Goal 1 Provide technology resources that extend the traditional boundaries of classroom instruction to enhance student academic achievement and teacher effectiveness.
Goal 2 District educators will demonstrate technology proficiency to improve academic achievement. Ensure learning is collaborative, interactive, and customized throughout curriculum and instruction.
Goal 3 Provide leadership and vision in planning, budgeting, professional development, and technology delivery to create an environment of innovation for the effective integration of technology and communication with staff, parents, and the community.
Goal 4 Provide and maintain the infrastructure and technology support to enable the accomplishment of goals of the Board of Trustees and District/Campus plans and investigate and deploy emerging technologies as appropriate.
Evaluation Strategies Process Strategies Method
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