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Bridge City ISD 2010 - 2013 Plan for Technology. DISTRICT PROFILE Education Service Center Region 5 Number of Campuses 5 Total Student Enrollment 2485 District Size 1,600 - 2,999 Percent Econ. Disadvantaged 30.89 % Technology budgets reported in plan by category

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Bridge city isd 2010 2013 plan for technology
Bridge City ISD 2010 - 2013 Plan for Technology


DISTRICT PROFILE

Education Service Center Region 5

Number of Campuses 5

Total Student Enrollment 2485

District Size 1,600 - 2,999

Percent Econ. Disadvantaged 30.89%

Technology budgets reported in plan by category

Teaching and Learning Budget $144,237.00

Educator Preparation and Development Budget $229,856.00

Leadership, Administration and Support Budget $174,759.00

Infrastructure for Technology Budget $290,440.00

Total Technology Expenditures: $839,292.00

Technology Expenditure Per Pupil $337.74

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Number of Campuses

with Direct Connection to Internet 5

Percentage of Campuses

with Direct Connection to Internet 100.00%

Number of Classrooms

with Direct Connection to Internet 166

Percentage of Classrooms

with Direct Connection to Internet 100.00%

Computer/Student Ratio 6 student(s) for every computer

Computer/Teacher Ratio 1 teacher(s) for every computer

Number of campuses that need to

complete the Texas Campus STaR Chart 5

Percentage of campuses that have

completed the Texas Campus STaR Chart 100.00 %

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Vision:Educational technology will allow interactiveclassrooms to enhance curriculum and engage the students. The use of Web 2.0 toolswill increase student interest and success. Bridge City ISD will provide a robust infrastructure for students to connect and use these tools to access,

analyze and evaluate information

as well as work to solve problems

and communicate in an

information driven world.

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Mission:All classrooms

will include aninteractive whiteboard,

data projector, document camera,

sound system and Internet connected

student and teacher computers.

Students will use all educational

technology tools to access, analyze,

evaluate and communicate information.

With these skills, Bridge City ISD students will realize their potential to be competitive and succeed in a global society.

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


VISION 2020

Texas Long Range Plan for Technology

Teaching and Learning

Students can expect higher performance and deeper engagement in academic, real world endeavors by

accessing digital tools and resources available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week (24/7) appropriate to

individual strengths, needs, and learning styles. Students know they will be prepared to thrive in a global

workforce with changing economic implications.

Leadership, Administration and Instructional Support

Parents can expect not only to participate more directly in their children’s education but also to improve their

own knowledge as parents and citizens. Communications increase as parents have 24/7 access to learning

resources and student information such as achievement, attendance, and discipline.

Educator Preparation and Development

Educators can expect to access and use student information on demand in order to individualize instruction.

The use of digital tools and resources and 24/7 professional development opportunities transform the educators’

role in the educational process. Increased communication will enhance collaboration between school, home,

and community.

Infrastructure for Technology

Community and school board members can expect more effective and efficient use of fiscal resources and

human capital. Increased communication and participation in the educational decision-making process is

enhanced through the use of anytime, anywhere digital tools and resources.

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/technology/lrpt/LrptBrochure.pdf


National Educational Technology Plan

The U.S. Department of Education is developing a new National Educational Technology Plan to provide a vision for how information and communication technologies can help transform American education. The plan will provide a set of concrete goals that can inform state and local educational technology plans as well as inspire research, development, and innovation. A draft plan is expected in early 2010.

https://edtechfuture.org/



Learning:Enabling unprecedented access to high-quality learning experiences.

Everyone, including English Language Learners and students with disabilities, should have increased access to meaningful, well designed and readily available learning experiences, throughout their lives.

https://edtechfuture.org/


  • GOAL 1: Teachers and students will access technology as a tool to achieve academic standards and success developing studentswho are capable of assuming productive roles in a global society.

  • Teachers will utilize and integrate technology into all aspects of curriculum to improve studentachievement and meet both State and Federal Guidelines and requirements of No Child Left Behind.

  • Teachers will provide studentswith hands-on experiences in an interactive classroom to develop technology skills and interest within an enriched learning environment.

  • Focus on providing and graduating students with skills for the 21st century work force which includes the ability to collaborate in a technology driven world.

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Teaching:

New ways

to support those who support learning.

  • Technology can enable mentors, coaches, and peers to better support learning both in and out of school.

