The safe use of technology is not second nature – it must be taught. As a parent, the question is when to ask your child for a phone, too much screen time and online harassment. To address these concerns, it is important to set limits and teach the safe use of technology. One way to do this is by creating a contract or contract for the family media. You need an agreed time limit for each device. This may change or adapt over time. This should also apply when the technology is not allowed. This could mean that “no technology at the dining table” or “no technology one hour before bedtime” rules are applied. It is important that you set consistent limits for time of use and what types of technology are allowed. Despite the impressive scale of school and district involvement, if we take a closer look at the impact of the network on students and teachers, the picture is much less bright, as the type of access to the network is very limited in most ShareNet schools. At one level, ShareNet is an example of a very successful district-level initiative to create a regional telecommunications network. The network includes 54 school districts in two states, 462 schools with more than 250,000 students and 18,000 teachers. A family media contract should be created when your child is using technology for the first time without your supervision.
This could include the ability for them to play video games in their room or give access to the family computer for a school project. Whatever the situation, here are some factors that should be included in the family media contract. Family media contracts help convey the proper use of technology and deliver expectations. They allow you to start an open conversation with your children and encourage them to be part of decision-making. By creating a family media contract, your children know their limits and have concrete consequences to break them. SPONSORSHIP TEACHER. I have read the terms and conditions of THSNet and I agree to promote this agreement with the student. Since the student can use the network for individual work or in another class, I cannot be held responsible for the use of the network. As a support teacher, I agree to inform the student of an acceptable use of the network and the correct network label.
INTERNET access is now available to students and teachers at Truman High School. We are very pleased to offer this access to Truman High School and believe that THSNet offers immense, varied and unique resources to students and teachers. Our goal in providing this service to teachers and students is to promote educational excellence in independence schools by facilitating resource exchange, innovation and communication. Technology is changing rapidly, and there is a lot of media that children have access to. If there is another multimedia form for which you want to create a contract, here you will find a basic template that you can customize if necessary.