Classroom Technology Rules for Computers
10 Rules For Using Classroom Technology (Computers)
1. ONLY VISIT APPROVED INTERNET SITES.
2. NEVER GIVE OUT YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION.
3. TELL YOUR TEACHER IF YOU SEE SOMETHING UNCOMFORTABLE OR INAPPROPRIATE.
4. NEVER DOWNLOAD ANYTHING WITHOUT TEACHER PERMISSION.
5. DO NOT EAT OR DRINK NEAR DEVICES
6. PLACE DEVICES ON CHARGERS WHEN NOT IN USE. ALWAYS TAKE CARE OF YOUR DEVICES
7. NEVE TAKE INAPPROPRIATE PICTURES, SEND OR SHARE RISKY TEXT MESSAGE, OR SHARE PERSONAL INFORMATION.
8. NEVER USE ANY FORM OF TECHNOLOGY FOR BULLYING, VERBAL OR MENTAL ABUSE OR THREATS.
9. ALWAYS LOG OFF WHEN you ARE DONE WITH YOUR DEVICE.
10. NEVER TOUCH ANOTHER STUDENT'S COMPUTER OR TECHNOLOGY DEVICES
- Cell phones must be placed in lockers by the first bell and not retrieved until the dismissal bell (basically students can only use them on the bus or during transport to and from school).
- Cell phones must be set on silent mode, in a backpack during classroom time, and can only be accessed during lunch or recess.
- Cell phones must be stored away during classroom time and during any tests that are administered throughout the school year.
- Schools are not responsible for any damage or lost cell phones during school hours.
- Schools have the right to confiscate cell phones if they are distracting to the learning environment (and returned to the student at the end of the day).
- If mobile devices are being used for educational purposes, specific programs/apps will be allowed to be accessed during class.
- All students are required to read, sign, and acknowledge the cell phone policy before the school year starts.
- Students should be allowed to use cell phones in school for safety reasons
- Students have no business using a cell phone in school because they should be learning in class
- Students should be allowed to use cell phones when they have downtime (i.e., lunch, recess, etc.) so they are kept busy
- Cell phones are a disruption to the learning environment
Come to class with clean hands.
Operate the equipment properly.
Make sure you listen to directions.
Push your chair in when you are done.
Use your inside voice.
Touch the keyboard lightly.
Eat and drink outside the computer lab.
Remember to take your printouts with you.
Learn something new each time you come to the lab.
Always work toward your best, not your neighbors' best.
Be careful about handling CDs.