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E-Rate

&

The Spring ISD Technology Plan


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By: La’Kisha Williams

Lamar University

Educational Technology Leadership

Graduate Studies

EDLD 5362

“Information Systems Management”


Agenda

Agenda

  • National Educational Technology Plan

  • E-Rate

  • Spring ISD Technology Plan

  • Improved Draft Technology Plan for Spring ISD

  • Conclusion

  • Resources


National educational technology plan

National Educational Technology Plan

“By 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world.”

—President Barack Obama, Address to Congress, February 24, 2009


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Netp

Purpose:

Transforming American Education

Through the Use of Technology

http://www.ed.gov/technology/netp-2010


Targeted areas for goals

Targeted Areas for Goals

  • Learning: Engage and Empower

  • Assessment: Measure What Matters

  • Teacher: Preparation and Connect

  • Infrastructure: Access and Enable

  • Productivity: Redesign and Transform


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E-RATE

  • Schools & Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund

  • Discounts to schools for telecommunication & Internet

  • To apply, schools must have Technology Plan


Spring isd technology plan

Spring ISD Technology Plan

Objective:

Every Class will provide frequent opportunities to use technology tools for student learning……


Strategy 1

Strategy 1

Specific technology tools & examples into curricula


Strategy 11

Strategy 1

  • Resources- Curricula, Instructional Technology tools

  • Positions Involved- Exec. Director for Curriculum Design

  • Assessments- Formative(May 2012)

    Summative (May 2015)


Strategy 2

Strategy 2

Expand student portal beyond pilot plan


Strategy 21

Strategy 2

  • Resources- Current budget and Staffing

  • Positions Involved- Exec. Dir. of Tech, Dir. of Tech Services, & App. Specialist

  • Assessments- Formative(Nov. 2011)

    Summative (May 2012)


Strategy 3

Strategy 3

Implement Google Apps for Education for Students


Strategy 31

Strategy 3

  • Resources- Current budget and Staffing

  • Positions Involved- Exec. Dir. of Tech, Dir. of Tech Services, & App. Specialist

  • Assessments- Formative: Nov. 2011,Summative: May 2012


Strategy 4

Strategy 4

Desktop Virtualization to extend hardware life


Strategy 41

Strategy 4

  • Resources- Current budget Tech Funds & Staffing

  • Positions Involved- Dir. of Infrastructure, Dir. of Tech Services, Telecomm/Network Specialist & App. Specialist

  • Assessments- Formative (Nov. 2011) Summative (May 2012)


Professional development strategy

Professional Development Strategy

Provide professional learning aligned with Needs Assessments


Professional development strategy1

Professional Development Strategy

  • Resource- Title IIA

  • Positions Involved- Executive Director for Systems Accountability

  • Formative Assessment- November 2011

  • Summative Assessment- August 2012


Where are we now

Where Are We Now?


Where we need to be draft technology plan patterned after cy fair isd s technology plan

Where We Need to BeDraft Technology Plan(Patterned after CY-Fair ISD’s Technology Plan)

Technology Budget

2012-2015

  • Teaching and Learning Budget: 3,744,842

  • Educator Preparation and Development Budget: 1,023,254

  • Leadership, Administration and Support Budget: 4,400,897

  • Infrastructure for technology Budget: 18,229,689


Goal 1

Goal #1

Improve academic achievement by allowing students to participate in opportunities that allow collaboration, communication, critical thinking, problem-solving, creativity and innovation to solve real-world problems in an effort to achieve the Target Tech Level in the Texas STaR Chart.


Objective 1 1

Objective 1.1

Increase the pattern of classroom use to the Target Tech level as evidenced by classrooms where teachers are seamlessly integrating technology in a student-centered environment.


Objective 1 2

Objective 1.2

Increase the frequency of use of digital content to the Target Tech level by providing teachers with daily access and use of a variety of digital tools and resources.


Objective 1 3

Objective 1.3

Increase content area connections to the Advanced Tech level as evidenced by teachers using technology to support the development of 21st Century Learning Skills and collaboration while incorporating technology in their subject area TEKS.


Objective 1 4

Objective 1.4

For grades K-8, increase the integration of Technology Applications (TA) TEKS as appropriate into content area and grade level instruction to the Advanced Tech level; for grades 9-12, offer at least four Technology Applications high school courses.


