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Technology Steering Committee 2008-2011
Technology Steering Committee 2008‐2011 Preston Lynn Coppels McNally Director of Instructional Services, Co‐Chair Technology Resource Supervisor, Co‐Chair Aizaz Dr. Clark Chris Ursula Nicholas Dr. Nancy Bent Sherron Dr. Barbara Keith Elizabeth Rachel Dr. Stephan Michael Sandra Brian Dr. Virginia Mark Adina Denver George Dr. Michele Robert Aaron Michael Kate Sandy Matthew Michael Wendi Aslam Bowers Bugaj Dixit Edivan Farrell Ferrell Gladden Gruber Hicks Jespersen Johnson Knobloch Larson Lenga Magurn Minshew Nichols Popa Peschken Rodriguez Schmidt‐Moore Schneider Smith Speidel Stecher Sullivan Thompson Turner Walker Computer Specialist, Personnel Principal, Arcola ES Assistive Technology Trainer AIT Supervisor AIT Information Security Specialist Staff Development Trainer Internet Content Manager Principal, Harmony IS Staff Development Trainer Technology Resource Teacher, Woodgrove HS Library/Media Specialist Potomac Falls HS Student Information Supervisor Research Director Instructional Technology Supervisor Systems Integration Coordinator ITS Technology Coordinator Principal, Park View HS Special Education Supervisor, Assistive Technology Technology Resource Teacher, Steuart W. Weller ES Internet Content and Video Production Assistant Administrative Computer Specialist English Supervisor Community Representative AIT Technology Coordinator Staff Development Trainer Early Intervening Specialist President, LEA Media Technology Specialist AIT Technology Coordinator Technology Resource Teacher, Smart’s Mill MS Contents Technology Steering Committee Members Introduction……………………………………………………………………..… Page 1 Needs Assessment……………………………………………………………… Page 3 Goal 1 ………………………………………………………………………………….. Page 4 Goal 2 ………………………………………………………………………………… Page 10 Goal 3………………………………………………………………………………… Page 14 Goal 4………………………………………………………………………………… Page 19 Goal 5………………………………………………………………………………… Page 22 Plan Evaluation………………………………………………………………… Page 28 Appendix ­ Technology Plan Budget Summary Introduction Preparing Students for a Global Society As Alvin Toffler stated, "The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn." And so in preparing our students to be life‐long, independent learners, we need to give them appropriate technology tools and resources and teach them how to use them to learn and grow. The global society in which our students will live, work and compete demand those skills. We also know that technology, as it has evolved, now allows us to teach with multimedia resources (graphics, audio, video, simulations) so that both visual and verbal multimodal learning can come together in a way that recent research in neuroscience shows can affect significant increases in learning. Our students have already embraced digital communication and collaboration tools in their personal lives. They need to learn how to use these tools to learn and work in school and beyond. The implementation of the Technology Plan continues to expand Loudoun County Public Schools’ (LCPS) commitment to curriculum integrated through technology and rigorous academic standards so that we can prepare our students for an ever‐evolving global society. Background With a student population of more than 63,000 students that reflects a growing diversity, Loudoun County Public Schools continues to grow annually, welcoming 2,000‐3,000 new students each year. In the last 12 years the minority population has more than doubled to 42%. Hispanic and Asian students are the county’s two largest minority groups making up 15% and 14% respectively of the population. As we finish the first decade of the 21st century, Loudoun County Public Schools face many educational challenges (diverse student populations some of whom struggle to meet academic standards, growing numbers of students, shrinking budgets for professional development (PD) opportunities, and high‐stakes test pressures) that digital resources and online learning can play a role in overcoming. And like other districts, we face the challenge of sustaining technology and PD programs beyond the current funding cycle. 1 Technology has the ability to reach all students, no matter where they live, what language they speak, how wealthy they are and whether they have physical or cognitive disabilities, but technology programs, including equipment, applications, professional development and IT support, require sustained investment. Our students by many measures achieve at a high level. In the last 3 years the average SAT score has risen from 1560 to 1597 at a time when more students than ever are taking the SAT and planning to attend college. But we know that moving forward with technology will only enhance that achievement. Mission and Vision In the last LCPS Technology Plan 2004‐2009, the district focused on integrating technology into the curriculum, but as Bill Rust in a 2009 Gartner Report points out, “that stops short of realizing the full potential of instructional technology. The transformational power of technology lies in its ability to integrate the curriculum. This evolution, curriculum integrated through technology, reverses the burden of proof for technology in education.” So instead of asking technology leaders for evidence that technology has been integrated into the curriculum, it challenges curriculum planners to take advantage of the unique transformational power of technology to bring together disparate resources that address the challenges of multidisciplinary studies in the same way that the world now learns, plays, and works together (Rust, 2009). In an effort to