Presentation on theme: "One to One Devices in Schools Beth Herrmann How did we get here? One to One computing programs are the result of the progressive use of technology in."— Presentation transcript:
Security Concerns Internet Safety Policy and Filters
Acceptable Use Policies: Safety Parental Permission Device Management Policies: Download Physical care
Conclusions Will all classrooms one day look like this? What will you do?
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