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"When we shift our thinking from demanding the government provides one-size-fits-some solutions and move it to let's empower families to take ownership of securing tools for their learning, change can happen...."
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We've been in BYOD mode for half a year, and I've already shared some best practices for the classroom with you. Putting on my IT hat, here are some of the things I've learned that you should conside
Little Big Steps! Well we finally jumped in the deep end! From classrooms that didn't even have projectors four years ago to a personal learning technologies model for all students in years 5 - 12 ...
By Jennifer Roland At Mankato Public School System in Minnesota, students bring their homework, their lunches, and books to school like most students across
A snappy, 10 minute presentation for the VoicEd Day at Davison High School on Saturday 8th March, 2013
This binder contains resources for educators who want to learn more about BYOD
The idea of #BYOTchat developed from my school district’s 1:1 iPad Committee. We realized that although the iPad is a powerful educational tool, it was not within our school’s financial capabiliti...
Tim Clark, coordinator of instructional technology for Forsyth County Schools (GA), shares his best practices for implementing BYOT in K-12 schools.
BYOD causes significant network and data security concerns, but used in tandem with cloud services it could make your network safer than ever.
If you’ve ever considered having students bring their own devices (BYOD) to class, you’ve probably worried…won’t the kids text all day long? How do I keep them from taking inappropriate photos or posting on Facebook while I’m teaching? Aren’t students’ phones a huge distraction? Here to help is Kristy from the 2 Peas and a Dog …
As mobile learning becomes more common, district leaders are working hard to juggle nimble adaptation in a changing environment and the desire to get it right.
A group of administrators from some of the first districts to pioneer Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies and other forms of mobile learning are now sharing their experiences with those hustling to get on board.
The promise of technology in the classroom has long been equal access to resources on the internet, but a digital divide still exists largely because of the other issues poverty raises in schools.
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The science of teaching is knowing a number of different methodologies. The art is knowing when to use which. Source: Taming The Beast Our school has had a government funded 1:1 laptop program since 2009 that is ending. We have learnt much about changing our pedagogy, classroom management and technology in the last 5 years that will stand us in good stead for the move to BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) in 2014. Here are some ideas that individuals, faculties and the school may wish to …
Last Tuesday my Principal Jason and I attended a breakfast/meeting, hosted by our Mac supplier/partner Xcite Logic. The philosophy and ideology behind
This Hangout is part of the first Google Education on Air Conferences. Presenter Juan De Luca talks about ways to have a successful BYOD program using Google...
A guide to help teachers implement BYOT into their everyday curriculum. Produced by WBGU-TV in Bowling Green, Ohio.
A guide to help parents implement BYOT into their lives and their children's education. Produced by WBGU-TV in Bowling Green, Ohio.