include all stakeholders, the School Board Technology Steering committee created and maintained the Tech Steering Committee Planning webpage. It provides resources, plans, guides, whitepapers, reports, articles, and presentations to support the Tech Steering Committee in planning the new 2010‐2015 Loudoun County Public Schools Technology Plan. This is also a place where committee members and others (staff, students, and parents, public) can post thoughts regarding the new tech plan so as to be part of the dialogue, and it was through that dialogue, that the guiding vision statement for the new plan was crafted. Loudoun County Public Schools will enhance, expand, and support an “anytime, anywhere” media‐rich environment that leverages technology to provide a superior education system to prepare all stakeholders for success in a global society. 2 Needs Assessment The first step for the School Board Technology Steering Committee was to look at the status quo with regards to infrastructure, hardware, software applications (from enterprise to utilitarian, productivity to communication), support staff, and professional development. That detailed picture is available in the 2004‐2009 Tech Plan Report. The committee then began one‐year of research – white papers, reports, speakers, industry standards, etc. – that included much discussion and input from other stakeholders outside of the committee. As the Steering Committee built on this vision, the various departments that make up Loudoun County Public Schools began to plan how they would bring the LCPS technology vision to fruition, and a number of assessments were conducted. Discussions, focus groups, and surveys of students, principals, teachers, parents, ITRT’s, librarians, and other support staff were conducted. The goals and objectives as articulated in this plan reflect those needs. 3 Goal 1: Provide a safe, flexible, and effective learning environment for all students Objective 1.1: Deliver appropriate and challenging curricula through face­to­face, blended, and virtual learning environments. •
Strategy 1.1.1: Expand course offerings for students through Virtual Virginia, The Online Academy, LCPS VISION and other designated providers. o
Evaluation Strategy: Analyze pre and post course frequency counts and enrollment statistics. •
Strategy 1.1.2: Further develop and deploy digital curricular content through LCPS CLARITY and VISION and The Online Academy to promote greater flexibility and engagement for learners. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document enhancements to LCPS VISION and The Online Academy. o
Evaluation Strategy: Collect and analyze data of user assessments of flexibility and engagement. •
Strategy 1.1.3: Provide division‐wide access to Web‐based content, tools, and collaborative spaces through VISION, subscription resources, LCPS‐developed curriculum, and public Web 2.0 tools. o
Evaluation Strategy: Analyze use data to determine frequency of access to Web‐based content, tools, and collaborative spaces. 4 •
Strategy 1.1.4: Leverage higher education partnerships to assist schools in instructional design and media production e.g., George Mason University, North TIER, Shenandoah University, University of Virginia. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document how the number and types of higher education partnerships differ from previous years. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the types, quantity, and quality of instructional and technical assistance provided by higher education partnerships. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the extent to which these partnerships are accessible and useful with regard to delivering appropriate and challenging curricula. Objective 1.1 Strategy 1.1.1 Completion Timeline Ongoing FY 12 Budget FY 13 Budget $20,000 $20,000 FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible DOI
$20,000 $20,000 (Tech Resource, C&I) DOI
Strategy 1.1.2 Ongoing $1,897,995 $1,954,935 $2,013,583 $2,073,990 (Tech Resource, C&I) DOI
Strategy 1.1.3 Ongoing $50,000 $100,000 $140,000 $170,000 (Tech Resource, C&I, Library Media, ITS DOI
Strategy 1.1.4 Ongoing $240,000 $240,000 5 $240,000 $240,000 (Tech Resource, C&I, Staff Development, Career & Tech and Adult Education) Objective 1.2: Provide the technical and human infrastructure necessary to support real, blended, and virtual learning environments. •
Strategy 1.2.1: Provide resources and support for at least one instructional technology resource teacher (TRT) and one technology assistant (TA) per school to assist teachers in integrating technology into teaching and learning. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document TRT and TA count as a ratio to schools. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document TRT and TA teacher support as outlined in TRT Performance Standards. •
Strategy 1.2.2: Provide resources and support for appropriate number of technical support positions to ensure that technology and infrastructure is operational, secure, and properly maintained. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document support needs. o
Evaluation Strategy: Benchmark the ratio of machines to tech support per ISTE Tech Support Standards •
Strategy 1.2.3: Provide fiber and connectivity (Mbps to Gbps of Ethernet) to every school to support access to digital resources, and tools to support curriculum. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document the connectivity (bandwidth) need in elementary, middle, and high school as other goals and objectives in this technology plan are implemented. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the extent to which the required fiber and connectivity have been implemented in every school. •
