STATUS OF CURRICULUM GOALS FOR 2007-2008


Goal 3d.1 - All students will use technology to support their mastery of district and state academic standards...

  • Requires CST data and end-of year attendance data available summer 2008

Goal 3d.2 - All students will use technology to support their development of 21st Century Learning Skills, as identified in enGauge: 21st Century Skills for 21st Century Learners...

  • Benchmark: 2007-2008: 100% of all 24 / 7 students will use 21st Century Learning Skills as measured by the 24/7 Student Technology Survey

  • Status: 24/7 students seems to be using the technology as designed (as seem from student survey). Spreadsheet use (such as Excel or Numbers) seems to be the application least known to students. Two other weaknesses are use of digital cameras and creating a web page.

  • Recommendations: Professional development for teachers in making spreadsheets and creating web pages is needed. There may be a technology issue in posting web pages (is space available, etc).


Goal 3e.1 - All students will master the technology skills identified in the National Education Technology Standards for Students (NETS-S)


Note: The NETS-S were adopted in place of the District Student Technology Skills Scope and Sequence by the Educational Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC) Feb. 4, 2008.

  • Benchmark: All high school graduates will have passed a computer literacy class or passed the District computer literacy exam. 40% of ninth graders will have passed the computer literacy exam or a computer literacy class.

  • 40% of K-12 students will demonstrate their mastery of grade appropriate technology skills as outlined by the NETS-S

  • Status: No data available to us to judge the status of this goal (A Zangle report could be created)

  • Recommendations: Rewrite benchmark to align with the NETS; Collect data on k-12 students to see where they are on demonstrating mastery of grade appropriate technology skills; Create a form of monitoring and accountability


Goal 3e.2 - All students will master information literacy skills, as identified in the NET-S.

  • Benchmark: 40% of K-12 students will demonstrate their mastery of grade appropriate information literacy skills as outlined in the NETS-S.

  • Status: No data available to us to judge the status of this goal

  • Recommendations: Collect data on k-12 students to see where they are on demonstrating mastery of grade appropriate technology skills; Create a form of monitoring and accountability



Data: EDTECH PROFILE COMPARISON REPORT

Goal 3f.1 - All students will have appropriate access to technology

  • Benchmark: 7:1 Student to computer ratio (Extent of students use of computers "at least once a month")

  • Status:

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Data: SCHOOL SITE SURVEY COMPARISON REPORT


Goal 3g.1 - The District will use technology to improve student achievement through data collection, analysis, reporting, and data driven decision-making

  • Benchmark: 25,000 logins, 1000 unique users, 25 logins per user

  • Benchmark: 50% of instructional staff will use data to inform instruction at least once a term as evidenced by survey data.

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Goal 3h.1 - The District will utilize technology to make teachers and administrators more accessible to parents.

  • Benchmark: 100% of teachers use Zangle daily (at least for attendance). At the secondary level, 100% of teachers use Zangle to post grades. 5000 students will have at least one parent access Zangle (over the course of a year).

  • Benchmark: 50% of teachers and 100% of administrators will use one and two way technology to communicate with parents.

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  • Recommendations: