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Lincoln Lower School Student Technology Guidelines

September 2012

Lincoln Lower School Student Technology Guidelines

Grades 4-5

September 2010

 

At Lincoln School we have many wonderful and valuable technologies available to us. Our computer network and its hardware, software and Internet connection is very powerful, and we must treat them responsibly. These guidelines below tell you what is acceptable behavior while working with technology at Lincoln. It is important to read, remember and follow these guidelines. When you and your teacher sign this paper, it means that you agree to them for the whole school year.

General Rules and Regulations:

•Keep all food and drinks far, far away from the computers. This means out of the computer room.

• The only changes you can make to the computer are the ones that you are permitted to make by your account settings. Please respect these limits.

•Always log out of your account when you are finished. If you find someone else’s account still logged in at a computer, try to save their work and log them out immediately, or ask a teacher for help.

•Before Printing I will:

  • Ask a teacher for permission to print
  • Click print preview to make sure my document looks the way I want it to
  • Click the print button one time and wait patiently, remembering that sometimes documents “queue up” and take a while to print

•Be helpful to those around you.

•Leave no trace in the computer lab.

Online Rules and Regulations:

•It is always assumed that you are using online resources for an academic purpose.

•You must ask permission from a teacher before using the Internet and a teacher must be in the room.

•Never give out any personal information over the computer.

•Do not send or receive email, answer online surveys, play games or attempt to purchase any items.

•Do not download files.

•Information gathered from the Internet must be properly cited. You will learn how to do this in class.

•If you accidentally enter an inappropriate area, quickly close the window and tell your teacher.

• Your online behavior should be held to the same standards as your offline behavior – anything you wouldn’t do in person you shouldn’t do using a computer. Even though you aren’t given a Lincoln School email account, we recognize that email and instant messaging are a popular way to communicate. Respect for faculty, staff and fellow students is expected. Excessive online teasing, insulting remarks, bullying and intimidation are not allowed; this includes letters and messages that originate from home.

Grades 4-5


At Lincoln School we have many wonderful and valuable technologies available to us. Our computer network and its hardware, software and Internet connection is very powerful, and we must treat them responsibly. These guidelines below tell you what is acceptable behavior while working with technology at Lincoln. It is important to read, remember and follow these guidelines. When you and your teacher sign this paper, it means that you agree to them for the whole school year.


General Rules and Regulations:
•Keep all food and drinks far, far away from the computers. This means out of the computer room.
• The only changes you can make to the computer are the ones that you are permitted to make by your account settings. Please respect these limits.
•Always log out of your account when you are finished. If you find someone else’s account still logged in at a computer, try to save their work and log them out immediately, or ask a teacher for help.
•Before Printing I will:
→Ask a teacher for permission to print
→Click print preview to make sure my document looks the way I want it to
→Click the print button one time and wait patiently, remembering that sometimes documents “queue up” and take a while to print
•Be helpful to those around you.
•Leave no trace in the computer lab.

Online Rules and Regulations:
•It is always assumed that you are using online resources for an academic purpose.
•You must ask permission from a teacher before using the Internet and a teacher must be in the room.
•Never give out any personal information over the computer.
•Do not send or receive email, answer online surveys, play games or attempt to purchase any items.
•Do not download files.
•Information gathered from the Internet must be properly cited. You will learn how to do this in class.
•If you accidentally enter an inappropriate area, quickly close the window and tell your teacher.
• Your online behavior should be held to the same standards as your offline behavior – anything you wouldn’t do in person you shouldn’t do using a computer. Even though you aren’t given a Lincoln School email account, we recognize that email and instant messaging are a popular way to communicate. Respect for faculty, staff and fellow students is expected. Excessive online teasing, insulting remarks, bullying and intimidation are not allowed; this includes letters and messages that originate from home.


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