Strategy 1.2.4: Facilitate the implementation of scalable wireless access to the Internet in every school so as to support a device for every student. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the implementation in every school. 6 •
Strategy 1.2.5: Rebuild and enhance support infrastructure to automate services so as to provide greater scalability and efficiency of support services. o
Objective 1.1 Evaluation Strategy: Describe infrastructure. Completion Timeline FY 12 Budget FY 13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Department(s) Budget Responsible DOI
Strategy 1.2.1 Ongoing $11,484,159 $11,634,159 $11,940,159 $12,020,159 Tech. Resource Services DOI
Strategy 1.2.2 Ongoing $3,715,751 $4,135,751 $4,555,751 $4,615,751 Strategy 1.2.3 Ongoing $1,629,596 $2,117,996 $2,973,596 $3,055,196 Strategy 1.2.4 Ongoing Strategy 1.2.5 Ongoing DOI
ITS DOI
$0 $7,260,000 $0 DOI
$56,600 $67,000 $68,000 $140,000 ITS 7 $7,057,700 ITS Instructional Technology Services (ITS) Objective 1.3: Provide high­quality professional development to help educators create, maintain, and work in a variety of learner­
centered environments. •
Strategy 1.3.1: Identify, develop, disseminate, and maintain resources to support the effective use of technology in all curricula by teachers and other staff. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe resources. o
Evaluation Strategy: Identify benchmarks for use and measure annually. •
Strategy 1.3.2: Leverage public/private/nonprofit partnerships to provide professional development focused on technology integration strategies and the development of teachers’ and administrators’ 21st century skills. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the number and types of partnerships. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the types, quantity, and quality of professional development provided by partnerships. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the extent to which these partnerships focus on technology integration and 21st century skills. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document the professional development program attendance. •
Strategy 1.3.3: Support pilot programs of the goals and objectives in this tech plan as part of plan implementation. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the number, types, locations, and scope/extent (breadth and depth) of pilot programs and how they relate to this tech plan’s implementation. o
Evaluation Strategy: Document the new and emerging technologies and strategies for technology integration in schools. 8 Objective 1.3 Completion Timeline FY 12 Budget FY 13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible DOI Strategy 1.3.1 Ongoing $0 $0 $0 $0 Staff Dev, C&I, Career & Tech and Adult Ed, Tech Resource DOI Strategy 1.3.2 Ongoing $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 Staff Dev, C&I, Career & Tech and Adult Ed, Tech Resource DOI Strategy 1.3.3 Ongoing $0 $30,000 9 $35,000 $40,000 Staff Dev, C&I, Career & Tech and Adult Ed, Tech Resource Goal 2: Engage students in meaningful curricular content through the purposeful and effective use of technology. Objective 2.1: Support innovative professional development practices that promote strategic growth for all educators and collaboration with other educators, content experts, and students. •
Strategy 2.1.1: Provide ongoing district‐wide opportunities for face‐to‐face and online courses and workshops for instructional, administrative, and classified staff. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe annually the professional development opportunities and report on participation and engagement. Strategy 2.1.2: Provide opportunities for educators to participate in professional learning communities to study and integrate digital content in the curriculum. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe annually the experience of professional learning communities and report on participation, engagement, and integration of digital content into instruction. •
Strategy 2.1.3: Provide ubiquitous (anytime, anywhere) access for teachers to digital curriculum and resources. o
Evaluation Strategy: Evaluate digital curriculum content and describe opportunities for revision and further development. 10 Objective Completion 2.1 Timeline FY 12 Budget FY13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible DOI Strategy 2.1.1 & Ongoing $583,520 $601,026 $619,057 $637,629 2.1.2 C & I, Staff Development Principals DOI Strategy 2.1.3 FY15 $100,000 $200,000 $400,000 C & I, ITS, 11 $300,000 Objective 2.2: Actualize the ability of technology to individualize learning and provide equitable opportunities for all learners. •
Strategy 2.2.1: Provide ubiquitous (anytime, anywhere) digital curriculum and resources for students, for example, elearning opportunities, and elibrary resources o
Evaluation Strategy: Identify curriculum resources. o
Evaluation Strategy: Evaluate digital curriculum and student use of opportunities for individualized student learning. •
Strategy 2.2.2: Provide interactive digital content based on universal design to support specific curricular instruction. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe the use of interactive digital content as it relates to universal design fundamentals in instruction. •
Strategy 2.2.3: Provide opportunities and resources for students to develop their six year personal learning plans to include educational opportunities beyond traditional face‐to face instruction. o
Evaluation Strategy: Review opportunities, resources and usage patterns o
