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  1. 2007-2008 Technology Survey Data From the schools of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Principals’ Meeting, March 12, 2008 (Click down arrow on computer to fwd) 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  2. Principals Wear Many Hats… 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  3. Add to that a “technology wizard” hat! 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  4. One hundred twenty schools responded to the 2007-2008 technology survey! Thank You ! 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  5. Inactive 9% Very Active 42% Seldom Meet 49% 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  6. 88% of schools have an updated Technology Plan on file with the CSO. [Please submit updates, if due, by mid-June, 2008.] Tech Plan Guidelines 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  7. SCHOOLS RATED THEIR TECHNOLOGY INFRASTRUCTURE Excellent: 46%; Satisfactory: 43%; “OK”: 9%; Deficient: 2% Great infrastructure improvements in the last 3 years: 48% 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  8. The “Magic Number” for 2010! Aiming for 100 % ! 2010 The principal has a definite strategy in place forstaff professional development for technology, and for tech incorporation into the curriculum. 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  9. Administrative software in place / Student Management System: 77% 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  10. Technology Funding 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  11. Technology Budget per Year (46) Number of Schools (26) (8) (9) (7) (1) Zero $ Less Than $10,000 $10,000– $50,000 $50,000– $100,000 $100,000– $250,000 $100,000– $250,000 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  12. E-Rate ! • 101 schools file for E-Rate*. • 58 Schools contract with SMS to file E-Rate. Jackie Spencer, Account ManagerStrategic Management Solutionshttp://www.smserate.com/ * 11 schools indicated they do not participate because the reimbursement is too small for the time invested in the filing process. 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  13. INTERNET 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  14. INTERNET • Internet connectivity is provided by an ITC* in 108 schools. *(HCCA, MDECA, SWOCA, WOCO, NOACSC, MVECA, SCOCA) • (In 2006 that number was 96.) 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  15. InternetFiltering in Place Firewall in Place Needed Needed In place 95% In place 91% (Filtering through an ITC: 87%) 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  16. Internet Safety Curriculum Now in Place i-SAFE already Implemented (60 schools) Still needed In half the schools • Note: E-Rate funding in the future may require students to be trained in Internet Safety. 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  17. Communications 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  18. Communications • All administrators & teachers have voice mail in 62% of the schools. • Schools use internal email: 57% • Half of the schools’ classrooms have phones or cell phones. • IP Telephony in place in 11 schools (9%); up from 6 schools in 2006. • Homework Hotline/phone: 10% • Online Calendar: 52% • Learning Management system in place provides grades/calendar online (Edline/Blackboard or other) 43% 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  19. E-Mail ! • E-Mailisprovided through the Internet Service Provider: 64% • Only 44% of schools currently store E-mail; 89% have no future plans for E-Mail storage. • Students have unrestricted E-Mailaccounts: 4%. One school allows instant messenger. 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  20. Student E-mail Accounts for Educational Purposes Not Permitted 85% Permitted 15% 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  21. E-Mail Correspondence from school to parents. Parents May Contact School by E-Mail No 1% No 28% Yes 72% Yes 99% 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  22. WebPages ! • Teachers have Web pages in 86 schools. • The entire staff have Web pages in 43 schools. • Teacher Web pages are required in 49 schools. • Administrators maintain Web page in 49 schools. • Related information: 21 schools have a mandatory online teaching component (may involve the teachers’ Web pages). 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  23. Grades and Report Cards 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  24. Grades and Report Cards • 50% of schools have grades online for parents to view – (59 schools); increased from 34 schools in 2006. • Learning Management System (Edline, Blackboard or other): 51 schools. Online grades (Not yet) 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  25. On-Line Grades (59) Number of schools (34) (22) Data unknown 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  26. Grades and Report Cards Report card is not computerized 23% Vendor-Created Computerized report card 56% In-house-created computerized report card 23% 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  27. Teacher level of Satisfaction with computerized report card: • 36% high • 63% “depends on the teacher” • 1% low 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  28. Library/Media 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  29. Library/Media • Automated Library System: 90 schools; (2006, 88 schools.) • Media Literacy Instructional Program: No: 90% • Library Media Specialist: 34 schools; (formerly 41) " What a school thinks about its library is a measure of what it thinks about education."