Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Mentor Program Portfolio
Kim Harrison, CTO Candidate 2016
KO-07. Demonstrate the ability to develop a clear Mentor-Mentee Partnership Agreement that documents how the partnership will: 1) communicate, 2) work together toward accomplishment of the mentee’s goals, 3) resolve issues/challenges that arise, and 4) focus on successful completion of program requirements and the application of what the mentee is learning in his/her work environment.
LSP-05. Using resources available to assist in the development of leadership skills (e.g. the Microsoft Competency Wheel), demonstrate the ability to identify areas of growth and to develop an individual growth plan to address those areas over time.
EdT-03. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the SAMR model of technology integration in the TK-12 classroom.
EdT-09. Demonstrate a working knowledge of online learning environments, A-G requirements, and the International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL) standards for online teaching and how the CTO is involved in the process for establishing online learning programs.
SeF-05. Demonstrate a working knowledge of one or more tools used in network security.
SeF-06. Demonstrate the ability to apply what they have learned from SANS Security Control network security tools to improve network security.
OrM-06. Demonstrate a working knowledge of how to use vision, mission, and goals to direct organizational focus and performance.
OrM-09. Demonstrate familiarity with the tools of IT Governance.
OrM.10. Demonstrate the ability to apply skills by working with performance metrics in the form of CSFs and KPIs.
SSA-04. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the requirements of record maintenance, storage and retrieval.
SSA-06. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the role of the custodian of records and the responsibilities of that position.
PeM-08. Demonstrate a working knowledge of recommended practices for the documentation and remediation of unsatisfactory employee performance.
PeM-09. Demonstrate the ability to apply skills using the FRISK method for employee reprimand.
TID-06. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the interactions between student systems, HR systems and financial systems.
TID-11. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the RFP/bidding process for the local education agency.
AsA-04. Demonstrate a working knowledge of best practices districts utilize to report achievement data to various stakeholder groups.
AsA-05. Demonstrate a working knowledge of how districts utilize assessment data to improve achievement for all students.
AsA-06. Demonstrate the ability to develop a plan to maintain current knowledge and leadership skills needed to help the organization effectively use local, state, and federal data.
TPS-09. Demonstrate the ability to apply what was learned regarding policies and procedures to create or revise a policy.
TPS-10. Demonstrate the ability to apply what was learned about technology plan requirements to evaluate an existing plan and to create a new one.
SL-03. Demonstrate the ability to show professional growth in leadership related to the individual development plan.
SL-04. Demonstrate the ability to evaluate the progress and learning that resulted from the Mentor-Mentee Partnership.