Evaluation Strategy: Review representative personal learning plans to gauge success. Objective Completion FY 12 FY13 FY 14 FY 15 Department(s) 2.1 Timeline Budget Budget Budget Budget Responsible FY15 $600,000 $700,000 $800,000 $900,000 DOI Ongoing $3,000,000
$3,300,000 $3,700,000 $4,000,000 Strategy 2.2.1 Strategy 2.2.2 Strategy 2.2.3 DOI Principals DOI FY15 $30,000 $32,000 $36,000 Pupil Services 12 $34,000 Objective 2.3 Facilitate the implementation of high­quality Internet safety programs in schools. •
Strategy 2.3.1: Provide and deliver an internet safety program for all stakeholders that addresses issues of cyber bullying, social networking, and Internet predators. o
Evaluation Strategy: Develop indicators for a successful internet safety program, e.g. reduction in cyber bullying and increased knowledge of safe social networking practices. Evaluate current program against indicators and revise annually. Strategy 2.3.2: Provide an internet filter that promotes safe internet use. o
Evaluation Strategy: Develop indicators of an effective internet filter. Evaluate current filter against indicators. Upgrade internet filter as indicated. Objective Completion Deadline 2.2 FY12 Budget FY13 Budget FY14 Budget FY15 Budget Department(s) Responsible Strategy 2.3.1 Ongoing $20,000 $22,000 $24,000 $26,000 DOI Librarians TRTs Classroom teachers Guidance Strategy 2.3.2 FY13 $77,000 $85,000 $85,000 $350,000 ITS 13 Goal 3: Afford students with opportunities to apply technology effectively to gain knowledge, develop skills, and create and distribute artifacts that reflect their understandings. Objective 3.1: Provide and support professional development that increases the capacity of teachers to design and facilitate meaningful learning experiences, thereby encouraging students to create, problem solve, communicate, collaborate, and use real­
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Strategy 3.1.1 – Provide ongoing district‐wide opportunities for face‐to‐face and online courses and workshops for instructional staff through Staff Development office. o Evaluation Strategy: Describe annually the professional development opportunities and report on participation and engagement. Strategy 3.1.2 – Provide a variety of professional development opportunities to include face‐to‐face and online workshops, study groups, and conference attendance for Instructional Technology Resource Teachers (ITRT’s), Assistive Technology Teachers (AT’s), and Technology Assistants (TA’s). o Evaluation Strategy: Describe annually the professional development opportunities and report on participation and engagement. Strategy 3.1.3 – Provide professional development opportunities to include face‐to‐
face and online workshops and study groups for administrators through Loudoun VITAL in technology integration. o Evaluation Strategy: Describe annually the professional development opportunities and report on participation and engagement. Strategy 3.1.4 – Provide a variety of ongoing professional development opportunities to include face‐to‐face and online workshops, study groups, newsletters, etc. for teachers and teacher assistants at the building level through the work of the building‐assigned ITRT’s. 14 Evaluation Strategy: Describe annually the professional development opportunities and report on participation and engagement. Strategy 3.1.5 – Provide opportunities for students and teachers to engage in learning activities that allow students to connect and collaborate with others across the globe. o Evaluation: Strategy: Describe and report annually the global activities in which teachers and students engage. o
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Objective Completion 3.1 Strategy 3.1.1 Strategy 3.1.2 Strategy 3.1.3 Strategy 3.1.4 Strategy 3.1.5 Timeline FY 12 FY 13 FY 14 FY 15 Department(s) Budget Budget Budget Budget Responsible DOI Ongoing $325,2600 $341,523 Ongoing $32,700 $33,681 Staff Development $34,691 $35,732 Technology Resource DOI Ongoing $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 Ongoing $433,680 $448,690 $460,091 $473,894 Ongoing $0 $0 $0 $0 Technology Resource DOI Principals DOI ITS 15 $376,530 DOI $358,600 Objective 3.2: Ensure that students, teachers, and administrators are Information and Communication Technology (ICT) literate. •
Strategy 3.2.1 – Merge the leadership of Technology Resource Services and Library Media Services so as to evaluate job description and performance standards of school librarians and Technology Resource teachers to determine intersection of missions as relates to ICT literacy. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe job descriptions, performance standards and common missions and activities. •
Strategy 3.2.2 ‐ Provide district‐wide and school‐based professional development opportunities for teachers to continue to build ICT literacy through district staff development (face‐to‐face and online), school‐based staff development facilitated by the building ITRT and librarian, and Loudoun VITAL (Loudoun’s administrative tech leadership program). o
Evaluation: Describe annually the professional development opportunities and report on participation and engagement. •
Strategy 3.2.3 – Develop and deploy an assessment of ICT literacy of licensed staff. o
Evaluation: Describe annually the compiled assessment results and implications for PD planning changes. •
Strategy 3.2.4 – Continue to develop VISION infrastructure (to include Loudoun student email and portfolio tools) to support student‐created digital portfolios that promotes and facilitates students and teachers use of digital portfolios for the following: 1.
