Technology Support Technician
Local School Technology Coordinator
Monthly digital citizenship contests for students can be found on the Radloff Landing Page in eCLASS. Students can enter their name in a drawing for free technology like wireless headphones, Bluetooth speakers, drones and more.
2019 -2020 Digital Citizenship Monthly Themes
August: What is Digital Citizenship?
September: Email Safety
October: Cyberbullying & Digital Drama
November: Digital Footprint & Reputation
December: Balancing Media Usage
January: Online Scams & Phishing
February: Credibility of Online Sources
March: Rights of Others when Using Content
April: Online vs Offline Identity
May: Reality of Digital Drama
BYOD Bring Your Own Device
When bringing a device to school (cell phone, tablet or computer) you should use it for educational purposes.
Examples of correct usage: taking pics for a project, playing academic games, using teacher-approved apps in class, reading books online, etc.
Examples of incorrect usage: taking pics of friends during lunch, playing non-academic games, using apps and websites without teacher permission, texting, etc.
Types of Devices to Bring BYOD Information for Students
eCLASS is Gwinnett's digital Content, Learning, Assessment and Support System that is providing the students with an integrated learning management system to enhance their engagement and their learning process.
How to Use eCLASS Pages eCLASS Resources