Preparing In-Class Devices to Take Home for Distance Learning

Classroom technology plans are always transitioning, but it is not often that we experience an event that causes us to have to pivot so quickly. Districts across the US are temporarily closing their doors in an unprecedented fashion and, already, some are facing closures that are longer than they initially expected. In response to extended closures, many are now creating contingency plans that involve online learning. This means that many students will require technology that is provided by the district to use at home.

For schools that have already implemented 1:1 take-home programs this may be a smoother transition, but for many others there is a lot of work to be done to accommodate this change in a short time. We have prepared a few things to think about as you plan for sending in-class devices home with students.

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