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1 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Overview Meeting Welcome TIP Teams

2 TIP Facts or Myths Who has prior technology planning experience? – You are now members of our technology planning expert group! Divide into three teams with at least one member from the technology planning expert group. Using TIP topics and/or information in the basket, determine if the information is a –a Fact or a Myth

3 TIP Facts and Timelines TIP stands for Technology Integration Plan TIPs are housed on the Interactive Illinois Report Card (iirc) website – – The same user name and password that is used for the DIP is used for the TIP. – It is recommended that you create some portions of the TIP in a word document and cut and paste to the online TIP. – TIPs can only be submitted for approval via the iirc. Paper copies will not be accepted. – TIPs are created, submitted, and approved for a three years. TIP Due Date: March 1, 2010

4 Peer Review – What is it? Peer Review teams consist of 3 educators from our local area trained on TIP criteria AND an outside facilitator. The Peer Review team reviews each section of the TIP, determines if the section meets the minimum criteria and passes or does not pass each section. If any section of the TIP does not pass, the TIP overview does not pass and has an opportunity for revisions. ISBE is the Certified Technology Plan Approver for all public K-12 districts in Illinois.

5 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Vision – Vision can be a district vision or separate technology vision – Statement or clarity of how the vision supports telecommunication, instructional technology and information technology if not addressed in the vision statement(can be a bulleted list) – Any language that indicates the district is planning into the future beyond the three year plan

6 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section I – Data Analysis – Part A: Illinois School Report Card data – Part B: Local Assessment Data – Part C: Other Data Item #1 –Attributes and Challenges – Addresses current student instructional technology use – Addresses community demographics Item #2 – Educator Qualifications and Professional Growth and Development – Addresses current professional development related to the use of technology

7 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section I – Data Analysis continued – Part C: Other Data continued Item #3 – Parental/Community Involvement Data – Addresses parental/community involvement – Addresses parental/community communication – Part D: Technology Deployment Data On-line survey must be completed. Sections include: – District Information – number of classrooms, teachers, etc. – Internet Access at various locations – Computer Inventory by type and location – Operating Systems – Network Equipment – Type of Licensed Software (Yes/No response) – Inventory of Other Technologies – Telecommunications – Distance Learning equipment

8 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section I – Data Analysis continued – Part E: SMART Goal(s) The SMART goal can be the DIP goal, SIP goal, and/or based on conclusions from the Report Card and local assessment data. The SMART goal has an achievement focus. The strategies and activities of the Action Plan have a technology focus. The goal(s) should cover the three years of the TIP. SMART – specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and tangible (or timely)

9 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section II – Action Plan Overall review of the Action Plan Strategies and activities have a technology focus and cover all three years of the plan. Strategies – are general/broad statements that set a course of action – are supported by conclusions drawn by data analysis – will have a technology focus Activities have a timeline for all three years of the plan. Activities – include specific step-by-step process to achieve the strategy – include a budget – Include a start and end date A budget is included for all three years

10 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section II – Action Plan continued Part A: SMART Goal – same goal as Section I, Part E Part B: Curriculum Integration – Strategy(ies) and activities for each phase (3 years) that address the integration of technology into curriculum and instruction. – Strategy(ies) and activities for each phase (3 years) that address an increase in student accessibility. Part C: Professional Development – Strategy(ies) and activities for each phase (3 years) that address professional development focused on the integration of technology into the curriculum and instruction.

11 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section II – Action Plan continued Part D: Parent/Community Involvement – Strategy(ies) and activities for each phase (3 years) that address the promotion of parental and community involvement. – Strategy(ies) and activities for each phase (3 years) that address an increase in communications with parents, including a description of how parents will be informed of the technology use. Part E: Technology Deployment – Strategy(ies) and activities for each phase (3 years) that address the acquisition, utilization, and/or reliable access of technology and telecommunication. – NOTE: Make sure activities includes services requested in the E-rate application!

12 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section II – Action Plan continued Part F: Monitoring – For each section of the action plan (i.e. C&I, professional development, Parent/Community, and technology deployment) the following are identified: Monitoring tool(s) Progress indicator(s) Evaluation frequency Name of person responsible.

13 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section III – Plan Development, Review and Implementation Part A: Stakeholder Involvement Is a narrative included that provides a description of how stakeholder were consulted in the development or revision of the plan Are the following stakeholder groups included in the description: – Parent – School staff – Adult literacy services providers – Public libraries

14 Technology Integration Plan (TIP) Sections of TIP Section III – Plan Development, Review and Implementation Part B: Internet Safety Policy – Review the USAC website for information on CIPA requirements: px px – TIP documentation includes the Board Policy # for its Internet Safety Policy and date of approval

15 TIP Overview


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