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Long Range Technology Plan 2009-2012  Number of Campuses 4  Total Student Enrollment1,743  District Size Under 500  Percent of Economically Disadvantaged.

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3  Number of Campuses 4  Total Student Enrollment1,743  District Size Under 500  Percent of Economically Disadvantaged 85% Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

4  Teaching and Learning$182,000  Educator Preparation and Development Budget$ 38,000 Development Budget$ 38,000  Leadership, Administration and Support Budget$ 20,000 and Support Budget$ 20,000  Infrastructure for Technology Budget$593,000 Technology Budget$593,000 TOTAL$833,000 Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

5  All 4 campuses have direct connection  There are 200 classrooms connected  Computer/Student Ratio 3 student for every computer  Computer/Teacher Ratio 1 teacher for every computer  Technology Expenditure per Student $ Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

6  Carey White  Sabrina Andrews  Martina Hadley  Chris Martinez  Jerry Jones  Jerry Thomas  Michael Jeffers  Jerry Lawrence  Brandon Hays  Tom Gaither  Sharon Liles  Holly Lee  Darla Swain  Liz Anderson  Mary Jane O’Daniel  Kathleen Crooks Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

7  Best technology training possible for students and teachers  Staff development and support for all staff members  Help teachers deliver better technological instruction  Technology is integrated in all instruction and not just in “computer classes” Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

8  has replaced the use of paper memos  Teachers use an electronic gradebook  Promethean boards are in every classroom  Student access online classes  2 Mobile carts at high school can be checked out by teachers  Industrial Tech uses AutoCAD Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

9  Proficiency tests for teachers  Training to help teachers integrate technology into curriculum as required by the TEKS  Training for teachers on interactive white boards, palm pilots, scanners, and digital cameras  Use of Moodle and Web 2.0 technologies Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

10  Teaching and Learning:  Brownfield ISD will strive to provide instructionally sound technology based instruction to students  LRPT Category: Teaching and Learning  E-Rate Correlates: ERO1 ERO2  NCLB Correlates: a 04b  Objective 1.1—Students achieve technology proficiency and academic success  Objective 1.2—Increase accessibility of technology Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan--TEA

11  Educator preparation and development  LRPT Category: Educator Preparation and Development  E-Rate Correlates: ER02  NCLB Correlates: a  Objective 2.1—Instructional staff implements TEKS requirements of technology applications  Objective 2.2—100% of teaching staff meet SBEC standards for technology literacy  Objective 2.3—Ensure staff development in technology  Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan--TEA

12  Administration will provide/improve communication in support of data-driven decisions.  LRPT: Infrastructure for Technology  E-Rate Correlates: ER01  NCLB Correlates: a  Objective 3.1—Upgrade and maintain infrastructure  Objective 3.2—Encourage instructional staff to use electronic means to communicate with parents Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan--TEA

13  Strive to maintain/update its LAN/WAN internet connectivity and user/computer ratio  LRPT: Infrastructure for Technology  E-Rate Correlates: ER01  NCLB Correlates:  Objective 4.1—Optimize LAN/WAN structure  Objective 4.2—Maintain 100% connectivity  Objective 4.3—Strive to provide good user/computer ratio Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan--TEA

14  Texas Star Chart  Records of staff development participation in technology training documented by sign-in sheets and certificates  Support and maintenance of technology as documented by IT department  Evaluation of technology integration in classroom  Documentation of community access to technology resources and information website access  Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

15  More professional development opportunities in the use of technology.  Each campus should have a dedicated IT staff person to assist with training and technology problems.  Update technology plan yearly to add new requirements and remove completed objectives as needed.  Each Campus Improvement Committee (CIC) will evaluate the Technology Plan to determine if the technology infrastructure and equipment are adequate to meet campus needs. Brownfield ISD Long Term Technology Plan

16  Effective technology plans are short term, not long term. Five year plans are too long. Technology is changing so fast that it is almost impossible to plan what type of technology will be available for use five years from now. Even one year plans may be about as far ahead as we can now effectively plan for specific purchases of certain types or brands of equipment. Perhaps tech plans should be divided into phases, not years. National Center for Technology Planning 2001

17  “ The challenge for our education system is to leverage the learning sciences and modern technology to create engaging, relevant, and personalized learning experiences for all learners that mirror students’ daily lives and the reality of their futures. In contrast to traditional classroom instruction, this requires that we put students at the center and empower them to take control of their own learning by providing flexibility on several dimensions. “ National Education Technology Plan 2010

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19 Brownfield Independent School District. (2009, August 1). BISD District Resources: Long Range Technology Plan. Retrieved from: n%20for%20E.pdf n%20for%20E.pdf National Education Technology Plan, (2010). Transforming American Education Learning Powered by Technology. Retrieved on May 14 from: See, J. (2001). Developing Effective Technology Plans. National Center for Technology Planning. Retrieved on May 14, 2011 from: Texas Education Agency. (2010). Long Range Plan for Technology. Retrieved on May 15, 2011 from: Pictures retrieved on May 15, 2011 from: bd2e46bd3f33 bd2e46bd3f33


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