Presentation on theme: "Using a computer makes school work fun. Just as there are rules in your classroom, in the Science lab, at home, and for crossing the street safely, there."— Presentation transcript:
Using a computer makes school work fun. Just as there are rules in your classroom, in the Science lab, at home, and for crossing the street safely, there are rules for using Computers Software The Internet
Permitted! Yes you can! It’s OK to do it! However, you must follow guidelines:
All equipment, such as keyboards, mice, computers, laptops, digital cameras, and other equipment should be handled with care and respect.
Use the Internet only when given permission by your teacher.
Must support the educational goals and objectives of RRISD Must be educationally relevant Must be supervised by adults at all times Students may not type their own or others name, address, phone number or other personal information into any place on the Internet
Browse teacher-selected web pages with staff supervision Browse means clicking through pages of a specific web site designated by the teacher to view the content of those particular pages
Must have parental permission to use the Internet Must be an educational purpose for using the Internet.
Grades 4 and 5 may search subject directories- Nettrekker, Yahooligans, those designated by the librarian or teacher to be student friendly Grades 3-5 may type teacher-approved URL’s directly into the address bar- Students must have the address checked by the teacher before pressing Enter.
Information found on the Internet is NOT always true! Webquest Are these websites full of fact of fiction?
Some Internet pages contain commercials. Do NOT click on commercial links.
Never sign-up for special offers or send electronic greetings.
Information found on the Internet, such as pictures, text, and documents should only be saved or printed when a teacher has given permission.
1. Press Ctrl-Alt-Delete, then logon, each time you use a school machine. Enter your username and password. Your password is so secretive, you will only see dots.
If you can’t log on or you are having other issues: Breathe Then tell your teacher what the problem is. Computers don’t respond to panic. If you can’t log on or you are having other issues: Breathe Then tell your teacher what the problem is. Computers don’t respond to panic.
Be sure to log off of the computer, and leave all equipment in good order for the next person.
When you use a laptop, shut down rather than log off when you are finished. Make sure all lights are out prior to closing the lid.
When replacing a laptop or netbook into a cart, be sure to match the laptop to the slot number. Check that it’s getting POWER.
Information found on TV, video, and computers may be the property of someone else. Copy this information only with permission. Information found on TV, video, and computers may be the property of someone else. Copy this information only with permission. Copyrightki ds.org
If you have any questions, be sure to ask your teacher. …which can be lost.
What makes a Quality Website?Quality Website Become a Webonaut! Complete the Internet Safely Challenge.Webonaut Cyber Safety Resources for RRISD Teachers Cyber Safety Resources
Parts of this presentation are courtesy of: Plano ISD. Used with permission. (http://k-12.pisd.edu/guide/elemen/index.htm)http://k-12.pisd.edu/guide/elemen/index.htm Angie Hintz, ITS for RRISD Jerri West, ITS for RRISD Amanda Allen, ITS for RRISD