I was browsing through my reader when I came across a short but relevant post on Eudemic. The author tells us a short story to convey the message that every house has different practices, and that teachers should not assume all our students will have been taught the same way to take care of the expensive devices we bring to class. One thing is for sure: we do want students to use the IPads to be creative and enjoy the lessons, but we also want them to be careful and keep the devices fully functioning. The solution? The post aforementioned suggests we clearly communicate device usage guidelines to students. I`ll download a larger sized version of the graphic below available at Teachers Pay Teachers (free) because it is well designed and very informative, go over the rules with students and use the IPads happily ever after.