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1 ST JOHNS PARK HIGH SCHOOL BYOD POLICY What is BYOD? Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD) refers to students bringing a personally owned device to school for the purpose of learning. A personally owned device is any technology device brought into the school and is owned by a student or the student's family. There are different models of BYOD. Marrickville High School has chosen a BYOD model that will meet the needs of most families. From 2014 Marrickville High School students will have the option to bring their own laptop or tablet to school. The laptop or tablet must be able to connect to the school WiFi network (the device must have dual band frequency) and have specific software or apps installed including: Word processing (e.g.. Microsoft Word, Pages, Google Drive) Spreadsheet (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Numbers, Google Drive) Presentation (e.g. Microsoft PowerPoint, Keynote, Google Drive) Notetaking (e.g. Evernote) Internet browser with flash enabled (e.g. Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari) Antivirus software (All devices must have an active antivirus software installed. ipads and Chromebooks do not need antivirus). Before students bring their devices to school, they will be required to sign a BYOD Student Agreement that sets out how the device can be used at school. Please refer to 'Student Agreement' and 'Device specification' in this section for more details, particularly on the technical requirements of connecting to the school WiFi. Why BYOD? Marrickville High School will begin the BYOD program in 2014 and will roll out BYOD to all students willing to participate. The school recognises the need to prepare our students for a rapidly-changing world, where technology plays a large role in our personal, social and professional lives. We believe that students want to have access to devices in class any time any where as do most adults in the worksite and at home. Bring Your Own Device, or BYOD, is a technological trend in education and in the corporate world. BYOD recognises that technology and choices about technology are very much personal. BYOD acknowledges technology in education means more than meeting specific curriculum requirements. BYOD is designed to give you, as students and families, freedom to make technology choices that suit you and all your circumstances. How does it work? In 2015, students in Years 7-10 are expected to bring their own computing device to school every day. We are making recommendations as to the model of device you may choose to bring. Or you can bring something of your own choosing that meets our Device Specification. There is also some software that you have must on the device. In most cases there are free options for software. You are required to sign a User Charter that sets out how the device can be used at school. A member of the school staff, the BYOD Technical Support Officer, is available to answer questions and to give assistance. However, the school does not manage, support, own or warranty the device - it's your device. What type of device can we bring? A range of devices in a range of price categories meet the Device Specification:

2 It may be a laptop. It may be a tablet with a keyboard (Smaller tablet devices may be half the price of a larger sized ultra-book. You should carefully consider all your options for purchase and lease/rent-to-buy. Consider also that a good quality device could comfortably last four years.) Some of the Device Specification requirements are quite particular. If you choose one of our recommended devices, you won't have to worry about whether it ticks all the requirements. Additionally, it's possible you already own or use a device which meets the Device Specification, in which case just bring that. Our Device Purchasing section explains how you can purchase a recommended device as well as the advantages that come with doing so. Device Security The school does not own the device, support the device or warranty the device. Experience from the previous Commonwealth-funded Digital Education Revolution scheme indicates that students who took good care of their device and considered themselves the device's owner rarely had device security issues. If you are concerned the device is going to be broken, lost or stolen, you may wish to consider specific accidental damage insurance for the device. You can specifically list the item on your home contents insurance, or you can purchase an Accidental Damage Protection plan for your device. Accidental Damage Protection is available as an option for all our recommended devices. You may also consider using a device locator service. These services include the "Find my ipad" service built in to Apple ios devices, "Prey" for Windows or "LoJack for Laptops". Internet access on the device will be filtered at school and students will be prohibited from connecting to other networks while at school. What is BYOD? " School Policy Marrickville High School BYOD Policy Statement and Guidelines: Students and parents are requested to read our school BYOD policy. It has been compiled to address most of the concerns parents or students may have regarding the program. Before students are allowed to join the school WiFi network, parents and students must sign the Student Agreement and return it to the school. The agreement stipulates reading this policy. BYOD Policy and Student Agreement v6 (pdf 1455 KB) The student agreement can be found on the 4th page (page 2) of the policy. Students are required to complete the agreement and return it to the school to have access to the school WiFi network. Connecting your device How to connect your device to school WiFi We have attached instruction below that will show you how to connect your device to our school network. The instructions cover connecting the following devices: Windows 7 laptops and tablets

