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Technology Strategic Plan Report. Appoquinimink School District Technology Services January 8, 2008. 1. 4. Expansion through referendum funds. Information security and data recovery. 2. 5. 06-09 district technology plan – year two. Customer satisfaction. 3. Technology staff development.

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technology strategic plan report

Technology Strategic Plan Report

Appoquinimink School District Technology Services

January 8, 2008

purpose

1

4

Expansion through referendum funds

Information security and data recovery

2

5

06-09 district technology plan – year two

Customer satisfaction

3

Technology staff development

Purpose
  • Update the Board and the community on Strategic Plan achievements and activities in the area of technology
purpose1
Purpose

Technology…

  • Enhances instruction and assessment
  • Expands educational options
  • Motivates students
  • As content, prepares students to be informed citizens, lifelong learners, responsible technology users, and successful employees and entrepreneurs
  • Improves communication between schools and homes
  • Increases personal productivity of teachers, administrators, and staff
  • Enhances decision making and planning
slide4

1

Expansion through referendum funds

Technology has been part of three successful operating referenda

  • 1998 – $80,000 per year

For technology replacement

  • 2003 – $300,000 per year

For technology expansion

  • 2006 – $126,000 per year

For door buzzers and classroom telephones. Once phones are complete, money goes for technology replacement

slide5

1

Expansion through referendum funds

Mobile wireless laptop carts

  • CLE and OBL equipment purchased

Last of specific technologies from 2003

slide6

1

Expansion through referendum funds

Classroom telephones

Five schools currently do not have classroom phones – four of the five are scheduled to be completed by summer 2008, and the fifth school is projected to be completed by the end of 2008.

  • RMS – April 2008
  • MMS – April 2008
  • TES – April 2008
  • CLE – May 2008
  • SLE – November 2008
slide7

Verizon

Site: WMSSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2007Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CLECCSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2005Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: AHSSystem: MillenniumInstalled: 2007Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CLESystem: SwitchedInstalled: 1991 Teachers/VM?: N

Site: OBLSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 2005Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: DOSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 1999Staff/VM?: Y

Site: RMSSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 2003Teachers/VM?: N

Site: Brick houseSystem: POTSInstalled: ???Staff/VM?: ?

Site: SLESystem: ToshibaInstalled: 2002Teachers/VM?: N

Site: Diamond GpSystem: VariousInstalled: ???Staff/VM?: Y

Site: MMS and AECCSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 2002Teachers/VM?: MMS–N, AECC–Y

Site: BMESystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2003Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: TESSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 2002Teachers/VM?: N

16 phone systems8 brands/modes5 sites without classroom phones

Site: MHSSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 1999Teachers/VM?: Y

Appoquinimink Phones – October 2007

slide8

Verizon

Site: WMSSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2007Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CLECCSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2005Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: AHSSystem: MillenniumInstalled: 2007Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CLESystem: ToshibaInstalled: 2008(03) Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: OBLSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 2005Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: ATCSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2007Staff/VM?: Y

Site: RMSSystem: NEC Installed: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CAOSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2007Staff/VM?: Y

Site: SLESystem: NEC Installed: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: BMESystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2003Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: MMS and AECCSystem: NEC Installed: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: TESSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: TECCSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: MHSSystem: ToshibaInstalled: 1999Teachers/VM?: Y

14 phone systems4 brandsAll sites have classroom phones

Appoquinimink Phones – November 2008

slide9

Verizon

Site: WMSSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2007Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CLECCSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2005Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: AHSSystem: IwatsuInstalled: FutureTeachers/VM?: Y

Site: New ElemSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2009Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CLESystem: IwatsuInstalled: FutureTeachers/VM?: Y

Site: OBLSystem: NEC Installed: FutureTeachers/VM?: Y

Site: ATCSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2007Staff/VM?: Y

Site: RMSSystem: NEC Installed: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: CAOSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2007Staff/VM?: Y

Site: SLESystem: NEC Installed: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: BMESystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2003Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: MMS and AECCSystem: NEC Installed: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: MHSSystem: NEC Installed: FutureTeachers/VM?: Y

