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St. Joseph School District Truman Middle School PROJECT CONNECT Chromebook Rollout 2015 -2016 Welcome! Please find a seat and we will begin shortly. Thank you
SJSD Learning Profile Educating the 21 st Century Learner ■ 21 st Century Teaching - Teaching how to Learn ■ 21 st Century Learning - 21 st century context and content ■ 21 st Century Tools - Tools to be a citizen in a global society
SJSD Instructional Goals ■ Goal 1: Information Literacy ■ Measurement: Digital Exhibition ■ Measurement: Increased interaction with academic text ■ Goal 2: Collaboration and Communication ■ Measurement: Pre & Post surveys of Students regarding experience ■ Measurement: Pre & Post surveys of Teachers regarding assignments ■ Goal 3: Writing ■ Measurement: Pre & Post ratings of Writing levels ■ Goal 4: Reading ■ Measurement: Pre & Post Lexile scores (SRI Test)
The automobile has practically reached the limits of its development. Scientific America, Jan. 2 1909 “Creativity: that is now the key element of global competition, more than flow of goods and services or capital (Florida, 2005, p. xxiv). Florida, R. (2005) The rise of the creative class. New York, NY: Harper. Collings.
Becoming a digital citizen
How to Be a Digital Citizen We strive to show students the safe, legal and responsible use of information and technology. We embrace the following conditions or facets of being a digital citizen: • Respect Yourself. • Protect Yourself. • Respect Others. • Protect Others. • Respect Intellectual Property. • Protect Intellectual Property.
Common Sense Media www. commonsensemedia. org
Smart media usage: A family conversation • Common Sense media agreement • for parents and kids • I will keep myself safe. • I will be a good digital citizen. • I will think first. • I will keep a healthy balance. • In exchange, my parents agree to talk with me about my digital life.
Parent Responsibilities ■ Monitor students at home ■ Read and follow the guidelines in the Acceptable Use Policies (AUP) ■ Know your student’s passwords ■ Have them show you what they are doing in class ■ Have them tell you what they are learning in class ■ Be smart about social media ■ Establish "house rules" for your child's digital life
SJSD Policy on Filtering Internet Filtering Starting this year, all internet content (no matter which wifi a student is using) will be filtered through the SJSD filtering software. Therefore, if a student is using the internet off school grounds, it will still be filtered the same as if they were using the school’s wifi.
21 st Century Skills Keeping your Chromebook safe and running smoothly.
Chromebook Usage Agreement • The Chromebook is: ■ the property of the Saint Joseph School District ■ intended for educational use ■ supports the learning environment ■ student use of the Chromebook is considered a privilege
Keeping your Chromebooks safe ■ Do not leave your Chromebook unattended. ■ Do not leave it where the temperature will be very hot or very cold. ■ Do not leave it in a car. ■ Do not get water on it. ■ Do not place objects in front or behind Chromebook in a bag to prevent glass damage. ■ Do not use cleaning products on the Chromebook.
Caring for the Chromebook ■ The Chromebook is made of glass, if dropped, it can break. ■ Chromebooks have a slick surface, grip it carefully. ■ Don’t leave it where the temperature gets cold or hot (under 32°F or over 95°F for long periods of time). ■ Protect it from liquids or high humidity.
Caring for the Chromebooks ■ Disconnect your Chromebook from power before cleaning. ■ Turn the power off before cleaning. ■ Clean screen with soft cloth or microfiber cloth. ■ Do not use window cleaners, glass cleaners, aerosol sprays, or alcohol to clean the screen.
Student Expectations ■ Bring your charged Chromebook to school every day. ■ Do not share your Chromebook with others. ■ Keep it in the bag when not in use. ■ Treat it as if it were your own. ■ Use it for educational use.
Theft Protection • Keep your borrowed Chromebook under your control at all times. • Do not leave it in the car. • In the case of complete loss, the borrower will be responsible for the replacement cost. Benefits of i. Cloud
21 st Century Skills Chromebook Policies and Procedures Successful use of a borrowed SJSD i. Pad
Chromebook Policies ■ Student code of conduct applies in the digital world ■ Do NOT deface the Chromebook or the bag. ■ Do NOT put a passcode on your Chromebook. If you forget your passcode, we can not retrieve it for you. ■ Chromebooks are subject to inspection at any time.
Cost of Use, Damage, Loss, and Theft ■ The district provides the Chromebooks to the student for educational use at no cost. ■ All damages, loss, and theft must be reported to the school within 48 hours. ■ At school, students will be liable for damage to the borrowed Chromebook if the damage is a result of a violation to the Acceptable Use Policy. ■ Students are responsible for all damage, loss or theft outside of school property ■ Optional insurance is recommended but not required. The school district does not endorse any one insurance provider.
Signature Procedures ■ Your signature of the User Agreement Form indicates your willingness to accept the terms defined by the Responsible Use Agreement, Board of Education Policy EHB, and the SJSD Technology General Guidelines outside of school. ■ sign User Agreement Signature Form and turn it in to a faculty member before leaving this evening. ■ Check website for updates and information. ■ Remember, your child can not take home a Chromebook until the User Agreement Signature Form is signed.
Everyone here has the sense that right now is one of those moments when we are influencing the future. Steve Jobs Thank You for your attendance and continued support. i. Pads will be distributed the week of September 9 -13 and will go home with your child only if we have a User Agreement Signature Form turned in. Please feel free to ask questions.