STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY PLAN

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY PLAN"

Transcription

1 STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY PLAN Approved: February 1, 2016

2 Table of Contents Introduction Vision and Mission Statement The DESE Local Technology Plan Guidelines Strategic Planning and Budgeting Goals Technology and Networking Infrastructure Goals Professional Development and Curriculum Integration Goals Hardware, Software Service and Support Goals Facilities and Bring Your Own Device Goals Budget - FY2016 Technology Bond Requests

3 Introduction To better prepare our students for college and career, the purpose of the strategic technology plan for the Westfield Public Schools (WPS) is to provide a vision and roadmap for the use and integration of technology in our schools to enhance teaching and learning, and assist the school district in achieving other strategic goals. This plan is an active document that will be evaluated constantly and adjusted as technology, budget, student needs and the strategic goals of the school districts shift from year to year. While the plan is a three-year plan, it will be assessed on an annual basis and modified as needed. Westfield is a city that is committed to its children, and values and respects its educational system. We currently have one early education center, seven elementary schools, two middle schools, one high school, and one technological high school. Student enrollment in grades Pre K to 12 is over 5,800. The Westfield Public School vision for learning with technology is based upon and aligned with the vision, theory of action, and strategic objectives of Westfield Public Schools. Vision Westfield Public Schools will collaborate with families to provide a rigorous 21 st century program that promotes continuous academic, emotional and social growth and enables students to achieve personal success in order to become self-sufficient global citizens. Theory of Action If we design and implement a rigorous 21 st century instructional program aligned with staff development for all staff, then our students will achieve a high level of success as evidenced by multiple measures. Strategic Objectives 1. Develop district instructional practices that promote both student engagement and content delivery to meet the needs of all learners. 2. Increase offerings in Professional Development (PD) programs with an additional focus on differentiating content to meet the learning needs of all students. 3. Impact Positive School Climates for optimal learning and positive staff morale. 4. Develop systematic practices that both identify student learning needs and align appropriate interventions. 5. Cultivate the 2-way partnership with families. Inform and collaborate to enhance student success.

4 For the purposes of creating the strategic technology plan, a Westfield Public Schools technology advisory committee was formed. The representatives from the Westfield Public Schools Technology Committee are: Dr. Suzanne Scallion, Superintendent Marc Vocca, Data and Assessment Specialist Mary Claire Manning, Principal Highland School Kathleen M. O Donnell, Principal Southampton Road School Ramon Diaz, Vice-Chairman of the School Committee Ronald Rix, Director of Technology and Business Services Vision for Technology in the Westfield Public Schools The vision for the Westfield Public Schools Technology Plan is to create a technology rich teaching and learning environment that encourages collaboration, communication, innovation, and achieves academic and professional proficiency for all students and teachers respectively. We believe students and teachers should be able to use technology to: Enhance teaching and learning to meet the learning needs and styles of all students Engage in learning anytime, anyplace, by connecting the classrooms with world-wide resources Procure, research, organize, and share information Think critically and solve problems Innovate and create new ideas Expression that is effective and creative Collaborate with other students and teachers anywhere in the world Mission Statement Westfield Public Schools are committed to the belief that all students will be successful learners and will be prepared to function as citizens, workers and consumers in a technological society. We believe technology will enhance the quality and scope of teaching and learning all stakeholders will receive equitable access to technology technology will be integrated across curricula to maximize effective and meaningful instruction through the expanded use of digital media, assistive technologies and universally designed instruction, diverse learners will have access to the curriculum, including those with learning, communication, and physical challenges administrators, staff, and students will be provided with the appropriate tools, instruction and methodology to fully integrate technology in the education process

5 technology resources will be evaluated, assessed, and upgraded continually to ensure maximum opportunity for all learners to be competitive in a technological world through technology all learners will have the opportunity to reach their full potential and lead productive lives as contributors to society Through this strategic plan, the district intends to build a technology environment that is equitable, collaborative, and accessible everywhere. WPS will aligning its infrastructure, data systems, hardware, software, training and curriculum with the sole purpose of increasing student achievement and closing learning gaps across the district. Technology is not the only tool, but it is a critical tool that needs to be used proficiently in order for students to graduate from Westfield Public Schools with the skills to succeed in college and in an increasingly competitive global workforce. In order to align our technology with that of other districts in the commonwealth, WPS has adopted the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education local technology plan guidelines as the benchmark to create a roadmap to achieve our vision of technology use in the district. In addition to the guidelines as the benchmark for the creation of the strategic goals, they are also organized by the five components of our technology environment which include: Budgeting Technology and Network Infrastructure Professional Development and Curriculum Integration Hardware, Software Services, and System Support Facilities and Bring Your Own Device In order to achieve our vision for technology in the schools, we need to carefully consider the interrelationship of each component listed above. We must strategically plan for each piece as all parts of the environment rely on each other for overall success. For example, without a strong network infrastructure, use and deployment of district hardware and software will not be successful. Without equitable access to up to date hardware, technology integration and student use becomes difficult. Without ongoing professional development, technology integration into the curriculum doesn t exist. The DESE Local Technology Plan Guidelines The Massachusetts Local Technology Guidelines are designed to assist districts in developing a purposeful long-range technology plan. Below is a matrix as to where the Westfield Public Schools fall under each benchmark and if there is a strategic goal in this plan that will meet that benchmark.

6 Benchmark 1: Commitment to a Clear Vision and Implementation Strategies Benchmark Is Westfield currently meeting the benchmark? Is there a strategic goal needed to meet the benchmark by 2018? 1.A. The district's technology plan contains a clearly stated and reasonable set of goals and implementation strategies that align with the district wide school improvement plan. The district is committed to achieving its vision by the end of the school year B. The district has a technology team with representatives from a variety of stakeholder groups, including school committee members, administrators, and teachers. The technology team has the full support of the school Superintendent to implement the plan. See attached Budgeting Goal 1 1.C.1 The district assesses the technology products and services that will be needed to improve teaching and learning. Budgeting Goal 1 1.C.2 The technology plan includes an assessment of the services and products that are currently being used and that the district plans to acquire. Budgeting Goal 1 1.D.1 The district recognizes that technology plays a critical role in achieving its goals. The district has a budget that will ensure the implementation of its long range technology plan. Budgeting Goal 2 1.D.2 The budget includes staffing, infrastructure, hardware, software applications, professional development, support, and contracted services. Budgeting Goal 2 1.D.3 The district seeks funding for technology programs from federal, state, and private resources, as well as from academic departments that are supported by technology. The district explores ways that technology can reduce costs and create efficiencies in other areas of the district budget. Budgeting Goal 2 1.D.4 For districts that plan to apply for E rate reimbursement, the technology plan specifies how the district will pay for the non discounted portion of their costs for the services procured through E rate.

