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RISE - Student 1:1 Information

Reaching to Inspire Student Excellence

Reaching to Inspire Student Excellence

 

 

The RISE Vision

East Moline School District #37 is dedicated to using technology by promoting lifelong learning through creativity and collaboration while encouraging community success in an ever-changing world.

 

 

Rigorous, Student-Centered Instruction

  • What impact will a 1:1 environment have on instruction? 

  • Research shows:

    • More engaged learners

    • Better technology skills

    • Implementation is key

 

What it looks like

  • Increased individualized feedback for students

  • Digital/technological literacy integrated into every part of the curriculum

  • Immediate formative data to inform instruction and interventions

  • Expansion of STEAM Programming

 

Our Path Forward

  • Chromebook Devices - 3rd through 8th grade

    • Warranty - 3 yr with accidental damage coverage

    • White Glove Service - to assist in setup and distribution

    • Content Filtering and Classroom Management through LightSpeed

  • 3rd - 8th grade students take devices home 

  • Use existing iPads for K-2 classroom sets

 

Security & Content filtering

Your students online safety and security are important to us.  We have implemented software and other methods to ensure your students are protected at all times while they are using their device.  We will also be enabling a parent portal for you to opt in for weekly reports on web usage.

  • We will use LightSpeed Device Detective to disable and GeoLocate lost or stolen devices.

  • LightSpeed Relay will provide web-based content filtering both on-campus and off.

  • Parents can receive weekly reports of web usage.

  • Email notifications are sent to administrators for search terms involving self-harm, bullying, violence, or any other terms via a customizable list.

 

Managing devices in the Classroom

  • We will use “LightSpeed Classroom” to give staff control over devices in their rooms.

  • View student screens and record them, display activity history, communicate with individuals, monitor progress on assignments, limit web browsing to specific sites to ensure students stay on task.

  • Staff can lock devices to get eyes upfront, or send links for all devices to view at once.

For more information, please see the links below to the Student Handbook and the specific board policies.

 

 

Board Policies

5:125 - Personal Technology and Social Media; Usage and Conduct

6:235 - Access to Electronic Networks

7-140 - Search and Seizure

7-190 - Student Behavior