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What 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.
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Why 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.
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When will BYOD begin?
Phase 1 classroom implementation
began in August 2013.
Phase 2 classroom implementation
began in January 2014.
Phase 3 will begin in August 2014.
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Which schools are involved in Phase 1?
High Schools
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Barron Collier High
Everglades City Schools
Golden Gate High
Gulf Coast High
Lely High
Lorenzo Walker
Technical High
Middle Schools
– Immokalee Middle
– Manatee Middle
Elementary Schools
– Golden Terrace Elementary
– Pelican Marsh Elementary
– Sea Gate Elementary
Phase 1 began in August 2013.
Phase 2 began in January 2014.
Phase 3 will begin in August 2014.
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Which schools are involved in Phase 2?
High Schools
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Immokalee High
Naples High
Palmetto Ridge High
Alternative Schools
Middle Schools
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Cypress Palm Middle
East Naples Middle
Gulfview Middle
Oakridge Middle
Pine Ridge Middle
Elementary Schools
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Avalon Elementary
Calusa Park Elementary
Corkscrew Elementary
Estates Elementary
Laurel Oak Elementary
Lely Elementary
Manatee Elementary
Naples Park Elementary
Osceola Elementary
Poinciana Elementary
Tommie Barfield Elementary
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Which schools are involved in Phase 3?
Middle Schools
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Elementary Schools
Corkscrew Middle
Golden Gate Middle
North Naples Middle
Oakridge Middle
Elementary Schools
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Big Cypress Elementary
Eden Park Elementary
Golden Gate Elementary
Highlands Elementary
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Lake Park Elementary
Lake Trafford Elementary
Mike Davis Elementary
Palmetto Elementary
Parkside Elementary
Pinecrest Elementary
Sabal Palm Elementary
Shadowlawn Elementary
Veterans Memorial Elementary
Village Oaks Elementary
Vineyards Elementary
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How will mobile devices be
used in the classroom?
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Projects
Research
Response device for assessments
Collaboration
Presentations
Other instructional and school related
purposes
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What 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.
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How 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.
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How 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.
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What 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.
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Which mobile devices are allowed?
• Internet enabled devices that can connect to the
district’s wireless network
• These devices may include, but are not limited to:
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iPod Touch
iPad
other tablet computing devices
smartphones
laptops
netbook
e-Readers
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How 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.
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What 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.
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What 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.
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What 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.
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What 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.
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What 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.
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What 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.
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How 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.
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How can parents and students learn
more about cyber safety?
Parents
• Parent Academies
• Town Hall Meetings
Students
• Elementary
– Instructional Resource classes
– Youth Relations Bureau Deputy presentations
• Middle/High
– Informational videos
– Youth Relations Bureau Deputy presentations
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Where can I get more information?
• Collier County Public Schools BYOD Website
http://collierschools.com/BYOD
• Bullying Prevention
http://www.collierschools.com/students/bully
ing/index.htm
• Common Sense Media
http://www.commonsensemedia.org/
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How 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 Video
• If 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.
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What 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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