Using the Toolkit

Technology: The Four Phases

-Creating the Profile

-Setting the Goals

-Planning to Improve

-Implementing the Plan



Topic Guides for CIP Plans

Equity and Diversity

Family & Community Engagement

Instructional Strategies

Nebraska Literacy Plan

PreK-12 Curriculum Alignment

Special Education: Improving Learning for Children with Disabilities (ILCD)


Improvement Plan Requirements


Early Childhood

The Nebraska Framework:
A Handbook for Continuous Improvement in Nebraska Schools

Nebraska Statewide Assessment (NeSA)

Professional Development, Data Resources, and Links

Rule 10

State of the Schools Report

Nebraska Department of Education

US Department of Education


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Setting the Goals

Technology planning should be based around the concept that an organization is a functioning system of inter-connected relationships between the various components of the organization.  “Planned organizational change is an attempt to solve a problem or to catalyze a vision. A change is introduced into an organizational system with the specific intent of affecting other system variables. Acknowledging the relationships between variables gives planners the potential to effect large changes. Systems theory allows planners to broaden their perspective, and to consider how their decisions will affect the other components of the system and the environment (Walonick, 1993)

Section 1 of the online technology planning tool contains three parts.  Part 1 represents the target or focus on which the technology plan is built.  Part 2 represents the core purpose of education – student learning and instruction.  Part 3 are those critical services which support all parts of the organization.






Nebraska Department of Education, 2010