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DRAFT 2010 State of Michigan Educational Technology Plan. State Board of Education Presentation December 8, 2009. Sally Vaughn , Ph.D. Deputy Superintendent/Chief Academic Officer Michigan Department of Education MaryAlice Galloway , Director Office of Education Improvement and Innovation

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draft 2010 state of michigan educational technology plan

DRAFT2010 State of MichiganEducational Technology Plan

State Board of Education Presentation

December 8, 2009

Sally Vaughn, Ph.D.Deputy Superintendent/Chief Academic OfficerMichigan Department of Education

MaryAlice Galloway, DirectorOffice of Education Improvement and Innovation

Bruce Umpstead, State DirectorEducational Technology and Data Coordination

time for an update
2006 State Educational Technology Plan

2010 State Educational Technology Plan

Time for an Update
aligning with the michigan school improvement framework
2006 MSIF

2006 Ed Tech Plan

Aligning with the MichiganSchool Improvement Framework

2010 Ed Tech Plan

Teaching for Learning

Leadership

Teaching for Learning

Digital Citizenship

Leadership

Leadership

Student Learning

Professional Learning

Professional Learning

School and CommunityRelations

Data Driven Decisions

School and CommunityRelations

Professional Learning

Data and InformationManagement

Data and InformationManagement

Broadband Access

Shared Resources

Funding

input provided by the educational technology advisory group etag

Input provided by theEducational Technology Advisory Group (ETAG)

Membership List on pages 18 and 19

state plan serves as model for isds districts public school academies and non public schools
State Plan serves as model for ISDs, Districts, Public School Academies, and Non-Public Schools

MDE approves Public School Districts, Public School Academies, and Non-Public Schools technology plans as part of the Federal Communication Commission\'s eRate program

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federal measures of progress educational technology effectiveness
Federal Measures of ProgressEducational Technology Effectiveness

Every district must annually report:

  • Technology integrated curriculum (state approved technology plan)
  • Number of instructional computers with high-speed, low speed, or no connectivity to the internet
  • Number of personnel skilled in technology
  • Number of eighth grade students determined to be technologically literate
personnel skilled in technology
Personnel Skilled in Technology

Professional Standards for Michigan Teachers (Standard 7)

8 th grade technology literacy
8th Grade Technology Literacy

Michigan Educational Technology Standards for Students (METS-S)

state sponsored programs
State Sponsored Programs

Superintendent’s Seat Time Waivers

  • 21 individual waivers issued
  • Genesee ISD waiver extended to the entire state
    • 25 percent of districts’ high school students
    • But no more than 10 percent of ISDs’ total high school population
federally funded programs

Full participation in the collective evaluation

Permission to use district data for research purposes

Common set of standards for personnel technology skills

Common set of assessment items for 8th grade technology literacy

Federally Funded Programs

Improving Instruction through Regional Data Initiatives

  • $11.6 Million in ARRA funding
  • All ISDs and their districts and academies were eligible
  • Focus on differentiated instruction using data
  • Expanding existing data systems and professional development models
schedule of public comment
Schedule of Public Comment
  • Draft presented to SBE 12/8/2009
  • Web survey opened 12/11/2009

closed 1/15/2009

  • Webinars
    • Tuesday, 10am 12/15/2009
    • Tuesday, 10am 12/22/0209
    • Tuesday, 2pm 1/5/2010
    • Tuesday, 2pm 1/19/2010
  • Final version presented to SBE 2/9/2010
contacts

Contacts

Bruce [email protected]

Barb [email protected]

Ron [email protected]

Public Documents

www.Michigan.gov/EdTech

www.TechPlan.org

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