7 1.E.1 The district routinely consults with technology staff before purchasing technologies items, to ensure that the items are appropriate, cost effective, and sustainable. 1.E.2 The district's technology plan includes an evaluation process that enables it to monitor its progress in achieving its goals and to make mid course corrections in response to new developments and opportunities as they arise. Budgeting Goal 2 Budgeting Goal 2 Benchmark 2: Technology Integration and Literacy Benchmark 2.A.1 Outside Teaching Time At least 90% of teachers use technology every day, including some of the following areas: research, lesson planning, organization, administrative tasks, communications, and collaboration. Teachers explore evolving technologies and share information about technology uses with their colleagues. 2.A.2 For Teaching and Learning At least 90% of teachers use technology appropriately with students every day to improve student learning of the curriculum. Activities include some of the following: research, multimedia, simulations, data analysis, communications, and collaboration. Teachers integrate evolving technologies that enhance student interest, inquiry, analysis, collaboration, and creativity. 2.B.1 At least 90% of eighth grade students show proficiency in all the Massachusetts Technology Literacy Standards and Expectations for grade eight. 2.C.1 The district has a district level technology d i r e c t o r /coordinator. 2.C.2 The district provides one FTE instructional technology specialist per instructional staff to coach and model. Is Westfield currently meeting the benchmark? Is there a strategic goal needed to meet this benchmark by 2018? and Curriculum Integration Goal 2 and Curriculum Integration Goal 2 Budgeting Goal 3

8 2.C.3 The district has staff specifically dedicated to data management and assessment. and Curriculum Integration Goal 2 Benchmark 3: Technology Professional Development Benchmark Is Westfield currently meeting the benchmark? Is there a strategic goal needed to meet this benchmark by 2018? 3.A. At the end of five years, at least 90% of district staff will have participated in high quality, ongoing professional development that includes emerging technology issues, technology skills, universal design, and research based models of technology integration. and Curriculum Integration Goal 1 3.B. Technology professional development is sustained and ongoing and includes coaching, modeling best practices, district based mentoring, study groups, and online professional development. and Curriculum Integration Goal 1 3.C. Professional development planning includes an assessment of district and teachers' needs. The assessment is based on the competencies listed in the Massachusetts Technology Self Assessment Tool. and Curriculum Integration Goal 1 3.D. Administrators and teachers consider their own needs for technology professional development. and Curriculum Integration Goal 1 Benchmark 4: Accessibility of Technology Benchmark Is Westfield currently meeting the benchmark? Is there a strategic goal needed to meet this benchmark by 2018? 4.A.1 By , the district has an average ratio of one high capacity, Internet connected computer for each student. (The Department will work with stakeholders on a regular basis to review and define high capacity computers.) See Hardware, Software, Services and Support Goal 1

9 4.A.2 The district provides students with emerging technologies appropriate to their grade level. 4.A.3 The district maximizes access to the general education curriculum for all students, including students with disabilities, using universal design principles and assistive technology devices. 4.A.4 The district has procurement policies for information and instructional technologies that ensure usability, equivalent access, interoperability and SIF compliance. See Facilities and BYOD Goal 1 See Facilities and BYOD Goal 1 4.A.5 The district provides technology rich classrooms, with access to devices such as digital projectors, electronic whiteboards, and student response systems. See Hardware, Software, Services and Support Goal 1 4.A.6 The district has established a computer replacement cycle of five years or less. 4.B.1 The district provides connectivity to the Internet for all computers in all classrooms in all schools, including wireless connectivity. See Technology and Network Infrastructure Goal 1 4.B.2 The district provides an external Internet connection to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) of 100 Mbps per 1,000 students/staff. Currently mps See Technology and Network Infrastructure Goal 1 4.B.3 The district provides bandwidth of at least 10/100/1 Gb to each classroom. At peak, the bandwidth at each computer is at least 100 kbps. The network card for each computer is at least 10/100/1 Gb. Currently 200 mps 4.C.1 The district provides internal wide area network (WAN) connections from the district to each school between schools of at least 1 Gbps per 1,000 students/staff. 4.C.2 The district provides access to servers for secure file sharing, backups, scheduling, , and web publishing, either internally or through contracted services. 4.D.1 The district provides access to its computer labs before and after school to ensure that students and staff have adequate access to the Internet outside of the school day. During before and after school targeted programs 4.D.2 The district disseminates a list of up to date list of places where students and staff can access the Internet after school hours.

10 4.E.1 The district provides staff or contracted services to ensure that its network is functioning at all times. 4.E.2 The district provides resolved technical problems within 24 hours, so that they do not cause major disruptions to curriculum delivery. The district provides clear information about how to access technical support, which can be provided in person or remotely. 4.E.3 The district provides at least one FTE person to support 400 computers. Technical support can be provided by dedicated staff or contracted services. Benchmark 5: Virtual Learning and Communications Benchmark 5.A. The district encourages the development and use of innovative strategies for delivering high quality courses through the use of technology. 5.B. The district deploys IP based connections for access to web based and/or interactive video learning on the local, state, regional, national, and international level. 5.C. Classroom applications of virtual learning include courses, collaborative projects, field trips, and discussions. 5.D. The district maintains an up to date website that includes information for parents and community members. Is Westfield currently meeting the benchmark? Is there a strategic goal needed to meet this benchmark by 2018? and Curriculum Integration Goal 2 and Curriculum Integration Goal 2 and Curriculum Integration Goal 2 Benchmark 6: Safety, Security and Data Retention Benchmark 6.A. The district has a CIPA compliant Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) regarding Internet and network use. The policy is updated as needed to help ensure safe Is Westfield currently meeting the benchmark? Is there a strategic goal needed to meet this benchmark by 2018?

11 and ethical use of resources by teachers and students. 6.B. The district educates teachers and students about appropriate online behavior. Topics include cyberbullying, potential risks related to social networking sites and chat rooms, and strategies for dealing with these issues. 6.C. The district has a plan to protect the security and confidentiality of personal information of its students and staff. 6.D. The district complies with federal and state law, and local policies for archiving electronic communications produced by its staff and students. The district informs staff and students that any information distributed over the district or school network may be a public record.

