All campus administrators must complete Section 1 and Section 3--IGNORE SECTION 2; it will be completed by the District--of the NCLB Administrator Technology Reporting System. The information gathered annually is used to gauge the progress in integrating technology into teaching and learning. View the Weekly Memo to all SAISD Administrators.

The NCLB Administrator Technology Reporting System can be found at ****


Monitor your campus progress: NCLB Section 1 and 3 Submission
Report Date: June 6, 2011 2:43pm
(For assistance, contact the Office of Instructional Technology and Learning Services at 527-1400 from 8:00-4:30)

Steps for Completing the NCLB Administrator Technology Reporting System:

Step 1 – Read NCLB Requirements Overview external image pdf_icon.gif

Step 2 – Login

Step 3 - Complete Section 1

General Guidelines for Age and Location of Computers and Other Devices

Classroom, Library Media, Stationary Lab, Mobile Lab, Other (Computers used for instructional use)

Computers 0-4.9 years old
Computers 5 years or older

1. Computers
Computers should be able to: access the Internet and support the use of basic word processing, spreadsheet, multimedia presentation and database software. Computers include Desktops, Laptops, and Tablet PC's

2. Netbooks (Mini Computers)
Netbooks (also called mini computers or ultraportables) are small, light and inexpensive laptop computers suited for general computing and accessing web-based applications. Screen sizes are generally less than 10" diagonally.

3. Think Client
A thin client is a client computer or client software in client-server architecture networks, which depends primarily on the central server for processing activities.

4. Tablet Devices
Devices that are not laptops or pocket-sized and are primarily used for accessing multimedia content and have the option to access the Internet (ex. iPad).

5. eBook Tools
Devices that are not laptops or pocket-sized and are used primarily for reading, accessing multimedia content, and may have the option to access the Internet (ex. Kindle, Nook).

6. Internet Mobile Devices
Mobile devices that are pocket-sized, typically having a display screen with touch input, miniature keyboard, or other use interface and are able to access the Internet (ex. Palm Pilot)

7. Portable Media Players
MP3 player that has the capability to connect to the internet, portable gaming devices (ex. iPod Touch).

8. Interactive Whiteboard
A large interactive display that connects to a computer and projector.

Step 4 - Complete Section 3

Step 5 - Logout

Questions? Contact:
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