The iPad Oath: 10 Rules For iPad Use In The Classroom

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The iPad Oath: 10 Rules For iPad Use In The Classroom

If you’re lucky enough to have gone to a 1:1 environment–with iPads–you may have discovered that as easy as the tablets are to use, there are some challenges. While media production can be an issue, as can workflow and devices security, simply establishing a common set of rules for iPad use in the classroom will go a long way towards a common set of expectations.

techchef4u.com recently shared the following iPad Oath, and the rules cover the basics: ownership, time on-task, charging, app installation and removal, jailbreaking, and consent to routine inspection by the district.

We’re not quite sure what a “juice bar” is, but it’s probably some kind of in-school tech support desk or charging station that serves as a catch-all for iPad issues.

Take to the comments section below to add ideas you think they might’ve missed.

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  • Diane H

    Please consider these letters to LAUSD from medical doctors and researchers imploring them to use wired technology in the classrooms: http://www.wifiinschools.com/lausd-testimony.html

    Wireless classrooms emit radiation and this is harmful to our students AND faculty.