, and staff development, are viewed as a priority by those in leadership positions, there is a greater likelihood that other staff will make it a priority as well. Useful resources are: • The Consortium for School Networking provides resources, information and programs for school district technology leaders: http://www.cosn.org/ • Publication: Leadership for Web 2.0 in Education: Promise and Reality http://www.cosn.org/Portals/7/docs/Web%202.0/CoSN%20Report%20042809Final%2 0w-cover.pdf 2.2 Factors that contributed to higher return rates (Table 1) should be identified, celebrated, and shared. 2.3 Factors that contributed to low return rates should be addressed prior to distribution of the new survey. 2.4 Provide staff with time to complete the survey during contractual hours (i.e. faculty meeting, team planning time, etc.). That, coupled with the expectation that all staff complete the survey, will result in a much clearer picture of needs that should be addressed. Professional Development - Planning “Truly transformational staff development activities are but one piece of a larger change effort initiated by the entire school community.” Holmes & Duffey, p. 4 Discussion: The district has numerous goals, including those that have been identified: 1) Preparing graduates with 21st century learning skills, 2) Utilizing the full potential of technology resources, and 3) Increasing student achievement as measured by Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP). To address these and other considerations, a comprehensive plan is needed. Survey data will assist in the identification of ways in which technology can be effectively integrated into classrooms and school operations but is just one of many data points to consider. Technology integration can be an effective tool in the development of students’ 21st century skills but specific skills need to
  14. 14. be targeted and instructional strategies and methods identified. The act of using technology in the classroom is not sufficient to ensure that students are developing needed skills. Technology integration will provide the tools and resources needed to meet instructional goals but clear direction is needed. Recommendations: 3.1 Develop a 3-5 year strategic plan that encompasses district goals including raising of academic achievement, development of 21st century skills, and effective use of technology resources. Include initial training, follow-up training, ongoing coaching, mentoring, tech support, and support the plan with human and fiscal resources needed for implementation. 3.2 Analyze assessment data and target subgroups and content standards that currently do not meet expectations for AYP. Use that information to plan math- related staff development activities for appropriate staff. Though the NCLB goal of 100% meeting expectations by 2014 may be considered unrealistic, targeting specific subgroups and standards will allow students to make ongoing progress. 3.3 Clearly identify 21st century skills including standards, benchmarks, assessment and evaluation. Useful resources include: • Partnership for 21st Century Learning (http://www.p21.org/) is a national organization that advocates for 21st century readiness and provides information, tools and resources to assist districts and schools. • Pearson Foundation videos provide a model of 21st century skill development and assessment in the K-12 classroom: http://www.youtube.com/user/PearsonFdtn#p/c/BCB47540BEBC02EC/2/HiyaQ2WbB VU 3.4 Incorporate NETS for students and teachers into district planning. Useful resources include: • ISTE NETS Student Profiles: http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for- students/nets-for-students-2007-profiles.aspx • ISTE Necessary Conditions: http://www.iste.org/standards/nets-for- students/nets-for-students-essential-conditions.aspx • NETS Implementation Wiki: http://nets- implementation.iste.wikispaces.net/ 3.5 Identify resources that will aid in the successful integration of technology in
  15. 15. district classrooms. Possibilities include: • Forum Unified Technology Suite: http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2005/tech_suite/ • Technology Integration Matrix: http://fcit.usf.edu/matrix/ Professional Development – Training Sessions “Since any large-scale change results from the actions of individuals, individuals must be the focus of all change efforts.” Holmes & Duffey, p. 6 Discussion: Pleasant View is a large district and professional development needs are quite diverse. Though a comprehensive plan is needed, staff development activities can address needs identified through the Technology Integration Survey. Recommendations: 4.1 Train-the-Trainer Model: Target school personnel who will act as trainers, providing just-in-time support as well as lead professional development training activities. 4.1.1 Coaches: Provide training for Instructional Coaches so that they can model technology rich lessons that support best practice in content area instruction. Currently, 76% of Instructional Coaches are at Tier 1. Plan professional development activities so that all advance to Tier 2 within one year, and to Tier 3 by the end of the second year. 4.1.2 Department Heads: Provide training for department heads and curriculum leaders so that technology use is embedded in district curriculum and modeled for district staff. Survey results show that “Department Head” is the only role in which there are currently no individuals at Tier 3, so it is expected that training needs will be more intensive. As above, plan professional development activities so that all advance to Tier 2 within one year, and to Tier 3 by the end of the second year. 4.1.3 Technology Leaders: Provide training for elementary teachers who
  16. 16. will act as technology leaders within their buildings. 15 of 23 schools already have individuals at Tier 3; encourage them to serve in a building-level technology leadership role. Of the remaining eight schools, all but one (Maple Elementary) have staff at Tier 2. 4.2 Differentiation: Direct applicability to one’s experience, responsibilities, and learning style, will help ensure that training is useful and acted upon. It is recommended that training sessions be limited to software, hardware and technology resources that participants have direct and ongoing access to. 4.2.1 Administrators: With just four administrators returning surveys it is difficult to judge needs of all. Focusing training for administrators on the effective evaluation of technology integration will help them to identify, encourage, and support effective use of technology by their staff. Further, training administrators on use of specific productivity, collaboration, and communication tools will further professional and school goals while modeling effective use of technology. Those at Tier 3 may serve as mentors. 4.2.2 Library Media Specialists: In many districts, Library Media Specialists provide direct instruction to students in the areas of research and computer applications. 67% of district Library Media Specialists are currently at Tier 1. Plan professional development activities so that all Library Media Specialists are at Tier 2 within one year. 4.2.3 Student Services: Student Services Personnel (Social Workers, School Psychologists, Speech/Language Pathologists, PT/OT) will benefit training on the use of specific software and hardware that can be used with students as well as productivity, progress monitoring, and IEP software. It is recommended that those at Tier 3 (15%) be questioned about what has been most useful and effective for them and that input drive content selection for professional development for the remaining 85%, all of whom are at Tier 1.
