MORIAH CSD Instructional Technology Plan - Annually

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1 LEA Information A. LEA Information 1. What is the total student enrollment based on the most recent BEDS Day submission? What is the student enrollment by grade band based on the latest BEDS Day submission? Grades K-2 Grades 3-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Enrollment What is the name of the district administrator entering the technology plan survey data? Erin Gilbo 4. What is the title of the district administrator entering the technology plan survey data? Other 4a. If the response to question four was "Other", please provide the title. Business Manager 08/20/ :59 AM Page 1 of 16

2 Instructional Technology Vision and Goals B. Instructional Technology Vision and Goals 1. Please provide the district mission statement. Moriah Central School proclaims its mission to be the provision of a safe, supportive, and academically challenging environment for all students in our community. We are dedicated to the goals of educational excellence, preparation for college & careers, & the development of a high level of citizenship. Moriah Central School proclaims its instructional technology mission to be the provision of a technological environment that promotes learning and opportunity for all students in our community. We are dedicated to the goals of providing faculty, staff & students the resources necessary to use technology as a tool to achieve educational excellence & preparation for college & careers. 2. Please provide the executive summary of the instructional technology plan, including vision and goals. Plan Summary Moriah Central School is committed to integrating various technologies with existing instructional strategies to improve student achievement in alignment with the new standards. We recognize the need to restructure the learning environment to provide student-centered learning, problem solving, and exploration. We must continue to investigate the best ways to provide easy and ready access to technology that will enable staff to meet the educational and operational goals of the new standards; to ensure the availability of technology to students(including those with disabilities and English language learners); to encourage communications within the school, the district, and the community. Technology has become an essential part of school and community learning. It not only accommodates different learning styles, but can also motivate students to become more active in the learning process in the classroom and beyond. Teachers can facilitate student-led exploration, discovery, and research through technology. At present time, we have computers with internet and network capability in every classroom, and we have an acceptable use policy in place for students. We have computer labs at both elementary and secondary levels including two mobile labs. We have interactive white board technology in every classroom. We have 2 networked color laser printers, 7 multifunction printers and many networked laser printers. Additional cameras, imaging, e-readers, tablets and multimedia devices have also been purchased. We also have a distance learning lab in place. Objectives As we plan for the future, we look with pride on our accomplishments. Much remains to be done, however, as technology is ever-changing. The primary areas of focus are: PreK-12 Instructional Program Development utilizing district wide hardware and software To use technology to improve student literacy levels and English Language Arts skills and mathematics Strategies: Increase integration of effective early literacy software for pre-k through grade 2 Strategies: Utilize standard based assessment programs to generate baseline assessment data and allow for ongoing progress monitoring for the school year To promote continued staff development in technology Strategies: Provide technology training for new teachers. Continue to explore new technology education training opportunities for faculty Encourage faculty to attend technology workshops and conferences, especially NYSCATE Parental/Community-School System Improvements To create a system for community access to school records Strategies: Research ways other districts have created like systems. Develop a safe course of action To improve/enhance technology education for the community Strategies: Maintain an informative, community friendly web site. Collaborate with other community groups to provide technology education and offer parent training session on how to utilize programs for parent staff communications Reducing the student to computer ratio, with an aim of 1:1 for current classroom instructional purposes and future state testing requirements Making technology more mobile to accommodate individual teacher requirements to instruct the common core learning standards in a classroom setting To utilize the new wireless infrastructure now in place and enhance it to accommodate additional connections Strategies: Purchase e-readers for student use. Purchase wireless devices/labs for student use in the classrooms Sustain the technology infrastructure that supports all users across the district 08/20/ :59 AM Page 2 of 16

