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TECHNOLOGY PLAN TEMPLATE

North American University


Education Department
M.Ed. in Educational Leadership & M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
EDUC 5324: INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY INTO EDUCATION
Name: Serkan Demirel

Date: 7/19/15

This template is adapted from


http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/et/rs/documents/et14techplan.doc

INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND
The plan should guide the LEAs use of education technology for the next
three years.
List specific start and end dates (7/1/xx to 6/30/xx). Provide a brief overview of
the LEA, its location and demographics and/or share a link to the LEAs website.
Start and end dates: 07/16/2015 to 07/16/2018
LEA Title: Lisa Academy West
City, State Zip: Little Rock, AR 72223
Phone: (501) 227-4942
Number of Students: 800
Percent of Economically Disadvantaged Student: 45%
Website of the LEA: www.lisawest.org
Describe how a variety of stakeholders from within the LEA and the communityat-large participated in the planning process.
List of stakeholders within LEA: The Principal: Ilker Fidan
Assistant Principal: Dr. Kevin Durand
IT Manager: Murat Gulberdiyev
Teacher: Ms. Harpoll
Community stakeholders: Parents, team leads, teachers, department heads,
coaches
Summarize the relevant research and describe how it supports the plan's
curricular and professional development goals.

Summarize the plans major curricular and professional development outcomes


that are supported by research.
Describe and cite the relevant research that supports the plans outcomes.
Describe the connection between the research and the plans goals.
Describe information gathered from site visits, including best practices.
Answer 3
As stated in Lisa Academy student and staff handbooks school mission is to
prepare the students for higher learning in a safe, caring , and collaborative
atmosphere through a quality learner-centered educational program with a strong
emphasis on Math, Science, Engineering, and Technology.
Expanding the use of School technology by all students and staff towards
online instruction in all grades and curricular areas. To use cloud for
communication and collaboration by all. Teaching all students to be informed of
the latest ethical and legal behavior issues related to technology.
Technology is ubiquitous, touching almost every part of our lives, our
communities, our homes. Properly used, technology will help students acquire
the skills they need to survive in a complex, highly technological knowledgebased economy. (Why Integrate Technology into the Curriculum?: The Reasons
Are Many. (n.d.). Retrieved July 12, 2015.)
CURRICULUM COMPONENT CRITERIA.
The Plan must establish clear goals and realistic strategy for using
telecommunications and information technology to improve education
services.
(Answer at least 2 questions for each subsection below)
Describe teachers' current access to instructional technology and current use of
digital tools.
Every single teacher have own laptop, database user and passwords to access
the school data, Windows 7, Projectors, 2 main teachers launches printers, some
of them has smart board, classroom set clickers, after school available computer
lab with 29 computers, Chromebook set for all departments, classroom phones,
document cameras. Administrators, front office and teachers have computer
that is connected to the school active directory server, and multi-tasking server.

Describe students' current access to instructional technology and current use of


digital tools. Include a description about the LEA policy, practices, and/or
replacement policy that ensures equitable technology access for all students.
1. Is technology currently available to all students? Yes, each classroom has a
class set of student chrome book in the cart so useful and portable for each
classroom with chargers for 28 students. They have projectors, some of them
has document cameras, clickers, in their classroom and one computer lab. In
summary, students benefit from everything that is offered for teachers.
2. What replacement cycle has been built into the plan; and what funding is
needed to support the replacement policy
When a student chrome book is damaged and needs to be repaired or replaced
but it should be covered in the policy otherwise students or teachers are
responsible to made cost. If we run out of spare devices to loan out, we hold off
on shipping a damaged device to the insurance if it is still in usable condition,
minor replacement just until a loaned device comes back.
Describe goals and an implementation plan, with annual activities, for using
technology to improve teaching and learning. Describe how these goals align to
the LEA's curricular goals that are supported by other plans. Describe how the
LEA's budget (LCAP) supports these goals, and whether future funding
proposals or partnerships may be needed for successful implementation.
All labs and technological tools are provided to realize this for all students. Dual
credits and online AP-Classes, Bridge to 4 year programs, Naviance accounts for
college prep created for all high scholars and synchronized with Lisa database.
Question & Answer 2
Lisa campus is in partnership with UALR and UCA. Those also providing free
online resources and academic partnership
Describe goals and an implementation plan, with annual activities, to address
Internet Safety and the appropriate and ethical use of technology in the
classroom.
LISA created a frame for literacy skills regarding core courses lab classes. PLTW
and engineering classes are offered.
Based on end of year surveys, the vital need for professional development based
on technology is to train them on how to use online curriculum and online helpful
researches for each subject.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMPONENT


