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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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Achieving vision 2005

Achieving Vision 2005

A Quick Status Report: October 29, 2002

Office of InstructionalServices

(Technology and Library Media)

http://itls.saisd.net


About the facilitator

About the Facilitator

Miguel Guhlin, DirectorInstructional Technology and Library Services

210-527-1400

Email: [email protected]

http://itls.saisd.net


Agenda for today s meeting

Agenda for Today’s Meeting

  • Opportunities for Growth

  • Aligning Our Work to State/Federal Standards

  • Needs Assessment Process: Texas STaR Chart

  • How do we get there?


How is technology reshaping teaching and learning

How is technology reshaping teaching and learning?

  • Texas Computer Education Association (TCEA)’s Area 20 Conference taking place on November 16.

  • Register online at:

    http://www.edsupport.cc/tcea20


New web site to support you

New Web Site to Support You!

http://itls.saisd.net


Changing standards

Changing Standards

  • SBEC Technology Standards for All Beginning Teachers, now recommended for ALL teachers.

    • Standard II. All teachers identify task requirements, apply search strategies, and use current technology to efficiently acquire, analyze, and evaluate a variety of electronic information.

    • Standard III. All teachers use task-appropriate tools to synthesize knowledge, create and modify solutions, and evaluate results in a way that supports the work of individuals and groups in problem-solving situations.

    • Standard IV. All teachers communicate information in different formats and for diverse audiences.

    • Standard V. All teachers know how to plan, organize, deliver, and evaluate instruction for all students that incorporates the effective use of current technology for teaching and integrating the Technology Applications Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) into the curriculum


No child left behind

No Child Left Behind

  • Provide professional development in the integration of advanced technologies, including emerging technologies, into curricula and instruction and in using those technologies to create new learning environments…

  • To enable teachers to use the Internet and other technology to communicate with parents, other teachers, principals and administrators, as well as retrieve Internet-based learning resources (NCLB, Title 2, Part D, SubPart 1, Sec. 2416 (a) (1) A, B, C).


Needs assessment process

Needs Assessment Process

  • Step 1: Texas District STaR Chart

  • Step 2: Texas Campus STaR Chart

  • Step 3: Levels of Technology Implementation (LOTI) Survey

  • Step 4: LOTI Framework Classroom Observations


Star chart vision 2005

STaR Chart & Vision 2005

By the year 2005, after a comprehensive needs assessment process,

  • teachers, and administrators will seamlessly integrate technology into their daily operations, as well as

  • model information and technology literacy to students and the community.

Teaching & Learning

Educator Preparation

Administration

Infrastructure


Achieving vision 2005

Key Area 1: Teaching & Learning

  • Teacher is facilitator, mentor, co-learner; students are focused on inquiry as technology transforms the learning process.

  • Students work collaboratively to propose, assess, and implement solutions to real world problems, as well as communicate effectively.

  • Technology is integral to all subject areas.


Achieving vision 2005

Key Area 2: Educator Preparation

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.


Achieving vision 2005

Key Area 3: Administration & Support Services

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.


Achieving vision 2005

Key Area 4: Infrastructure for Technology

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.


Texas star chart district results for san antonio isd

Texas STaR Chart-District Results for San Antonio ISD

  • KA 1: Teaching & Learning (12)

  • KA 2: Educator Preparation (11)

  • KA 3: Adminstrative Support (10)

  • KA 4: Infrastructure (12)


Cluster area 1 results

Cluster Area 1 Results


Cluster area 2 results

Cluster Area 2 Results


Cluster area 3 results

Cluster Area 3 Results


Cluster area comparisons

Cluster Area Comparisons


Texas star chart comparison

Texas STaR Chart Comparison

  • Small Group Activity:

    • Using the Texas Campus STaR Chart survey, review key area results for the district and compare them to your campus level results.

    • What are the differences, if any?

    • Do the results accurately reflect your group’s experiences? Why or why not?

    • Be prepared to share your responses with the whole group.


Step 2 levels of technology implementation loti

Step 2: Levels of Technology Implementation (LOTI)

  • What impact is technology having on student achievement?

  • How has technology professional development changed teaching practices?

  • How are teachers and librarians "integrating" technology into their instruction?


What loti level

What LOTI Level?


How we achieve loti level 4 or the star chart s target tech

How we achieve LOTI Level 4, or the STaR Chart’s Target Tech?

  • Change how students think by focusing on information literacy.

  • Use a process that guides students through solving real life, authentic problems that relate to a theme or overall concept.

  • Have both teachers and teacher-librarians collaborate in the planning process.

  • Are your teachers and librarians collaborating on information literacy?


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