FCPS Pilot RegulationELECTRONIC DEVICES –STUDENT USE
A. Definition– Portable electronic communicationdevices (hereafter referred to aselectronic devices) are any personaldevic...
B. Student Possession/Use1. Student possession and use of electronicdevices on school property and at school-sponsored eve...
B. Student Possession/Use2. Students may use devices to participate inteacher-approved activities and foreducational reaso...
Student Possession/Use con’t3. Student possession or use of electronicdevices during the school day may bepermitted if the...
Student Possession/Use con’t– c. Violates confidentiality or privacy rights ofothers during the school day as well asdurin...
C. Theft/DamageDisclaimerFrederick County Public Schools is notresponsible for theft or damage to theelectronic device.Stu...
D. Students found to be in violationof this regulation are subject todisciplinary action in accordancewith FCPS Regulation...
Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of a BYODstudent:– Agrees that their student may bringpersonall...
Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parentof a BYOD student:–Indicates understanding that FCPSstaff will b...
Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of aBYOD student:– Indicates understanding that FCPS usestechno...
Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of a BYODstudent:–Indicates understanding that the purpose ofal...
Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of a BYODstudent understands that:–Consequences for misuse will...
Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the BYODstudent:•Acknowledges that he/she will utilizethe device(s) for in...
Device Registration FormStudents may register up to threedevices.
FAQ about Device UseStudents may use the registered devices tocomplete activities in class, completehomework, collaborate ...
FAQ about Device UseDevices are the sole responsibility of the student.FCPS accepts no responsibility for the security ors...
FAQ about Device UseIt is recommended that devices come toschool with a full charge. Students should bemade aware that the...
FAQ about Device UseFCPS does not provide or require applicationsor software for personally owned devices.Classroom lesson...
FAQ about Device UseIf the device breaks while at school, thestudent will put the device away and take ithome at the end o...
FAQ about Device UseTo facilitate instruction and practice Internetsafety, FCPS’s Internet connection is protectedby an In...
FAQ about Device UsePersonally owned devices are a supplementto equipment already used in the classroom.BYOD is an optiona...
Additional Student Use GuidelinesBYOD devices should be powered offand put away when not being used fora teacher directed ...
Additional Student Use GuidelinesNo downloading Apps at schoolNo typing in URL lineUse OneKey not Google
Additional Student Use GuidelinesLink to resources from either WKMSMedia Center page or teacherpage that you add as a shor...
Now, let’s see what you know!Answer the following questionsclicking to the next slide toverify your answer.
It is your right to use your device in classfor assignments.
It is your right to use your device in classfor assignments.No, it is a privilege to use your device.Staff reserves the ri...
It’s okay to Facebook at school.
It’s okay to Facebook at school.No. BYOD devices are to be used toparticipate in teacher-approved activitiesand for educat...
Someone took my device while I leftit unattended.What happens next?
Someone took my device while I left itunattended.What happens next?FCPS is not responsible for theft or damageto your devi...
It’s no big deal if I don’t follow the guidelines.
It’s no big deal if I don’t follow the guidelines.No. Students found in violation of theguidelines are subject to discipli...
I need my device after lunch in class, I’lljust ask my teacher to store it for me.
I need my device after lunch in class, I’lljust ask my teacher to store it for me.No, staff may not store, support, ortrou...
You can use your cell phone’s dataplan while at school to access webresources.
You can use your cell phone’s data planwhile at school to access web resources.No, you should only use the FCPS GuestWiFi ...
As long as your parents are okaywith it, you do not have to registeryour device.
As long as your parents are okay withit, you do not have to register your device.No, you must fill out and return the Devi...
You may register up to 3 devices usingthe online registration of devices form.
You may register up to 3 devicesusing the online registration ofdevices form. Yes! Do not bring indevices that are not reg...
I am allowed to charge my deviceat school if I bring my charger.
I am allowed to charge my device atschool if I bring my charger.No. You should bring devices fullycharged to school. If yo...
It’s okay to just put my BYOD device invibrate mode and have it ready for use.
It’s okay to just put my BYOD device invibrate mode.No. BYOD devices should be powered offand put away when not being used...
It’s okay to type in the URL line anduse Google on my device.
