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Educational Technology

Technology Planning for Digital Learning

APPENDIX D

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Technology Plan Template

IMPLEMENTATION PLANNING – SCHOOL-BASED TABLE

School /Charter School/Renaissance School (SCHOOL NAME):

NJTRAx PARCC Readiness Rating:                           NJTRAx Digital Learning Readiness Rating:
Goal 1:   [Insert goal here.]
Strategy:                                                                  Indicator(s):
Objective:


Projects/Activities (include the steps required to ensure activity completion)

Person responsible for completion of activity and those responsible for reviewing or approving the activity to move forward

Timeline
(mm/yr span)

Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goal 2: [Insert goal here.]
Strategy:                                                                  Indicator(s):
Objective:


Projects/Activities (include the steps required to ensure activity completion)

Person responsible for completion of activity and those responsible for reviewing or approving the activity to move forward

Timeline
(mm/yr span)

Resources

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Professional Learning

 

Goal
No.

Initial Activities

Follow-up Activities (as appropriate)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Budget

 

Goal
No.

Activity

Funding Source (Federal/State/Private/

Amount

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPENDIX E

Technology Plan Template

GRAPHIC

School /Charter School/Renaissance School (SCHOOL NAME):
NJTRAx PARCC Technology Readiness Rating: NJTRAx Digital Learning Rating:

District Vision

APPENDIX F

Technology Plan Template

NARRATIVE

School /Charter School/Renaissance School (SCHOOL NAME):
NJTRAx PARCC Technology Readiness Rating: NJTRAx Digital Learning Readiness Rating:

Goal and Identified Need Strategy to address Need Activity/Task/Tactic
(Professional learning, resources, persons responsible to ensure completion.  Identify timeline to revise and adjust plan)
Evaluation/
Indicators
Budget Amount/Source
Example:  NJ Core Curriculum Math Standards, middle school implementation to increase academic achievement for all subgroups Example: Course called "Math Pedagogy made Simple" is available by district teacher trainers who present content while modeling the use of technology in the classroom.  Focus on research for deeper learning from grade 4 through grade 7.  (NRC 2012, p. 4) Example: Grade level team allowed release time to develop next steps by principal-9-2016 through 6-2019:
Wiki participation required by attendees within the week after PD to reflect and work on infusing what was learned signed off by principal
Co-teaching begins 9-2016 within targeted grade level classrooms (grades 4 through 7) for added support to students as facilitated by curriculum director.
PARCC online assessment comparison scores; teacher in class assessment analysis; student mid-year self-assessment $9,999  Federal-Title XX

 

 

$9,999     State funding