Last modified on 10/27/2020
With TTSD moving to 1:1 for students (each student issued a device), there have been "learning occasions" when students have made choices with their technology devices that need redirection. This article steps staff through the process to move a student's account into a "Restricted Access" mode for a duration of time to help reinforce appropriate use of their technology device.
If/When a student is repeatedly breaking the technology rules set forth in our Students Rights & Responsibility Handbook or by parent request, it's possible to request that their student account/device be placed in a "restricted access" mode to help redirect them towards appropriate behavior. Below are the steps to set this up for a student:
- Teachers in the school/parents communicate to administrator (or designee) behavior issues with student and device.
- Administrator works with counselor, dean, learning specialist, etc. on appropriate PBIS response to correct behavior.
- As a short term "intervention", a school administrator can place a Tech Request with the student's ID asking for the student to be placed in restricted access.
- The school technician will then move the student into the "Restricted Access" group for the pre-determined amount of time.
Restricted Access Includes:
iPads (Grades K-8) :
- No Air Drop
- No Camera << ALLOWED NOW (as of 5/1/2020) during Distance Learning
- No iMessage/Messaging
- No YouTube/YouTube TV/YouTube Music
Chromebooks & iPads (Grades K-12):
- Limited Internet access. Removal of the following sites and/or categories:
- Block Chat/Chat Extended
- Block Entertainment
- Block Gambling
- Block Games category
- Block Hate Speech
- Block Peer to Peer
- Block Remote Login
- Block Shopping/Auction
- Block Streaming Internet Radio
- Block Streaming Media including YouTube
- Block VoIP
- Curfew imposed from 11pm-6am