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Maturity Benchmarks Survey Sheet

School Pseudonym: Roseberry Middle School Your Name or Group Name: Lambda Clearly mark the box that best represents the level of maturity achieved at your school site. Please refer to the Model Benchmark Rubric for detailed descriptions of the categories. Emergent Islands Integrated Intelligent Evaluator Comments School has formalized use of technology when it comes to attendance, grade keeping, communication and document sharing. However, use of technology is not fully x supported by all staff Resources and programs are available for use as well as help when needed, however there is not x comprehensive policy Isolated use of technology planning is evident, but is driven x by local budget Any planning done is by individual teachers x throughout the building Building has a technology budget that is limited with little formal structure to determine where the x funds are used Budget is available but there is little use of other funds that may x be available Systems are used by many individuals, but the school is not paperless nor is there x daily use of them Many systems are available for use by x teachers While electronic resources are available, most staff are reliant on books x and paper curriculum.

behavioral

Policy

resource/infrastructure

behavioral ADMINISTRATIVE Planning resource/infrastructure

behavioral Budget

resource/infrastructure

behavioral Administrative Information resource/infrastructure

CURRICULAR

Electronic Information

behavioral

resource/infrastructure

behavioral Assessment resource/infrastructure x x

behavioral CURRICULAR Curriculular Integration resource/infrastructure x x

behavioral

Teacher Use

resource/infrastructure x

Student Use

behavioral

There are places in the school that have technology that are beyond basic, but there are still numerous room that still use overheads, chalk and chalkboards. Very few staff use technology to assess student understanding and no students use technology. Limited resources are available within the school and the focus is on traditional testing methods. Curriculum is text book based with very limited technology use when initiated by individual teachers. Library and computer (keyboarding) classes are the only classes that use technology in their curriculum Few teachers use Internet resources to create worksheets or occasionally supplement curriculum to meet learning objectives Most teachers have one computer in their room and use overheads and chalkboards to present information Technology is used to give students who need remediation something to do while the teacher works with other students. Occasionally programs will be used for enrichment.

resource/infrastructure

behavioral Stakeholder Involvemnt x

resource/infrastructure x

behavioral x

SUPPORT

Administrative Support

resource/infrastructure x behavioral x Training resource/infrastructure x behavioral x Technical/Infrastructure Support resource/infrastructure x

Very few students have consistent access to technology. Many students will only use technology only three or four times in a year doing final drafts of big projects Very few people are aware of the process the building uses to make decisions. When they are made there is no opportunity for input. Often new plans are implemented before those who need to use it have even heard of it Technology meetings are held behind closed doors and very few stakeholders are involved Administrators are involved planning but there is little involvement in the implementation process Administration is there for support if they are sought, however there is no follow through or regular, formal assistance given Few staff members participate in training that is offered On-going training is offered, however it is limited and offered by the same personal Many of the staff utilize the district help that is available, but it is not done efficiently No staff is available within the building however there is formal district support provided

behavioral Local Area Networking (LAN) resource/infrastructure x behavioral District Area Networking (WAN) resource/infrastructure CONNECTIVITY behavioral Internet Access resource/infrastructure x behavioral Communication Systems resource/infrastructure x behavioral x New Technologies resource/infrastructure INNOVATION x x x x x x

behavioral Comprehensive Technologies resource/infrastructure x x

Most staff and teachers use the network simply to save files or occasionally access the internet Networking is comprehensive and would be able to support any video or voice Staff use WAN in a traditional manner Comprehensive network with high speed access are available Several staff and students use the internet but it is limited and there is very little curriculum integration Direct access is available in all locations Email is used by many teachers, however it is not yet an integral part of the school leanring Email is available to all staff however it is not available for student use Most staff reject new technology and are not willing to experiment with it New technology implementation is limited to a few staff who seek the technology out on their own Technology is limited to computers, VCR and overheads with a few LCD projectors available Technology is under utilized when available and what is available is limited