Objective 1 5

Objective 1.5

Maintain student mastery of Technology Application (TA) TEKS (86% to 100%) at the Target Tech level.


Objective 1 6

Objective 1.6

Increase online learning to by allowing students to access teacher-created online TEKS-based content, resources and learning activities & interactive communications that support learning objectives throughout the curriculum.


Goal 2

Goal #2

Provide school district staff with opportunities to learn how to appropriately integrate technology as a tool utilizing collaborative, interactive and customized learning environments in an effort to achieve the Target Tech level in the Texas STaR Chart.


Objective 2 1

Objective 2.1

Increase the content of professional development to the Target Tech level by providing opportunities for teachers to participate in the development of strategies to create new learning environments that empower students to think critically to solve real-world problems and collaborate with experts across business, industry and higher education.


Objective 2 2

Objective 2.2

Increase the models of professional development to the Target Tech level by providing on-going professional development utilizing multiple staff development models.


Objective 2 3

Objective 2.3

Increase the capabilities of educators to demonstrate proficiency of the five State Board of Education (SBEC) Standards to achieve the Target Tech level.


Objective 2 4

Objective 2.4

Increase participation in technology professional development (19-29 hours) to achieve the Advanced Tech level.


Objective 2 5

Objective 2.5

Increase the levels of understanding and patterns of use to the Target Tech level as evidenced by most teachers utilizing digital tools in and across content areas to promote 21st Century Learning Skills.


Objective 2 6

Objective 2.6

Increase the professional development for online learning to Target Tech by promoting participation in professional development on the customization of online courses or content for appropriate subject areas.


Goal 3

Goal #3

Increase the level of administrative support and use of technology in all focus areas as represented in the STaR Chart.


Objective 3 1

Objective 3.1

Increase the degree to which campus and district leadership promotes continuous innovation with technology leading to increase student achievement and operating effectiveness.


Objective 3 2

Objective 3.2

Increase the level of technology involvement in district and campus plans such that technology benchmarks based on SBEC standards are established annually, leading to the Advanced Tech level.


Objective 3 3

Objective 3.3

Increase instructional support for the use of technology by creating learning communities and teacher cadres which allow for the use of technology to maximize teaching and learning.


Objective 3 4

Objective 3.4

Increase the degree to which campuses and the district uses technology to collaborate with and communicate with stakeholders to the Target Tech level.


Objective 3 5

Objective 3.5

Continue to provide the budgetary support for campuses to realize all technology strategies outlined in Campus Improvement Plans as specified at the Target Tech level.


Objective 3 6

Objective 3.6

Increase online learning to the level of Target Tech as defined by the STaR Chart.


Objective 3 7

Objective 3.7

Increase the degree to which campus and district administrators utilize technology to improve productivity and effectiveness.


Goal 4

Goal #4

Provide an infrastructure system that allows all users 24/7 access to all e-learning opportunities and provide technical assistance to support instructional and administrative needs to achieve the Advanced or Target Tech levels in the Texas STaR Chart.


Objective 4 1

Objective 4.1

Maintain a student-to-computer ratio of 2.75 to 1, maintain the five-year replacement cycle, and implement the Target Tech ratio of 1 to 1 when needed.


Objective 4 2

Objective 4.2

Maintain and increase as necessary the district's internet connectivity and speed at the Target Tech level.


Objective 4 3

Objective 4.3

Provide additional classroom technology to enhance student instruction at the Advanced Tech level.


Objective 4 4

Objective 4.4

Maintain current technical support levels at Developing Tech


Objective 4 5

Objective 4.5

Improve local and wide area network capability to Target Tech capacity.


Objective 4 6

Objective 4.6

Maintain and increase distance learning capacity to that of Advanced Tech.


Conclusion

Conclusion

  • The Nept plans to transform schools through the use of technology.

  • E-Rate wants to help fund districts that have solid technology plans.

  • The Spring ISD has started their technology transformation but is in need of a more extensive plan similar to that of the draft included in the presentation.


Resources

Resources

  • http://www.ed.gov/technology/netp=2010

  • http://www.usac.org/sl/

  • http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oii/nonpublic/erate.html

  • www.springisd.org

  • http://www.cfisd.net/dept2/technology/Technology%20Plan.pdf


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