12 Stages for Success Stage I ( ) All classrooms have interactive boards or projectors All buildings have wireless upgrades to increase the density of coverage All teachers have a portable technology device All classrooms have a minimum ratio of 1 device per 5 students All staff attend ongoing technology professional development All buildings have Instructional Technology Coaches Implement academic software aligned with content area or grade level Stage II ( ) Introduction of 1:1 devices and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to a targeted audience All staff attend ongoing targeted technology professional development Continue the implementation academic software aligned with content area or grade level Stage II ( ) Enlarge audience for 1:1 devices and BYOD Continue targeted technology professional development for all staff Continue the implementation of academic software Aligned with content area or grade level

13 A. Budgeting Goals: Budgeting is the first essential key for the district to be successful in reaching its vision of technology usage and integration. The strategic plan provides the roadmap that the district needs to follow in order to reach its goals and increase student achievement. The plan cannot come from one department or a small group of people, but must be developed as a shared vision for educational technology among all stakeholders, including teachers and support staff, school and district administrators, teacher educators, students, parents, city leaders and the overall community. The plan is aligned with the vision, theory of action, and strategic objectives of the school district and consistent, ongoing funding must be provided to support the personnel, technology infrastructure, hardware, software, systems and support. Goal 1: Expand the technology advisory committee with representatives from a variety of stakeholder groups for the purpose of overseeing the implementation of the plan, monitoring its progress in achieving its goals and to make adjustments in response to new developments and opportunities as they arise. A.1.1 Recruitment of Technology advisory members committee A.1.2. Create rubric to assess and monitor implementation A.1.3. Make yearly reports on progress and effectiveness of implementation Technology advisory committee annually Technology advisory committee A.1.4. Create next steps annually Technology advisory committee Goal 2: The district has a budget that will ensure the implementation of its long-range technology plan including, staffing, infrastructure, hardware, software applications, professional development, support and contracted services. A.2.1. Prepare a report of all budget sources and technology expenditures. annually Instructional Technology Director, Superintendent A.2.2. Review of current hardware, software, systems and services to better align with long range strategic goals. A.2.3. Develop general technology budget to be annually annually Instructional Technology Director Instructional Technology Director Bond, School Dept.

14 integrated with school department budget that includes hardware, software, systems, and services A.2.4. Research and apply for additional technology funding through educational grants and community partnerships. annually Instructional Technology Director, Superintendent, Grants Coordinator Goal 3: By at least the school year, the district will hire a FT Instructional Technology Director and FT Instructional Technology Coaches to support elementary, middle and high school teachers and students. The Instructional Technology Director will oversee district instructional technology and the coaches. The coaches will be responsible for directly assisting staff in integrating technology into their classroom instruction, providing relevant technology professional development to staff and modeling the use of technology in the classroom. A.3.1. Development job descriptions based on district needs Office of Curriculum and Instruction, Superintendent A.3.2. Hire FT Instructional Technology Director and FT Instructional Technology Coaches of highest caliber. A.3.3. Coaches will receive ongoing PD to maintain excellence in our technology plan implementation ASAP ongoing Office of Curriculum and Instruction, Superintendent Office of Curriculum and Instruction School Department LEA & Grant PD B. Technology and Network Infrastructure Goals: The network infrastructure is the foundation by which all technology access is supported. Westfield Public Schools is part of the City of Westfield s Wide Area Network (WAN) and is supported through the city s Technology Center. As new technology is purchased for use in the classroom it is important to give careful consideration to speed, power, and internal memory for all devices.

15 Goal 1: Through 2018 our infrastructure and capabilities will be expanded and upgraded to add additional devices within all school buildings. B.1.1. Upgrade wireless City Tech Center Tech Center from 2mg to 500mg B.1.2. Update old City Tech Center Bond infrastructure switches to increase speed of network B.1.3. Adjust network infrastructure and capabilities as more devices are added to the network. ongoing City Tech Center Bond C. Professional Development and Curriculum Integration Goals: It is the goal of Westfield Public Schools to ensure that technology is fully integrated in the curriculum. Through targeted and continuous professional development, our teachers will have the knowledge and skills to design high-tech engaging lessons across all content areas. We aim to provide our students with the opportunity to learn in next generation classrooms to ensure college and career readiness. Goal 1: At the end of 3 years, at least 90% of district staff will have attended ongoing and sustained professional development that includes emerging technology issues, technology skills, coaching, modeling, and collaboration among educators. C.1.1. Conduct a needs Office of Curriculum Professional assessment of staff and Instruction Development technology skills and knowledge. C.1.2. Offer basic technology PD for staff C.1.3. Provide differentiated, targeted PD based on data Office of Curriculum and Instruction Office of Curriculum and Instruction C.1.4. Continue ongoing PD Office of Curriculum and Instruction Professional Development Professional Development Professional Development Goal 2: To improve teacher competencies in the integration of instructional software and appropriate web-based resources into all content areas. C.2.1. Utilize Technology Office of Curriculum School Dept. Coaches to assist and Instruction, technology integration Instructional into the classroom Technology Director

16 C.2.2.Utilize Technology Coaches to research and assess appropriate webbased resources for district, home and classroom use. C.2.3. Establish a data team to ensure the integrity of data and accuracy of data reporting and analysis Office of Curriculum and Instruction, Instructional Technology Director Office of Assessment & Accountability, Office of Curriculum & Instruction School Dept. School Department D. Hardware, Software, Services and System Support Goals: Going forward, Westfield Public Schools will continually upgrade hardware and software. Replacements and upgrades will be performed continually to ensure the Westfield Public Schools are competitive with other districts in the commonwealth. Goal 1: By the end of school year, 100% of elementary, middle school, and high school classrooms will be next-generation interactive classrooms that include: Interactive whiteboard or projector Document camera Access to internet through connected and mobile devices for student use Other technology as determined by technology committee D.1.1. Establish and District Bond maintain classrooms with interactive boards or projectors. D.1.2. Establish and maintain classrooms with document cameras D.1.3. Provide access to the internet for 1:1 devices and introduce BYOD to a targeted audience D.1.4. Expand the users of 1:1 devices and BYOD District Bond Instructional Technology Director, City Tech Center Instructional Technology Director, City Tech Center Bond Goal 2: Continual analysis, piloting, and research on technology products and services the district is currently using or intends to acquire. D.2.1. Delegate staff to Instructional conduct research and Technology Director, establish pilot programs Office of Curriculum and Instruction, Superintendent D.2.2. Assess effectiveness of current products and services. ongoing Instructional Technology Director, Office of Curriculum and Instruction,

