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  1. 2012-2013 Tech Advisory Committee March 19, 2013 Geiger Elementary School

  2. Objectives • Review the final draft or the new technology plan for 2013-2016 • Review the presentation for the school board meeting on March 28th • The committee is looking at the best ways to use limited resources to make the most impact on teaching and learning

  3. Tonight’s Agenda • Update on Current Projects • Tech Tour of Geiger • My Sites • 2013-2016 Tech Plan Presentation to the Board • Adjourn “The irony of the information age is that it has given new respectability to uninformed opinion.” -Veteran reporter John Lawton, 68, speaking to the American Association of Broadcast Journalists in 1995

  4. Project Updates

  5. Tech Equity IV.V • Computer upgrade and replacement at all* K-12 Libraries • One additional computer for each high school classroom • Laptops for high school science labs

  6. Schools Completed • Sherman • Grant • Boze • Downing • Franklin • Pt. Defiance • Delong • Manitou • Fawcett • Lowell • Birney • Washington • Whitman • Bryant • Meeker • Reed • Whittier • Fern Hill • Crescent Heights • Roosevelt • Jefferson • Edison • Blix • Browns Point

  7. MSP • Preparation is complete • Completed updates two weeks ago • State released a new version one week later

  8. TAC & eSchoolPlus+ • Elementary Report Cards • Focus Groups • More TAC training • User Voice • Scheduling • PerformancePlus+ • TAC Version 3.0 & more

  9. Class Collaboration Workspace • Increased use • Offering training sessions • Seeing real interest in blended learning

  10. Benchmarks • Data accuracy and integrity in final stages of confirmation • Rolling out access soon

  11. Do you know what is in this picture?

  12. The Intrepid Ryan Booth and Steve Marukami Tech Tour of Geiger

  13. Ryan Booth, Jack Leiman My Sites

  14. 2013-2016Tech Plan March 28, 2013 Tacoma School District Board of Directors

  15. 2013-2016 Technology Plan Presentation • 2012-2013 Technology Advisory Committee • 2010-2013 Plan and Projects • The Tech Planning Process • Highlights of the 2013-2016 Tech Plan • Infrastructure and Life Cycle Replacement Projects • Innovative and Pilot Projects • Office of Project Management • Action at April 25th Meeting

  16. Technology Advisory Committee

  17. Technology Advisory Committee • Began working on the new tech plan last year in 2011-2012 • Tech Advisory met three times in 2011-2012 and three times in 2012-2013 • Collaborated online and reviewed and revised the tech plan • Prioritized tech plan projects

  18. The 2010-2013 Tech Plan How’d we do?

  19. 2010-2013 Tech Plan Projects • The previous tech plan laid out an ambitious set of projects and objectives • Nearly all of the projects were completed or are in progress today • The switch from eSIS to eSchoolPlus+ had a profound impact on the timing of many projects

  20. 2010-2013 Tech Plan Pilot Projects • Ready! Set, Read! – Narrowing the Achievement Gap • Train the Trainers – Increasing Building Level Expertise • Do Instructional Technology / Do Media • eSISGrades Pilot • Portfolio Pilot

  21. 2010-2013 Tech Plan Projects • Parent Access • Equity Across the • Electronic Portfolios Curriculum • Reliable Technology in the Classroom

  22. 2010-2013 Tech Plan Projects • Teacher Collaboration • Access to Work • Hand-held Devices • Flexible Training and Communication • Contain Costs

  23. 2010-2013 Tech Plan Projects • Simplification Initiatives • Network Simplification • Computer Simplification • Technology Equity III • Technology Equity IV

  24. 2010-2013 Tech Plan Projects • Application Maximization Initiatives • Lawson Talent Management • eSchoolPlus+

  25. 2010-2013 Tech Plan Projects • Data Driven Decisions • Data Warehouse • Benchmarks • Dashboards • Employee Portals

  26. Planning for 2013-2016

  27. Students Who are College and Career Ready • In planning and writing the next plan we collected information and input from a large variety of areas • State and National Standards • Surveys of students, staff, teachers, and administrators • Feedback from Tech Advisory

  28. Students Who are College and Career Ready Use technology and digital media strategically and capably. Students employ technology thoughtfully to enhance their reading, writing, speaking, listening, and language use. They tailor their searches online to acquire useful information efficiently, and they integrate what they learn using technology with what they learn offline. They are familiar with the strengths and limitations of various technological tools and mediums and can select and use those best suited to their communication goals. -Common Core State Standards

  29. “EdTech is Integral” • “Technology is a fundamental and necessary part of classroom life. It’s not a treat. And it’s not just for some kids and not all. Technology is a basic building block of K–12 education today.” -Randy Dorn Superintendent of Public Instruction

  30. “EdTech is Integral” • Educational technology is no longer a standalone component of public K–12 education—separate from administration, teaching, learning and assessment.

