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Technology Plan. Huntington ISD. Background. Required by law in order to receive funding E-Rate is a discount program Plans must be short term Our plan is for 2011-2013 5 campuses 1,749 students enrolled Economically disadvantaged students 51.97% Technology expenditures: $462,000

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Technology plan

Technology Plan

Huntington ISD


Background

Background

Required by law in order to receive funding

E-Rate is a discount program

Plans must be short term

Our plan is for 2011-2013

5 campuses

1,749 students enrolled

Economically disadvantaged students 51.97%

Technology expenditures: $462,000

Technology expenditure per student: $264.15

(Wright, 2011)


National education technology plan 2010

National EducationTechnology Plan 2010

Learning: Engage and Empower

Assessment: Measure What Matters

Teaching: Prepare and Connect

Infrastructure: Access and Enable

Productivity: Redesign and Transform

(United States Secretary of Education, 2010)


Learning engage and empower

Learning: Engage and Empower

  • Goal 1 – 100% of the instructional staff will utilize technology to support research-based instructional strategies to improve student learning and meet diverse learning needs.

    • Dual credit and college credit classes offered

    • Education 20/20 software for individualized course credit

    • Internet and library research databases will be available for all access

    • Professional development offered for teachers to help them facilitate learning in their classrooms

(Wright, 2011) and (United State Secretary of Education, 2010)


Assessment measure what matters

Assessment: Measure What Matters

  • Evaluation Process

    • Technology Committee will evaluate biannually

      • Technology Director, Computer Technician, and teachers from each campus

    • Surveys of staff

    • Interviews by committee members

    • Staff participation in professional development

    • Technology integration measured

    • Monitor community access

    • Inventory of hardware and software

    • Support and maintenance

(Wright, 2011) and (United State Secretary of Education, 2010)


Teaching prepare and connect

Teaching: Prepare and Connect

  • Goal 3 – 100% of administrators, support staff, and teachers will use technology to improve communication and disseminate information to staff, students, parents, and the community.

    • Create a technology budget

    • Technology plan developed, updated, and evaluated

    • Seek all funds available (local, state, federal programs, grants, community partnerships)

    • Apply for E-Rate reimbursements

    • School and community access will increase

    • Parent surveys

    • School website updated

    • E-mail will be used to communicate with all stakeholders

(Wright, 2011) and (United State Secretary of Education, 2010)


Infrastructure access and enable

Infrastructure:Access and Enable

  • Needs assessment

    • Surveys, interviews, focus group sessions, inventories, and Texas Campus STaR Chart

  • Goal 4 – The district infrastructure will be configured and maintained to provide access to quality technology resources for the whole district and community.

    • Technical support staff evaluation

    • Technology inventory annually

    • Update technology plan

    • Purchase new computers on a schedule utilizing the latest technology available

(Wright, 2011) and (United State Secretary of Education, 2010)


Infrastructure access and enable1

Infrastructure:Access and Enable

  • Goal 4 (continued)

    • Maintain connectivity on all campuses

    • Internet filter will be utilized

    • Technical support and professional development will be maintained on a daily basis

    • Instructional technologist will help teachers

    • Daily backup of data

    • Appropriate hardware and software provided for each campus

(Wright, 2011) and (United State Secretary of Education, 2010)


Productivity redesign and transform

Productivity:Redesign and Transform

  • Goal 2 – 100% of teachers will have opportunities for continued staff development needed to integrate technology into the curriculum.

    • Ongoing, sustained staff development provided

    • STaR Chart completed by teachers

    • Teachers will attend minimum of 6 hours of technology professional development annually

    • Teachers will demonstrate skills learned in professional development using technology resources available

(Wright, 2011) and (United State Secretary of Education, 2010)


References

References

Nagel, D. (2010, November 9). National ed tech plan puts technology at the heart of education reform. The Journal. Retrieved from http://thejournal.com/articles/2010/11/09/national-ed-tech-plan-puts-technology-at-the-heart-of-education-reform.aspx

Ray, B. (2011, January 25). National educational technology plan: Your questions answered. Retrieved from Edutopia: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/national-educational-technology-plan-netp-audrey-watters

See, J. (2001). Developing Effective Technology Plans. Retrieved from National Center for Technology Planning: http://www.nctp.com/html/john_see.cfm


References1

References

Shimabukuro, J. (2010, November 10). A glimpse at the 2010 national education technology plan. Educational Technology and Change Journal. Retrieved from http://etcjournal.com/2010/11/10/glimpse-transforming-american-education-learning-powered-by-technology/

United States Secretary of Education. (2010). Transforming American Education: Learning powered by technology. Alexandria, VA: U.S. Department of Educaiton. Retrieved May 7, 2012, from http://www.ed.gov/technology/netp-2010

Wright, E. (2011). Huntington ISD Technology Plan for E-Rate Year 14. Huntington.


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