2What 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.This page addresses the definition of BYOD as it applies in CCPS.
3Why BYOD?Our students are digital natives and live in a world where information creation and consumption is constantly occurring.We feel that access to the tools and resources of a world-wide network and understanding when and how these tools are appropriately and effectively used are imperative in each student’s education.We envision a learning environment where technology is a part of us, not apart from us.This page addresses the rationale for implementing BYOD in CCPS.
4Phase 3 will begin in August 2014. When will BYOD begin?Phase 1 classroom implementation began in August Phase 2 classroom implementation began in January 2014.Addresses the timeline for implementation of BYOD in schools. It has not yet been determined which schools will start in Phase 2 and which will start in Phase 3.Phase 3 will begin in August 2014.
5Which schools are involved in Phase 1? High SchoolsBarron Collier HighEverglades City SchoolsGolden Gate HighGulf Coast HighLely HighLorenzo Walker Technical HighMiddle SchoolsImmokalee MiddleManatee MiddleElementary SchoolsGolden Terrace ElementaryPelican Marsh ElementarySea Gate ElementaryThis page lists schools involved in the Phase 1 implementation August 2013.Only those schools listed are permitted to use BYOD during the Pilot. Outside these schools all electronic devices should be turned off and should not be visible.It is anticipated that additional schools will be added in the future. This slide sets the expectation that there will be a Phase 2 implemented in January 2014 and that all CCPS schools will be participating by Phase 3 in August 2014.Phase 1 began in August 2013.Phase 2 began in January 2014.Phase 3 will begin in August 2014.
6Which schools are involved in Phase 2? High SchoolsImmokalee HighNaples HighPalmetto Ridge HighAlternative SchoolsMiddle SchoolsCypress Palm MiddleEast Naples MiddleGulfview MiddleOakridge MiddlePine Ridge MiddleElementary SchoolsAvalon ElementaryCalusa Park ElementaryCorkscrew ElementaryEstates ElementaryLaurel Oak ElementaryLely ElementaryManatee ElementaryNaples Park ElementaryOsceola ElementaryPoinciana ElementaryTommie Barfield ElementaryThis page lists schools involved in the Phase 1 implementation August 2013.Only those schools listed are permitted to use BYOD during the Pilot. Outside these schools all electronic devices should be turned off and should not be visible.It is anticipated that additional schools will be added in the future. This slide sets the expectation that there will be a Phase 2 implemented in January 2014 and that all CCPS schools will be participating by Phase 3 in August 2014.
7Which schools are involved in Phase 3? Middle SchoolsCorkscrew MiddleGolden Gate MiddleNorth Naples MiddleOakridge MiddleElementary SchoolsLake Park ElementaryLake Trafford ElementaryMike Davis ElementaryPalmetto ElementaryParkside ElementaryPinecrest ElementarySabal Palm ElementaryShadowlawn ElementaryVeterans Memorial ElementaryVillage Oaks ElementaryVineyards ElementaryElementary SchoolsBig Cypress ElementaryEden Park ElementaryGolden Gate ElementaryHighlands ElementaryThis page lists schools involved in the Phase 1 implementation August 2013.Only those schools listed are permitted to use BYOD during the Pilot. Outside these schools all electronic devices should be turned off and should not be visible.It is anticipated that additional schools will be added in the future. This slide sets the expectation that there will be a Phase 2 implemented in January 2014 and that all CCPS schools will be participating by Phase 3 in August 2014.
8How will mobile devices be used in the classroom? ProjectsResearchResponse device for assessmentsCollaborationPresentationsOther instructional and school related purposesThis slide addresses the types of activities that the mobile devices will be used for in the classroom. The focus is on curricular use. Students may not use any device or service for non-educational purposes during school hours, unless granted permission by a school administrator or teacher.
9What is the expectation for use of mobile devices in my classroom? You as the teacher determine when use of mobile devices is appropriate and allowed within your classroom.Students are responsible for their own mobile devices.Teachers are expected to read and abide by the Responsible Use Agreement.Teachers may also use their own devices during the school day.This slide and the three that follow address issues that are relevant to teachers.Teachers determine when devices can be used in their classroom.Students are responsible for their own devices.
10How will I control which apps are on a student owned device? The simple answer is that you will not.It is likely that your students will bring a variety of devices to school. Some examples are iOS (Apple) devices, Android devices and Windows 8.All devices students are using should be capable of accessing the internet resources via the CCPS BYOD network.No 3G/4G data plan (cellular) network access allowed to the internet.