17 Superintendent D.2.3. Plan for sustainability of hardware and software. ongoing Instructional Technology Director, Office of Curriculum and Instruction, Superintendent Bond, School Dept. E. Facilities and Bring Your Own Device Goals: Westfield Public Schools will provide technology access to all students and staff across the district. We believe all of our students are entitled to the same technological opportunities and experiences PreK-12. We are committed to providing access across the district so all staff and students will have district supported Bring Your Own Devices capabilities. Goal 1: The district will provide equitable technological capabilities across the district so that all students will have access to emerging technologies appropriate to their grade level. E.1.1. Classrooms will have a Instructional Bond, School Dept. ratio of no less than 1 device Technology Director for every 5 students. E.1.2. Teachers will be provided with portable devices. E.1.3. Software and services will be consistent and equitable across the district Instructional Technology Director Instructional Technology Director Bond, School Dept. Bond, School Dept. Goal 2: We will provide wireless networking capabilities across the district to support Bring Your Own Device access. E.2.1. A targeted audience Instructional will pilot BYOD policies and Technology Director, procedures. City Tech Center E.2.2. Students will move into 1:1 device world. E.2.3. Expand BYOD to a larger audience Instructional Technology Director, City Tech Center Instructional Technology Director, City Tech Center Bond

Technology Plan 2010-2015 Attleboro Public Schools

Technology Plan 2010-2015 Attleboro Public Schools ATTLEBORO PUBLIC SCHOOLS 100 RATHBUN WILLARD DRIVE ATTLEBORO, MA 02703 Technology Plan 2010-2015 Attleboro Public Schools ATTLEBORO COMMUNITY PROFILE Attleboro, Massachusetts Attleboro is a small city

More information

Clear Vision of Technology and Implementation Strategies!

Clear Vision of Technology and Implementation Strategies! DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2013-2016 South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District Joseph P. Keefe Technical School District Information: South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School

More information

Foxborough Public Schools

Foxborough Public Schools DEVELOPED September 2013 REVISED November 2013 Foxborough Public Schools 5-Year Technology Plan 2013-2018 Technology Plan Working Group Debra Spinelli, Superintendent of Schools Amy Berdos, Assistant Superintendent

More information

Technology Plan Saugus Public Schools 2014-2017 http://www.saugus.k12.ma.us

Technology Plan Saugus Public Schools 2014-2017 http://www.saugus.k12.ma.us Technology Plan Saugus Public Schools 2014-2017 http://www.saugus.k12.ma.us Executive Summary This document contains the Three-Year Technology Plan for the Saugus Public Schools developed by a technology

More information

FRRSD DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN September 2011-June 2014

FRRSD DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN September 2011-June 2014 FARMINGTON RIVER REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT FARMINGTON RIVER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 555 NORTH MAIN ROAD OTIS, MA 01253 FRRSD DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN September 2011-June 2014 District Name: Farmington River Regional

More information

Lawrence Public Schools

Lawrence Public Schools Lawrence Public Schools Jeffrey C. Riley, Superintendent/Receiver Lawrence Public Schools TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2012-2015 Lawrence Public Schools Phone: 978.975.5905 x25690 Office of Instructional Technology

More information

NORWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2013-2016

NORWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2013-2016 NORWOOD PUBLIC SCHOOLS STRATEGIC TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2013-2016 1 Executive Summary i Introduction...3 Vision for Technology in the Norwood Public Schools.....6 The DESE Local Technology Plan Guidelines...8

More information

Atlantis Charter School

Atlantis Charter School Atlantis Charter School Technology Plan 2013-2017 Background Atlantis Charter School, one of the longest-standing charter schools in Massachusetts, is currently in its 18 th year of operation. The school

More information

North Platte Public School District

North Platte Public School District North Platte Public School District Student Learning, Student Achievement, Student Success District Technology Plan 2014-2019 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 3 District Description

More information

TABLE OF CONTENTS. Benchmark 1: Benchmark 4: Commitment to a Clear Vision and Implementation Strategies Accessibility of Technology.

TABLE OF CONTENTS. Benchmark 1: Benchmark 4: Commitment to a Clear Vision and Implementation Strategies Accessibility of Technology. TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Benchmark 1: Benchmark 4: Commitment to a Clear Vision and Implementation Strategies Accessibility of Technology Mission and Vision Hardware Access Goals Internet Access

More information

CPS. Long Range Plan for Information, Communication, and Technology Services (ICTS) 2014-2017

CPS. Long Range Plan for Information, Communication, and Technology Services (ICTS) 2014-2017 CPS Cambridge Public Schools Long Range Plan for Information, Communication, and Technology Services (ICTS) 2014-2017 Written in 2013. Updated August 2014. library media n educational technology n media

More information

FLORENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT TWO DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN. 2121 South Pamplico Highway, Pamplico, South Carolina 29583

FLORENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT TWO DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN. 2121 South Pamplico Highway, Pamplico, South Carolina 29583 FLORENCE SCHOOL DISTRICT TWO DISTRICT TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2010 2015 Robert E. Sullivan Jr., Superintendent Mark A. Parker, Information Technology Coordinator 2121 South Pamplico Highway, Pamplico, South Carolina

More information

Technology Plan Cover Sheet 2013-2015 (July 1, 2013 June 30, 2015)

Technology Plan Cover Sheet 2013-2015 (July 1, 2013 June 30, 2015) Technology Plan Cover Sheet 2013-2015 (July 1, 2013 June 30, 2015) ORGANIZATION INFORMATION District/Agency/School SAINT PAUL PUBLIC SCHOOLS (legal name): District Number: 625 Technology Plan Status The

More information

THE FOUR NON NEGOTIABLES

THE FOUR NON NEGOTIABLES THE FOUR NON NEGOTIABLES ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT PURPOSEFUL, TIMELY TWO WAY COMMUNICATION ECISD STRATEGIC PLAN 2015 2016 1 Beliefs Definition:

More information

DRAFT for use in validity study Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School Library Media Coordinators

DRAFT for use in validity study Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School Library Media Coordinators Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School Library Media Coordinators STANDARD 1: SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA COORDINATORS DEMONSTRATE LEADERSHIP. Developing Proficient Accomplished Distinguished Not Demonstrated

More information

2010-2016 TECHNOLOGY PLAN

2010-2016 TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2010-2016 TECHNOLOGY PLAN Bland County Public Schools 361 Bears Trl. Bastian, VA 24315 www.bland.k12.va.us Six Year Technology Plan for Bland County Public Schools APPROVED BY SCHOOL BOARD MAY 23, 2011

More information

Technology Standards 2012

Technology Standards 2012 H I G H W A Y T O O U R F U T U R E. The Mission of Public Education: Promises to Keep Utah s public education system keeps its constitutional promise by: Ensuring literacy and numeracy for all Utah children.