Storing/Publishing ‐ Student develops/publishes on web to share with varying audiences 2.
Formative Assessment: Self‐reflecting ‐ Student reflects on the work 1) as personal expression (inspiration) and 2) as a reflection of learned skills and knowledge through the lens of rubrics in order to form a learning plan. 16 3.
Formative Assessment: Critical Review – Student invites others to comment on the work and/or the student’s reflection. 4.
Summative Assessment – Teacher evaluates student work as a reflection of learned skills and knowledge through the lens of rubrics. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe annually the build out and use of the digital portfolio system and implication for digital portfolio tool design and professional development. •
Strategy 3.2.5 – Design ICT Literacy rubric for student portfolio at the end of 5th and 8th grade. o
Evaluation Strategy: Describe and publish rubric. Annually, sample student portfolios at 5th and 8th grades. Objective 3.2 Completion Timeline FY 12 Budget FY 13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible Strategy 3.2.1 Ongoing $0 $0 $0 $0 DOI Strategy 3.2.2 Ongoing $666,450 $6,806,450 $7,016,450 $7,226,450 Strategy 3.2.3 FY15 $10,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 Tech. Resource Strategy 3.2.4 FY15 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 $15,000 Tech. Resource FY15 $0 $2,000 $2,000 $2,000 Tech. Resource Strategy 3.2.5 17 Tech Resource Objective 3.3: Implement technology­based formative assessments that produce further growth in content knowledge and skills development. •
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Strategy 3.3.1 – Develop an infrastructure (through LCPS CLARITY) to support thoughtful assessment and evaluation of all students. o Evaluation Strategy: Sample CLARITY assessments and evaluations. Strategy 3.3.2 – Develop professional development program to support staff thoughtfulness and alignment of assessment practice – Refined Assessment Practice (RAP). o Evaluation Strategy: Describe Refining Assessment Practice (RAP) activities. Objective 3.3 Completion FY 12 Timeline Budget FY 13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible Strategy 3.3.1 Ongoing $0 $0 $0 $0 DOI Strategy 3.3.2 FY14 $0 $0 $0 $0 DOI 18 Goal 4: Provide students with access to authentic and appropriate tools to gain knowledge, develop skills, extend capabilities, and create and disseminate artifacts that demonstrate their understanding. Objective 4.1: Provide resources and support to ensure that every student has access to a personal computing device. •
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Strategy 4.1.1: Develop support model and implementation plan based on current best practices and standards to support a mobile device for every student. o Evaluation Strategy: LCPS mobile device implementation plan. Strategy 4.1.2: Provide or allow student access to a mobile device to support ubiquitous computing (anytime, anywhere access to digital curriculum and Web 2.0 tools). o Evaluation Strategy: LCPS mobile device implementation plan. Objective Completion FY 12 FY13 FY 14 FY 15 4.1 Timeline Budget Budget Budget Budget FY13 $35,000 $0 $0 $0 DOI Ongoing $11,496,037 $6,244,000 $18,550,000 $6,056,000 DOI Strategy 4.1.1 Strategy 4.1.2 19 Department(s) Responsible Objective 4.2: Provide technical and pedagogical support to ensure that teachers, students and support staff can use technology tools. •
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Objective 4.2 Strategy 4.2.1 Strategy 4.2.1: Continue to provide and grow technical support for technology tools. o Evaluation: Survey support of tools by end user. Strategy 4.2.2: Provide professional development and planning support for teachers in using digital curriculum and resources in LCPS CLARITY and VISION to include Web 2.0 tools. o Evaluation: Implementation of professional development plan. Completion FY 12 FY13 FY 14 FY 15 Department(s)
Timeline Budget Budget Budget Budget Responsible Ongoing $0 $0 $0 $0 DOI 20 Objective 4.3: Identify and disseminate information and resources that assist educators in selecting authentic and appropriate tools for all grade levels and curricular areas. •
