Teaching 1:1 Responsibility

How do you leverage management tools to implicitly and directly teach responsibility and ethical use to your user base? How do you empower users while maintaining a degree of administrative control and keep your OS and equipment secure?

Learn how management tools, along with training (in-person or virtual), can allow users to be device administrators and teach them to be responsible stewards of technology.

Use case examples from Montclair Kimberley Academy’s 1:1 Initiative (1400+ devices) to include: Driver’s Manual, Driver’s Test, documentation (AUP, etc.), network policies, firewall setting, protocol monitoring, log analysis and JAMF Casper Suite.

 Key Concepts:

  • Mobile Device Management
  • 1:1 device management
  • Policy and procedure development
  • Network administration
  • Student leadership

Foundational Lecture – 75 Minutes


William Stites, Montclair Kimberley Academy

Bill StitesWilliam is the Director of Technology for Montclair Kimberley Academy and Blogger-in-Chief for edSocialMedia.com.  Responsible for overseeing the school’s 1:1 Initiative spanning grade PK-12 where all student (4th-12th), faculty, administrators and staff are device administrators (1400+ devices).

School recently received Apple Distinguished School Award (2013-2015)

 Damien Barrett, Montclair Kimberley Academy

 Damien BarrettDamien has been supporting Macs for more than 15 years in corporate, small business, and education environments. He’s worked as an Apple Certified Macintosh Technician, Apple Certified Trainer, Interim IT Director for a cable access television station, and ran his own consulting business for several years in Manhattan. Damien currently works as a Mac System Technician for Montclair Kimberley Academy.

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