[aisle] Tagging iPad Bricks and Cords

Katherine Udstuen kudstuen at bhsd228.com
Wed May 29 08:26:25 CDT 2019

That definitely sounds like a disaster. I'm sorry I don't have a great
solution. What grade level(s) are you working with?

We are a 1:1 iPad High School District. Our students keep their iPads,
chargers, and cords with them as long as they're enrolled in the District.
They take them home each night to use for homework and projects. They
charge them at home, but we also have charging stations in each classroom,
study hall, and in the library. Our students are also responsible for their
devices over the summer. The only students who return items are those who
are transferring out of the District. That said, those students rarely
still have their chargers and cords and we fine them for those items. We
encourage students to mark their blocks and cords with sharpies or tape in
a way that they can easily identify them.

Katie Udstuen
Tinley Park High School

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On Wed, May 29, 2019 at 8:10 AM Amy Bendall via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> Hi,
> Our district recently went 1:1 with iPads and it has been a complete *disaster
> *as far as collecting cords and cables.
> Instead of insisting that all chargers go home, the district gave the kids
> a choice (oh and did I mention none of it was barcoded or tagged in any way
> that it was school property) so the kids just took each other’s and now we
> are trying to collect them (LOL).
> I know we are not the first school to roll out 1:1 with iPads. How does
> your school handle the brick and cord? Are both pieces tagged? Do they all
> go home? How do they charge them at school?
> Thank you! We definitely need some work and since no one else is trying to
> solve this debacle, I am putting it on myself to solve :☺
> Thanks,
> Amy
> Amy Bendall
> Antioch CCSD 34 District Library Media Specialist
> Antioch, IL
> 847-838-8335
> Currently reading:
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