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  1. Orangefield ISD Technology Plan Nicole Wolfford Lamar University EDLD 5362 Information Systems Management May 13, 2012

  2. www.wordle.net

  3. National Institute of Standards and Technology • National technology standards • State and local standards correlation • Future Goals

  4. Technology TEKS Technology Applications Include: • Foundations • Information Acquisition • Solving Problems • Communication

  5. National Technology Plan5 Goals by 2014 • Technology can fundamentally change the learning process. • Use technology in the second generation of assessments. • Connect teachers with their teachers. • To build an infrastructure that allows us to support access in and out of school. • Harness the power of technology to help schools become more productive. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0PctTd_pIE

  6. Developing a Plan • “An effective technology plan is based on the shared vision of educators, parents, community members, and business leaders who have technological expertise. It ensures that technology strengthens existing curricula and supports meaningful, engaged learning for all students. It also specifies how the technology will be paid for and how its use will be supported.” (November, 1996, p.1)

  7. OISD Needs Assessment • Planning Committee • Budget • Equipment/LAN • Technology Department Staffing

  8. OISD Student/Computer Ratio 3:1 Teacher/Computer Ratio 1:1 • illustrationsof.com • http://www.123rf.com/stock-photo/computer.html

  9. OISD Goals, Objectives, and Strategies • Goal 1: Integrate technology as an integral part of administrative services. • Integrate Technology

  10. OISD Goals, Objectives, Strategies • Goal 2: Enhance academic achievement of OISD students through the use of current and appropriate technology in the teaching and learning process. • Benchmarks • Distance Learning • Internet Safety • “Effective Technology Plans stress integration of technology into the curriculum.” (See, n.d. p.1)

  11. OISD Goals, Objectives, Strategies • Goal 3: Provide staff with meaningful professional development, and opportunities to utilize technology in a student-centered learning environment. • Staff Development • “Effective technology plans are tied to staff development plans.” (See, n.d. p.1)

  12. OISD Goals, Objectives, and Strategies • Goal 4: Maintain and upgrade technological capabilities/resources in the district. • Equipment • Technology Plan Review • Annual Targets- Plan every 2-3 years with revisions every 6 months. http://ictpd.net/techplan/#Set • “Effective technology plans are short term, not long term. Five year plans are too long.” (See, n.d. p.1)

  13. OISD Budget • Staff Development- $4,163.00 • Telecommunications and Internet- $38,500.00 • Materials and Supplies- $29,950.00 • Equipment- $95, 594.00 • Maintenance- $10,000.00 • Miscellaneous Expenses- $8,335.00 • Total- $186,542.00

  14. OISD Budget

  15. Recommendations for OISD • Technology Grants • Teacher Training • Technology Curriculum Director

  16. Who Knew? • My space, YouTube, and Facebook, have 250 million users every month, collectively. • Last year, 95% of songs downloaded weren’t paid for. • The average American teen sends 2,272 text messages every month. • 93% of U.S. adults own a cell phone. • Newspapers are down by 7 million over the last 25 years. • By 2016, the largest English speaking nation will be……China! • http://youtube.com/watch?v=6ILQrUrEWe8&NR=1

  17. References Nagel, David (2010, November 19). National ed tech plan puts technology at the heart of educational reform. The Journal. Retrieved on May 6, 2012, from: http://thejournal.com/articles/2010/11/09/national-ed-tech-plans-puts-technology-at-the-heart-of-education-reform.aspx November, Alan (1996). Critical issue : Developing a school or district technology plan. North Central Regional Technology in Education Consortium. Retrieved on May 6, 2012, from: http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/methods/technology/te300.com See, John (n.d.).Developing effective technology plans. National Center for Technology Planning. Retrieved on May 6, 2012, from: http://netp.com/html/john_see.com