  31. “EdTech is Integral” • EdTech is integral to the state’s online testing initiative, which will expand significantly with the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) assessments in 2014-15.

  32. “EdTech is Integral” • The K–12 system will find it increasingly difficult to graduate college- and career-ready students without significant attention paid to technology literacy. As with any subject, the need to build knowledge and skills begins in the elementary grades and continues into a student’s senior year.

  33. Washington State Technology Standards • Students should be technologically fluent and technologically literate

  34. Washington State Technology Standards • Technology Literacy is the ability to responsibly, creatively and effectively use appropriate technology to: • Communicate. • Access, collect, manage, integrate and evaluate information. • Solve problems and create solutions • Build and share knowledge. • Improve and enhance learning in all subject areas and experiences.

  35. Washington State Technology Standards • Technology Fluency is demonstrated when students: • Apply technology to real-world experiences. • Adapt to changing technologies. • Modify current and create new technologies. • Personalize technology to meet personal needs, interests and learning style.

  36. iste NETS • NETS for Teachers • NETS for Administrators • NETS for Students • NETS for Facilitators

  37. Frame Their Thinking • Staff Technology Skills • Student Technology Skills • Networking, Infrastructure, and Enterprise Systems • Online & Blended Learning • Staff Equipment Needs • Student Equipment Needs • Curriculum and Instruction Based Initiatives • Innovation and Pilot Projects

  38. District Technology Survey • Used the same survey from 2010 with slight modifications • Tried to assess the attitudes and opinions of those in the district towards the technology

  39. District Technology Survey • Over 800 responded • 15 District Level Administrators • 39 Building Administrators • 755 Certificated Staff

  40. District Technology Survey • District staff were asked a variety of questions around technology • Questions centered on the tech available • To perform the tasks of their job • What additional resources are needed • How often tech is used

  41. Annual State Technology Survey • 20% of 8th graders are at Tier III or proficient in their use of technology • 21.5% of teachers are in Tier III • 35.1% of administrators are in Tier III

  42. Projects for 2013-2016

  43. 2013-2016 Tech Plan Projects • The plan includes several projects focused on upgrading and maintaining our network, computers, enterprise systems, and data based initiatives • Along with those are numerous innovative and pilot projects

  44. Data Driven Decision Making Projects • Benchmarks • Data Warehouse • Business Intelligence • Integration with External Support Groups and Agencies • Comprehensive Student Assessment System

  45. Simplification Initiatives and Projects • Network Simplification and Maximazation • Technology Life Cycle Replacement • System Wide Maintenance and Replacement • Telecommunications • Technology Equity V • Technology Equity VI • Digital Forms

  46. Simplification Initiatives and Projects • Network Simplification and Maximazation • Technology Life Cycle Replacement • System Wide Maintenance and Replacement • Telecommunications • Technology Equity V • Technology Equity VI • Digital Forms

  47. Application Maximization Initiatives • Lawson Enterprise Resource Planning • eSchoolPlus+ Student Information System • Time Input Processing Replacement • TrackIt Upgrade or Replacement • Lync

  48. 2013-2016 Innovative Tech Plan Projects • Explore Use of Non Standard Technology in the Classroom • One to One Solutions for students • Adaptive resources for remediation, acceleration, and credit recovery

  49. 2013-2016 Innovative Tech Plan Projects • Integrating with external support agencies • Class Collaboration • Classroom of the Future • Virtual/Online Professional Development • Classroom Walkthrough Data Collection • BYOD • Comprehensive Student Assessment System

  50. 2013-2016 Innovative Tech Plan Projects • Tech - C&I Partnership • Parent Kiosks • Innovative Tech Use • Internship and Apprenticeship Program • 1:1 Device • eBooks & eReaders, and Digital Textbooks