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Evaluation BorgJ

Evaluation BorgJ

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School Pseudonym: Sunnydale High SchoolDemographics: The school currently has an enrollment of 1,320 students with 95 facultymembers.Name/Group: Jenni Borg; Group B
Administrative:
Policy-Behavioral (Integrated). I chose integrated because my school uses technology appropriately inmany parts of the school. For example, we have computer use agreements for students in order touse a machine.Resource/Infrastructure (Intelligent). As I have stated above my school uses a computer useagreement and students and parents have to sign it in order to have permission to log onto acomputer at school. The agreement outlines what is expected and what is deemed inappropriateinternet/computer use.Planning-Behavioral (Islands). Formal planning takes place, but is isolated to specific projects with someconnection to other planning efforts. This statement is what my school consists of. We do a lot of planning, but it only focuses on a few projects. For example, the school was considering buyingmath teachers soft
ware for their classes. It didn’t end up happening because everyone was too
focused on that project, and other, more expensive projects came up.Resource/Infrastructure (Islands). This goes hand-in-hand with the above. Too much focus oncost and getting the resources and not enough time spent on what teacher and students will DOwith the equipment and how it will help students.Budget-Behavioral (Islands). I think that it is hard sometimes for schools to set a specific budget becausethings come up through the school year and some projects may need to be put on hold. I do feellike my school does a good job here; sometimes circumstances change planning.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). My school does set aside a budget for technology, but I choseislands because other budgets will never be looked at for technology. That is why some projectsare put on hold.Administrative Information-Behavioral (Integrated). Administrative systems are utilized by most of the staff members; somepaperless systems are in place. Most of the staff tries to utilize the technology available, butsome members still have a hard time with it.
 
Resources/Infrastructure (Integrated). Administrative systems are available to most of the staff,and as I mentioned most try to utilize it.
Curricular:
Electronic Information-Behavioral (Islands). At my school students watch old TVs monitors in the morning for the
morning news. The students put on the broadcast, but it’s hard to even see because the TVs are
so old.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). Resources are beyond basic but lack depth. This is my school.You can see that from what I explained above.Assessment-Behavioral (Islands). Most of the time the only technology used for assessment is when the endof year assessments take place. I know that other teachers use the computers for research papers,etc.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). Traditional assessment measures are utilized in my school. AsI explained, the end of year assessments are taken on computers.Curriculum Integration-
 
Behavioral (Islands).
This is based on the teacher. That is why I put it under Islands because I’m
not sure what every teacher uses. I know that must teachers are somewhat dependent ontechnology for curriculum.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). Technology related resources are available for somecurricular areas. My school offers DVDs, TV/VCRs, etc. for instructional uses.Teacher Use-Behavioral (Islands). Regular use by teachers but not integrated daily. Most of the teacher usetechnology but
it’s not a part of everyday learning. Usually technology is used during a special
project.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). Some teachers have access to technology in their work area.This is true of my school. For example, I teach Journalism and I have access to computers for thenewspaper creation.Student Use-
 
Behavioral (Islands). Students have access to technology but are limited. Students can onlyaccess the technology the school offers when the school offers it to them in certain classes.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). Some students have consistent and regular access totechnology. For example my Journalism students have access to computers every day.
 
Support:
Stakeholder Involvement-Behavioral (Islands). Many of the groups are aware of the planning and implementationprocedure, but few are engaged in the process. In my school many people are aware of whatplanning is taking place, but are too busy to engage in the process. Which is understandable froma busy teachers point of view.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). Many groups are represented in the planning process. This isvery true in my school. Usually one person will represent the teacher, etc.Administrative Support-
 
Behavioral (Islands). The administration at my school tends to have their involvement be at adistance. Again, it has to be a priority to be discussed at length.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). There are little formal times for planning and implementationat my school. This stage would only happen if it was a priority as discussed above.Training-
 
Behavioral (Islands). Staff members participate in technology training at my school because it isa requirement.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). But, the training is provided
 by limited personnel. Usually it’s
the same company giving a presentation, and they usually want to school to buy something.Technical & Infrastructure Support-
 
Behavioral (Islands). Many staff utilizes formal and informal support. Teachers like tocollaborate on projects in my school so they come together on a project.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). Limited formal technical assistance. Again, teachers in myschool work together, especially if one needs help on a technical issue another teacher with someexperience will help.
Connectivity:
Local Area Networking-Behavioral (Islands). Staff and students use available networks often. This is true in my school,but the use is unsophisticated and limited because students only use networks for basic use. Forexample I have never seen students or staff use the networks available to the fullest capacity.Resources/Infrastructure (Islands). High-speed networking is limited to certain computer labs atmy schoolDistrict Area Networking-
 

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