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|This CAASPP Technology Resources Web Site is designed to build upon and expand on resources provided by the California Department of Education and the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) and provide a more targeted approach for different types of users. The key focus is on finding reviewed resources that support LEA technology readiness in preparation for computer adaptive testing in California and beyond.|
|The May 2007 issue of the BLE Group SuperTECH News focuses on Data Management and Analysis tools. The newsletter defines three levels of data solutions and analysis sophistication with a summary of current trends. The products and solutions review covers: Excelsior Software, 3H Technology, Edusoft, Achieve! Data Solutions, Cal Data, EDmin.com, SchoolNet, Oracle, Cognos, eScholar, TetraData, and SAS Institute. A profile of Lake Washington School District highlights the hard work required to get good, clean data into the system and the readiness of teachers and administrators. Excellent item for your data-driven decision making reading list!|
|This site is part of assess4ed.net, an online community of practice created by SETDA to help states and districts prepare for online assessments. Whether your school or districts preparing for PARCC or Smarter Balanced assessments, this site provides case studies, expertise in infrastructure, determining needs, communicating to stakeholders and much more!|
|If you think one-to-one is the way to go, check out this collection of resources provided by Intel Corporation in association with Technology & Learning magazine. You'll find tools, models, and advice for your technology planning process. Though focused on one-to-one computing programs, the concepts are equally adaptable to most any implementation of new technology, especially in terms of building the foundation for transformation and systemic change.|
|This resource, a supplement to CoSN's Leadership for Mobile Learning initiative, provides school leaders with best practices, implementations, reserach, resources, and more all relating to mobile learning.|
|MOUSE Squad of California (MSCA) Student Tech provides youth access to technology education and training necessary to be successful in today's information society while assisting schools to realize a vision for 21st century teaching and learning. MSCA Student Tech enables students to learn information technology (IT), customer service, communication and leadership skills while providing a service to their schools. A student-run IT support help desk is set up where students put into practice what they have learned. It can be an after-school program or an in-school elective.|
|The Smarter Balanced Technology Strategy Framework and System Requirements Specifications provide minimum hardware specifications and basic bandwidth calculations that will allow schools and districts to evaluate which of their existing computers will support the administration of the assessment system in the 2014-15 school year that will evaluate students' mastery on the Common Core State Standards.|
|In his first-hand account, Tim Landeck, Technology Director and TICAL cadre member shares his positive and negative experiences with e-rate auditors and provides some expert advice to those who may want to prepare for the audit.|
|Fort Smith Public Schools in Fort Smith, AR, implemented a 1:1 program with netbooks in several junior high and high school classrooms to create a more student-centered and project-based focus. Spearheaded by the district’s Professional Development Center, emphasis was first placed on changing the pedagogical paradigm. In this first of two part TICALevision episode, professional development director, Dr. Kathleen Cates, discusses the intensive professional development program, teachers share how the netbooks (mini laptops) encourage student engagement, and you will see students learning at their own pace.|
|In this TICALevision epipsode final part of two, Fort Smith Public School's stakeholders share how a 1:1 (one to one) program has impacted hundreds of students and teachers in the district and some of the lessons learned along the journey. Professional development director Dr. Kathleen Cates shares costs and funding specifics about the initiative. Also, a principal, teachers, and students share how the program has motivated them to achieve greatness.|