  17. 17. 4.2.4 Teachers: For those trainings that are more general in nature, like the use of specific hardware, opportunities to work with grade level and subject matter peers is beneficial. Allowing time to relate new skills and understanding to classroom practices will make new learning more meaningful and improve implementation. Teachers of NCLB subjects will benefit working as subject matter teams to share resources, lessons and successes that support achievement standards. Since all middle school math teachers are at Tier 1, and the district did not make AYP in math, it is recommended that middle school math teachers receive more intensive training. 4.2.5 Support Staff: Training for support staff should related directly to the hardware and software used by students they work with. 4.2.6 Tier 1: 78% of survey respondents are at Tier 1. Within a group this size it is expected that there are variety of skills sets - some individuals will be farther along that others. Offering modules/sessions which teachers can self-select will help ensure that training takes individuals where they are and moves them forward. 4.2.7 Tier 2: 14% of survey respondents are at Tier 2. Professional development offerings of sufficient challenge are needed for this group. It is recommended that individuals submit topics of interest for training sessions. Information gathered from this group can be used to guide training of those currently at Tier 1: What has facilitated your ability to integrate technology? What roadblocks did you find along the way? What suggestions do you have for professional development? 4.2.8 Tier 3: 8% of survey respondents are at Tier 3. Those at Tier 3 are technology leaders in the district and providing them opportunities for collaboration and sharing will build a supportive environment for continued growth of technology integration in skills. It is recommended that release time and funding be provided to allow Tier 3 teachers to attend state, regional, and national technology
  18. 18. conferences. As numbers grow within Tier 3 greater in-house expertise will be needed to continue the train-the-trainer model. 4.2.9 Learning Styles: Training sessions should present information verbally and in writing, provide support materials for those who need more time to work and process information, and provide time for hands-on application for all participants. Building an online library of training documents and videos, which could be accessed any time, will allow district staff to work at their own pace. 4.2.10 Site-Based Training: Staff development that is site-based and promotes collegiality has been found to be most effective (Holmes & Duffey). Working with smaller groups within buildings - 1:1 when needed – will provide just-in-time support that relates directly to classroom instruction. Building-level training can occur as mini- sessions before school, after school, during team meetings, and by individual appointment. Gathering information from higher functioning schools (see Table 2) will help to identify and build upon current practices that have been successful in the district. Additional training sessions and sister school mentoring should be planned for those buildings with few teachers at Tiers 2 and 3: • Maple Elementary teachers are at Tier 1 only. • Bryant Elementary has no teachers at Tier 2. • Six schools have no teachers at Tier 3: Garfield, Jones, Lynwood, Prairie, and Wilson elementary schools and West Pleasant View MS. 4.3 Timeline: Large-scale training sessions may be scheduled for Staff Development/Inservice days as well as evening, weekend, and summer sessions. Release time training sessions will allow individuals with like roles, who work in different buildings, to be trained together. Collegial support and content-specific training will increase the effectiveness of the staff development activities (Holmes & Duffey). 4.3.1 Initial Training: Target specific learning goals/teaching strategies as
  19. 19. opposed to focusing on the technology itself. 4.3.2 Follow-Up Training: Support efforts to implement training and build on prior learning. 4.3.3 New Hires: In a district this size it is expected that technology training will be needed on a yearly basis to teach new hires to use the district network, access district resources, and use technology hardware and software that is available in their classrooms and work spaces. 4.3.4 Ongoing Support: Ongoing, building-level support for further training along with troubleshooting, brainstorming, and modeling of technology-rich lessons that build 21st century skills and increase achievement. 4.4 Compensation: It is recommended that the district budget monies for hardware, software, and release time substitutes to support training goals. Budget monies should also be allocated to compensate staff members who attend training sessions outside of contractual hours. Compensation, in the form of stipends, release time, and adjustments to teaching responsibilities may also be made for identified mentors and other technology leaders. Also, offering training courses with Continuing Education/CPDU credit will provide added incentive for teachers. 4.5 Evaluation: As specific training sessions and materials are development, a system for evaluating their effectiveness should be put into place. Ongoing evaluation will allow for continuous improvement and effective use of training resources. In evaluating how well technology resources are being utilized in district classrooms, it is important for administrators, teachers, staff and school board members alike, to be aware that “time requirements are an unusually salient factor when technology is the focus of staff development. It takes longer for technology to become a part of classroom practice than other innovations – two to three years” (Holmes & Duffey, p. 18).
  20. 20. References Holmes, K., & Duffey, D. (1993). Technology staff development: Designing an effective process. Denton, TX: Texas Center for Educational Technology. Retrieved from http://www.tcet.unt.edu/pubs/staff/ Image Credit LCD Monitor: http://www.clker.com/cliparts/4/1/e/6/11949838211786721468lcd_monitor_the_structor_ .svg.hi.png