It’s okay to type in the URL line anduse Google on my device.No. You should use links from ourmedia page or a teacher page...
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  1. 1. FCPS Pilot RegulationELECTRONIC DEVICES –STUDENT USE
  2. 2. A. Definition– Portable electronic communicationdevices (hereafter referred to aselectronic devices) are any personaldevices that emit an audiblesignal, vibrate, display a message orvisual, or otherwise summons or deliver acommunication on behalf of thepossessor.
  3. 3. B. Student Possession/Use1. Student possession and use of electronicdevices on school property and at school-sponsored events on and off campus is aprivilege, not a right.
  4. 4. B. Student Possession/Use2. Students may use devices to participate inteacher-approved activities and foreducational reasons in support of FrederickCounty Public Schools curriculum forinstructional purposes, such as keepingtrack of classroom assignments, research andother related class activities.
  5. 5. Student Possession/Use con’t3. Student possession or use of electronicdevices during the school day may bepermitted if the student and parent/legalguardian accept the terms outlined in theattached “Device Permission Form.” Schoolsystem staff reserves the right to revoke privilegesassociated with this use under any of thefollowing conditions:– a. Disrupts the learning environment orapproved school activity.– b. Poses a threat to academic integrity.
  6. 6. Student Possession/Use con’t– c. Violates confidentiality or privacy rights ofothers during the school day as well asduring after-school activities or the safetransportation of students.– d. Electronic devices with camera andrecording functions may not be used to takeor transfer (anything)/any image at any timeon school premises without teacherpermission.– e. Creates safety concerns.– f. Violates criminal laws.– g. Classroom use without teacher permission.
  7. 7. C. Theft/DamageDisclaimerFrederick County Public Schools is notresponsible for theft or damage to theelectronic device.Students are encouraged to record adevice’s serial number to have available incase of theft, which is a helpful tool whenreporting the information to law enforcement.
  8. 8. D. Students found to be in violationof this regulation are subject todisciplinary action in accordancewith FCPS Regulation 400-8 andacceptable use of digital networksand online resources inaccordance with FCPS Regulation400-73.
  9. 9. Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of a BYODstudent:– Agrees that their student may bringpersonally owned device to school forinstructional use only.– Agrees FCPS is not responsible for device ordata loss, device damage, cost for devicereplacement or repair incurred during theschool day or at home as a result ofparticipation in this program.
  10. 10. Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parentof a BYOD student:–Indicates understanding that FCPSstaff will be unable tostore, support, or troubleshootstudent owned devices.
  11. 11. Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of aBYOD student:– Indicates understanding that FCPS usestechnological measures such as filtering topromote Internet safety. Filtering limitsstudents’ ability to access harmful Internetsites from any device connected to the FCPSnetwork, but only when this equipment isused in school on the FCPS network.Students should only use the FCPSnetwork, not private cellular service, forInternet access while on FCPS property.
  12. 12. Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of a BYODstudent:–Indicates understanding that the purpose ofallowing BYOD device use is to participate inteacher-approved activities and for educationalreasons in support of FCPS curriculum forinstructional purposes, such as keeping track ofclassroom assignments, research and otherrelated class activities.
  13. 13. Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the parent of a BYODstudent understands that:–Consequences for misuse will be imposed inaccordance with FCPS regulations»governing student behavior (Regulation 400-8)»acceptable use of digital networks and onlineresources (Regulation 400-73).
  14. 14. Device Permission FormWhen signed and returned, the BYODstudent:•Acknowledges that he/she will utilizethe device(s) for instructional purposesand in accordance with Board ofEducation policies and FCPSregulations while at any FCPS school oron the FCPS network.
  15. 15. Device Registration FormStudents may register up to threedevices.
  16. 16. FAQ about Device UseStudents may use the registered devices tocomplete activities in class, completehomework, collaborate in real time researchprojects, access Web sites with curriculum-related content, keep track of classroomassignments, record journal entries, andparticipate in other approved instructionalactivities.
  17. 17. FAQ about Device UseDevices are the sole responsibility of the student.FCPS accepts no responsibility for the security orsafety of the device. Students are responsiblefor the security of the device. Teachers andother staff will not store or hold onto devices.School technology staff or teachers will notsupport, repair or troubleshoot student devices.
