Presentation on theme: "Right or Wrong this is how we did it! New Lexington City Schools 1:1 with iPads Bobby Dodd High School Principal New Lexington City Schools"— Presentation transcript:
Right or Wrong this is how we did it! New Lexington City Schools 1:1 with iPads Bobby Dodd High School Principal New Lexington City Schools firstname.lastname@example.org Tim Householder Technology Director New Lexington City Schools email@example.com Tonya Sherburne Superintendent New Lexington City Schools firstname.lastname@example.org
Rural district We have 4 school buildings: New Lexington High School (1:1 with iPads) New Lexington Middle School New Lexington Elementary School Junction City Elementary School 1950 students district wide 80% Free and Reduced lunch according to E-Rate 61.53% Free and Reduced lunch Small IT Department Macintosh District Close to 1000 iPads in the district New Lexington City Schools:
Must Haves for a 1:1 or BYOD: A plan of attack Talk, Visit, Plan, Talk, Talk, Talk.................. Everyone must be on board If your administrators and teachers are not willing to make this work it never will. Wireless / Network infrastructure Have this in place before you start – because you will have to learn on the fly. Patience Staff & students must be patient when it comes to implementation & management of devices.
Summer 2011 – Meeting with new Superintendent to discuses the state of Technology in the district. 2011-2012 – All NLCS staff members receive iPads. Early 2012 - Visited Defiance High School Teachers, Administrators, Board Member, and Parent. January 2012 – Pilot with 27 AP students – AP students take iPads home 4 th nine weeks. Managed with Casper MDM. February – May 2012 – App Study NLHS iPad Program Time Line:
February 6 th 2012 – “So, This is My iPad” Chad Reynolds and Megan Finnegan PD for Teachers March 5 th 2012 – “So, This is My iPad” Chad Reynolds and Megan Finnegan PD for teachers May 2012 – Installed 34 Meraki Access Points at the high school August 2012 – Set up iPads Set up 600 in one week. August 16 th 2012 - Parent Meeting 1 August 20 th 2012 – Parent Meeting 2 NLHS iPad Program Time Line:
August 21 st 2012 (Open House) – Parent Meeting 3 August 27 th - 30 th 2012 - Handed out iPads to students. (Social Studies) December 17 th -18 th 2012 – Apple PD (Math, Science) February 11 th -12 th 2013 – Apple PD (English, History) February 25 th -26 th 2013 – Apple PD (Special Education, Creativity) NLHS iPad Program Time Line:
What is next? How are we going to collect the iPads? Rethink and revise for next year. App Store ???? Technology Fund ???? Everyone Takes Them Home ???? Electronic text books. In progress …… Wipe out devices and get ready for next year.
Parent Meetings What is an iPad How we were going to use the iPads Cost of the iPads – Technology Fund $50 per year Accessories-less than $50 students are responsible for. Scholarships If they do not pay they can not take them home Acceptable Use Policy Questions they had. Four documents must be read and signed before an iPad is issued: Acceptable Use Policy AUP Acceptance page iPad Loan Agreement Technology Fund All documents are available on our website under high school: http://nlpanthers.org
600 iPads total – 550 for students / staff. We purchased a three year lease for 600 iPads with Apple Care + and 6 days of PD from Apple. We also purchased Griffin Survivor Cases for each student. Current Stats: Technology Fund: 498 Current Students – Not counting Tri- County or Alpha. 476 - 96% Have paid either full $50, making payments, or scholarship. 20 - Sent back to Apple for repair. (2- software 18 – damaged) Note: 16 – Broken Screen – 90% Freshman – 12 Taken Out of Case 1 – Submerged in pond 1 - Parent Drove Over With Car 7 – iPads reported Stolen NLHS Current Stats
New Lexington City Schools & Apple Configurator
Mass configure and deploy iPads. Prepare devices Configure multiple devices simultaneously Update devices to the latest version of iOS Create and restore a backup of settings and app data from one device to other devices Import apps into Apple Configurator and sync them to new devices Use the built-in editor to create and install iOS configuration profiles Enroll devices with your Mobile Device Management solution for remote management Supervise devices ( When supervised students can not connect to iTunes ) Organize supervised devices into custom groups Automatically apply common configurations to supervised devices Quickly reapply a configuration to a supervised device and remove the previous user’s data Import apps into Apple Configurator and sync them to supervised devices Define and apply common or sequential names to all devices Restrict supervised devices from syncing with other computers Requirements: OS X 10.7.5 or later Free from Apple The computer you use Configurator on - is the only computer you can use to manage.
Using 3 Bretford sync trays (10 iPads each for a total of 30) and 1 MacBook with Apple Configurator – Using a “master image” I was able to setup 600 iPads in 1 week. I brought in students to put the cases on. They put 600 cases on in 3 days. 1:1 Set Up – 600 iPads
Cloud Based 100% Free for any Network No Maximum number of devices Operates over SSL Works on any vendor’s network Email support – Phone support for Meraki Customers System Manager
Apple Configurator You have to touch every device. Meraki System Manager App Store Sometimes we have problems with profiles communicating. Locating Devices. – Based on Service Provider / ip location. Meraki says that they are about to release something similar to Find my iPad (iCloud) Profile can be removed The Good and Bad.. Apple Configurator The cost – Free Once figured out – it is easy to use Wiping out devices is quick and easy. Meraki System Manager The cost – Free Easy to use Cloud based – no equipment The Good The Bad
Cloud Managed Wireless 802.11n Wireless LAN New Lexington City Schools &
We had no managed Wi-Fi in the district. (Several Apple Airports). We were going to a grade 9-12 - 1:1 solution with iPads and needed a more robust wireless solution. After looking at several vendors and talking with our ITC we thought price wise the Meraki was the best fit for us. Because our ITC agreed to purchase the Meraki Access Points in bulk (offering all of their schools Meraki APs) they could drive the price down. The #1 reason - the free MDM solution Meraki offers. Why did we choose Meraki ??
100% Cloud Managed Built for rapid building wide deployments Simple centralized management, no training required Wireless APs serve 100+ users each No user limitations Centralized Management
Control Bandwidth Locate clients View auto-generated reports User Visibility Control over users, devices, and application
Layer 7 traffic classification and control Intrusion detection engine Identity-based content filtering. Device-aware firewall rules Security & Role Bases Access:
Ease of Deployment I hired North West Regional Systems out of Mansfield. They brought two people and we had the 33 APs installed and online in 2 school days. Literally took them out of the box and connected them to POE switches. I played with the Dashboard for a couple hours and had them all configured. Now I just tweak as needed. Now - if we add new APs we just plug them in and add them to our dashboard and we are finished. Currently we have: 3 SSIDs: Staff Students Guest (this is on a timer – we do not allow during the school day).
Wireless Project Cost $625 per/AP/year for a 5 year license. 2 - HP 2520 24 Port POE Switches $2700 1 - 8 Port POE Switch $150 AP installation (North West Regional Systems) $2200 Totals: Year 1 $9175 (1 Year License Fee, APs, Switches, and Installation) Yearly License Fee: $4125 Original set up: New Lexington High School (33 MR16, 1 MR66) Additional APs this year New Lexington High School (35 MR16, 1 MR66) New Lexington Middle School (24 MR16)
Thank You! Bobby Dodd High School Principal New Lexington City Schools email@example.com Tim Householder Technology Director New Lexington City Schools firstname.lastname@example.org Tonya Sherburne Superintendent New Lexington City Schools email@example.com www.nlpanthers.org