More information

PRO-NET. A Publication of Building Professional Development Partnerships for Adult Educators Project. April 2001

PRO-NET. A Publication of Building Professional Development Partnerships for Adult Educators Project. April 2001 Management Competencies and Sample Indicators for the Improvement of Adult Education Programs A Publication of Building Professional Development Partnerships for Adult Educators Project PRO-NET April 2001

More information

FY15 DANVERS PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT GOALS THEME I ACHIEVEMENT

FY15 DANVERS PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT GOALS THEME I ACHIEVEMENT FY15 DANVERS PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTRICT GOALS THEME I ACHIEVEMENT Goal: Curriculum, instruction and assessment necessary to support 21 st century learning and effectively meet the needs of all students are

More information

Leadership has a relatively indepth understanding of digital

Leadership has a relatively indepth understanding of digital Leadership L1 Shared Vision Leadership has the basic awareness of the potential of digital learning in education to lead to personalized learning for students. Staff and leadership are exploring different

More information

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS

FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 2013-2017 TECHNOLOGY PLAN FALL RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS FALL RIVER, MASSACHUSETTS 417 Rock Street Fall River, MA 02720 (508) 675-8420 www.fallriverschools.org my.fallriverschools.org Elements of a Successful

More information

Honeoye Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP) Overview Final Plan

Honeoye Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP) Overview Final Plan Honeoye Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP) Overview Final Plan What is the estimate of the total number of students and staff that will benefit from this Smart Schools Investment Plan based on the cumulative

More information

North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards

North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards For every student in North Carolina, a knowledgeable, skilled compassionate teacher...a star in every classroom. As Approved by the State Board of Education

More information

DISTRICT STRATEGIC PLAN Johnston Public Schools 10 Memorial Avenue Johnston, RI

DISTRICT STRATEGIC PLAN Johnston Public Schools 10 Memorial Avenue Johnston, RI DISTRICT STRATEGIC PLAN 2007-2010 10 Memorial Avenue Johnston, RI 02919-3222 401-233-1900 Approved by the School Committee 5/13/2008 MISSION STATEMENT The Mission of the, in partnership with the school

More information

Instructional and Information Technology Strategic Plan Update. June 1, 2015

Instructional and Information Technology Strategic Plan Update. June 1, 2015 Instructional and Information Technology Strategic Plan Update June 1, 2015 Context Strategic Plan Drivers Why create a new plan now? IT Strategy 2012-15 is expiring Technology has evolved Signficant portion

More information

Candidates will demonstrate ethical attitudes and behaviors.

Candidates will demonstrate ethical attitudes and behaviors. EDET 628 Apply instructional design principles to create a unit of instruction which integrates technology and enhances student understanding Demonstrate purposeful alignment of state competencies and

More information

Target Indicators And Categories. Levels of Proficiency. Category 1 - Student Achievement and Instruction. Basic Proficient Exemplary

Target Indicators And Categories. Levels of Proficiency. Category 1 - Student Achievement and Instruction. Basic Proficient Exemplary All Exemplary programs will meet or exceed the definitions below for Basic, Proficient, and Exemplary programs. All Exemplary programs will have achieved the requirements set out in state education laws,

More information

Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s Instructional Technology Facilitators

Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s Instructional Technology Facilitators Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s Instructional Technology Facilitators Standard 1: Instructional Technology Facilitators demonstrate leadership. Not Demonstrated Developing Proficient Accomplished

More information

The primary goals of the technology plan are to support the goals of the district strategic plan:

The primary goals of the technology plan are to support the goals of the district strategic plan: STOUGHTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS TECHNOLOGY PLAN 2012-2015 I. MISSION The mission of Stoughton Public School's Technology Program is to provide technology systems and support that meet the needs of students, teachers,

More information

Masters Comprehensive Exam and Rubric (Rev. July 17, 2014)

Masters Comprehensive Exam and Rubric (Rev. July 17, 2014) 1 Educational Leadership & Policy Studies Masters Comprehensive Exam and Rubric (Rev. July 17, 2014) The comprehensive exam is intended as a final assessment of a student s ability to integrate important

More information

NC TEACHER EVALUATION PROCESS SAMPLE EVIDENCES AND ARTIFACTS

NC TEACHER EVALUATION PROCESS SAMPLE EVIDENCES AND ARTIFACTS STANDARD I: ELEMENT A: Teachers demonstrate leadership Teachers lead in their classroom Developing Has assessment data available and refers to it to understand the skills and abilities of students Accesses

More information

Self-Assessment Duval County School System. Level 3. Level 3. Level 3. Level 4

Self-Assessment Duval County School System. Level 3. Level 3. Level 3. Level 4 Standard 1: Purpose and Direction 1.1 The system engages in a systematic, inclusive, and comprehensive process to review, revise, and communicate a system-wide propose for the student success. The system

More information

2013-2016. Three Year District Technology Plan. Pasco School District #1 July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2016

2013-2016. Three Year District Technology Plan. Pasco School District #1 July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2016 2013-2016 Three Year District Technology Plan Pasco School District #1 July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2016 Development History August 2012 November 2012 December 2012 December 2012 February 2013 March 2013 April

More information

appear to provide any additional information that was not already known within the GPPSS.

appear to provide any additional information that was not already known within the GPPSS. Integration of Instructional Technology in the Grosse Pointe Public School System Executive Summary In the Grosse Pointe Public School System, we are at a pivotal tipping where we must set the platform

More information

School Library 21 (SL 21)

School Library 21 (SL 21) School Library 21 (SL 21) Measurement Benchmarks for Michigan School Libraries for 21 st Century Schools Categories for School Library Program Evaluation Building the 21 st Century Learning Environment

More information

Planning Process and Methodology

Planning Process and Methodology Executive Summary Our mission is to provide students and staff with technology to meet their instructional and administrative needs. This incorporates all aspects of technology including networking, end

More information

MORIAH CSD Instructional Technology Plan - Annually - 2015

MORIAH CSD Instructional Technology Plan - Annually - 2015 LEA Information A. LEA Information 1. What is the total student enrollment based on the most recent BEDS Day submission? 2. 693 What is the student enrollment by grade band based on the latest BEDS Day

More information

Lancaster Central School District

Lancaster Central School District Lancaster Central School District Smart Schools Bond Act Allocation Preliminary Investment Plan As presented at the December 7, 2015 meeting of the Board of Education. Public Hearing to follow on January

More information

Superintendent Effectiveness Rubric*

Superintendent Effectiveness Rubric* Public Document 3 Purpose: Outlines the standards that are the foundation for the evaluation. Name of Superintendent: Date: Performance Rating Scale: Distinguished (4) Accomplished (3) standards for most

More information

Executive Summary. John N. C. Stockton Elementary School

Executive Summary. John N. C. Stockton Elementary School Duval County School District Mrs. Charlene McEarl, Principal 4827 Carlisle Rd Jacksonville, FL 32210-8164 Document Generated On January 30, 2014 TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction 1 Description of the School

More information

Standards for Online Professional Development

Standards for Online Professional Development Standards for Online Guidelines for Planning and Evaluating Online Courses and Programs Southern Regional Education Board 592 10th St. N.W. Atlanta, GA 30318 (404) 875-9211 www.sreb.org For more information,

More information

Budget Sub allocations by category that you are submitting for approval at this time.