- Harold Howe, U.S. Commissioner of Education 1965-1968 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  30. Library Media Specialists Number of schools (41) (34) 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  31. Library / Media Center Personnel Unpaid Volunteer Library Staff (61 schools) Paid Volunteer Library Staff (32 schools) Paid Teacher/Administrator (not a certified LMS) (49 schools) [Some schools have personnel in more than one category] (34 schools) Paid Certified Library Media Specialist 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  32. Indicators of Change in Instructional Delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  33. Classroom teachers are required to assist the computer teacher to plan tech integration into the curriculum: 66 schools (60%) Classroom teachers are required to be present in the computer lab to assist the computer teacher: 61 schools ( 57%) Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  34. Computers • Total number of computers in use, in the schools which reported (100 schools’ data): 15,997+ computers. • The greatest number in any one school: 1080 The fewest in any school: 22, in two schools. • An estimated total number of computers in AoC schools, • including non-responding schools: approximately 19,000 Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  35. Technology Coordinators • Full time tech coordinator: 105 schools; • Paid position in 99 schools. • Tech Coordinator / Computer teacher are a dual role: 64 schools • IT specialists on staff strictly as tech support: 29 schools Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  36. Interactive Whiteboards (936) . (454) 0 Data Unknown 2006 2008 44% of schools indicate that chalkboards are being replaced with whiteboards. Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  37. LCD Projectors (1684) (907) 2008 1995 2006 Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  38. LAPTOPS ! 61 Schools provide laptops for students to use. Brands named: (Some schools use more than one brand.) Dell (21 schools) Custom (2); HP (17) Hybrid (2); IBM/Lenovo (11) Unknown brand (1) Vartek (9) Tablet PCs: 17 schools Mac (4) Gateway (4) The greatest number of laptops provided Acer (2); in a school is 300. The fewest is 1 or 2. Toshiba( 2)Common ranges: 5, 30, 70, 145, 180. 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  39. One:One Laptop Programs (One laptop per student) • 4 schools currently have this in place. • 7 more are planning 1:1 in the next 3 years. 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  40. 13 Schools allow students to bring their own laptops to use at school • 10 schools allow students to access the school’s network Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  41. 66 schools allow teachers to use their own laptops or desktop computers at school. • 49 schools allow teachers’ personal computers to access the school network Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  42. 21 schools have a mandatory online teaching component. 70 schools have assignments on line. Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  43. WIRELESS NOTES • 2006: Wireless Wings or buildings:59 schools • 2008: Wireless Wings or buildings: 72 schools • 2006: Schools with wireless carts -- 50 schools / 82carts • 2008: Schools with wireless carts -- 57schools / 138 carts • The greatest number of carts in one school in 2008: 15 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  44. More Computer Notes • Apple / Macs used in some capacity in the school: 37 schools (32%) • Thin Client Computers used in the school: 6 schools* • AlphaSmarts / Dreamwriters and the like: 34 schools *In one “Thin Client” school, everyone can access his/her files from “anywhere”. 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  45. BLOGS ! iPods ! WIKIs ! 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  46. Blogging: 10 schools; As part of curriculum: 8 schools. • Teachers WIKI: 11 schools; • Students WIKI: 8 schools; • Classes WIKI: 7 schools • What’s a Wiki, anyway!!?http://www.commoncraft.com/ • Scroll / Click on “Wikis in Plain English” --a 3 minute movie / WIKI demo • FYI: 359 AoC teachers “are known to have taken” an online class.(There are probably many more, but data included many “not known for sure”.) Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  47. School provides Handhelds (iPods, MP3): 8 schools • iPods / mp3s used as classroom tool: 15 schools • Classes or teachers create Podcasts: 11 schools; Classes receive podcasts: 10 schools Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  48. Graphing calculators: 81 schools • Phone is used in class for educational purposes: 1 school. • iPhone used in class for educational purposes: 0 schools. (This is sure to become a reference point for the future! ) Indicators of change in instructional delivery 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  49. Other Changes in Instructional Delivery • Kurzweil Technology for differentiated instruction : 14 schools • Students access texts online or by CD : 44 schools • Students use eBooks: 11 schools • Videoediting / Movie capability: 61 schools • Students produce programs for closed circuit TV presentations: 19 schools (TV in the Classroom : 109schools) 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results

  50. Videoconferencing equipment: 9 schools • Schools subscribe to an internet delivered curriculum: 12 schools • Subscribe to United Streaming: 28 schools • Subscribe to Chalkwaves: 12 schools • Subscribe to other streaming video such as INfOhio: 43 schools • Subscribe to Brianpop, EasyTech, or other similar: 24 schools 2007-2008 CSO Technology Data Survey Results