  21. 21. Appendix A: Technology Integration Tiers 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

  22. 22. Tiers of Technology Integration into the Classroom Indicators Tier 1: Teacher Focus on Productivity Tier 2: Instructional Presentation and Student Productivity Tier 3: Powerful Student-Centered 21st Century Learning Environment This tier focuses on the teacher using technology to get their job done. This tier involves teacher facilitation of large group learning activities and student productivity use of technology. This tier promotes students to be actively engaged in using technology in individual and collaborative learning activities. Observable Indicators Teachers: • Locate standards using electronic tools to align lessons (e.g., use the online Grade-Level Resources site and locate EALRs/GLEs on OSPI website) • Find instructional resources on the Internet (e.g., find lesson resources at Marco Polo, district, or state websites) • Produce, store, and retrieve learning materials electronically (e.g., create lesson plans in Word and store them on file server, create and print handouts for students that can be saved and modified in future years) • Keep/organize student information, grades more effectively (e.g., use electronic gradebook, extract achievement data from student information system, graph student progress using Excel) • Communicate information to parents and students via web or e-mail (e.g., post upcoming events or assignments on school webpage) • Communicate quickly with e-mail (e.g., respond to e-mail from parents, learn about school meetings and events via internal e- mail) Teachers: • Conduct one-computer classroom lessons (e.g., use software such as Decisions, Decisions and Timeliner by Tom Snyder, lead virtual field trips to museums using K-20 Network) • Deliver presentations with graphics and sound (e.g., teachers use software such as PowerPoint, Keynote, or audio production software) • Lead students in brainstorming and sharing ideas (e.g., teachers use word processing programs or software such as Inspiration, use Intel Visual Ranking website) • Represent information visually (e.g., teachers create graphs in Excel or with a graphing calculator to visually represent chemical interactions) • Facilitate group discussions and lessons (e.g., teachers use interactive whiteboards, LCD projectors, student response systems) • Have students write papers and reports on assigned topics using computers or “smart keyboards” such as AlphaSmarts (e.g., require that all student papers must be word-processed) • Create scaffolding for student projects (e.g., teachers provide students with writing prompts or project templates) • Facilitate students using technology for assessment (e.g., teachers use online quizzes or diagnostic tools, graph and analyze progress with class using Excel) • Interactively communicate with parents and students (e.g., teachers initiate and respond to e- mail, conduct on-line surveys, interact through website) Teachers enable students to: • Create and use online resources to facilitate inquiry (e.g., students create and use online resources such as WebQuests) • Engage in inquiry-based projects driven by essential questions (e.g., students create major research projects such as Big 6 essential question projects) • Direct their own use of technology (e.g., students stay current with new information through tools such as RSS feeds) • Research, analyze data and problem-solve in a global context (e.g., student engage in projects such as ThinkQuest with classrooms in other states or countries) • Engage in individual or collaborative project-based learning (e.g., students engage in real-world projects and problem-solving using email or websites) • Use modeling and simulations (e.g., students conduct simulations using online resources) • Write, develop and publish individual and collaborative products (e.g., students publish projects online to be reviewed by parents or peers) • Invent products through programming or production (e.g., students produce how-to videos or movies to share with others) • Create scaffolding for their own projects (e.g., students create writing prompts or project templates) • Are involved with their parents and teachers in the analysis of student data and meeting standards, or participate in developing their own learning plans (e.g., students use classroom-based assessments and assess their own work) • Initiate communication with parents, teachers, community members, or other students (e.g., students display self-directed communication through tools such as weblogs)
  23. 23. Appendix B: Revised Excel Spreadsheet Data 
 

  24. 24. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 520 521 522 523 524 525 526 527 528 529 530 531 532 533 534 535 536 537 538 539 540 541 542 543 544 Tech Integration Tier Tier 1: 397 77.8% Tier 2: 71 13.9% Tier 3: 42 8.2% TOTAL: 510 100.0% School Type Elementary: 205 40.2% Middle School: 69 13.5% High School: 215 42.2% Hunt Center: 21 4.1% TOTAL: 510 100.0% Primary Role Administrator: 4 0.8% Coach: 21 4.1% Coordinator: 2 0.4% Dept. Head: 6 1.2% Interentionist: 8 1.6% LMS: 15 2.9% Student Services: 20 3.9% Support Staff: 2 0.4% Teacher: 418 82.0% (no title): 14 2.7% TOTAL: 510 100.0%
  25. 25. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Student Services Physical Therapist Adams Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Adams Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Adams Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Teacher Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM (no title) Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Adams Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2/3 teacher Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Art Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Student Services Guidance Counselor Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy, Primary Instructional Coach, Math, Primary Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Resource Apple Elementary School
  26. 26. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Resource Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Apple Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM LMS Library Media Specialist Apple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Math Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM LMS Library Media Specialist Brown Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Teacher Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM (no title) Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Brown Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Preschool Bryant Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Bryant Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Bryant Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Bryant Elementary School