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Strategy 4.3.1: Ensure that appropriate tools are selected and purchased through the LCPS 1) software review and 2) curriculum textbook adoption processes. o Evaluation Strategy: Document processes and published matrices. Strategy 4.3.2: Provide professional development for enhanced instructional strategies to teach 21st century skills at district and school level. o Evaluation Strategy: Implementation of professional development plan. Objective 4.3 Strategy 4.3.1 Strategy 4.3.2 Completion FY 12 FY13 FY 14 FY 15 Department(s)
Timeline Budget Budget Budget Budget Responsible Ongoing $450,000 $525,000 $600,000 $650,000 DOI $0 $0 $0 DOI Ongoing $0 21 Goal 5: Use technology to support an “enterprise‐wide” culture of data‐driven decision making that relies upon data to evaluate and improve teaching and learning. Objective 5.1 Use data to inform and adjust technical, pedagogical, and financial leadership and support. •
Strategy 5.1.1: Develop needs assessment for central office, schools, students and community for dissemination and utilization of data (school profile, district profile, SIP, District strategic plan). Evaluation Strategy: Measures the use of newly developed needs assessment tool. Strategy 5.1.2: Evaluate LCPS technology management structure effectiveness. o
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Evaluation Strategy: Map and access efficiencies in management structure. Strategy 5.1.3: Assess decision‐making practices related to resource supply. o Evaluation Strategy: Evidence of a documented, comprehensive decision‐
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Strategy 5.1.4: Identify costs associated technical support of applications/tools (i.e., People Support, Help Tools [Altiris, Wonderdesk]), Computer Specialists, AIT, ITS, DIT, Effectiveness, Efficiency, Resource Allocations (i.e. TRT by subject areas secondary) Evaluation Strategy: Produce cost documentation Strategy 5.1.5: Identify an efficient/effective support model for all of LCPS (i.e., ITIL o
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Evaluation Strategy: Survey end users to determine the usefulness of technical support strategies 22 •
Strategy 5.1.6: Evaluate technology expenditures related to pedagogical support o
Evaluation Strategy: Assess the use of support methodology by offices (tools, times, methodology) Evaluation Strategy: Create a cost/benefit analysis of resource allocation of technology (ROI tools –CoSN) Objective 5.1 Completion Timeline FY 12 Budget FY 13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible Strategy 5.1.1 FY12 $5,000 $0 $0 $0 DOI Strategy 5.1.2 FY14 $10,000 $150,000 $50,000 $25,000 LCPS Technology Steering Committee Strategy 5.1.3 FY13 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 LCPS Technology Steering Committee Strategy 5.1.4 FY15 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $50,000 AIT and ITS Strategy 5.1.5 FY13 $10,000 $0 $0 $0 Staff Development (ITS, TRT, AIT) Strategy 5.1.6 FY14 $10,000 $0 $0 $0 23 Business and Finance
(AIT, ITS, SIS) Objective 5.2 Provide support to help teachers disaggregate, interpret, and use data to plan, improve, and differentiate instruction. •
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Strategy 5.2.1: Create system‐wide PD on the use and interpretation of data from data systems. Integrate tools into day to day activities ƒ StarWeb (SIS Express),CLARITY, District and School Profiles ƒ School Improvement Planning Tool (SkoVision) ƒ LCPS Data Warehouse ƒ Face to face and online tools (VISION, Workshop, Self‐guided videos, self‐
help guides) ƒ Create video based instruction (tips) o Evaluation Strategy: Pre‐assessment, gap analysis, use of “data chats” and multiple PD models within schools and central offices Strategy 5.2.2: Develop and utilize protocols used to interpret and make decisions (common report formats for consistency) ƒ Turning Data Into Actionable Information ƒ Root Cause Analysis Tools ‐ 5 Whys ƒ Data Chat Protocols o Evaluation Strategy: Create criteria for usefulness of protocols and monitor implementation of protocols Strategy 5.2.3: Establish regular basis (i.e. monthly) expectations and accountability to audit/evaluate/review/modify/reallocate resources. ƒ Meet certification criteria exemplified in the Data Quality Campaign ƒ Programmatic Data – RI, PBIS, AVID, etc. ƒ Reporting Data – Discipline, Remediation, Grades, Attendance etc. o Evaluation Strategy: Documentation of action items (PDSA) reported to oversight supervisors biannually Strategy 5.2.4: Assess programs for alignment with best practices incorporating data use ( i.e., SIP, AVID, Pathways, RI, PBIS). o Evaluation Strategy: Review program evaluations for use of APQC best practices benchmarking study 24 Objective 5.2 Completion Timeline FY 12 Budget FY 13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible Strategy 5.2.1 FY13 $5,000 $0 $0 $0 DOI Strategy 5.2.2 FY14 $10,000
