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1 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for classroom use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Start a laptop lending program at our school Proposal presented by: Your Name Presentation Date Your School Name

2 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Sample Presentation Dear Student, This is a sample presentation only. You should edit it with your own research, ideas, and school information. The words in green are really just place-holders. Please replace with your own words. Once youre done, send your finished presentation to Maybe yours will get chosen as a best example for our website! Thank you and good luck! SVRC Staff

3 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Problem Students would really like to use the technology at school but there isnt enough time in the day. Students would really like to use the technology at school but there isnt enough time in the day.

4 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Proposal Start a laptop lending program at our school. Start a laptop lending program at our school.

5 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Rationale Having laptops to use during school will allow more students to use technology during school hours. Having laptops to use during school will allow more students to use technology during school hours. Many students dont have computers at home or else don't have software options at home. Letting students bring laptops home helps to bridge the "digital divide." Many students dont have computers at home or else don't have software options at home. Letting students bring laptops home helps to bridge the "digital divide." Having access to laptops will help us more efficiently complete our schoolwork and carry over our work from one subject to the next. Having access to laptops will help us more efficiently complete our schoolwork and carry over our work from one subject to the next. Having laptops helps us reduce paper waste and helps reduce the load of books and notebooks we must carry around. Having laptops helps us reduce paper waste and helps reduce the load of books and notebooks we must carry around.

6 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Our School Technology Plan Our school technology plan includes the following objective: Students will have access to technology as a work tool and a learning tool to develop skills and attitudes necessary to think independently and to function confidently and productively in our technologically changing society. Providing laptops for students to check-out will help the school achieve this objective.

7 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Research: Examples from other schools We researched other schools that have implemented similar programs and have collected information about their successes and obstacles: We researched other schools that have implemented similar programs and have collected information about their successes and obstacles: School name, City, State

8 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Research: Examples from other schools This is what we learned from researching examples from other schools: [Your research goes here]

9 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Research: Supporting Data We surveyed students at our school to learn their opinions about keeping the computer lab open after-school or on weekends. About our survey: We set up a table outside the cafeteria for 5 days in a row. We set up a table outside the cafeteria for 5 days in a row. Our survey included 100 ninth and tenth graders. Our survey included 100 ninth and tenth graders. The survey had 10 multiple-choice questions. The survey had 10 multiple-choice questions.

10 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Research: Supporting Data (continued) Our research showed that students would be very interested in a laptop lending program at our school and would be willing to commit to taking responsibility for the laptops. 68% said they would be very interested in checking out laptops for use during school. 68% said they would be very interested in checking out laptops for use during school. 72% said they would be very interested in checking out laptops to take home. 72% said they would be very interested in checking out laptops to take home. 98% said they would be willing to take responsibility for the care of their laptops. 98% said they would be willing to take responsibility for the care of their laptops. 69% said they would expect other students to be responsible. 69% said they would expect other students to be responsible.

11 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Obstacles We are aware that there are several obstacles. The #1 obstacle is funding. We are collecting information about grants for computers in schools. We also are starting a letter-writing campaign to companies such as Dell, HP, and Apple to see what support they can offer.

12 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Proposal Details Our proposal includes the following details. We would like to work further with you to develop a plan for our school. 1. For the first year, invest in laptops for 10% of the student population and offer them to check out during school or after school. 2. Institute a waiting list and/or a lottery to decide who gets to check out the laptops. 3. Work with School Tech Club to secure student volunteers for maintenance of the laptops. 4. Develop set of rules and a student agreement form that students and parents must sign. 5. Revisit plan in the Spring to see if more computers can be purchased, with a goal of having enough for every student.

13 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Support We have shared our proposal with the following groups and have their support. PTA PTA Student Council Student Council Mrs. Smith - School Technology Coordinator (Mrs. Smith has offered to help us support the development of this plan.) Mrs. Smith - School Technology Coordinator (Mrs. Smith has offered to help us support the development of this plan.) Mr. James, Miss Garcia, Ms. Wong (math, science, and English department heads) Mr. James, Miss Garcia, Ms. Wong (math, science, and English department heads)

14 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center Next Steps 1. Share Laptop Proposal with the following key stake-holders and receive their support Principal Chavez Principal Chavez School Site Council School Site Council 2. Create detailed plan documenting the process for launching the laptop plan. 3. Continue research about grants and donation projects

15 SAMPLE PRESENTATION May be reproduced for student use. © NetDay Student Voices Resource Center THANK YOU! Dear students, Do you think you can you do better? Can you add graphics and charts? Send in your action proposal to share with the Student Voices Resource Center. If yours in chosen, you will receive a special gift from NetDay! your action proposal to


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