Budget Sub allocations by category that you are submitting for approval at this time. Bloomfield Smart Schools Investment Plan (SSIP) Overview What is the estimate of the total number of students and staff that will benefit from this Smart Schools Investment Plan based on the cumulative

More information

WILLSBORO CSD Instructional Technology Plan - Annually - 2015

WILLSBORO CSD Instructional Technology Plan - Annually - 2015 LEA Information A. LEA Information 1. What is the total student enrollment based on the most recent BEDS Day submission? 2. 249 What is the student enrollment by grade band based on the latest BEDS Day

More information

North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards. to CyberSmart! Online Workshops: Authentic Learning and Creativity

North Carolina Professional Teaching Standards. to CyberSmart! Online Workshops: Authentic Learning and Creativity Alignment of Standard I: Teachers Demonstrate Leadership A. Teachers lead in their classrooms. Take responsibility for all students learning Week 1: Multimedia Book: Authentic Learning in the Digital Age

More information

Section Three: Ohio Standards for Principals

Section Three: Ohio Standards for Principals Section Three: Ohio Standards for Principals 1 Principals help create a shared vision and clear goals for their schools and ensure continuous progress toward achieving the goals. Principals lead the process

More information

Administrative and Instructional Technology

Administrative and Instructional Technology Administrative and Instructional Technology Summary The Indian River County School District is using all nine of the administrative and instructional technology best practices. The district acquires technology

More information

Crosswalk of the New Colorado Principal Standards (proposed by State Council on Educator Effectiveness) with the

Crosswalk of the New Colorado Principal Standards (proposed by State Council on Educator Effectiveness) with the Crosswalk of the New Colorado Principal Standards (proposed by State Council on Educator Effectiveness) with the Equivalent in the Performance Based Principal Licensure Standards (current principal standards)

More information

WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT. Visual and Performing Arts. Master Plan for Curriculum Integration and Implementation

WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT. Visual and Performing Arts. Master Plan for Curriculum Integration and Implementation WEST CONTRA COSTA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Visual and Performing Arts Master Plan for Curriculum Integration and Implementation Vision: The WCCUSD Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) vision for Arts Education

More information

New York State Education Department Instructional technology plan survey

New York State Education Department Instructional technology plan survey The instructional technology plan survey is designed to allow districts the opportunity to compile all data related to their technology planning and needs in one location. The data collected in the survey

More information

2013 2015 Technology Plan

2013 2015 Technology Plan Hopkins Public Schools Independent School District 270 Hopkins, Minnesota ORGANIZATION INFORMATION District/Agency/School HOPKINS PUBLIC SCHOOLS (legal name): District Number: 270 IDENTIFIED OFFICIAL WITH

More information

Oak Park School District. Administrator Evaluation Program

Oak Park School District. Administrator Evaluation Program Oak Park School District Administrator Evaluation Program Table of Contents Evaluation Purpose...1 Evaluation Timeline...2 Rubric for Instructional Administrator Standard 1...3 Standard 2...5 Standard

More information

Katonah-Lewisboro School District (KLSD) PRELIMINARY SMART SCHOOLS INVESTMENT PLAN

Katonah-Lewisboro School District (KLSD) PRELIMINARY SMART SCHOOLS INVESTMENT PLAN Katonah-Lewisboro School District (KLSD) PRELIMINARY SMART SCHOOLS INVESTMENT PLAN Ahunna Margaux Akoma, Ed D Director of Technology Katonah-Lewisboro School District TABLE OF CONTENTS I. INTRODUCTION

More information

New York State Education Department Instructional technology plan survey

New York State Education Department Instructional technology plan survey The instructional technology plan survey is designed to allow districts the opportunity to compile all data related to their technology planning and needs in one location. The data collected in the survey

More information

Illinois Center for School Improvement Framework: Core Functions, Indicators, and Key Questions

Illinois Center for School Improvement Framework: Core Functions, Indicators, and Key Questions Framework: Core Functions, Indicators, and Key Questions The Core Functions and Indicators, which form the structure for the delivery and execution of (Illinois CSI) services, describe the big ideas or

More information

Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School counselors

Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School counselors Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School counselors Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School Counselors Standard 1: school counselors demonstrate leadership, advocacy, and collaboration. Professional

More information

DRAFT For use in 2012-13 validation process only Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School counselors

DRAFT For use in 2012-13 validation process only Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School counselors Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School counselors Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina s School Counselors Standard 1: school counselors demonstrate leadership, advocacy, and collaboration. Professional

More information

High Plain Elementary School School Improvement Plan High Academic Achievement for All: Curriculum and Instruction

High Plain Elementary School School Improvement Plan High Academic Achievement for All: Curriculum and Instruction 333333333 APS Strategic Plan - Goal 1 MERA Goal 3 High Academic Achievement for All: Curriculum and Instruction APS Students will develop the habits of mind that underlie critical and creative thinking,

More information

on all student laptops some accessibility terms of software (e.g. Microsoft Word / Pages etc.)

on all student laptops some accessibility terms of software (e.g. Microsoft Word / Pages etc.) its ESSENTIAL CONDITION ONE: EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL USES OF TECHNOLOGY EMBEDDED IN STANDARDS- BASED, STUDENT- CENTERED LEARNING ISTE Definition: Use of information and communication technology (ICT) to

More information

CERTIFICATION OF SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY PLAN

CERTIFICATION OF SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY PLAN CERTIFICATION OF SCHOOL TECHNOLOGY PLAN PRESENTED TO 4580, Hanover Community School Corp 7/1/2014-6/30/2017 Approved 1st Update The above referenced school corporation's technology plan is hereby certified

More information

Medford Public Schools Three Year Technology Plan

Medford Public Schools Three Year Technology Plan Medford Public Schools Three Year Technology Plan 2010 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ACCOMPLISHMENTS FOR LAST YEAR: 2009 2010 TECHNOLOGY VISION, GOALS AND STRATEGIES...1 Vision Statement...1

More information

TUSD STRATEGIC PLAN

TUSD STRATEGIC PLAN Tucson Unified School District TUSD STRATEGIC PLAN 2014-2019 Table of Contents Curriculum Strategic Priority #1: Curriculum TUSD will design an aligned, articulated and well administered curriculum that