  • Teachers can benefit from resources provided through technology and from anytime/anywhere professional interactions, including collaborations to share and refine effective techniques and resources.

https://edtechfuture.org/


GOAL 2:Provide meaningful and purposeful ongoing staff development to promote growth in educators‘ effectiveness in integrating technology in a student-centered learning environment.

  • Provide trainingfor all new and existing technology resources required by curriculum initiatives designed to improve academic achievement of all students.

  • Provide faculty and staff trainingto achieve implementation and appropriate uses of all technology resources based on data-driven decisions to improve student success.

  • Offer staffdevelopmentopportunities in a variety of mediums to provide educators with necessary skills to integrate technology in the classroom.

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Assessment:Measuring what matters and providing the information that enables continuous improvement processes at all levels of the education system.

Students, teachers, parents and

administrators should have access

to the kinds of data that can

enable better instructional

decisions and provision of educational resources.

https://edtechfuture.org/


GOAL 3: Provide staff with the technology resources, tools, and training necessary to improve the quality of communication with parents, community partners and stake holders.

  • Expand online resources for efficient access and use of information by all staff, students, parents and community partners.

  • Plan and provide technology training and continued education opportunities for staff and community partners.

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Productivity:

Redesigning systems and

processes to free up

education system resources

to support learning.

In an era of scarce resources, education systems need to take advantage of new technological and content solutions to reduce spending tied to inefficient systems and processes. This effort includes more effective approaches to education R&D to increase the pace of innovation and the scaling of effective practices.

https://edtechfuture.org/


  • GOAL 4:Provide the infrastructure to support robust information delivery and emerging technologies to students, teachers, administrators and community partners.

  • Supply the necessary building space, equipment and supportstructure to maintain and expand the Bridge City ISD infrastructure.

  • Upgrade the district’s network infrastructure to provide resources for emerging technologies that supportinstructional and administrative applications as well as share resources and services with higher education, parents, local businesses and community members.

  • Provide timely and knowledgeable technical support for all implemented technologies.

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Evaluation Process:

All teachers at all campuses will complete the Texas Star Chart and a district survey to assess the use of technology to improve education and student performance.

The technology committee will meet again in the spring to determine the progress that each campus has made during the year in regards to effective use of technology in the classroom. This will also give time for additional feedback for planning professional development opportunities for the beginning of the next school year.

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Evaluation Method:

The technology department and the technology committee will use the following means to evaluate the success of the technology plan and to make decisions on the impact that technology has on the learning process for all students.

* Star Chart

* A district teacher survey addressing the teacher's success of integrating technology into curriculum and instruction

* TAKS scores

* Notes and suggestions from committee meetings

* Monitoring technology integration through classroom observations

* Reviewing teacher lesson plans

* Inventory of software or hardware purchased to meet student objectives

* Review of technology plan timelines and implementation of strategies

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Funding

Budget year 2010

Budget item Cost Funding Sources

Staff Development $17,783.00 Title I

Title II Part D

Local

Telecommunications & Internet Access

$126,726.00 State (Tech Allotment)

ERATE

Materials & Supplies $12,188.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local

Equipment $42,508.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local

Maintenance $55,645.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local/Personnel

Miscellaneous Expenses $24,914.00 Local/Personnel

Total $279,764.00

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Budget year 2011

Budget itemCostFunding Sources

Staff Development $17,783.00 Title I

Title II Part D

Local

Telecommunications & Internet Access

$126,726.00 State (Tech Allotment)

ERATE

Materials & Supplies $12,188.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local

Equipment $42,508.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local

Maintenance $55,645.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local/Personnel

Miscellaneous Expenses $24,914.00 Local/Personnel

Total $279,764.00

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


Budget year 2012

Budget item CostFunding Sources

Staff Development $17,783.00 Title I

Title II Part D

Local

Telecommunications & Internet Access

$126,726.00 State (Tech Allotment)

ERATE

Materials & Supplies $12,188.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local

Equipment $42,508.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local

Maintenance $55,645.00 State (Tech Allotment)

Local

Miscellaneous Expenses $24,914.00 Local/Personnel

Total $279,764.00

BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013


References

Harrison, Dr. Jamey. (January, 2010) BRIDGE CITY ISD Technology Plan: 2010 – 2013.

National Educational Technology Plan: https://edtechfuture.org/

Texas Long Range Plan for Technology: http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/technology/lrpt/LrptBrochure.pdf


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