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Nov 24, 2013 (3 years and 4 months ago)

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FOR STUDENTS

THE 411

bring your own device


Collier County Public Schools
What is BYOD?


BYOD is an acronym for Bring Your Own Device.


A “device” is defined as a privately owned
laptop, tablet computing device, netbook,
notebook, e
-
Reader, iPod Touch,
iPad
, or
smartphone.


For this program, “device” also includes any
similar product owned by CCPS and provided
for student use.


bring your own device


Collier County Public Schools
When will BYOD begin?


Phase 2 classroom
implementation

will
begin in
January 2014.


Phase 1 began in August 2013.

Phase 3 will begin in August 2014.

bring your own technology


Collier County Public Schools
Which schools are involved in Phase 1?

High Schools


Barron Collier High


Everglades City Schools


Golden Gate High


Gulf Coast High


Lely High


Lorenzo Walker
Technical
High

Middle Schools


Immokalee Middle


Manatee
Middle


Elementary Schools


Golden
Terrace Elementary


Pelican Marsh
Elementary


Sea
Gate Elementary


Phase 1 will begin in August 2013.

Phase 2 will begin in January 2014.

Phase 3 will begin in August 2014.

bring your own technology


Collier County Public Schools
Which schools are involved in Phase 2?

High Schools


Immokalee High


Naples High


Palmetto Ridge High


Alternative Schools

Middle Schools


Cypress Palm
Middle


East Naples Middle


Gulfview

Middle


Oakridge Middle


Pine Ridge
Middle






Elementary Schools


Avalon Elementary


Calusa

Park Elementary


Corkscrew Elementary


Estates Elementary


Laurel Oak Elementary


Lely Elementary


Manatee Elementary


Naples Park Elementary


Osceola Elementary


Poinciana
Elementary


Tommie Barfield
Elementary






bring your own device


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How will mobile devices be

used in the classroom?


Projects


Research


Response device for assessments


Collaboration


Presentations


Other instructional and school related
purposes



bring your own device


Collier County Public Schools
Who determines when I can use my
personal mobile device?

Teachers

determine when use of mobile
devices is appropriate and allowed within
your classroom.



bring your own device


Collier County Public Schools
Which mobile devices are allowed?


Internet enabled devices that can connect to the
district’s wireless network


These devices may include, but are not limited to:


iPod
Touch


iPad


o
ther tablet
computing
devices


smartphones


laptops


netbook


e
-
Readers

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How will
I

access the internet?


Students will access the internet through the
CCPS BYOD wireless
network on a registered
device.


The CCPS BYOD wireless network will
provide
filtered internet access as well as access to
some other District systems and resources.


Any and all access
to the CCPS BYOD wireless
network may
be monitored for the purposes
of network security and student safety.

bring your own device


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What are my responsibilities as a
student?


Read
and adhere to the CCPS Responsible Use
Policy.


Access the internet through the CCPS BYOD
network only.
(Access of the internet through
data plans such as 3G/4G networks is
prohibited.)


CCPS is not responsible for any data or app
charges that a student may incur from a service
provider.

bring your own device


Collier County Public Schools
What are my responsibilities as a
student?


Use of the CCPS BYOD network is for instructional
and school related purposes only.
Students
may
not use any device or service for non
-
educational
purposes during school hours, unless granted
permission by a school administrator or teacher.


Devices may only be used in certain approved areas
of the school. Students may not use devices in
parts of the school designated as no technology
zones or any other areas where devices are not
permitted.

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What are my responsibilities

as a student?


You are responsible
for the condition of the
your
device including updates, antivirus
software
and any
repairs.


Personal devices should be brought to school fully
charged and should be capable of lasting a full school
day without recharging.


You

are fully responsible,
at all times, for personal
devices brought to school. CCPS is not liable for any
loss, damage, or theft of personally owned devices.

bring your own device


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What are some of the other
guidelines in place for students?


For classes where the teacher has opted to use a
social media site for communication and/or
assignments, the
only approved
social media
site for
the CCPS BYOD program is Edmodo.


No device, personal or otherwise, may be used to
record, store, or transmit any type of image,
sound
or
video from CCPS, except for approved projects
and
with
the express permission of the teacher
.

bring your own device


Collier County Public Schools
What are some of the other
guidelines in place for students?

If
reasonable belief exists that the student has
violated the terms of
the Responsible Use Policy,
or
other district policy, the student's device may be
inspected and/or confiscated. Subsequent or
additional disciplinary action involving misuse of
technology may extend to loss of technology
privileges or further action as determined by CCPS.

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What are my parent’s
responsibilities?


Carefully
read and review the Responsible Use
Policy
that is located online within the CCPS
Parent Portal BYOD section with you. You
must both agree to this policy in order to
participate.


Monitor that your device is in proper working
order and is fully charged daily.


Monitor your usage of your mobile

devices.

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When will I register my device?

Devices may only be registered after you
and your parent/guardian have agreed to
the Responsible Use Policy.


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Collier County Public Schools
How will I register my device?


The
first time you connect to the internet
using your device on the CCPS BYOD network
you will need to enter your login information
.
(This will be the user ID and password you use
to access the computer network at school.)


It is a violation of the CCPS Responsible Use
Policy to use your login information to sign
into any device owned by another student.

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How can I learn more about cyber
safety?

Students


Elementary


Instructional Resource classes


Youth Relations Bureau Deputy presentations


See your Media Specialist


Middle/High


Informational videos


Youth
Relations
Bureau Deputy presentations


See your Media Specialist






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Where can I get more information?


Collier County Public Schools BYOD Website

http://collierschools.com/BYOD


Bullying Prevention
http
://
www.collierschools.com/students/bully
ing/index.htm


Common Sense Media

http://www.commonsensemedia.org
/



bring your own device


Collier County Public Schools
What if I don’t have a device to bring
to school?


Not every
student
will have their own device.


The District will provide access to the internet
via classroom computers and a limited
number of mobile devices.


You
may collaborate with another student as
appropriate with your teacher’s permission.

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