Dover American International School recognizes the educational value of students and staff utilizing electronic communications systems to enhance learning through the responsible access to global information and communication. We believe that the internet offers vast, diverse and unique resources that can aid in the provision of educational excellence through resource sharing, data collection and communication. Students are introduced to positive computer ethics and are taught the skills to be respectful and safe “cyber citizens” in the digital age.
Middle School and High School students are required to bring their personal laptops to school each day and secure them when not in use in the classroom. Google classroom is an integral component of our instruction and communication. DAIS provides student access to EBSCO and Infobase online libraries to facilitate research in class and from home. Student textbooks are placed online for download which provides immediate access on student devices. Our classrooms are equipped with Wifi and digital boards to enhance instruction capabilities.
The internet is an electronic highway connecting millions of computers and individual subscribers all over the world. At DAIS teachers and students have access to
With access to computers, there is an availability of material that is of educational value in the context of the school setting. At DAIS we believe that the information and interaction available on this worldwide network far outweighs the possibility that users may procure material that is not consistent with the educational goals of our school.
Student access must be consistent with the educational objectives and policies of the school. The transmission of any material in violation of any law or regulations is prohibited. This includes the download and use of copyright material, threatening and pornographic material, and the use of product advertisement or political lobbying. Cyberbullying is not tolerated and carries disciplinary consequences.
Students must treat all computer equipment with care; they are held responsible for any items that are improperly handled and/or broken intentionally.