Advice for parents: BYOD

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Advice for parents: BYOD

  1. 1. "CHILDREN TODAY ARE TYRANTS. THEYCONTRADICT THEIR PARENTS, GOBBLE THEIR FOOD, AND TYRANNIZE THEIR TEACHERS." SOCRATES
  2. 2. KEEPING YOUR DEVICE SECURE• Find my IPad• Uses your apple ID• Laptops and androids use passwords and security log ins
  3. 3. • Double click the on button to check their activity.
  4. 4. • Go into Safari History( open book icon).This shows the recent Internet activity.
  5. 5. THE SETTINGS BUTTON• Settings is the key button• Putit on the application tray• Holdthe icon with your finger until they wobble• Drag down to tray
  6. 6. Most used apps
  7. 7. SETTING RESTRICTIONS• Settings• >general• >Restrictions• >Enable restrictions• Enter a code
  8. 8. • Restrictions• Choose restrictions
  9. 9. • Parents choose the password• It might be an idea to let Mark or Linda know the password
  10. 10. YOU CAN NOW SWITCHON AND OFF SOME OF THE DEVICES FUNCTIONALITY
  11. 11. Back up work to the iCloud
  12. 12. BACK UP TO CLOUD Switch on the Things you want To back up ESP DOCUMENTS AND DATA
  13. 13. LAPTOPS,NETBOOKS AND ANDROIDYou can use a thumb drive,an external hard drive or cloud basedtechnology like drop box
  14. 14. RESTRICTING THE USE OF THEINTERNET OR MONITORING ITS USE• Down load MOBICIP from the app store or the internet( for laptops)• You will have to join the mobicip site(the basic level is free but the advanced features cost about $10 per year• Try the browser on the laptop make sure it works• Disable Safari on the iPad or Internet explorer on laptops• Or uninstall the program
  15. 15. Discipline policy for all devices• This has been explained to all students:1. In form class verbally and with a visual presentation2. At numerous form assemblies3. Teachable moments in subject classes4. They all signed an IT agreement when they were enrolledinto year 9.
  16. 16. The policy:• All students should be fully engaged in every lesson. If they are off task with things like games, social networks like Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr, on Trade Me or any activity which is deemed to impinge negatively on their learning, the student will be banned from the Internet for one week.• This is documented on Kamar.• If this type of distraction is noted again, Mark or Linda will contact parents and an agreement is reached regarding the confiscation of the device. The time period is again a week.• The student is called in and the procedure is explained. All work missed at school must be caught up for homework.
  17. 17. Why the weeks confiscation?• It is more serious than a phone/ iPod.• It is not like a phone which is simply a distraction. • The device is integral to learning. Students need to learn to manage time and manage self.• The loss of the device affects not only work but also their social life.• Second offenses have included using someone elses login when the student has been excluded from the net.
  18. 18. Facebook• It is a life skill that students need to learn: time and place. The time and place for Facebook is not in class.• It is a good idea to have your child as a friend on your account. In this way you can monitor some of the activity AND the time posts and comments are made.• We have reminded students that anything sent to Facebook can be used as evidence, so they should post wisely.• They have also been reminded that they are leaving a traceable digital trail, not confined to FB.
  19. 19. QUESTIONS?

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