  27. 27. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Bryant Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM (no title) Bryant Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Bryant Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music Bryant Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Bryant Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Bryant Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Career Focus Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Kindergarten Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Resource K-6 Cherry Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM LMS Library Media Specialist Cherry Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Math Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Administra tor Principal Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Interventio nist Instructional Coach Reading Recovery Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Resource Cherry Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Teacher Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Support Staff Title I Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM (no title) Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2/3 Grade Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy, Primary Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Interventio nist Title I Reading Recovery Cherry Elementary School Tier 1 MS Teacher East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher East Pleasant View Middle School
  28. 28. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 Tier 1 MS Teacher East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Coordinato r Teacher Fitness Health Activities Coordinator East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 2 MS Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 3 MS Teacher Technology East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS LMS Library Media Specialist East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher SPED Life Skills Fitness East Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 ELEM Student Services Guidance Counselor Evergreen Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM LMS Library Media Specialist Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Student Services Speech Language Pathologist Evergreen Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Evergreen Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music Evergreen Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Interventio nist SPED Behavioral Interventionist Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Montessori, Intermediate Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Montessori, Primary Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Evergreen Elementary School
  29. 29. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Evergreen Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Evergreen Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM Teacher Evergreen Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Evergreen Elementary School Tier 2 HS Teacher Social Studies, History Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Fitness Health Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Interventio nist SPED Behavioral Interventionist Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Student Services Guidance Counselor Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Fitness Health Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Franklin High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Science Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Franklin High School Tier 1 HS LMS Library Media Specialist Franklin High School
  30. 30. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 Tier 1 HS (no title) Franklin High School Tier 3 HS (no title) Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Coach Instructional Coach Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Reading Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher SPED Franklin High School Tier 2 HS Teacher CTE - Applied Technology CTE - Business Education Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Science, 9/10 Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Departmen t Head Teacher Social Studies Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Social Studies Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher SPED Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher CTE Fitness Franklin High School Tier 2 HS Teacher English Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English GPS Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Franklin High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Art Franklin High School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Teacher Garfield Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM (no title) Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM (no title) Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Kindergarten Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Kindergarten Reading Recovery Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM (no title) Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Garfield Elementary School
  31. 31. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music, Developmental Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED MHOH Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5/6 Grade Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2/3 Grade Garfield Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Garfield Elementary School Tier 1 Teacher SPED MHOH Developmentall y Impaired Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher 3rd Grade Hunt Center Tier 3 Teacher Art Hunt Center Tier 1 Student Services Guidance Counselor Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher ELL - ELD Hunt Center Tier 1 (no title) Hunt Center Tier 2 Administra tor Principal Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 3 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 3 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 2 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher Grade 2 Hunt Center Tier 3 Teacher Tessera Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher 6th Grade Hunt Center Tier 1 Teacher SPED Developmentall y Impaired Hunt Center