More information

Technology Plan Cover Sheet

Technology Plan Cover Sheet Technology Plan Cover Sheet 2016-2018 (July 1, 2015 June 30, 2018) Organization Information District/Agency/School (legal name): Le Sueur-Henderson Public Schools District Number: 2397 Technology Plan

More information

North Carolina Professional Technology Facilitator Standards

North Carolina Professional Technology Facilitator Standards North Carolina Professional Technology Facilitator Standards Every public school student will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and postsecondary education and prepared for life

More information

Monroe County Department of Education. Technology Plan

Monroe County Department of Education. Technology Plan Monroe County Department of Education Technology Plan Madisonville Tennessee 2011-2013 Office of Technology Gary Sharp, Director III. SYSTEM-WIDE GOALS AND OBJECTIVES Instructional Technology A. GOAL I:

More information

PETALUMA CITY SCHOOLS DISTRICT EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY PLAN JULY 1, 2013 JUNE 30, 2018

PETALUMA CITY SCHOOLS DISTRICT EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY PLAN JULY 1, 2013 JUNE 30, 2018 PETALUMA CITY SCHOOLS DISTRICT EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY PLAN JULY 1, 2013 JUNE 30, 2018 TABLE OF CONTENTS District Summary and Plan Duration (Criteria Item 1) Stakeholders Involvement (Criteria Item 2) Curriculum

More information

learning and information sharing tool to: Provide an equitable learning environment

learning and information sharing tool to: Provide an equitable learning environment Welcome to the first edition of the Fauquier County Public Schools Technology Services report. This report will provide the reader with insights into the key technology initiatives that are providing value

More information

Program Self-Evaluation and ACLS Monitoring Tool. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Adult and Community Learning Services

Program Self-Evaluation and ACLS Monitoring Tool. Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Adult and Community Learning Services 1 Program Self-Evaluation and ACLS Monitoring Tool Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Adult and Community Learning Services 75 Pleasant Street Malden, Massachusetts 02148 Telephone:

More information

1:1 Implementation Rubric

1:1 Implementation Rubric 1:1 Implementation Rubric One of the most effective ways to determine how well school technology programs are meeting the needs of students, teachers, staff, and the community is through self-reflection

More information

Comprehensive Reading Plan K-12 A Supplement to the North Carolina Literacy Plan. North Carolina Department of Public Instruction 2013-2014

Comprehensive Reading Plan K-12 A Supplement to the North Carolina Literacy Plan. North Carolina Department of Public Instruction 2013-2014 Comprehensive Reading Plan K-12 A Supplement to the North Carolina Literacy Plan North Carolina Department of Public Instruction 2013-2014 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION PAGE 3 NCDPI PAGE 4 STANDARDS-BASED

More information

NANUET UFSD Instructional Technology Plan - Annually - 2015

NANUET UFSD Instructional Technology Plan - Annually - 2015 LEA Information A. LEA Information 1. What is the total student enrollment based on the most recent BEDS Day submission? 2. 2,209 What is the student enrollment by grade band based on the latest BEDS Day

More information

Taunton Public Schools

Taunton Public Schools District Goals Taunton Public Schools TECHNOLOGY PLAN (2014-2017) The Taunton Technology Plan is informed by the system-wide goals and strategies as outline in the Taunton Public Schools Strategic Plan.

More information

Some students are engaged in learning, but others do not respond to instructional strategies focused on the class as a whole.

Some students are engaged in learning, but others do not respond to instructional strategies focused on the class as a whole. Piedmont/California Standards for the Teaching Profession Self-Assessment Continuum of Teaching Practice Standard 1 P/CSTP: Engaging and Supporting All Students in Learning 1.1 Using knowledge of students

More information

Framework for Leadership

Framework for Leadership Framework for Leadership Date Leader Self-Assessment Evaluator Assessment Domain 1: Strategic/Cultural Leadership Principals/school leaders systemically and collaboratively develop a positive culture to

More information

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PLAN. THE ENLARGED CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF TROY, NEW YORK 2920 Fifth Avenue, Troy, NY 12180 2012-2015

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PLAN. THE ENLARGED CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF TROY, NEW YORK 2920 Fifth Avenue, Troy, NY 12180 2012-2015 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PLAN for the THE ENLARGED CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF TROY, NEW YORK 2920 Fifth Avenue, Troy, NY 12180 2012-2015 Revised by the District Technology Committee TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview:

More information

Trenton Public Schools Academic Plan 2015-18

Trenton Public Schools Academic Plan 2015-18 Trenton Public Schools Academic Plan 2015-18 Dr. Francisco Durán Superintendent of Schools Children come first, Los niños son primero Office of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, Professional Development,

More information

San Francisco Unified School District San Francisco County Office of Education Master Plan for Educational Technology 2012-2015 DRAFT May 22, 2012

San Francisco Unified School District San Francisco County Office of Education Master Plan for Educational Technology 2012-2015 DRAFT May 22, 2012 San Francisco Unified School District San Francisco County Office of Education Master Plan for Educational 2012-2015 DRAFT May 22, 2012 Purpose of the Master Plan: The San Francisco Unified School District

More information

Wythe County Public Schools Comprehensive Plan 2013-2019

Wythe County Public Schools Comprehensive Plan 2013-2019 Wythe County Public Schools Comprehensive Plan 2013-2019 VISION Educating Students for Success in a Changing World MISSION The mission of Wythe County Public Schools, in partnership with our community,

More information

Principal Selection Process. Office of Human Resources. October 2015

Principal Selection Process. Office of Human Resources. October 2015 Principal Selection Process Office of Human Resources October 2015 1 Strategic Goals 2 Principal Selection Process Overview Tier 4 Entry Plan Case Study Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Chief Schools

More information

Delaware Performance Appraisal System

Delaware Performance Appraisal System Delaware Performance Appraisal System Building greater skills and knowledge for educators DPAS-II Guide for Administrators (Principals) Principal Practice Rubric Updated July 2015 1 INEFFECTIVE A. DEVELOPS

More information

Colorado Professional Teaching Standards

Colorado Professional Teaching Standards Colorado Professional Teaching Standards Standard I: Teachers demonstrate knowledge of the content they teach a. Teachers provide instruction that is aligned with the Colorado Academic Standards and their

More information

BUILDING CURRICULUM ACCOMMODATION PLAN

BUILDING CURRICULUM ACCOMMODATION PLAN BUILDING CURRICULUM ACCOMMODATION PLAN 2014-2015 ERIC STARK, PRINCIPAL KATE PERETZ, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. Helen Keller FRANKLIN PUBLIC SCHOOLS VISION

More information

SWOT Analysis Template for Technology Planning Needs Assessment What is the current reality in our school?

