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Sub-Committee Meetings

Sub-Committee 3/B/2 Meeting - January 11, 2010

Location:

North High

Committee Members:

Rob Gaugh

Angela Lolley

Gerry Sander

 

Agenda Items

1.  Review needs asessment data

2.  Discussed pros and cons of a variety of types of One to One options

3.  Planned for 1-25-10 meeting

Actions Taken

Summary

Below are the items discussed by the subcommittee

Proposals for One to One

 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 
Proposals for One to One
 
 
  1. Bring your own device and district provide to those who do not have one.
 
Pros                                                                            
Parent may provide better device
Reduced cost for district (possibly)
Students may take better care of personal device
 
Cons
Who sets minimum standards
Safeguarding network
MAC vs. PC and type of PC
Software compatibility
Instructional value with multiple types of devices
Possibility of most people choosing to have district provide
Who determines economic need?
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
How do you work on other people’s device (liability?)
Who has the knowledge to work on multiple devices?
 
 
  1. Lease device for all and district will pay
    • Student fee $125-$150 annually
    • How do we address those who can not afford fee?
    • Is this a legal issue with a free and appropriate education?
 
Pros
Access 24-7 for all
The same device and applications for all
Possible increased instructional value with same device
 
Cons
Storage space for extra devices, batteries for check-out and, work area for repair
Public support for major expenditure???
Who determines economic need or inability to pay fee?
No student e-mail to collaborate with (standardization)
 
Possible FTE considerations (staffing)
Tech to repair
Staff development person
Use of students who earn credit
 

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