  18. 18. FAQ about Device UseIt is recommended that devices come toschool with a full charge. Students should bemade aware that the school is not responsibleto provide an opportunity or the necessarypower to charge their device during theschool day.– Devices may not be charged at school.
  19. 19. FAQ about Device UseFCPS does not provide or require applicationsor software for personally owned devices.Classroom lessons will be tailored fortechnology that all students can access. Ifpossible, a student may choose to completethe same lesson on his/her personal device.– Most BYOD activities are web-based.
  20. 20. FAQ about Device UseIf the device breaks while at school, thestudent will put the device away and take ithome at the end of the school day and thenthe student and parent can troubleshoot thedevice. FCPS has limited resources andcannot provide comprehensive support forthe wide variety of devices allowed under thisprogram.
  21. 21. FAQ about Device UseTo facilitate instruction and practice Internetsafety, FCPS’s Internet connection is protectedby an Internet content filter. Cellular dataplans do not use FCPS’s Internet connectionand, therefore, do not use FCPS’s Internetcontent filter. Students should only use theFCPS WiFi Internet connection with their BYODequipment while on FCPS property.
  22. 22. FAQ about Device UsePersonally owned devices are a supplementto equipment already used in the classroom.BYOD is an optional program and notrequired. In the future, if a teacher requires adevice for instructional purposes and astudent does not have one, a device will beprovided.
  23. 23. Additional Student Use GuidelinesBYOD devices should be powered offand put away when not being used fora teacher directed activity.
  24. 24. Additional Student Use GuidelinesNo downloading Apps at schoolNo typing in URL lineUse OneKey not Google
  25. 25. Additional Student Use GuidelinesLink to resources from either WKMSMedia Center page or teacherpage that you add as a shortcut onyour home screenCreation of student email accountswill not be required
  26. 26. Now, let’s see what you know!Answer the following questionsclicking to the next slide toverify your answer.
  27. 27. It is your right to use your device in classfor assignments.
  28. 28. It is your right to use your device in classfor assignments.No, it is a privilege to use your device.Staff reserves the right to revoke yourprivilege to use your device in school.
  29. 29. It’s okay to Facebook at school.
  30. 30. It’s okay to Facebook at school.No. BYOD devices are to be used toparticipate in teacher-approved activitiesand for educational use.
  31. 31. Someone took my device while I leftit unattended.What happens next?
  32. 32. Someone took my device while I left itunattended.What happens next?FCPS is not responsible for theft or damageto your device. You are.
  33. 33. It’s no big deal if I don’t follow the guidelines.
  34. 34. It’s no big deal if I don’t follow the guidelines.No. Students found in violation of theguidelines are subject to disciplinary action.
  35. 35. I need my device after lunch in class, I’lljust ask my teacher to store it for me.
  36. 36. I need my device after lunch in class, I’lljust ask my teacher to store it for me.No, staff may not store, support, ortroubleshoot student owned devices.
  37. 37. You can use your cell phone’s dataplan while at school to access webresources.
  38. 38. You can use your cell phone’s data planwhile at school to access web resources.No, you should only use the FCPS GuestWiFi Internet while on FCPS property.
  39. 39. As long as your parents are okaywith it, you do not have to registeryour device.
  40. 40. As long as your parents are okay withit, you do not have to register your device.No, you must fill out and return the DevicePermission Form with your Parent/LegalGuardian.
  41. 41. You may register up to 3 devices usingthe online registration of devices form.
  42. 42. You may register up to 3 devicesusing the online registration ofdevices form. Yes! Do not bring indevices that are not registered.
  43. 43. I am allowed to charge my deviceat school if I bring my charger.
  44. 44. I am allowed to charge my device atschool if I bring my charger.No. You should bring devices fullycharged to school. If your device losescharge, you must put it away.
  45. 45. It’s okay to just put my BYOD device invibrate mode and have it ready for use.
  46. 46. It’s okay to just put my BYOD device invibrate mode.No. BYOD devices should be powered offand put away when not being used for ateacher-directed activity.
  47. 47. It’s okay to type in the URL line anduse Google on my device.
  48. 48. It’s okay to type in the URL line anduse Google on my device.No. You should use links from ourmedia page or a teacher page toaccess resources.
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