BYOD: How you can use your own device in education
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10 Free Organizational Tools for Students and Teachers | teacherstech.net

10 Free Organizational Tools for Students and Teachers | teacherstech.net | BYOD: How you can use your own device in education | Scoop.it

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BYOD Security: Yes, It IS Possible To Have A Secure Bring Your Own Device ... - ReadWriteWeb

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BYOD security is a big deal.

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Becky Schivley Mather's comment, February 28, 2013 8:46 AM
Great list of obstacles and solutions for BYOD.
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Students left to their own devices

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"While technology could revolutionise learning, budget constraints are impeding its uptake."

 

''A lot of the academic apps that are in a game format can also be useful for essential practice in number facts and early reading skills, but teachers need to be discriminating in what they choose as there are a lot of poor-quality apps out there marketed as educational.''

 

Ladmore says the focus of any technology has to be on the end result. Stephenson adds: ''You have to think, what exactly do you want the student to learn? How might an app help? Is the app any better than the ''old'' way? It will always come back to the individual learner and exactly what you want them to learn.''


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Judith Hilger's comment, February 27, 2013 6:27 PM
I could not agree more!
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Challenges and Benefits of BYOD -- Summary - Accenture

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Read Accenture’s summary report about challenges and benefits of BYOD and learn how to make “bring your own device” work for the enterprise. (RT @MobilityWise: #BYOD is a hot topic at #mwc13.
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10 More Resources For Getting the Most Out of Cell Phones and Smart Phones in School | Emerging Education Technology

10 More Resources For Getting the Most Out of Cell Phones and Smart Phones in School | Emerging Education Technology | BYOD: How you can use your own device in education | Scoop.it
Most high school and college students have one. Why are we still generally ignoring them as a valid educational tool?
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Collaborate and Share News and Info with Large Groups via Cellphone: Celly

Collaborate and Share News and Info with Large Groups via Cellphone: Celly | BYOD: How you can use your own device in education | Scoop.it

Celly lets you instantly group people and topics into cells.

 

Cells function as chatrooms where people communicate instantly via text-based messaging.

 

Cells can also include messages from the web or other social networks to capture your interests.

 

Anybody can instantly create, join, and discover cells by sending text messages to our phone number 23559 (C-E-L-L-Y). Cell membership and message content can be curated for security and relevancy.

 

Cells can be private or public and organized by name, topic, and geography.

 

To capture the flow of information through an organizational structure--like different grades in schools, bureaus in local governments, blocks in neighborhoods--cells can be connected to other cells forming a communication matrix.


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The "Bring Your Own Device" trend lets employees take the lead - HRmagazine.co.uk

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They are at the forefront of the rise of the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend. Being able to manage email via mobiles is a fantastic development.
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