Achieving Vision 2005. A Quick Status Report: October 29, 2002 Office of Instructional Services (Technology and Library Media) http://itls.saisd.net. About the Facilitator. Miguel Guhlin, Director Instructional Technology and Library Services 210-527-1400 Email: [email protected]
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A Quick Status Report: October 29, 2002
Office of InstructionalServices
(Technology and Library Media)
By the year 2005, after a comprehensive needs assessment process,
Teaching & Learning
Focus on creation, communication of technology-supported, learner-centered projects, vertical alignment of TA:TEKS, and use of the Texas Learning/Library Connection by entire school community. Also, 100% SBEC Standards alignment, educating the community, anytime, anywhere learning activities delivered through a variety of mediums.
Use of local funds to supplement Tech Allotment, TIF, E-Rate, competitive grants, as well as active support of the campus technology plan. Also, the campus tech plan is focused on student success, administrators using tech for planning and decision-making, assignment of a campus instructional technologist for each campus, as well as incentives for campus-based professional development.
3 years or less replacement cycle, a 4 or less students per Internet-connected multimedia computer, on-demand access for every student, Internet connectivity in all rooms on campus, adequate bandwidth, easy access including wireless, one educator per computer, fully equipped classrooms including digital still and video cameras, scanners, document cameras and projectors.