I teach 5 sophomores and all of them have Chromebooks. What I don’t have are the daily technology struggles such as bringing charged Chromebooks to class. The other juniors and seniors don’t own one and don’t even get them started on that issue.
How can I help you support your students by being prepared for class regardless of my current situation? Here are some questions to think about:
- What expectations have been set by you as the teacher?
- What expectations are in place through Broomfield High School’s 1:Web Pilot Program?
- What expectations are in place through BVSD?
The expectations that are currently in place at Broomfield High School and BVSD are below:
- All parents and students signed the 1:Web Agreement before they were issued Chromebooks. I have highlighted several sections of the agreement below that may help you address student struggles and remind them of Chromebook user expectations.
- In addition, all families signed the BVSD Appropriate Use of Technology Resources document. Take a look through it!
I hope these two resources will help:
- reinforce your own classroom Chromebook expectations and
- remind students and their families what they signed and agreed to as a student in BVSD and the 1:Web Pilot Program.
In the upcoming weeks, I will share a video with you reminding students of the Chromebook expectations at Broomfield High School. It’s never too late! Please let me know if you have any suggestions or questions.
Have a great Tech Thursday!