Texas K-12 CTO Council 2019 - 2020 Empowered Superintendent Award Nomination
The Texas K-12 CTO 2019-2020 Empowered Superintendent Award is given to an outstanding superintendent who has promoted and supported innovative uses of technology in their district. Please complete the form below to nominate an individual for this award. Deadline is November 1, 2019.
Name of Nominee: *
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Nominee's E-Mail Address *
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Nominee's District *
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Nominee's State *
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Person Nominating (this can be self nomination) *
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Contact Person's Email *
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Information About the Nominee
COMMITMENT TO INNOVATION AND SYSTEM WIDE BUY-IN (200 Words) *
Describe how the nominee has strengthened district leadership from Cabinet and principals to teachers. How does the nominee encourage teachers and principals to innovate? Describe examples of how the nominee leverages technology to enhance communications throughout the organization and community served.
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COMMITMENT TO EQUITY (200 Words) *
Provide examples of how the nominee successfully promotes and develops rigorous transformative and innovative learning opportunities for students at all levels and the diverse SES levels and ethnicities in the district. What role has education technology played in providing equitable access to learning opportunities and to expanded access to learning opportunities?
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COMMITMENT TO IMPROVED LEARNING (200 Words) *
Describe the superintendents’ role in transforming pedagogy by fostering compelling learning environments throughout the district. How has the nominee demonstrated they are committed to continued staff learning? Provide examples of how improved learning environments have evolved under the nominee’s leadership.
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MEASURING IMPACT (200 Words) *
Please describe how the nominee and the district team measures the impact of student progress and agency, particularly using any new assessment tools.
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COMMUNITY LEADER (200 Words) *
Please describe ways the nominee has given back in service to the larger education community.
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