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This presentation explains the various components for assessing the success of a school's one-to-one initiative.

This presentation explains the various components for assessing the success of a school's one-to-one initiative.

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    • Lance Wilhelm Heartland AEA November 8, 2011
      • If you are going 1:1, this is a very good time to review all of your technology-related policies.
      • For school devices
      • For students’ personal devices
      • For teachers’ personal devices
      • For guest devices
      • Charging?
      • Stickers?
      • Background?
      • Music?
      • Do the rules vary by location? Lunch room? Bus? Locker room? Bathroom? Gym?
      • What happens if it’s not returned?
      • Recommend you discuss the options available from your insurance company, and update your policy to match.
      • Some similarity to textbook fees
      • How do you handle free & reduced families?
      • Fee vs. Deposit
      • Consult your school attorney!
      • How are texts and other instructional materials selected?
      • Does putting some of these materials in electronic form require a change in the policy?
      • Hardware
      • Software
      • Electronic texts?
      • Need to provide for ALL students
      • If assistive technology is needed to use the 1:1 devices, that will need to be provided by the school.
      • Can’t just “give” the computer to the student
      • Need to follow Iowa Code 297.22
      • Need to follow your board policy (which hopefully matches 297.22!)
      • A growing issue whether you are 1:1 or not
      • The law requires an archiving “system”
      • Again, a good conversation to have with your school attorney
      • Quotas
      • How much do you keep?
      • How long do you keep it?
      • In general, you want at least two copies of anything important.
      • Copyright
      • Cyberbullying
      • Search for model policies on the Internet
      • Talk to schools that are your peers/neighbors, and adapt their policies, as appropriate
      • And consult your school attorney! 