SWOT Analysis Template for Technology Planning Needs Assessment What is the current reality in our school? ESSENTIAL CONDITION ONE: EFFECTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL USES OF TECHNOLOGY EMBEDDED IN STANDARDS-BASED, STUDENT-CENTERED LEARNING ISTE Definition: Use of information and communication technology (ICT) to facilitate

More information

Self Assessment Tool for Principals and Vice-Principals

Self Assessment Tool for Principals and Vice-Principals The Institute for Education Leadership (IEL) brings together representatives from the principals' associations, the supervisory officers' associations, councils of directors of education and the Ministry

More information

Kentucky. Guidelines. Digital Learning. Kentucky Department of Education. Dr. Terry Holliday, Commissioner

Kentucky. Guidelines. Digital Learning. Kentucky Department of Education. Dr. Terry Holliday, Commissioner Kentucky Digital Learning Guidelines Digital Learning Kentucky Department of Education Dr. Terry Holliday, Commissioner For more detailed guidance, clarification and specific criteria of high quality digital

More information

Master of Arts in Educational Administration, Principal Endorsement Program Course Sequence and Descriptions

Master of Arts in Educational Administration, Principal Endorsement Program Course Sequence and Descriptions Master of Arts in Educational Administration, Principal Endorsement Program Course Sequence and Descriptions EDU 615 Principal as School Leader (3 credit hours) In this course, candidates will develop

More information

Elementary and Middle School Technology Curriculum Guidelines

Elementary and Middle School Technology Curriculum Guidelines Elementary and Middle School Technology Curriculum Guidelines Catholic Schools Office Diocese of Erie March, 2007 PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT... 1 TECHNOLOGY CURRICULUM FOUNDATION... 1 TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATION STANDARDS

More information

The ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS S) and Performance Indicators for Students 1. Creativity and Innovation

The ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS S) and Performance Indicators for Students 1. Creativity and Innovation The ISTE National Educational Technology Standards (NETS S) and Performance Indicators for Students 1. Creativity and Innovation Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop

More information

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL EXECUTIVE EVALUATION RUBRIC Preservice Candidates. Standard 1: Strategic Leadership

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL EXECUTIVE EVALUATION RUBRIC Preservice Candidates. Standard 1: Strategic Leadership NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL EXECUTIVE EVALUATION RUBRIC Preservice Candidates Standard 1: Strategic Leadership School executives will create conditions that result in strategically re-imaging the school s vision,

More information

ONE-TO-ONE (1:1) INITIATIVE - TECHNOLOGY PLAN by John Lustig and Jason Borglum

ONE-TO-ONE (1:1) INITIATIVE - TECHNOLOGY PLAN by John Lustig and Jason Borglum ONE-TO-ONE (1:1) INITIATIVE - TECHNOLOGY PLAN by John Lustig and Jason Borglum OVERVIEW The schools in the LeSueur-Henderson School District are creating a new vision for education and are transitioning

More information

MASTER OF EDUCATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY Student Handbook

MASTER OF EDUCATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY Student Handbook MASTER OF EDUCATION IN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY Student Handbook Overview The Graduate School Department of Education Online Student Handbook is intended to serve as a general guide for current and prospective

More information

Field Experience and Student Teaching Competencies

Field Experience and Student Teaching Competencies Field Experience and Student Teaching Competencies Introduction The Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) has developed a general set of field experience and student teaching competencies that will

More information

North Carolina School Library Media Coordinators Standards

North Carolina School Library Media Coordinators Standards North Carolina School Library Media Coordinators Standards Every public school student will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and postsecondary education and prepared for life in

More information

STANTON TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS Educational Technology Plan 2014-2017

STANTON TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS Educational Technology Plan 2014-2017 STANTON TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCHOOLS Educational Technology Plan 2014-2017 School Building District Code #31140 E.B. Holman School 50870 Holman School Rd. Atlantic Mine, MI 49905 Phone number (906) 482-2797

More information

IUSD TECHNOLOGY PLAN. November 2013. Irvine Unified School District Information Technology Department 1

IUSD TECHNOLOGY PLAN. November 2013. Irvine Unified School District Information Technology Department 1 IUSD TECHNOLOGY PLAN November 2013 1 AGENDA Agenda 1 Scope and Purpose of the Plan 2 Plan Development 3 Plan Content 3.1 Current Access and Use 3.2 Curriculum Goals 3.3 Professional Learning Goals 3.4

More information

District Technology Plan

District Technology Plan ENUMCLAW SCHOOL DISTRICT District Technology Plan July 1, 2010 June 30, 2013 Vision Statement will provide a stimulating learning environment with a technological orientation across the whole curriculum,

More information

Start Date: July 2015 End Date: June 2016. Technology Plan 1. West Michigan Academy of Arts & Academics 7/30/15

Start Date: July 2015 End Date: June 2016. Technology Plan 1. West Michigan Academy of Arts & Academics 7/30/15 District: West Michigan Academy of Arts & Academics [70902] Building: [08332] ISD: Ottawa Area ISD [70] Address: 17350 Hazel Street, Spring Lake, Michigan 49456 Contact: Cathy Cantu Phone: 616 844 9961

More information

New Prague Area Schools ISD 721. 2012-2017 Technology Plan

New Prague Area Schools ISD 721. 2012-2017 Technology Plan New Prague Area Schools ISD 721 2012-2017 Plan 0 Table of Contents District Mission, Vision, and Values... 2 Demographics of School District... 2 Organization Leadership and Planning... 3 Needs Assessment...

More information

Michigan Department of Education Educational Technology Plan Suggestions for Enhancing Your Technology Plan

Michigan Department of Education Educational Technology Plan Suggestions for Enhancing Your Technology Plan Michigan Department of Education Educational Technology Plan Suggestions for Enhancing Your Technology Plan Please note that all of the components listed are suggested components you can use to strengthen

More information

District Contact Information: Granville County Schools. 101 Delacroix Street P.O. Box 927. Oxford, NC 27565. Central Office Telephone: 919 693-4613

District Contact Information: Granville County Schools. 101 Delacroix Street P.O. Box 927. Oxford, NC 27565. Central Office Telephone: 919 693-4613 District Contact Information: Granville County Schools 101 Delacroix Street P.O. Box 927 Oxford, NC 27565 Central Office Telephone: 919 693-4613 www.gcs.k12.nc.us cover We are also entering the second

More information

North Carolina TEACHER. evaluation process. Public Schools of North Carolina State Board of Education Department of Public Instruction

North Carolina TEACHER. evaluation process. Public Schools of North Carolina State Board of Education Department of Public Instruction North Carolina TEACHER evaluation process Public Schools of North Carolina State Board of Education Department of Public Instruction Rubric for Evaluating North Carolina Teachers ( This form should be

More information