Monday, May 23, 2016

What happens if my student forgets his Chromebook at home?

There will be NO loaner devices.  Students are expected to bring their Chromebook to school each day, just as they are expected to bring their textbooks, notebooks, and homework that is due.  If a teacher has planned a lesson utilizing the Chromebook, a student will be considered unprepared for that class period.

If a student's Chromebook is not working as expected, they will need to bring their Chromebook to the IT office.  We will evaluate the device.  If an immediate resolution is not possible a maintenance spare will be issued.  The maintenance spare will be used by the student until their original Chromebook is repaired.  The original student issued Chromebook will be required in the IT office before a maintenance spare will be issued.

6 comments:

  1. I agree with this post, in our classes we have always required to carry a chrome book as well. An entire day is wasted if we do not bring it to the class. I remember I had a science class in senior year and I forgot my chrome book at home. Not only was my science class wasted but I couldn’t note down the assignment requirements we had for our assignment submission. Later I had to search for a top university assignment writing service and surprisingly it turned out well. But I still won’t be making that mistake again.

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  2. Why not create another AI based application better than Chromebook to make it easier for students. According to experts at the Dissertation Writing Service, Chromebooks may not be as effective in planning lessons as students would expect them to be.

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