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$10,000 $10,000 LCPS Technology Steering Committee Strategy 5.2.3 FY14 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 SIS Office and Research Office Strategy 5.2.4 FY14 $10,000
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$20,000 $0 AIT and ITS 25 Objective 5.3 Promote the use of technology to inform the design and implementation of next generation standardized assessments. •
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Strategy 5.3.1: Review and incorporate the use of Marzano’s New Taxonomy of Objectives and P21 Framework to plan the integration and evaluation of technology throughout LCPS curricula. o Evaluation Strategy: Review content curricular documents for the use of P21 and Marzano taxonomy. Strategy: 5.3.2: Create assessment to benchmark current incorporation of objectives. o Evaluation Strategy: Publish the review. Objective Completion FY 12 5.3 Timeline Budget FY 13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s) Responsible $20,000
$20,000 DOI $0 $0 Research Office Strategy 5.3.1 FY14 $20,000 $20,000
Strategy 5.3.2 FY13 $15,000 $0 26 Objective 5.4: Promote the use of technology to streamline technology operations. •
Objective 5.4 Strategy 5.4.1 Strategy 5.4.1: Define matrix of technological skill requirements and tools by career/position. o Evaluation Strategy: Publish matrix. Completion Timeline FY 12 Budget FY13 Budget FY 14 Budget FY 15 Budget Department(s)
Responsible Ongoing $0 $0 $0 $0 DOI 27 Plan Evaluation Data collection and reporting (see evaluation strategies for each objective) will occur annually. Report will be provided by each Tech Steering committee Goal Manager to the committee. The committee will then adjust timeline and budget as appropriate for the coming school year. 28 APPENDIX
29 2011‐2016 LCPS TECHNOLOGY PLAN BUDGET Broken Out by Objective Tech Plan Strategy 1.1.1 FY12 Tech Plan Budget $20,000.00 1.1.2 $1,897,995.00 FY13 Tech Plan Budget $20,000.00 $1,954,935.00 FY14 Tech Plan Budget $20,000.00 $2,013,583.00 FY15 Tech Plan Budget $20,000.00 $2,073,990.00 Comments Cost of online course offerings Cost of online curriculum resources (e.g. brain pop, nettreker, World Book, safari montage) and software for instruction (e.g. Arc GRS, Mathematica, pixie, Microsoft Office). 1.1.3 $50,000.00 $100,000.00 $140,000.00 $170,000.00 FY13 ‐ expand e‐pals to all high school students , FY14 ‐ expand e‐palls to all middle school students FY15 ‐ expand e‐pals to all el. students 1.1.4 $240,000.00 $240,000.00 $240,000.00 $240,000.00 Tech Cohorts (Inst. Tech, Library, Online Cert.)in SD Budget $ 2,314,935.00 $2,413,583.00 Total Obj. 1.1 $2,207,995.00 $2,503,990.00 1.2.1 $11,484,159.00 $11,634,159.00 Personnel Cost contained in Tech Resource/Library Services Budgets New School TRT $11,940,159.00 $12,020,159.00 FY13 ‐ $150,000 ‐ 2 EL. FY14 ‐ $225,000 ‐ 2 EL., 1 MS. FY15 ‐ $225,000 ‐ 1 MS., 2 MS. 1.2.2 $3,715,751.00 $ 4,135,751.00 $ 4,555,751.00 1.2.3 $1,629,596.00 $2,117,996.00 $2,973,596.00 Personnel cost contained in ITS budget FY13 ‐ $420,000, 7 staff to support mobile devices for teaches. $ 4,615,751.00 FY14 ‐ $240,000 ‐ 4 staff to support mobile devices at HS & MS. FY 15 ‐ $60,000 ‐ 1 staff to support mobile devices at EL. FY13 ‐ increase bandwidth to 1GB at high school level and 100 mbs at the middle school level FY 14 increase $3,055,196.00 bandwidth to 100 mb at El. school level to corresponding to providing mobile devices to all students and staff FY15 ‐ increase bandwidth to new schools 5 1.2.4 $0 $7,260,000.00 1.2.5 Total Obj. 1.2 $56,600.00 $67,000.00 $16,886,106.00 $25,214,906.00 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 Total Obj. 1.3 $7,057,700.00 $68,000.00 $0 FY13 ‐ build out WAN at all hi. & mid. schools in preparation for