  32. 32. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 Tier 1 Teacher Science Hunt Center Tier 2 Teacher Hunt Center Tier 1 HS Teacher Language Arts, 7 (?) Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Student Services Guidance Counselor Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 3 HS Student Services Guidance Coordinator Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Health Sciences Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Interventio nist Intervention Specialist Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Assistant Keyboarding Teacher Math Assistant Huntington High School Tier 3 HS Teacher CTE - Marketing Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Student Services Occupational Therapist, Itinerant Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Student Services Physical Therapist Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Student Services School Psychologist Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Science Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School
  33. 33. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Humanities, 11/12 Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Interventio nist SPED Behavioral Interventionist, Intermediate Huntington High School Tier 1 HS LMS Learning Media Specialist Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Coach Teacher Instructional Coach World History Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School
  34. 34. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Huntington High School Tier 3 HS Administra tor Assistant Principal Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Fitness Huntington High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Contract Based Education Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Departmen t Head Teacher SPED Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Science Huntington High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Science Huntington High School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Fitness Health Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED, K-4 Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher sp Teacher Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Student Services Speech Language Pathologist Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Jones Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 4/5 Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Support Staff Title I Math, Primary Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Jones Elementary School
  35. 35. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 Tier 1 ELEM Support Staff Early Childhood Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM LMS Learning Media Specialist Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM LMS Learning Media Specialist Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Resource 4-6 Jones Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Preschool Jones Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Student Services Speech Language Pathologist Jones Elementary School Tier 1 MS Teacher 1st Grade? (MS listed) Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher 1st Grade? (MS listed) Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher 4th Grade? (MS listed) Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher 4th Grade? (MS listed) Lincoln Middle School Tier 2 MS Teacher Humanities Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher English History Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Music - Instrumental Music Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Math Numeracy Lincoln Middle School Tier 3 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School
  36. 36. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 Tier 1 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 3 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 2 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher 2nd Grade? (MS listed) Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher SPED Life Skills Lincoln Middle School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Kindergarten Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Fitness Health Lynwood Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st/2nd Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd/3rd Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED ADAPT (Autism) Lynwood Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher ELL/ELD Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Kindergarten Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 5th Grade Lynwood Elementary School
  37. 37. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Resource Lynwood Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Coach Instructional Coach Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Kindergarten Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Montessori Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Resource Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Developmentall y Impaired Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Maple Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM LMS Learning Media Specialist Maple Elementary School Tier 1 HS Teacher English Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Advisor CTE - Marketing DECA Advisor (marketing organization for students) Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Music Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 2 HS Teacher ELL - ESL Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School
  38. 38. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Mountain View High School Tier 2 HS Teacher SPED Developmentall y Impaired Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Mountain View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Music - Choral Music Newport High School Tier 1 HS Student Services Guidance Counselor Newport High School Tier 3 HS Student Services Guidance Counselor Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher ELL - ELD Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English Newport High School Tier 1 HS Student Services Guidance Counselor Newport High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Health Newport High School Tier 2 HS Coach Instructional Coach, Literacy Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Newport High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Math Newport High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Math Newport High School
  39. 39. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 Tier 2 HS Teacher Math SVL (Spokane Virtual Learning?) Newport High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 2 HS Teacher SPED Resource Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Newport High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Math Newport High School Tier 2 HS Departmen t Head Teacher Newport High School Tier 1 HS Departmen t Head Teacher Music - Choral Music Newport High School Tier 3 HS Teacher World Languages, French Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Art Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Social Studies Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher SPED Newport High School Tier 1 HS Student Services Guidance Counselor Newport High School Tier 2 HS Teacher CTE Newport High School