Site: TESSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

Site: TECCSystem: IwatsuInstalled: 2008Teachers/VM?: Y

15 phone systems2 brands

Appoquinimink Phones – Future

slide10

1

Expansion through referendum funds

Expansion of computer and non-computer technologies

technology expansion
Technology expansion

Computers in Appoquinimink

2500

Opened AGW

Number of computers in Appoquinimink

2000

2628

Opened CLECC

2001-2007Enrollment 45%Computers 172%

2115

1500

1992

Opened BME

1632

1000

Opened OBL

1270

1136

967

500

Time

October

‘06

‘07

‘01

‘03

‘04

‘02

‘05

0

technology expansion1
Technology expansion

Student-to-Computer Ratio (Districtwide)

6:1

Ratio of students to computers

5:1

5.8:1

5.2:1

4:1

5.0:1

3.5:1

4.3:1

3.5:1

4.1:1

3.9:1

3:1

3.3:1

2:1

Time

October

2/10

1/10

4/11

1/7

0/8

1/9

1/9

Schools meeting the target

‘06

‘07

‘01

‘03

‘04

‘02

‘05

1:1

slide13

ASD Technology Implementation Standards

  • 64 standards
  • Semi-annual gap analysis for each school
  • Schools and district tech staff agree on priorities
  • Training needs
  • Allows for innovation

Provideenoughcomputers

Keep technology up-to-date

Providenon-computerlearningtechnologies

Technology expansion

3.5:1 SCR for each schoolKeep up with growth

Hardware replacement

Software updates

Resource Constraints

Audiovisual technologies21st century learning

slide14

1

Expansion through referendum funds

Top non-computer technologies

  • LCD projectors
  • Digital cameras and video cameras
  • Interactive whiteboards
  • Student response systems
  • Classroom amplification systems
  • Document cameras
  • Videoconferencing
  • Podcasting
slide15

2

06-09 district technology plan – year two

2006-2009 Appoquinimink SD Technology Plan contains 58 items

slide16

2

06-09 district technology plan – year two

Major plan achievements

  • Closer collaboration between Curriculum and Technology departments
  • E-mail service continuity improved
  • ReadNaturally, FASTT Math, Follett Library software
  • 72.3% of teachers at LoTi (Levels of Technology Implementation) Level 2 or above as of April 2007 (district goal is 70%)
  • Added one systems technician
slide17

2

06-09 district technology plan – year two

Major items in progress

  • Classroom telephones; voice infrastructure
  • Follett Textbook Manager; SIF (Schools Interoperability Framework)
  • Disaster recovery and information security projects
  • Video infrastructure self-study
  • Curriculum reviews
slide18

3

Technology staff development

  • 75% of new teachers have received orientation on instructional technologies available in the district
  • 100% of new teachers have received orientation and training in eSchool+
  • Curriculum Department is implementing a professional development (PD) catalog, registration and tracking system
    • Five systems reviewed
    • Selection phase
    • Will help promote district and outside technology PD offerings
slide19

4

Information security and data recovery

  • Strengthen the district’s readiness against loss or disclosure of sensitive information, hackers, disasters, etc.
  • Priority of the Delaware Department of Technology and Information
    • Annual information security posture survey (DISP)
  • Our priorities
    • Backups
    • Physical security
    • Disaster Recovery Plan update
    • Detecting and responding to hackers
slide20

5

Customer satisfaction

Systems Services – April 2007 (18%RR)

98.5% Meets or better; 63.9% Exceeds +

slide21

5

Customer satisfaction

Data Services – April 2007 (17% RR)

95.0% Meets or better; 36.4% Exceeds +

customer satisfaction
Comments and suggestions collected reveal two major themes in improving service

Communication

Network/computer speed

Each technician has set a customer satisfaction goal related to comments received

More communication via faculty and committee meetings

We will also try to get a higher response rate via an online survey tool such as SurveyMonkey

Customer satisfaction