3 Instructional Technology Vision and Goals 3. Please summarize the planning process used to develop the instructional technology plan. Please include the stakeholder groups participating and outcomes of the instructional technology plan development meetings. The planning process for the District involved multiple meetings which included multiple stakeholders(teachers, parents, administration, network technicians and staff). Over the course of multiple meetings, the current infrastructure and hardware were discussed as well as a list of potential technological improvements and professional development was generated to ensure staff and students had the necessary tools for 21st century learning objectives. June 24, 2014: Discussed the need for additional mobile devices, but was put on hold due to lack of funding. March 17, 2015: Updates were made to the technology plan. June 17, 2015: A technology survey was created to assess the needs of students in the classrooms and what types of devices and professional development would be beneficial. Work was done on the technology plan and the technology plan survey. July 7, 2015: Results from a technology survey were also shared with the technology committee to ensure all stakeholders had an opportunity to share concerns, make requests, and provide an explanation on how the increased availability of technology equipment and improved infrastructure would support the improvement of student academic success in the classroom. These results were transferred into the technology plan and plan survey. A list of 4. Please provide the source(s) of any gap between the current level of technology and the district's stated vision and goals. Access Points (Checked) Connectivity (Checked) Device Gap (Checked) Professional Development (Checked) Staffing (Checked) 4a. Please specify if "Other" was selected in question four. 5. Based upon your answer to question four, what are the top three challenges that are causing the gap? If you chose " Gap Present" in question four, please enter N/A. The main challenge in the District is the lack of appropriate funding needed to close the gap between our current level of technology and the District's goals. We also face challenges in the area of professional development opportunities related to technology as much of our current professional development is geared towards Common Core instruction. We are also facing challenges related to enough wireless access to support the wireless devices that we would like to add to the District. 08/20/ :59 AM Page 3 of 16

4 Instructional Technology & Infrastructure Inventory C. Technology and Infrastructure Inventory 1. What is the available network broadband bandwidth? Please express speed in Mb (Megabits) or Gb (Gigabits). * Network Bandwidth: Incoming connection TO district schools (WAN) Internal Network Bandwidth: Connections BETWEEN school buildings (LAN) Minimum Capacity (Expressed in Mb or Gb) 1Gb 1Gb Bandwidth: Connections WITHIN school buildings (LAN) 1Gb 1Gb Maximum Capacity (Expressed in Mb or Gb) 2. What is the total contracted Internet access bandwidth for your district? Please express speed in Mb (Megabits) or Gb (Gigabits). 40Mb 3. What is the name of the agency or vendor that your district purchases its primary Internet access bandwidth service from? Time Warner 1Gb 1Gb 4. Which wireless protocols are available in the district? Of these, which are currently in use? Check all that apply a b g n ac ad af Available/In Use Available (Checked) Available (Checked) In Use (Checked) 5. Do you have wireless access points in use in the district? 5a. What percentage of your district's instructional space has wireless coverage? Does the district use a wireless controller? 7. What is the port speed of the switches that are less than five years old in use in the district? 1Gb 8. How many computing devices less than five years old are in use in the district? 08/20/ :59 AM Page 4 of 16

5 Instructional Technology & Infrastructure Inventory Desktop computers/virtual Machine (VM) Laptops/Virtual Machine (VM) Chromebooks Number of devices in use that are less than five years old Tablets less than nine (9) inches with access to an external keyboard 0 0 Tablets nine (9) inches or greater with access to an external keyboard 0 0 Tablets less than nine (9) inches without access to an external keyboard 0 0 Tablets nine (9) inches or greater without access to an external keyboard 0 0 Totals: How many of these devices are connected to the LAN? 9. Of the total number of students with disabilities in your district, what percentage of these students are provided with assistive technology as documented on their Individualized Education Programs (IEPs)? From your technology needs assessment, please describe any additional assistance or resources that, if provided, would enhance the district s ability to provide improved access to technologies, including assistive technologies, for students with disabilities. Currently, students with disabilities utilize technology to help enhance their individualized educational programs. Students are instructed at an early age the basic components of a computer and taught basic typing skills that the student will use throughout his/her academic career. For students who have severe high needs, a more complex assistive technology program may need to be designed and implemented to help student academic achievement. The District currently utilizes BOCES assistive technology services to help those students who demand a high assistive technology educational program. Staff also receives professional development on assistive technology devices and software that allows students the opportunity for academic growth. The District would like to purchase one-click mice and utilize touch screen devices and headphones for our students with disabilities to help enhance their education. The use of this adaptive technology would provide improved access for our students. 11. How many peripheral devices less than five years old are in use in the district? Number of devices in use that are less than five years old Document Cameras 2 Flat Panel Displays 130 Interactive Projectors 0 Interactive Whiteboards 65 Multi-function Printers 7 Projectors 1 Scanners 7 Other Peripherals 0 Totals: If a number was provided for "Other Peripherals" please specify the peripheral device(s) and quantities for each. 08/20/ :59 AM Page 5 of 16

