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Tablet PC Guidelines... What Every Klein Student Must Know. Congratulations on your new tablet PC! Your tablet comes with an extended battery a power cord a personal Klein ISD case Let’s see how it works. Your Tablet PC. Your extended battery is already on your tablet.

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Tablet pc guidelines what every klein student must know

Tablet PC

Guidelines...

What Every

Klein Student

Must Know


Your tablet pc

Congratulations on your new tablet PC!

Your tablet comes with

an extended battery

a power cord

a personal Klein ISD case

Let’s see how it works.

Your Tablet PC


The extended battery

Your extended battery is already on your tablet.

Notice it is just a flat, thin battery.

The Extended Battery


Adding the extended battery

Make sure to lock the extended battery

The red should not be showing

You MUST keep the extended battery on your tablet at all times.

Adding the Extended Battery


Checking the extended battery

Checking the Extended Battery

Press the button on the front to see the indicator of how much battery is left.


Placing the tablet in the case

All 4 corners should be secured behind the plastic.

You MUST keep the tablet in the case at all times.

Placing the Tablet in the Case


Checking your corners

Checking Your Corners

  • It’s important to know how to remove and place your tablet in the case.

  • Periodically you should remove your tablet from the case and check the corners for damage.

  • If you find damage, turn in a Work Order, put the date you discovered the damage and describe the possible accident.


Opening your tablet pc

Slide the silver button to the right to open the tablet.

Slide the silver button to the right to turn on the computer.

Opening Your Tablet PC


Logging in

If you haven’t changed your password

Login to one of the desktop computers in your classroom

It will then prompt you to change your password

After changing your password go back to your tablet and log in

Logging In


Logging in1

The network login screen will appear. Select OK.

Type your username: s and 6 digit ID#

ex: s123456.

Type your password. You should have created a new password in your English class.

Note: If you already changed your password this year, log in with that information.

Logging In


Check your battery

Your tablet is not fully charged. Once logged in you will be able to check your battery. Click on the battery icon in the notification area on the bottom right part of your screen.

If you lose battery power during this period, a few students at a time can take turns plugging in. You can also look onto a neighbor’s tablet to follow along.

Check Your Battery


Going to tablet mode

Remove the tablet corners from under the plastic.

Swivel the screen CLOCKWISE only.

Going to Tablet Mode


Turning the tablet screen

Never try to force the screen in the other direction. Forcing the screen could result in damaging the tablet monitor, which is avery expensive item to replace.

Turning the Tablet Screen


Turning the tablet screen1

Place the tablet screen back under the plastic.

Lay the screen down until it clicks and latches.

Remove the Velcro cover to view the screen.

Turning the Tablet Screen


Screen orientation

To change the orientation of the screen, use your stylus or finger and tap the double arrow button.

You can change the display to portrait or landscape in different directions.

Screen Orientation


Steps to closing your tablet pc

Remove the corners from the plastic.

2. Swivel the screen counter clockwise until it sets in place.

Steps to closing your Tablet PC


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3. Once the screen faces you, place the tablet corners back in the plastic.

4. Shut the tablet until it closes.

Steps to closing your Tablet PC


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Steps to closing your Tablet PC

  • Always make sure to zip the case so your tablet is secure.

  • Not zipping your case could result in the tablet sliding out and being damaged.


Charging your tablet

Plug in your power supply into the back of the tablet every night in order to have a fully charged computer for the next school day.

Charging Your Tablet


Your homework every night is to charge your tablet

YOUR HOMEWORK EVERY NIGHT IS TO CHARGE YOUR TABLET.


Five day rule

Five Day Rule

  • As soon as you know there is something wrong with your tablet, turn in a work order.

  • You MUST turn in a work order within FIVE days of the accident or malfunction.

  • Failure to do so may result in you having to pay for the repair.

  • It is important to turn it in as soon as you know there is a problem.


Five days got it

FIVE DAYS, Got it?


Online work order

Online Work Order

  • This year, after the first day, there will be no paper work order forms.

  • All repair requests will be completed online.

  • You can access the repair work order website while you are on campus.

  • You will not be able to submit a work order from home.


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Online Work Order

  • You can turn in a work order on any computer – your tablet, the computers in the classroom, the library computers, etc.

  • It does NOT have to be completed on your personal tablet.

  • The Work Order Request (WOR) is an online form, so it does require an internet connection.


Logging in to the wor

Logging in to the WOR

  • Links to WOR will be available in LMS and on StudentNet

  • You will login using your Klein login & password s and 6 digit ID#

    • ex: s123456


Was it an accident

Was it an Accident?

  • Now you need to answer whether it was an accident or not.


Examples of accidents

Examples of Accidents

  • Tablet fell or was dropped and broke.

  • Student fell with tablet or backpack.

  • Accidentally dropped tablet or backpack.


Examples of non accident

Examples of Non-Accident

  • Screen is loose

  • Stylus is broken

  • Touch screen not working

  • Mouse not working

  • Keys not working

  • Software Issues

  • Internet Problems

  • Not latching

  • Not Charging

  • Black Screen

  • Won’t Turn On


Describe your problem

Describe Your Problem

  • You will get different screens depending on whether it was an accident or not.

  • Either way, please explain what happened and what is wrong with your tablet in detail.

  • You must answer all questions in order to proceed.

