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Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant Overview. www.22itrig.org. Technology Readiness in Michigan. Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant Goals. Grant Structure. Funds Distribution. Category One: District Participation Awards. Category Two: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant Overview 1October 16, 2013

Technology Readiness in Michiganwww.22itrig.orgTechnology Readiness Infrastructure Grant Goals2October 16, 2013

2Grant Structure3October 16, 2013

3Funds Distribution4October 16, 2013

4Category One: District Participation Awards

5October 16, 2013

Fall 2012 blended count, six LEAs did not participate5Greater Michigan Educational Consortium (Genesee ISD)

Intra-Michigan Technology Readiness Leadership Consortium (Wexford-Missaukee ISD)

Kent ISD Consortium (Kent ISD)

Rural Northern Michigan Consortium (Copper Country ISD)

Southwest Michigan Consortium (Kalamazoo RESA)

Consortia MapCategory Two: Consortium Leadership6October 16, 2013

www.22itrig.org 6TRIG Structure7October 16, 2013

MDETRIG Steering CommitteeMAISA TRIG Operations OfficeIMTRLCGMECKentRNMSWProject DirectorErateSENMTRAxClassroom ReadinessDevice PurchasingData IntegrationAssessment & Curriculum Erate AdvisorySEN AdvisoryMTRAx AdvisoryClassroom ReadinessAdvisoryDevice PurchasingAdvisoryData Integration AdvisoryAssessment & Curriculum AdvisoryErate PMSEN PMMTRAxPMClassroom Readiness PMDevice PurchasingPMData Integration PMAssessment & Curriculum PMBusiness and Communications SupportEvaluation (FSU)7Batch Geo8October 16, 2013

8Category Three:Statewide ActivitiesOctober 10, 2013

9Activity One was divided into two components (A & B)9Category Three:Statewide ActivitiesOctober 10, 2013

10Activity One was divided into two components (A & B)10Category Three:Statewide Activities11October 16, 2013

The goal here is to leverage the purchasing process.11Connectivity: State Education Network

12October 16, 2013

Collectively, k12 districts hold significant fiber infrastructure assets scattered throughout the state. A key goal of the SEN is to connect those assets to create shared platform for resource sharing and seamless infrastructure that can be used by other municipal entities. This sharing will spread the fixed costs over more entities. 12Connectivity: State Education Network

13October 16, 2013

Collectively, k12 districts hold significant fiber infrastructure assets scattered throughout the state. A key goal of the SEN is to connect those assets to create shared platform for resource sharing and seamless infrastructure that can be used by other municipal entities. This sharing will spread the fixed costs over more entities. 13Connectivity: State Education Network

Benefits to the Local Districts14October 16, 2013

14MAEDS Conference Check out the session on SENFriday, October 18, 20139:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m.Presenter: Dave Childs, Greater Michigan Education Consortium15October 16, 2013

15Category Three:Statewide ActivitiesOctober 10, 2013

16Activity One was divided into two components (A & B)16Category Three:Statewide Activities17October 16, 2013

Activity Six: Data System Integration Infrastructure Pilot

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October 16, 201318

Activity Six: Data System Integration Infrastructure Pilot

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October 16, 201319Activity Six: Data System Integration Infrastructure Pilot

Benefits to the Local Districts20

October 16, 2013October 16, 201321

Datahub OverviewEd-Fi DatahubODSDatabaseEd-Fi DatahubDashboardDatabaseDashboardApplicationThird PartyData WarehouseCommonExchange FormatEdupointSynergyInfiniteCampusPearsonPowerSchoolMISTAR/ZangleSkywardACTPersonal Learning ArchitectureDIBELSMEAPMMESWISLibraryFoodServiceTransportationSpecial EducationReport/QueryToolsImport Assessments DirectlyFacilitate Integrations DirectlyReportingSIS IntegrationsSunGardeSchoolPlusOctober 16, 201322MAEDS ConferenceCheck out the session on Data Systems Integration Thursday, October 17, 20131:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.Presenter: Don Dailey, Kalamazoo RESA23October 16, 2013

23Category Three:Statewide Activities24October 16, 2013

24Collaborative Services: Device Purchasing

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25Collaborative Services: Device Purchasing

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26Collaborative Services: Device Purchasing

Benefits to the Local Districts27October 16, 2013

Collaborative Services: Device Purchasing 28October 16, 2013

Collaborative Services: Device Purchasing 29October 16, 2013

Collaborative Services: Device Purchasing Area:Amount:Amount of PD$ 661,775.00 Amount of Incentive$ 5,000,000.00 Savings over educational list price$ 9,587,474.00 TOTAL SAVINGS $15,249,249.00 30October 16, 2013

