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    • Computer Lab Rules and Procedures Oak Ridge Elementary School Ms. Mercer Fall 2009 ● Creative Commons license (attribution /share alike)
    • Be nice to the computers
    • Be nice to the computers
      • Don’t pull, hit, bang, or do things that might hurt the equipment
      • Don’t crawl around under the tables
      • Don’t pull out cords, move mice, headphones, or other parts without checking with the teacher
      • Don’t write on the tables or chairs
    • Don’t share personal information online
    • Don’t share personal information online
      • Passwords: especially class or district passwords to people outside our class, school, or school district
      • Where you live
      • Information you don’t want to be “public”
    • Work together
    • Work together
      • Always be polite and helpful in your response to others
      • If a neighbor is stuck, help them out
      • If you are working on a group project, communicate before you change the work of others
    • Go where the teacher sends you
    • Go where the teacher sends you
      • Go to the sites I have given you to work on
      • If you are doing a search, go to sites related to your search
      • If we are having a choice time, ask before you go to a site that is not on the list
    • Try your best
    • Try your best
      • Use writing appropriate for school (no txt lingo, etc.)
      • Check your writing and correct it before you hit submit
      • Read the question and make sure you understand it, before you answer
    • Learn and have fun