providing mobile devices to students at that level to provide access FY14 ‐ build out WAN to all el. Schools. $140,000.00 Network infrastructure support $26,595,206.00 $19,831,106.00 $0 $20,000.00 $0 $0 $20,000.00 $30,000.00 $0 $20,000.00 $35,000.00 $0 $20,000.00 $40,000.00 $20,000.00 $50,000.00 $55,000.00 $60,000.00 PD Funding contained in budget for TRT 1.2.1 e.g. North Tier, COSN, Learning Forward, ISTE Digital content pilot 2.1.1 & 2.1.2 2.1.3 Total Obj. 2.1 $583,520.00 $601,026.00 $619,057.00 $637,629.00 SD budget devoted to technology, VITAL, $100,000.00 $200,000.00 $300,000.00 $400,000.00 $583,520.00 $601,026.00 $619,057.00 $637,629.00 DOI Develop and revise digital content 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 Total Obj. 2.2 $600,000.00 $3,000,000.00 $30,000.00 $700,000.00 $3,300,000.00 $32,000.00 $800,000.00 $3,700,000.00 $34,000.00 $900,000.00 $4,000,000.00 $36,000.00 $3,030,000.00 $3,332,000.00 $3,734,000.00 $4,036,000.00 2.3.1 $20,000.00 $22,000.00 $24,000.00 $26,000.00 2.3.2 $77,000.00 $85,000.00 $85,000.00 $350,000.00 Total Obj. 2.2 $97,000.00 $107,000.00 $109,000.00 $376,000.00 3.1.1 3.1.2 $325,260.00 $32,700.00 $341,523.00 $33,681.00 $358,600.00 $34,691.00 $376,530.00 $35,732.00 2 Purchase of digital content and e‐books Digital content textbook funds Naviance Annual Funding to revise internet safety program FY 13‐14 ‐ maintenance cost, FY 15 ‐ purchase of new internet filter (current filter 8 yr. old, upgrade will be needed) funding for tech contained in SD Budget Tech Resource & library PD budgets 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 Total Obj. 3.1 $10,000.00 $433,680.00 $0 $10,000.00 $448,690.00 $0 $10,000.00 $460,091.00 $0 $10,000.00 $473,894.00 $0 $476,380.00 $833,894.00 $ 04,782.00 $519,626.00 3.2.1 $0 $0 $0 $0 3.2.2 $6,666,450.00 $6,806,450.00 $7,016,450.00 $7,226,450.00 3.2.3 $10,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 3.2.4 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 $15,000.00 3.2.5 $0 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $2,000.00 $6,838,450.00 $7,048,450.00 $7,258,450.00 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Total Obj. $6,691,450.00 3.2 3.3.1 $0 3.3.2 $0 Total Obj. $0 3.3 4.1.1 $35,000.00 $0 $0 $0 4.1.2 $11,496,037.00 $6,244,000.00 $18,550,000.00 $6,056,000.00 Total Obj. $11,531,037.00 4.1 $6,244,000.00 $18,550,000.00 $6,056,000.00 Vital Staff Development allotments to schools e‐pals and Live at EDU budgeted through VISION No cost merger completed in FY12 Salaries of Library/media Specialists. Funding contained Cost to develop ICT Literacy assessment Develop portfolio system (Mahara Pilot) for student ICT Literacy Cost to design rubrics and Pull data Cost to develop assessment budgeted in C & I Personnel Funding budgeted in SD and School SD allotment Research and purchase devices to test FY13 ‐ Mobile devices 5,500 instructional staff and refresh for 31 el. K‐3 FY 14 ‐ Mobile 19,306 HS students and 16,109 MS students (35,500 students) and refresh in K‐3 el. Schools. FY15 ‐ Mobile devices 11,900 grade 4‐5 students 4.2.1 $0 $0 $0 $0 Total Obj. $0 4.2 $0 $0 $0 3 Funding to support staff PD in CLARITY contained in funding for TRT and SD Budget 4.3.1 4.3.2 Total Obj. 4.2 5.1.1 5.1.2 5.1.3 5.1.4 5.1.5 5.1.6 Total Obj. 5.3 $450,000.00 $0 $525,000.00 $0 $600,000.00 $0 $650,000.00 $0 $450,000.00 $525,000.00 $600,000.00 $650,000.00 $5,000.00 $10,000.00 $50,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $10,000.00 $0 $150,000.00 $50,000.00 $15,000.00 $0 $0 $0 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $20,000.00 $0 $0 $0 $25,000.00 $50,000.00 $50,000.00 $0 $0 $95,000.00 $215,000.00 $220,000.00 $250,000.00 5.2.1 5.2.2 5.2.3 5.2.4 Total Obj. 5.2 $ 5,000.00 $10,000.00 $1,000.00 $10,000.00 $0 $10,000.00 $1,000.00 $15,000.00 $0 $10,000.00 $1,000.00 $20,000.00 $0 $10,000.00 $1,000.00 $0 $26,000.00 $26,000.00 $31,000.00 $11,000.00 5.3.1 5.3.2 Total Obj. 5.3 $20,000.00 $15,000.00 $20,000.00 $0 $20,000.00 $0 $20,000.00 $0 $35,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 $20,000.00 5.4.1 Grand Total $0 $0 $0 $0 $42,129,488.00 $46,322,211.00 $60,500,078.00 $42,209,801.00 4 Annual cost of CLARITY Funding source contained in 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.13, 3.1.4, Consultant Fees 

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