3 ipads and iphones Macbook Pro and Macbook Air ipads and iphones Chromebook Android devices Windows 8 devices will be coming soon Instructions: Wi-Fi Instructions (doc 2005 KB) Please you must submit your user agreement before connecting to the school Wi-Fi. If you use the Wi-Fi do not note that this word document is password protected. Once you complete and submit the 'Student Remember: Your device MUST HAVE 5 GHz wireless capabilities. This may be advertised as "Dual Band Wireless", "802.11abgn", "802.11agn", "802.11ac" or "Gigabit Wireless". 3G/4G Devices 3G/4G devices which bypass DEC filters and ARE NOT to be brought to school and used in the BYOD program. Using your device

4 In a BYOD learning environment, students will be using a range of devices. For example some students may be using ipads while others are using Chromebooks. Below is a guide on what software or apps to use for a range of common learning activities depending on what device students have. This guide will be posted prominently in learning spaces around the school. Office 356 & Google Apps OVERVIEW Microsoft Office 365 and Google Apps for Education will be available for use by students and teachers in term Both sets of tools are supporting teaching and learning around the world and now will support NSW DEC. Students and teachers will be able to access both via a web browser from school and home. As part of the Microsoft Office 365 service, students and staff can download and install Microsoft Office on their personal devices. TEACH & LEARN WITH MICROSOFT (NSW DoE/Microsoft) Teach & Learn with Office 365 Access Guide (pdf 2272 KB) Teach & Learn with Microsoft 365 (website) NSW DEC PRIVACY INFORMATION MS Office 365 (pdf 345 KB) Google Apps (pdf 207 KB) Complaint Resolution (pdf 236 KB) Student Downloads Microsoft & Adobe Software for Students All NSW DEC students are eligible to download and licence Adobe and Microsoft software onto personally owned devices. Students will need to use student address to register. One download per application only. Click on the link below: Academic Software Download Downloads - Staff To access the Department of Education and Communities Webstore click on the link below: (Note - You will first need to register with your DEC user name and portal password to created an account before you can use the webstore). DEC Webstore Software

5 B.Y.O.D. What is BYOD? Why BYOD? School Policy Connecting your device Using your device Office 356 & Google Apps Student Downloads Downloads - Staff Device Specifications and Safety School Wireless Compatibility Device Security School Wireless Compatibility Before you buy a device MAKE SURE IT HAS 5 GHz CAPABILITY. This may be advertised as "Dual Band Wireless", "802.11abgn", "802.11agn", "802.11ac" or "Gigabit Wireless". Device Security Please note that the school does not own the device, support the device or warranty the device. Experience from the previous Commonwealth-funded Digital Education Revolution scheme indicates that students who took good care of their device and considered themselves the device's owner rarely had device security issues. If you are concerned the device is going to be broken, lost or stolen, you may wish to consider specific accidental loss and breakage insurance for the device.

6 You may also consider using a device locator service. These services include the "Find my ipad" service built in to Apple ios devices, "Prey" for Windows or "LoJack for Laptops". Internet access on the device will be filtered at school and students will be prohibited from connecting to other networks while at school. Device Specifications and Safety Please read the specification before you purchase your device and ensure the device has the required capabilities outlined in the specifications. Device Specifications (pdf 57 KB) Intel and Microsoft Parents Guide to School Devices Parents Guide to Windows Devices (website link) Apple Computers and Education Apple and Education (website link) A Student Guide to electronic Portable Device Safety Electronic Device Safety Guide (pdf 569 KB) School Wireless Compatibility Before you buy a device MAKE SURE IT HAS 5 GHz CAPABILITY. This may be advertised as "Dual Band Wireless", "802.11abgn", "802.11agn", "802.11ac" or "Gigabit Wireless".

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