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Technology Task Force

The purpose of the Tech Task Force (TTF) is to provide Cambell Union High School District (CUHSD) with recommendations related to future technology use in the district.
 

The recommendations will be used to develop short and long-term goals and additional resources to inform decisions that support the district’s strategic initiatives with respect to technology integration planning and purchases.

The TTF will review current technology use and envision possible future uses in the district.

The product of the TTF is a three-year technology plan with a schedule of annual updates aligned with the Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) that will guide the district and its schools in how to best utilize technology in support of the instructional program.

The Tech Task force is comprised of representatives from all the district's stakeholder groups (i.e., teachers, students, parents, staff).

 

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How might CUHSD best plan for, deploy and use technology in the high school campuses and district office?

 

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Objective 4

How might technology best facilitate student progress in both academic and life skills necessary to effectively participate in post-secondary education and/or employment?

How might technology enhance school classrooms, other campus and district facilities to create extended learning environments for more effective teaching and learning?

How might equitable access to technology for students be assured?

How might building/creating a foundation of campus “norms” and district expectations improve the district’s teaching, learning, and work environments?

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How might the district develop a culture of integrating 21st Century skills among teachers and students?

How might faculty/staff development programs or initiatives support the recommendations and findings?

What additional resources may be needed to implement the recommendations?

What research and/or resources did the task force find most useful to accomplish its mission?