The Plan must have a professional development strategy to ensure that
staff understands how to use these new technologies to improve education
services
(Answer at least 2 questions for each subsection below)

Summary of the teachers' and administrators' current technology proficiency and


integration skills and needs for professional development.
Are administrators able to support teachers with the integration of technology into
daily curriculum?
This is the technology age where 21st century skills are implemented by many
school districts so Lisa Academy support teachers in any possible way They are
supported by the grants provided the government.
What do teachers and administrators consider as their needs for professional
development? Based on your department and successions from end of year
surveys given, it is stated that the biggest need for professional development
based on technology is to train them on how to use school database, online
curriculums, and online helpful researches for each subjects such as Science,
Math, Technology and English too. Software trainings mandated by central office,
district level instructors, coaches and department chairs.

Describe goals and an implementation plan, with annual activities, for providing
professional development opportunities based on your LEA needs assessment
data and the Curriculum Component of the plan.
What are the LEAs curriculum goals and plans for assisting students to meet
technology literacy and information skills?
Each grade level has its own list of skills to be covered. Base on the campus they
have STEM relate electives and competitions that related to technology. The
ultimate goal is to have all student technology literate and equipped with
necessary skills for future life.
2. What LEA adopted curriculum supports the acquisition of technology and
information literacy skills? Lisa Academy provides Aleks.com as the part of the
curriculum as suggested by the central office.
INFRASTRUCTURE, HARDWARE, TECHNICAL SUPPORT, SOFTWARE, AND
ASSET MANAGEMENT COMPONENT CRITERIA
The Plan must include an assessment of the telecommunication services,
hardware, software, asset management, and other services that will be
needed to improve education services.

(Answer at least 2 questions for each subsection below)


Describe the existing hardware, Internet access, electronic learning resources,
technical support, and asset management already in the LEA that will be used to
support the Curriculum and Professional Development Components of the plan.
1-What technologies are available to facilitate home/school communication such
as email, web pages, and voice mail?
School Site
Database log in feature for students and parents,
Daily news
School newspapers
Calendar
Activities
Teacher emails
School contact information
Activities
School reach
Voice and text notifications to the parents
2- Is the current Internet service provider /Wide Area Network Connection speeds
able to meet the LEAs needs?
Yes, indeed.

Describe the technology hardware, electronic learning resources, networking and


telecommunications infrastructure, physical plant modifications, technical
support, and asset management needed by the LEA's teachers, students, and
administrators to support the activities in the Curriculum and Professional
Development components of the plan.
How will teachers and administrators be trained and provided ongoing support in
the effective integration of technology into curriculum?
Retention rate is not high as its supposed to. We make the training process pack
and intense. Other side of former educators, such as teachers and administrators
will be trained during professional development hours district base meeting for
the newly implemented software and for the new devices purchased to enhance
student learning.
What professional learning will be available so teachers and administrators can
make informed decisions using data to meet individual student academic needs?
LISA and the other schools in the district have data analysts to collect data and
analyze the data for student achievement. So they supposed to visit and share
their data, information with teachers. They visit schools and give report to both
teachers and administrators and suggest action plans.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION COMPONENT


The plan must include an evaluation process that enables the school to
monitor progress toward the specific goals and make mid-course
corrections in response to new developments and opportunities as they
arise.
(Answer at least 2 questions for each subsection below)
Describe the process for evaluating the plan's overall progress and impact on
teaching and learning.
1-What indicators of success will be used to evaluate whether implementation of
the plan has made a positive impact on student achievement?
STAAR results, NWEA Map scores, STAAR Mock tests and benchmark tests are
used to evaluate students progress.

2- How will the LEA know whether implementation of this plan has made a
positive impact on teaching and learning?

The district data analyst prepares comparison charts and graphics to show the
success level and students progress.

Describe the schedule for evaluating the effect of plan implementation, including
a description of the process and frequency of communicating evaluation results
to tech plan stakeholders.
1 How often will data be collected and summarized? Who is responsible?
At LISA Academy, department heads coaches work collaboratively to collect data
and analyze it. Once in every quarter a report was created and sent home and
quarterly data is checked and published for parents by instructional
2 How often will the status of plan implementation be reported to the LEA
superintendent? To the local governing board? To other stakeholders?
The cluster technology plan committee will meet twice in a semester to analyze
data and make a plan accordingly. During these meetings, campuss technology
plan is brought to life.