Category Three:Statewide ActivitiesOctober 16, 2013

31 31Collaborative Services: E-Rate32October 16, 2013

32Collaborative Services: E-Rate33October 16, 2013

33Collaborative Services: E-RateBenefits to the Local Districts34October 16, 2013

MAEDS ConferenceCheck out the session on E-RateFriday, October 18, 201310:20 a.m. 11:20 a.m.Presenters: Jim Rarus, Wayne RESA & Josh Hayes, Wexford-Missaukee ISD35October 16, 2013

35Category Three:Statewide ActivitiesOctober 10, 2013

36Activity One was divided into two components (A & B)36Category Three:Statewide ActivitiesOctober 16, 2013

37 37Professional Learning:Operations OfficeOctober 16, 2013

38 38Category Three:Statewide ActivitiesOctober 16, 2013

39 39Professional Learning:MI Technology Readiness Assessment Tool

40October 16, 2013

MTRAx will calculate readiness for online assessments at the ISD, LEA and building level based on network, device and testing parameter (sessions, sittings, etc) information. The on-demand dashboard will allow districts to update their MTRAx data real-time and immediately see the impact on readiness status. Additional sandbox functionality will allow districts to model hypothetical changes to their technology environment and testing parameters, and then see the impact on readiness without actually changing their live data.

40Professional Learning:MI Technology Readiness Assessment Tool

41October 16, 2013

Future enhancements to MTRAx include a low effort data collection framework to minimize the burden on districts as it relates to updating and maintaining their data, instructional enhancements to leverage the MTRAx data to identify professional development opportunities and needs for districts, and a technology planning component to utilize MTRAx capabilities in the development of district tech plans.

41Professional Learning: MI Technology Readiness Assessment Tool

Benefits to the Local Districts42October 16, 2013

Professional Learning: MI Technology Readiness Assessment Tool

43October 16, 2013

MAEDS ConferenceCheck out the session on MTRAxThursday, October 17, 20132:40 p.m. 3:40 p.m.Presenter: Matt Lindner, Plante & Moran 44October 16, 2013

44Category Three: Statewide Activities45October 16, 2013

45Professional Learning: Classroom Readiness

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46Professional Learning: Classroom Readiness

47October 16, 2013

47Professional Learning: Classroom Readiness

Benefits to the Local Districts48October 16, 2013

Professional Learning: Classroom Readiness

49October 16, 2013

Category Three:Statewide Activities50October 16, 2013

50Professional Learning: Assessment and Curriculum

51October 16, 2013

51Professional Learning: Assessment and Curriculum

Benefits to the Local Districts52October 16, 2013

52 TIRG

READY, SET, GO!Get Tech Ready, Set Go Online!Technology Readiness Infrastructure GrantSix Sites to Choose from:October 29, 2013Crystal Mountain ResortLunch: 11:15 am 11:50 amPresentation Time: 12:10 pm 4:00 pmhttp://tinyurl.com/techready-imtrlc

November 4, 2013Marquette-Alger RESAPresentation Time: 8:30 am 1:40 pmLunch: 12:00 pm 1:00 pmhttp://tinyurl.com/techready-maresa

November 7, 2013Genesee ISDPresentation Time: 12:10 pm 4:00 pmhttp://tinyurl.com/techready-gisd

November 11, 2013Kent ISDLunch: 11:15 am 11:50 amPresentation Time: 12:10 pm 4:00 pmhttp://tinyurl.com/techready-kentisd

November 12, 2013KRESA West CampusLunch: 11:15 am 11:50 amPresentation Time: 12:10 pm 4:00 pmhttp://tinyurl.com/techready-kalamazoo

November 18, 2013Oakland SchoolsPresentation Time: 12:10 pm 4:00 pmhttp://tinyurl.com/techready-oakland3 SCECHs Pending ApprovalWebsite

TRIG Websitewww.22itrig.org 54October 16, 2013

TRIG will be its own website. 54Contact Information55October 16, 2013

QuestionsSummer FranckCommunications Assistant & Device Training Coordinatorsfranck@gomasa.orgSection 22i Technology Readiness2012-13 $50,000,000.00 for technology infrastructure grants to districts or to intermediate districts on behalf of their constituent districts. Funds received under this section shall be used for access to a computer-adaptive test or for the development or improvement of a districts technology infrastructure, including, but not limited to, hardware and software, in preparation for the planned implementation in 2014-2015 of online growth assessments.2013-14 $45,000,000.00 for the technology infrastructure grant program for districts or intermediate districts on behalf of their constituent districts. Funds received under this subsection shall be used for the development or improvement of a districts technology infrastructure, the shared services consolidation of technology and data, and hardware in preparation for the planned implementation in 2014-2015 of online growth assessments.

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Goals for Tech Readiness2012-132013-14Develop and implement collaborative purchas

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