  40. 40. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 Tier 3 HS Teacher CTE - Family & Consumer Sciences Newport High School Tier 2 HS Teacher English Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English History Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Director of Music Music - Director of Music Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Science Newport High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Criminal Justice Pleasant View High School Tier 2 HS Coordinato r Teacher CTE Career Focus Coordinator Pleasant View High School Tier 2 HS Departmen t Head Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher English Social Studies Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Fitness Health Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Fitness Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 2 HS Teacher CTE - Graphics Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS LMS Learning Media Specialist Pleasant View High School Tier 3 HS Coach Instructional Coach Social Studies Pleasant View High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Math Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Math Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Fitness Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher World Languages, Spanish Pleasant View High School
  41. 41. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 Tier 1 HS Student Services Speech Language Pathologist Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 2 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 2 HS Teacher English World Languages, German Pleasant View High School Tier 3 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 HS Departmen t Head Teacher Pleasant View High School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Prairie Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED ADAPT (Autism) Prairie Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher ELL - ELD Prairie Elementary School
  42. 42. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Art Prairie Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Student Services Speech Language Pathologist Prairie Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Prairie Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Prairie Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Prairie Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher Prairie Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music - Developmental Music Prairie Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music - Developmental Music K-6 Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music - Developmental Music K-6 Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Interventio nist SPED Behavioral Interventionist Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Kindergarten Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Sandburg Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Sandburg Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM LMS Learning Media Specialist Sandburg Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Sandburg Elementary School Tier 3 ELEM LMS Learning Media Specialist Sandburg Elementary School Tier 2 MS Teacher Science Washington Middle School
  43. 43. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 Tier 1 MS Teacher Art Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Music - Instrumental Music Washington Middle School Tier 2 MS Interventio nist Teacher SPED Behavioral Interventionist FSC Washington Middle School Tier 3 MS Student Services Guidance Counselor Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Coach Instructional Coach Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Coach Instructional Coach Washington Middle School Tier 3 MS Interventio nist SPED Interventionist Washington Middle School Tier 2 MS Teacher Language Arts Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Math Washington Middle School Tier 2 MS Coach Instructional Coach - Science Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher SPED Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher SPED Science SPED Social Studies Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher SPED Language Arts Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Washington Middle School Tier 3 MS Teacher Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Math 8 Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS Coach Instructional Coach Washington Middle School
  44. 44. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 501 502 503 504 505 Tier 2 MS LMS Learning Media Specialist Washington Middle School Tier 1 MS (no title) Washington Middle School Tier 2 MS Teacher Humanities West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Coach Instructional Coach West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Coach Instructional Coach West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Math West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Science West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 2 MS Teacher West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Math 7 West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS LMS Learning Media Specialist West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher SPED Resource West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 2 MS Teacher Science 7/8 West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Science West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS (no title) West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Art West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher Humanities West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 MS Teacher SPED Life Skills West Pleasant View Middle School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 2nd Grade Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 3rd Grade Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 1st Grade Wilson Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Teacher 4th Grade Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Music Wilson Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM Administra tor Principal Wilson Elementary School
  45. 45. 1 AN AO AP AQ AR AS AT AU AV Tier Type Role 1 Role 2 Grade/Subject 1 Grade/Subject 2 Grade/Subject 3 School 506 507 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 Tier 1 ELEM Teacher SPED Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM Teacher 6th Grade Wilson Elementary School Tier 2 ELEM (no title) Wilson Elementary School Tier 1 ELEM (no title) Wilson Elementary School MHOH = Mulitply Handicapp ed/Orthop edically Handicapp ed SPED = Special Education DI = Developm entally Impaired ELL/ELD = English Language Learners, English Language Developm ent CTE = Career/Tec hnical Education

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