Monday, 27 July 2009 | 11 Comments
As a PBL school, we have lots of “Student Expectations” at our school for nearly all aspects of an ordinary day (entering the classroom, in the playground, walking through a corridor – we have narrow corridors, formal assembly). In a couple of weeks, there will be another aspect of the “ordinary day” – laptops. So, I’ve drafted some student expectations for the technology committee at my school to discuss.
The PBL program at my school is called “ROAD”, being Respect, Organisation, Application and Determination. And so the expectations fall into those categories:
This is supposed to be a simple document which will be turned into a poster for classrooms. It’s also a way to permeate a common language through-out the school that teacher’s can remind students about.
I was also going to add the quote “‘with privilege, comes responsibility”, found in the PowerPoint file at the bottom of this page: Strategies & Tips from teachers for classroom management issues with laptops.
Anything I’ve missed? Any suggestions?
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