  • Click “save” when done.


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Describe Your Problem

Example of what you will need to complete.


Submitted

Submitted!

  • After clicking save, you will get a message that you have successfully updated the form. Click OK.

  • After clicking OK, it will log you out of the Work Order Request System and take you to StudentNet.


What next

What Next?

  • Now, take your tablet to the repair center during the designated times on your campus.

  • When you get there, the repair center secretary will make sure your form is complete.

  • IF YOU HAVE NOT ANSWERED the questions APPROPRIATELY and COMPLETELY, you will be sent back to class to edit your work order.


Editing your work order

Editing Your Work Order

  • You will log back into the online WOR system.

  • Once logged in, you should see the work orders you have submitted.

  • Click on the top one to edit it.


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Editing Your Work Order

  • Go back and make sure your statement is complete.

  • Click Save when you are finished.


Tablet pc guidelines what every klein student must know

Good Answers


Examples of good answers

Examples of Good Answers

  • “I accidentally dropped a textbook on my tablet while taking it out of my backpack. Left side of tablet is cracked and several keys flew off the tablet on impact.”

  • “I accidentally knocked a cup over and it spilled on my tablet when I put my bag down in class. Tablet will not turn on anymore.”


Examples of good answers1

Examples of Good Answers

  • “My tablet fell off my desk when someone walked by and accidentally knocked it off. The hinge is loose and the screen won’t stay up.”

  • “I accidentally dropped my tablet in the hallway when bumped by a student running and now the screen flickers and the hinge is wobbly.”


Tablet pc guidelines what every klein student must know

Incomplete

Answers


Examples of bad answers

Examples of Bad Answers

  • “Accidentally spilled Dr. Pepper on Tablet in commons.” (didn’t say what is wrong with tablet)

  • “Screen is cracked” (didn’t say how it happened or where it happened)


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Examples of Bad Answers

  • “Accidentally dropped on floor on way to class.” (didn’t say what is wrong with tablet)

  • “I dropped it.” (didn’t say what is wrong with tablet or where it happened)


Student responsibilities

Student Responsibilities

  • Return your Tablet PC fully charged everyday to school

  • Carry your Tablet PC in the case at all times

  • Do not loan your Tablet PC to anyone…this is YOUR learning tool

  • You may NOT play games, load or download any software, music or pictures on the Tablet PC unless instructed by a teacher to do so


Student responsibilities cont

Student Responsibilities (cont.)

  • Do not place food or liquids near your Tablet PC

  • No stickers, skins, or other adhesive objects on your Tablet PC

  • Never leave your Tablet PC unattended in school or in a vehicle

  • Tablet PCs are NOT to be used on Klein buses

  • Take care of your Tablet!


Student responsibilities cont1

Student Responsibilities (cont.)

  • Backup all important documents or files to your N:Drive, or network drive on a weekly basis. You cannot access this network drive from home, so keep all working files on your My Documents folder

  • It is your responsibility to bring your tablet to school everyday


Student discipline minor

Student Discipline (Minor)

  • Listed below are some minor infractions and the consequences for each

Type of InfractionConsequence

Unauthorized programs (Limewire, Frostwire, Deskspace, etc) Reimage, 2 hrs det. (Level I)

Games, MoviesReimage, 2 hrs det. (Level I)

ProxiesReimage, 2 hrs det. (Level I)

No cases2 hrs det. (Level I)

Writing on caseRestitution required (Level 1)

Letting other students use computer2 hrs det. (Level I)

Leaving computer unattendedPossible discipline

Giving password to another student2 hrs det. (Level I)

Being off task in class (accessing Internet, playing games)Address per campus procedures (Level 1)

Inappropriate websitesAddress as necessary depending on

Giving files to other students on flash drivesAddress per campus procedures (Level 1)

Theft of stylusAddress per campus procedures (Level 1)

Theft of filesAddress per campus procedures

Cheating on tests/quizzes using technologyAddress per campus procedures (Level 1)

Chat sitesAddress per campus procedures (Level 1)


Student discipline major

Student Discipline (Major)

  • Listed below are some (not all) major infractions and the consequences for each

Possession of pornography/Any content that is sexual in nature(Based on the severity of the offense, this consequence could range from ISS to expulsion.)

A minimum of 3 days ISS for first time offense -- DAEP placement for subsequent infractions. Possible expulsion and/or criminal charges if determined to be underage pornography. Distribution of pornography – DAEP placement

Intentional damage to tablet

Consult KISD police for $ amount and possible restitution and/or criminal charges to be filed. Could range from ISS to DAEP placement or possible expulsion. Charges can reach State Jail Felony for destruction of school property.

Access to violent websites, movies

Depending on content, could range from ISS to DAEP placement


Tablet discipline major

Tablet Discipline (Major)

Hacking into school databases/Hacking software

DAEP placement or possible expulsion

Obtaining personal information of staff/students with intent to do harm

DAEP placement or possible expulsion

Cyber-bullying

Discipline based upon specifics—could range from ISS to DAEP placement

Home movies with inappropriate content (pornography, drug use, gang references)

Could range from ISS to DAEP placement

Pictures of fellow students (underage or inappropriate)

Discipline/Criminal charges based upon specifics—could range from ISS to DAEP or possible expulsion


How many days

How Many Days?

5


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