School Districts Utilize National Ed Tech Plan to Make Technology Plans (NETP) Along With the State Requirements & Beaumont ISD’s Long Range Technology Plan. Maridale Still EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management SP3 11 - ET8026 . Week 5 Assignment.
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School Districts Utilize National Ed Tech Plan to Make Technology Plans (NETP)
Along With the State Requirements &Beaumont ISD’sLong Range Technology Plan
EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management
SP3 11 - ET8026
Week 5 Assignment
What We Have Learned
Best Technology Practices
Information Systems & Technology Use
Student at the center of the learning process
(Nagel, p. 4)
From the National Education Technology Plan (NETP): a depiction of the new model for student-centered learning.
Key Components of a Technology Plan
Nagel, (2010), p. 2-4.
Nagel, (2010), p. 2
Game Based Learning Experiences
More Game Based Learning Experiences
Virtual Cell http://vcell.ndsu.edu/public.htmlVi
Nagel, (2010) p. 4.
November, A. (1998), p. 1.
November, A. (1998), p. 1.
Technology Plans are Required by the State:
Campus and district improvement plans adopted under the requirements of the Texas Education Code must include the integration of technology in instructional and administrative programs
Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Title II, Part D, Enhancing Education Through Technology, the law states that in order to be eligible to receive a subgrant from the State educational agency, a local educational agency or eligible local entity shall sub it to the State educational agency an application containing a new or updated local long-range strategic educational technology plan that is consistent with the objectives of the statewide educational plan.
In addition, schools and districts are required to have an approved technology plan to participate in the federal Schools and Libraries Universal Service Support Mechanism better known as E-Rate. Resource: Texas e-Plan Online Technology Planning System (2010)
E-Rate is a common name for The Schools and Libraries Universal Service Fund
It provides discounts to assist schools and libraries
This assistance helps obtain affordable telecommunications services and Internet access.
TEA approves technology plans for K-12 schools.
The assessment tools for technology plans are the Texas STaR Charts.
The Texas STaR Charts are completed once a year.
Texas Education Agency e-Plan System (2011), p. 1.
BISD Technology Plan (2010), p. 2.
Beaumont Independent School District Technology Plan (2010). Beaumont Independent School District Technology Plan, 2010-2013. Retrieved May 10, 2011 from http://www.beaumont.k12.tx.us/bisdapps/ , p. 1 – 20.
Ed.Gov, National Educational Technology Plan , Department of Education. National Educational Technology Plan (2010). Retrieved May 10, 2011, http://www.ed.gov/technology/netp-2010, p. 1.
Texas Education Agency e-Plan System (2011). Technology Planning and E-Rate Support Center . Retrieved May 12, 2011, from http://tpesc.esc12.net/eplan/lrpt.html.
Nagel, D. (2010). National Ed Tech Plan Puts Technology at the Heart of Education Reform. Retrieved May 10, 2011 from http://thejournal.com/articles 2010/11/09/national-ed-tech-plan-puts-technology-at-the-heart-of-education-reform.aspx , p. 1 – 4.
North Dakota State University Virtual Cell, (2005). Virtual Cell. Retrieved May 11, 2010, http://vcell.ndsu.edu/public.html , p. 1.
November, A. (1998). Critical Issue: Developing a School or District Technology Plan. North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, Retrieved May 10, 2011, from http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/methods/technlgy/te300.htm, p. 1 – 3.
Prensky, M. (2007). Sims vs. Games: The Difference Defined. Edutopia, p. 1.
Shimabukuro, J. (2010). A Glimpse at the 2010 National Education Technology Plan. Retrieved May 20, 2011 from http://etcjournal.com/2010/11/10/glimpse-transforming-american-education-learning-powered-by-technology/, p. 1 – 2.
Solomon, G. & Schrum, L. (2007). Web 2.0: New Tools, New Schools. Washington, DC:ISTE, p. 20.