11How will I control which apps are on a student owned device? Any app download and/or purchase for student owned devices is the responsibility of the student.While it is acceptable to mention specific curricular apps to students, you can not require students to download them on their personal devices.Many free apps contain inappropriate advertising and/or content. These apps must be thoroughly vetted prior to use with students.CAUTION is advised when suggesting apps.
12What support will be provided? Professional learning opportunities will be provided throughout the school year and during the summer as needed.Additional support will be available from your BTC, Media Specialist and other designated staff members at your school.An Instructional Technology Specialist has been designated to provide ongoing support for your school throughout this project.
13Which mobile devices are allowed? Internet enabled devices that can connect to the district’s wireless networkThese devices may include, but are not limited to:iPod TouchiPadother tablet computing devicessmartphoneslaptopsnetbooke-ReadersThis slide addresses the types of mobile devices allowed.Information on the device donation process can be found on the BYOD page of the District Website.
14How will my students access the internet? Students will access the internet through the CCPS BYOD wireless network on a registered device.This network will provide filtered internet access as well as access to some other District systems and resources.Any and all access may be monitored for the purposes of network security and student safety.This slide addresses how student devices will connect to the internet and the protections that are used.In compliance with CIPA guidelines the District has implemented technology protection, utilizing software and hardware measures which monitor, block, and filter internet access. Additionally, teachers and other staff monitor internet usage while students are under their supervision. But as is stated in the RUP(Responsible Use Policy), it is impossible to guarantee students will not gain access to information and communications that they and/or their parents/guardians may find inappropriate, offensive, objectionable, or controversial. Parents/guardians of minors are responsible for setting and conveying the standards that their child should follow when using the internet.
15What are the responsibilities of students? Read, agree and adhere to the CCPS Responsible Use Agreement.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.This slide addresses student responsibilities within the CCPS BYOD Program.No 3G/4G data plan (cellular) network access allowed to the internet.This concept also extends to app purchases. That should be mentioned here.Students will not be asked to download any apps that incur a fee. Therefore, the cost of any apps that a student chooses to download will be the responsibility of the studentNo liability by the system for any data plans charges.No Technology Zones – areas such as restrooms, locker rooms, etc.
16What are the responsibilities of students? 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.This slide addresses student responsibilities within the CCPS BYOD Program.No 3G/4G data plan (cellular) network access allowed to the internet.No Technology Zones – areas such as restrooms, locker rooms, etc.
17What are the responsibilities of students? The student is responsible for the condition of the their device used for BYOD 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.The student is 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.This slide focuses on the personal responsibility of the student for their own device.
18What 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.This slide addresses social media and use of the devices for recording..Reminder: Parents and students should thoroughly read the RUP.Edmodo: The only approved Social Media site for use with students. Parent permission required. Teachers must get permission to use with class by submitting form from District Communications Department.
19What 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 Agreement, 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.This slide addresses consequences for misuse.
20What are a parent’s responsibilities? Carefully read and review the Responsible Use Agreement that is located online within the CCPS Parent Portal BYOD section with their child and indicate their agreement.Be sure their child’s device is in proper working order and is fully charged daily.Monitor their child’s usage of their mobile devices.
21How will my students register their devices? Devices may only be registered after the students and the parent/guardian have agreed to the Responsible Use Agreement.The first time a student connects to the internet using their device on the CCPS BYOD network they will need to enter their login information.Teachers can check to see which students are properly registered using the BYOD Student Check Application in Angel. The Check is located in the District Resources Section of Teacher Resources.Completing this process registers the cross checks to see if the parent has agreed to the RUP and then records the MAC address of the device being registered within the database.The login information referenced here is their network login and password.
22How can parents and students learn more about cyber safety? Parent AcademiesTown Hall MeetingsStudentsElementaryInstructional Resource classesYouth Relations Bureau Deputy presentationsMiddle/HighInformational videosThere will be parent informational meetings.
23Where can I get more information? Collier County Public Schools BYOD WebsiteBullying PreventionCommon Sense Media
24How does a parent register a child for BYOD? Login to the Parent Portal from the District Website.Select BYOD.Read and agree to the Responsible Use Policy to enroll their child in the program.Follow this link for a step-by-step video that will lead them through the process. BYOD Parent Approval Process VideoIf they have forgotten their ID or do not have a login to the Parent Portal, they will need to present an ID at their child’s school to obtain this.
25What if a child doesn’t have a device to bring to school? Not every child will have their own device.The District will provide access to the internet via classroom computers and a limited number of mobile devices.Students may collaborate with another student as appropriate.
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