IPad “Rules”

Hello everyone!

I am at the point of the year here in Australia where I a reviewing our iPad Rules in preparation for the start of the 2023 school year and I am curious for some feedback and to see if anyone is willing to share their school iPad Rules? When I search online I am finding a lot of “don’t” type rules.

Our Primary Campus is divided into Junior Primary and Senior Primary and so we also have two sets of iPad rules which aim to be a little more age specific and develop in complexity. These rules more or less are a representation of our Acceptable Usage Policy on the ground…where we are just really trying to avoid the worst that can happen…

I am finding the Senior rules to be “a lot” - but are still not coving all the issues that have arisen this year. In contrast the Junior Rules probably are not enough but I cannot think what’s missing.

Ideas and examples are appreciated!

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October 08, 2022

This is something that really resonated with me at EduTech this year. Keynote by Richard Culatta on focusing on the do’s not the don’ts for Digital Citizenship. I think there is a lot of power in avoiding the word don’t.

I love the simplicity of the language in the iPad License books by Te Akua ki Papamoa School.

https://books.apple.com/au/book/the-ipad-license/id1440560110

October 13, 2022

Thanks Julie. Exactly why I am keen to avoid the “don’ts”.

Have you seen any one-pagers?

October 12, 2022

We have had the same cultural guidelines since before COVID and they still work well!

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October 13, 2022

Thanks for your reply Kerry. I like the visual nature of your guidelines.

The issue I am having is when something goes wrong, the question always seems to be “where is the rule saying that?”.

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