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Summit International Preparatory Technology Action Plan:

Summit International Preparatory Technology Action Plan Created by: Tim Sudovsky EDLD 5352 3/18/11

Summit International Prep. Technology Organizational Chart:

Summit International Prep. Technology Organizational Chart

Roles & Responsibilities:

Roles & Responsibilities CEO (Yasmin Bhatia) As CEO, Mrs. Bhatia is charged with maintain all business aspects of the organization as it pertains to budgeting and aligning the business with educational standards. Currently her role has expanded to include Chief of Schools as well which is creates the added responsibility of all academic decisions. Chief Technology Officer (Michael Bauer) Has the responsibility of using technology and technological processes to support the goals of the district improvement plan. The Chief Technology Officer, also called the CTO, has the responsibility for maintaining the integrity and safety of all technology used within the district. He serves under the direction of the CEO and works alongside the Director of Academics in an effort to promote technology in the classroom. Lastly, he is ultimately responsible for recommending district and department technology decisions and overall direction working closely with the CEO and Founder . IT Director (Adam Armstrong ) His responsibility is surrounded around the safety and maintenance of all networking amongst all campuses. This includes providing permissions and special permissions for certain staff that enables access to different technology . Director of Academics (Debra Curry) Works in conjunction with CTO to disseminate, where appropriate, technology to the academic world of each school. Mrs. Curry is also in charge of all professional development and training for staff with regards to technology and best practices with technology.

Roles & Responsibilities Cont.:

Roles & Responsibilities Cont. Senior Director (Priscilla Parhms) Senior Directors all possess the same responsibility across the district and function as super intendant for their respective campuses. Therefore she is responsible for hiring school directors (principals) and all staff that is associated with running a district including maintenance staff, as well as teachers. Lastly, she is responsible for the effective operation of the District; for the general administration of all instructional, business or other operations of the District and reporting such things to the CEO. Karen Evans (Secondary School Director) Her responsibility is for the overall operation of the Secondary school, namely middle and high school years as well as other roles that may delineated by the Senior Director. She is the instructional leader for the secondary campus as well as the main point of contact for parents, teachers, and students . Alvin Collins (Director of Operations) As Director of Operations, Mr. Collins is responsible for the business side of all happenings on campus. These roles include but are not limited to the maintenance of all on campus technological infrastructure, campus maintenance, coordinating of substitutes and normal day-to-day business operations. Steve Miller (Tech Apps Teacher) He is responsible for creating and facilitating a technology curriculum for grades 8 through 12. The courses must include integration of technology at varying levels of understanding and difficulty.

Summit’s Campus Goal:

Summit’s Campus Goal GWC’s Campus Goal: to empower students to achieve college matriculation, responsible citizenship and world readiness.

Campus Objectives:

Campus Objectives Nurturing strong relationships between teachers, students and parents while maintaining the highest expectations. Providing a curriculum with the highest academics that will truly prepare students for college. Meeting all students’ needs by evaluating, reflecting and implementing customized instruction. Fostering a professional learning environment where teachers and students are given time and tools to reflect and achieve academic and professional growth. Implementing an extended school day, mandatory summer session and select Saturdays. Measuring the quality of instruction and implementing best practices to ensure all students exceed state and national standards.

Summit’s Technology Action Plan:

Summit’s Technology Action Plan # Strategies/Initiatives Start Date Finish Date Person Responsible Target Student Population / Number Served Resources Required ($Amounts /Source of Funding) Measurable Indicators of Success Status 1 That all core teachers have access to Smartboard tech- nology in their personal classrooms Aug 2009 June 2013 Senior Director & Operations Manager K-12 (1300 students) Campus Budget $10,000/ Title 1 & Grant Money - Trainings Scheduled - Walk-throughs for proficient use Ongoing 50% complete 2 Have at least one person on each team that is trained and versed in technology to assist administration in carrying out goals Aug 2010 June 2012 Administration, Operations Manager, Department Heads K-12 (1300 students) $2000 ($500/ leader) Campus Funds Trainings scheduled and attended Usage of technology increasing Ongoing 25% complete 3 Demonstrate use in classroom. * Smart tech * Study Island * Power Point * Revolution Prep * LoTi Aug 2011 June 2012 SBDM Committee will monitor this progress K-12 (1300 students) $300 Campus Funds Lesson Plans Walk- throughs Teachers and students using technology in the classroom. Ongoing

Evaluation and Assessments:

Evaluation and Assessments Classroom Assignments Classroom Projects & Benchmark Tests AEIS and AYP Benchmark and TAKS data STAR Chart / Loti Scores and development

Summary of Action Plan:

Summary of Action Plan Technology, namely its usage and delivery, are major tenets that are not only necessary in the 21 st century but are a means of communication, expression and ultimately a staple in our society. Furthermore, as indicated by the many articles read throughout this course, technology is the vehicle with which education will be using to travel into the minds of our youth. Moreover, according to the state of Texas’s long range plan as well as President Obama’s trending is that all involved in the field of education should take part in or at least strive to do the following for the betterment of the learning of our students: Establish and articulate a vision for incorporation of technology into learning, teaching, and administrative processes Assemble a team representing all stakeholders Review technology requirements from all levels Assess the current technology health of the campus Develop goals, objectives, and strategies to address needs Incorporate goals into budgeting process Monitor and evaluate technology implementation Assess the use for all students, educators and administrators The Action Plan that I have created does address all of these elements.

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