Teacher vs. Student iPad (Elementary)

A Teacher iPad in Elementary is:

A Student iPad in Elementary is:

· Registered to Airwatch with a staff/grade level code. There should be an Airwatch and an App Catalog app on the iPad that you should NOT remove.

· NOT configured nor restricted by Airwatch—all restrictions set on this iPad are set by the teacher using the teacher’s restriction code that the teacher created.

· Signed in to the Apple Store as your teacher apple ID which is your school email and your password that only you know.

· Able to download “free” apps from app store.

· Able to download any apps previously downloaded by you from App store.

· Able to download any apps pushed from Airwatch from the app catalog (part of Airwatch). Log in to the app catalog is your teacher network username and password.

· To be used as your learning tool with your notes, iBooks, email, etc.

· Your responsibility to make sure your email is NOT set up on it if students are using your iPad.

·  Not to be used by students, but if you do allow, it is your responsibility to restrict personal or teaching data from students.

·  Most likely an iPad 3 which uses the larger VGA adapter and charging cable—unless you have received yours in the last year.

·  Your responsibility to keep updated, charged, and on-campus.

 

· Configured and restricted by the school’s Apple Configurator.

· Registered to Airwatch with a student/grade level code. There should be an Airwatch and an App Catalog app on the iPad that you should NOT remove.

· Signed in to the app store as a generic school student apple ID which you can get from your coordinator.

· Able to download “free” apps from app store.

· Able to download any apps previously downloaded by you with this generic apple ID from App store.

· Able to download any apps pushed from Airwatch from the app catalog (part of Airwatch). Get the login and password to the app catalog for your student iPads from your coordinator.

· Restricted by Airwatch—all student iPads have a restriction profile on them set up by the coordinator.

· Able to be “extra” restricted by you using the school restriction code you added to your student iPad—for example if you want to temporarily turn of safari. Some schools have one generic code they use for all student iPads. Check with your coordinator.

· Not passcode protected. If you want to prevent a student from setting a passcode, you have to add one, but then you have to type it in so the students won’t know it. Some teachers have decided to leave it without a passcode and tell their students not to set one.

·  To be used by students on a regular basis in your classroom and can be used by your grade level for whole-class projects.

· Possibly an iPad 1, 2, or 3, or an iPad mini or iPad retina display. The newer iPads use a lightening to VGA adapter and charging cable that is smaller. If you want to project your iPad mini or iPad retina display, you need to purchase a Lightening to VGA adapter.  

· Your responsibility to keep updated, charged, and on-campus.