6 Instructional Technology & Infrastructure Inventory 13. Does your district have an asset inventory tagging system for district-owned equipment? 14. Does the district allow students to Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)? 14a. On an average school day, approximately how many student devices access the district's network? 15. Has the school district provided for the loan of instructional computer hardware to students legally attending nonpublic schools pursuant to Education Law, section 754? t Applicable 08/20/ :59 AM Page 6 of 16

7 Software and IT Support D. Software and IT Support 1. What are the operating systems in use in the district? Mac OS Version 9 or earlier Mac OS 10 or later Windows XP Windows 7.0 Windows 8.0 or greater Apple ios 7 or greater Chrome OS Android Other Is this system in use? 2. Please provide the name of the operating system if the response to question one included "Other." 3. What are the web browsers, both available and supported, for use in the district? Internet Explorer 7 Internet Explorer 8 Internet Explorer 9 or greater Mozilla Firefox Google Chrome Safari (Apple) Other Web Browsers available and supported for use 4. Please provide the name of the web browser if the response to question three included "Other." 5. Please provide the name of the learning management system (LMS) most commonly used in the district. ne 6. Please provide the names of the five most commonly used software programs that support classroom instruction in the district. Accelerated Reader, Accelerated Math, Microsoft Office, Smarttebook, Reflex Math 7. Please provide the names of the five most frequently used research databases if applicable. Castle Learning, World Book Online, Sirs, Easybib, Overdrive 8. Does the district have a Parent Portal? 08/20/ :59 AM Page 7 of 16

8 Software and IT Support 8a. Check all that apply to your Parent Portal if the response to question eight is "." Attendance (Checked) Homework (Checked) Student Schedules (Checked) Grade Reporting (Checked) Transcripts (Checked) 8b. If 'other' was selected in question eight (a), please specify the other feature(s). N/A 9. What additional technology-based strategies and tools, besides the Parent Portal, are used to increase parent involvement? Website (Checked) Facebook (Checked) Other (Checked) 9a. Please specify if the response to question nine was "Other". Automated call system, alerts, school television channel 10. Please list title and FTE count (as of survey submission date) of all staff whose primary responsibility is technical support. Title Number of Current FTEs NERIC Senior Network Tech 0.20 NERIC Network Technician /20/ :59 AM Page 8 of 16

9 Curriculum and Instruction E. Curriculum and Instruction 1. What are the district's plans to use digital connectivity and technology to improve teaching and learning? After surveying and interpreting results, the District will focus on availability of individual technology devices that will open the door for a wide range of learning opportunities within individual classrooms. Some of the technological devices the District is seeking to obtain are additional mobile lab units consisting of tablets and laptops which will allow staff and students the opportunity to expand how students research and interpret information for classroom activities that align with the common core learning standards. Areas that we hope to improve on include differentiated instruction, consultant teaching, project based learning activities, remediation and enrichment, interactive lessons and the ability to progress monitor student learning on a daily basis. 2. Does the district's instructional technology plan address the needs of students with disabilities to ensure equitable access to instruction, materials, and assessments? 2a. If "", please specify. The District s plan does include equitable access to instruction, materials, and assessment for the needs of students with disabilities. The District will continue to contract assistive technology services in order to ensure that students with disabilities have the ability to utilize specified hardware and software that allows them the opportunity to be mainstreamed in a regular classroom setting with the ability to learn with their peers. 3. Does the district's instructional technology plan address the provision of assistive technology specifically for students with disabilities to ensure access to and participation in the general curriculum? 3a. If "", please provide detail. The District s plan does include equitable access to instruction, materials, and assessment for the needs of students with disabilities. The District will continue to contract assistive technology services in order to ensure that students with disabilities have the ability to utilize specified hardware and software that allows them the opportunity to be mainstreamed in a regular classroom setting with the ability to learn with their peers. 08/20/ :59 AM Page 9 of 16

10 Professional Development F. Professional Development 1. Please provide a summary of professional development offered to teachers and staff, for the time period covered by this plan, to support technology to enhance teaching and learning. Please include topics, audience, and method of delivery within your summary. Professional Development in technology is an integral part of the district wide plan. Participation in BOCES, in-house and out-sourced training provides ongoing adequate training to the District s staff. The District will also utilize webinars designed around specific software for various programs. The District will also be utilizing professional development opportunities through NERIC to expand on staff knowledge in the areas of Office 365 and Smarttebook. Professional Development webinars will be utilized for training on Hands On, an Rti software program designed to track and help in the ongoing progress monitoring of students in need of additional help. This training will target staff, parents and students. Hands on training will be provided for iready, a standards based assessment tool used to assess students on CCLS. This is also aligned to our APPR for staff evaluation on improvement of student mastering of CCLS. This training will target staff, parents, students, and administration. Professional Development webinars will be utilized for TeacherEase, SBRC aligned to CCLS. This training will target staff, parents, students and administration. 2. Please list title and FTE count (as of survey submission date) of all staff whose primary responsibility is technology integration training and support for teachers. Title Number of Current FTEs Teacher Coaches /20/ :59 AM Page 10 of 16

