Ict Agreement

All schools have ICT agreements that students and parents must sign to use technology in this particular school context. That`s why it`s important for students to know and understand these agreements before using technology. This learning sequence aims to familiarize students not only with the content of the ICT agreement, but also with the reasons for the creation of the agreement. Allowing students to access the “why” behind the agreement helps students internalize the concepts that underlie responsible digital citizenship and ensure that students actually follow the rules and protocols described in it. The directive does not apply to students. See the agreement on the acceptable use of students. Schools are responsible for writing their own student use policies. You will find templates and guides to work with students under Bullystoppers: Student acceptable use agreement. Once the rules put in place by the students have been shared and verified, compare them to the school`s ICT agreement, which will contain a number of rules and behaviours that students would follow. As a means of interaction and expression: Provide access to a secure collaborative space such as the school`s online sharing platform, Google Docs or collaborate in Microsoft 365.

You can download a copy of the agreement online so that students (either in full class or in groups) can edit, comment on and update it. Give each student a packet of notes. Explain that they should write individually as many different dangers as you can imagine they might experience online or using technology. Make sure there is only one idea per grip note. View a timer set at an agreed time. Examples of expected students may include: visiting an inappropriate website, consulting a computer virus, moral harassment, depositing personal data, depositing a tablet/laptop, etc. As a means of expression, students can use an online tool to create their affinity card instead of physical adhesion notes. For students who use a common computer, an appropriate tool that does not require registration is Note.ly. For students who want to work online, use Padlet (free but necessary registration).

Other online tools contain notes from Microsoft Sticky. ICT resources are all equipment, applications, software and networks held by the Department. These include laptops, printers, scanners, cameras, USB sticks, email and Internet use. Organize a way for students to create rules for each identified topic. As a couple or in small groups, you may want to consider using Padlet or any other online tool like this. It is a free tool with which students can work in real time in an online room by placing “virtual adhesion notes” around subjects. Each adhesion note could define the rule. The Acceptable Use Directive describes the appropriate use of the Department`s information, communication and technology resources. One of the most important concepts of the digital technology program is interaction and impact. The concept of interaction and impact focuses on all aspects of human interaction with and through information systems, as well as the enormous potential for positive and negative economic, environmental and social impact that these systems allow.

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