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BYOD Bring Your Own Device STUDENT PRESENTATION Introduction Hillsborough County Public Schools is committed to developing a technology relevant and engaging learning environment for all students by providing
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BYOD Bring Your Own Device STUDENT PRESENTATION Introduction Hillsborough County Public Schools is committed to developing a technology relevant and engaging learning environment for all students by providing them with the opportunity to develop the resource sharing, innovation, communication skills, and tools that are essential to both life and work in the 21 st century. BYOD Introduction During school hours and while on the bus, cell phones and other electronic devices are to be used under the supervision of district staff. Students must comply with the directives of school/district staff regarding when and where electronic devices can be used. Devices can only be used in approved areas and students must comply with the directives of school/district staff regarding when and where electronic devices can be used. Digital Citizenship Cyberbullying Students must not engage in cyberbullying activities: Mean text messages or s Rumors sent by or posted on social networking sites Sending or posting embarrassing pictures or videos through text messages, , or websites Creating fake profiles Students must report any suspicion of cyberbullying to a teacher or administrator. Digital Citizenship (continued) Digital Footprint A digital footprint a.k.a. digital shadow is permanent information that a student places on the web, normally through social media, and is both searchable and can be copied and used by others elsewhere. A digital footprint can be a blog, picture, comment, graphic, etc. that represents the reputation of the student based upon the participation of the student using web activities. These activities along with the digital identity create a web reputation or web profile. Be thoughtful in what you post online, as it will be with you forever and may have devastatingly negative consequences. Students should not engage in active or passive internet browsing resulting in a digital footprint. Passive Accepting cookies or tokens from unknown or unsecure websites Active Entering personal data on unknown or unsecure websites Digital Citizenship (continued) Self-Image and Identity Be careful with websites that require you to enter your address, a home address, telephone number, birthdate, social security number, age, gender, ethnicity, height, hair, and eye color. These characteristics along with the digital footprint create a web reputation or web profile. Be thoughtful in what you post online, as it will be with you forever and may have devastatingly negative consequences. Students should properly represent themselves while online and should adhere to activities that will protect their reputation. Digital Citizenship (continued) Relationships and Communications Students should adhere to Digital Ethics for online interactions Use appropriate language in the use of text messages, , online discussions, and blogging. Do not send that would be considered SPAM. Do not use inappropriate or blank Subject line information. Do not forward chain . Do not provide personal or contact information to strangers or persons that you do not know well. Digital Citizenship (continued) Credit and Copyright Students should not engage in plagiarism or self-plagiarism activities. self-plagiarism occurs when an author reuses portions of his/her own published and copyrighted work in subsequent publications, but without attributing the previous publication. Use current MLA guidelines (or other citation guidelines) to cite research. Students should not violate existing laws governing Copyright Students should evaluate the quality, credibility, and validity of websites and provide proper credit and citing techniques. Digital Citizenship (continued) Internet Safety, Privacy, and Security Students should only use appropriate websites and will notify district personnel of inappropriate websites. Students should create and use strong passwords and adhere to privacy policies. A strong password is a word or phrase of at least 8 characters that is easy to remember but reasonably hard to guess and consists of numbers, letters, and special characters. Students should not share personal passwords. Students should not use the passwords of others. Telecommunications and Services HCPS Policy 7540, , , 7542 All internet access must be done through Gaither s Wi-Fi network. Our Wi-Fi has filters that meet federal laws as well as district policy. Any use of internet access outside of our Wi-Fi network is prohibited. Wi-Fi Login Instructions Use the following username and password to login to our secure Wi-Fi network: USERNAME: wl1551 PASSWORD: 1551 **Make sure you click I agree before submitting. Wi-Fi Login Instructions Texting and Driving Students found to be using their devices while driving on campus will be considered to be violating the BYOD policy of appropriate usage. These students may be subject to more severe consequences such as OSS/ATOSS. **Also, students should be careful with using their devices while in the parking lot. Students should be walking with their heads up and alert at all times. What Does BYOD Look Like at Gaither? Device Friendly Zones: Students are welcome to use their devices Hallways Cafeteria Device Limited Zones: Students must ask to use their devices All classrooms Main Office, Guidance Office, Student Affairs Office Device Restricted Zones: Students may not use their devices Bathrooms Locker rooms Please note that the following locations are considered classrooms at times, therefore they will be considered Device Limited Zones and depending on the event in these locations, the teacher/instructor/administrator must approve device usage: Gymnasium, Media Center, Science Labs, Land Lab, Auto Tech Garage, Driver Education Range Consequences First Offense: The device will be confiscated by the staff member, labeled, and given to the administrator. The administrator will notify the parent/guardian and will return the device to the student at the end of the day. Second Offense: The device will be confiscated by the staff member, labeled, and given to the administrator. A mandatory conference is scheduled and the electronic device is returned to the parent. This can be a phone conference since some parents cannot physically come to school. Third Offense: The device will be confiscated by the staff member, labeled, and given to the administrator. A mandatory conference will be held with the parent/guardian and disciplinary actions will be imposed by administration (detention, work detail, etc.) *Any further offenses will result in the device being confiscated and a meeting arranged with the parent/guardian to discuss further disciplinary action for willful disobedience and possible Out-of-School Suspension. **Consequences may vary at individual schools according to School Board-approved School Improvement Plan Personal Digital Devices on School Buses School buses are an extension of the school and appropriate classroom-type student-behavior is needed to ensure student safety. All BYOD procedures also apply to school buses. Students have a limited right to, nor should they have an expectation of, privacy while on the school bus. Students may not use hotspots to access the internet. Audio or image recording, whether through picture or video, without prior consent of the individuals being recorded is prohibited. Cell phone conversations on the school bus are prohibited unless under the supervision of the bus driver. Students bring personal devices to school at their own risk. The district will not be held responsible if a device is lost, stolen, or misplaced, including those that have been confiscated. Students who do not follow the BYOD policy may have their technology privileges removed. Using functions on electronic devices in any manner that disrupts the school bus environment or violates the Acceptable Use Policy will be subject to disciplinary action. Personal Digital Devices on School Buses: Consequences While on the school bus, students may use their personal devices for non-disruptive activities such as completing school work, reading, privately listening to music with earphones, or playing games. However, use of personal devices is under the sole discretion of the bus driver. Failure to comply with directives given by school staff/bus driver may result in consequences. Personal Digital Devices on School Buses: Consequences First Offense: The device will be confiscated by the site administrator and returned to the student at the end of the day. Second Offense: A mandatory conference is scheduled and the electronic device is returned to the parent. Third Offense: The device will be confiscated by the site administrator and labeled. A mandatory conference will be held with the parent/guardian and disciplinary actions will be imposed by administration (detention, work detail, etc.). Any further offenses will result in the device being confiscated and a meeting arranged with the parent/guardian to discuss further disciplinary action for willful disobedience and possible Outof-School Suspension. Consequences may vary at individual schools according to School Board-approved School Improvement Plan Do s Do the following: Ask before you use your device Look for the posted signs Take out earbuds when addressed by an adult Review district and school policy prior to use Secure your own devices to prevent theft Be mindful of your digital footprint Only use the district s secure Wi-Fi network Don ts Do not do the following: Make phone calls Play audible sound from your device Leave your device where someone can easily pick it up Cyberbully Lend your device to others Use social media unsupervised Share personal information over the Internet Plug in your device to an Ethernet cable No Bluetooth speakers
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