11 Technology Investment Plan G. Technology Investment Plan 1. Please list the top five planned technology investments in priority order over the next three years. Anticipated Item or Service Estimated Cost Is Cost One-time or Annual Potential Funding Source (May list more than one source per item.) 1 Wi-Fi 150,000 One Time Smart Schools 2 Tablets 100,000 One Time Smart Schools 3 Laptops 70,000 One Time Smart Schools 4 Desktops 125,000 One Time Smart Schools 5 Other 300,000 One Time Smart Schools Totals: If "Other" was selected in question one, please specify. The District will upgrade the existing security camera and recording system. 08/20/ :59 AM Page 11 of 16

12 Status of Technology Initiatives and Community H. Status of Technology Initiatives and Community Connectivity 1. Please check any developments, since your last instructional techology plan, that affect the current status of the technology initiatives. Changes in Funding (Checked) Computer-based Testing (Checked) Developments in Technology (Checked) 1a. Please specify if response to question one was other. 2. In this section, please describe how the district plans to increase student and teacher access to technology, in school, at home, and in the community. The District will provide increased student access to mobile devices within the school. The District will begin using Office 365 to increase student and teacher access within the school and at home. 3. Please check all locations where Wi-Fi service is available to students within the school district geographical boundaries. School (Checked) Home (Checked) Community (Checked) 3a. Please identify categories of available Wi-Fi locations within the community. Wi-Fi service is available at the public library, and some local businesses. 08/20/ :59 AM Page 12 of 16

13 Instructional Technology Plan Implementation I. Instructional Technology Plan Implementation 1. Please provide the timeline and major milestones for the implementation of the instructional technology plan as well as the action plan to integrate technology into curriculum and instruction to improve student learning. June-July 2015 approval. July-August 2015 September-December 2015 January July 2016 Update technology plan and submit instructional technology plan survey to NERIC for review. Receive NERIC Prepare and submit Smart Schools Investment Plan. Receive NYSED approval. Submit plans to Facilities Planning. Receive approval. Installation of additional wireless infrastructure and security upgrades. Finalize technology device purchase plan through multiple technology committee meetings. Purchase devices and provided the appropriate professional development. 08/20/ :59 AM Page 13 of 16

14 Monitoring and Evaluation J.Monitoring and Evaluation 1. Please describe the proposed strategies that the district will use to evaluate, at least twice a year, the effectiveness of the implementation of the district's instructional technology plan to improve teaching and learning. At least twice a school year, the district will evaluate the effectiveness of the implementation of the district s technology plan to improve teaching and learning. The technology committee will meet in October and April of each year to evaluate the Technology Plan, including the use of technology devices in the District and the effectiveness of the professional development. The District will utilize a staff wide survey that targets professional technology opportunities within the school district. This survey will be used to identify weaknesses where professional development will be utilized. 2. Please fill in all information for the policies listed below. Acceptable Use Policy -- AUP Internet Safety/Cyberbullying Parents' Bill of Rights for Data Privacy and Security Date of Public Forum (If applicable) URL Year Policy Adopted ( Response) 10/16/ ( Response) 3. Does the district have written procedures in place regarding cybersecurity? 08/20/ :59 AM Page 14 of 16

15 Survey Feedback K. Survey Feedback Thank you for submitting your district s instructional technology plan (ITP) survey via the online collection tool. We appreciate the time and effort you have spent completing the ITP survey. Please answer the following questions to assist us in making ongoing improvements to the online survey tool. 1. Was the survey clear and easy to use 1a. If response was "", please explain. 2. Was the guidance document helpful? 2a. If "", please explain. 3. What question(s) would you like to add to the survey? Why? 4. What question(s) would you omit from the survey? Why? 5. Other comments. 08/20/ :59 AM Page 15 of 16

16 Appendices Appendices 1. Upload additional documentation to support your submission 08/20/ :59 AM Page 16 of 16

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