Technology Plan--The Citadel EDUC 529 Microcomputers and School Management Table of Contents Stage One Preparing Goals and Objectives Needs Assessment Scope/Research Defining Stakeholders
Organizational Structure Funding and Equity Professional Development Vendors and Consultants Stage Two: Writing Technology Plan Goal Budget Timelines Glossary of Terms Stage One: Preparing Vision/Mission
Prepare students to be academically and technologically literate for the 21st Century so they can positively contribute to the community. Demographics Overall Profile Academic Achievement Demographics School Profile PACT Math Trend Data Size 50
# students # teachers Community Awards Challenges 40 Grade Equivalent 30 3rd 4th 5th 20 10 0
2002 2003 1998 Grade Levels Defining Stakeholders Names/Positions/Why Selected John(you!)Smith/Teacher/Tech Plan Writer Questions Asked? In order to improve student achievement, how should we spend our $50,000 technology grant? Of the things you mentioned, what is the most important? Rationale? Research?
Defining Rationale/Scope Questions Asked In order to improve student achievement, how should we spend our $50,000 technology grant? Of the things you mentioned, what is the most important? Research to Support Ideas? Rationale? Scope of Project?
Stage Two: Writing Technology Plan Goal Budget $50,000, itemized Funding sources Timelines Follow items in budget with follow-up Include those responsible for actions Glossary of Terms
Presentation PowerPoint Presentation 15-30 slides 20-25 minutes Support Paper with Research and Rationale Due June 17 with Self-evaluation (see rubric)
Family ties: Father in law founded Amway, brother founded Blackwater, she has served as chair of MI Republican party, family has given to a laundry list of conservative and Christian organizations. ... PowerPoint Presentation Last modified by:
PURPOSE & GOAL. Objective is simple and clear, the town wishes to have a Tree Protection Ordinance designed to preserve, manage and maintain the valuable resource of our trees in the Oak Island jurisdictional limits.
RFLP—Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms. Restriction enzymes are used to cut DNA into smaller fragments that can then be separated and characterized for identification. Isolate—separate DNA from the cell. Cut—use of restriction enzymes to make shorter base strands. Sort—by size using...
BU LPBS Presentation, July 2014. Low Voltage ProductsBU Breakers and Switches ... (PMP) Repairs. Proper workshops to repair and overhaul ... ABB as manufacturer and supplier has been working for many years to offer products and solutions to support Utilities...
The Art, Science, Knowledge, Luck, and Magic of Preparing for the BOC Exam. Karen Lew Feirman, MEd., ATC, LAT. University of West Florida. Karen (Lew) Feirman is the co-author of the Athletic Training Exam Review: A Student Guide to Successtextbook;...
"For every complex problem, there is a solution that is neat, simple, and wrong"—H.L. Mencken. I believe that implementing overly simplistic policy solutions for these two very complex problems leads to the zero-sum game that we so often perceive. Perhaps...
Social Mobility ~In England there was very little social mobility. If you were going to "be someone", you HAD to own land. ~Since England is a small island, the only people that owned land were nobility - people who had...
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