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Teaching Generation Text! Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning ...

Teaching Generation Text! Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning ... | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
When it comes to using cell phones and other student devices in the classrooms a lot of questions come up. Below are the answers to the ones that my co-author, Willyn Webb and I hear most often. If we allow cell phones in ...
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On Having a Big, Fat Mouth : BYOL

On Having a Big, Fat Mouth : BYOL | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it

We launched our BYOL in January 2011 but not before six very intense, challenging months of planning and preparation. During that time, we spent incredible amounts of time working with teachers, students and parents to help shift some very long-held beliefs about what it means to learn in the 21st Century. Here is some of the work we did to prepare for the BYOL...

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I Teach Therefore IPod: Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) - What ...

I Teach Therefore IPod: Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) - What ... | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) - What are we waiting for? Check out this recent article in edweek. BYOT is gaining momentum and beginning to move beyond forward thinking schools and into larger districts.
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Valley Center students finding their digital music groove - Kansas.com

Valley Center students finding their digital music groove - Kansas.com | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it

Valley Center students finding their digital music grooveKansas.comThe class allows students to compose music on computers and use devices like Apple's iPad to play digital instruments.

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BYOD / BYOC? « Mike Lloyd's Ed Tech Blog

BYOD / BYOC? « Mike Lloyd's Ed Tech Blog | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
The question of “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) is dividing opinion across the world of Ed Tech – and increasing scrutiny over how schooling budgets are spent is fuelling the debate. In essence, BYOD is about letting ...
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EdReach's Top Posts for BYOD | EdReach

EdReach's Top Posts for BYOD | EdReach | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Over the past few months, the topic of BYOD, or Bring-Your-Own-Device to school has become quite popular on EdReach and abroad. If you do a search on EdReach (which I've just done for you), you can find all the posts ...
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Educational Origami - BYOD and DC

"I love the concept of BYOD (Bring your own device) on a number of levels. We have a successful BYOD program at the senior school and it works."

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Why Cell Phones and Smart Phones Differ from Previous School ...

The students always have these mobile learning devices with them. They may forget their notebook. They may leave their textbook home. They may be without a pen. Their dog may have eaten some critical papers.
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For today's learners, it just clicks

For today's learners, it just clicks | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it

Dan Haesler looks at the increasing role of technology in classrooms.

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Districts Tackle Questions Surrounding BYOT Policy | LearningWeb

Districts Tackle Questions Surrounding BYOT Policy | LearningWeb | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Schools debate Bring Your Own Technology policies.
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Teaching Generation Text! Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning

Teaching Generation Text! Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
When the topic of bring your own device comes up, one of the first complaints we often hear, is "What about the have nots." Yes, there are have nots. However, students should not only be given the freedom to do what those ...
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How BYOD is impacting learning – initial thoughts

How BYOD is impacting learning – initial thoughts | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Bring your own device (BYOD) is the latest catchphrase to be bandied around schools and education conferences the world over. Coupled with the rise of portable devices like the iPad, we find oursel...
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Ready to Go Mobile?: It’s time for schools to leverage student devices

Ready to Go Mobile?: It’s time for schools to leverage student devices | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it

This will be the year that schools realize the untapped computing potential that’s been walking through classroom doors each day in the pockets of their students.

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Student-Owned Devices in Education by Amy Mayer on Prezi

BYOT, BYOD: for a session of administrators discussing student-owned devices in K-12 education (BYOT, BYOD round-table discussion tomorrow at ESC6.)...
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David Rogers: Mobile devices: pupil WiFi access project

David Rogers: Mobile devices: pupil WiFi access project | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it

Ever since I started teaching, the educational world has been awash with claims that the latest mobile technology is going to revolutionise learning. To me, no single device has lived up to this. I think it’s about behaviour and not devices. Of course, we need stuff that’s portable, light, easy to use, affordable, compatible…… But none of that is going to revolutionise learning. Our approach, or behaviour, to using devices could.

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7 Myths About BYOD Debunked -- THE Journal

7 Myths About BYOD Debunked -- THE Journal | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Lisa Nielsen, the author of "Teaching Generation Text: Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning" and "The Innovative Educator" blog, believes it is time to shatter a few myths about students bringing their own devices (BYOD) to school.
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The Open Classroom: Bring Your Own Device

The Open Classroom: Bring Your Own Device | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
This new post by Andrew Churches (who has done a lot of work on digital citizenship) is an optimistic and hopeful take on the notion of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) which students are doing anyway, even as some schools ...
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The Innovative Educator: Respond to the Naysayers with these ...

The Innovative Educator: Respond to the Naysayers with these ... | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
When it comes to using cell phones and other student devices in the classrooms a lot of questions come up. Below are the answers to the ones that my co-author, Willyn Webb and I hear most often. ...
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Student ideas for using cells for learning

Students & teachers working on BYOT policy (Bring Your Own Tech) > here are student ideas for cell use in classroom http://t.co/DjSo9ukO...
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Handheld Devices in Classrooms : The Campus Slate

Handheld Devices in Classrooms : The Campus Slate | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Many schools are now looking towards cell phones as both a positive and effective teaching method for students. Living in the twenty-first century, we have all been witnesses to the power that the internet possesses when ...
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Bring Your Own Technology Empowers Educators to Facilitate Learning

Bring Your Own Technology Empowers Educators to Facilitate Learning | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
As more students bring their own devices to school, Forsyth County Schools prepares teachers to facilitate learning and assess different kinds of work.
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7 Myths About BYOD Debunked -- THE Journal

Lisa Nielsen, the author of "Teaching Generation Text: Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning" and "The Innovative Educator" blog, believes it is time to shatter a few myths about students bringing their own devices (BYOD) to school.
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Devices welcome: Schools welcome technology

Lebanon, PA school adopts BYOT policy , allowing student-owned smartphones, iPads & other devices into class http://t.co/FoYUZFzX #edtech...
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Keep Up With Your Students And Let Them BYO! | Citrix Blogs

Keep Up With Your Students And Let Them BYO! | Citrix Blogs | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Students are now using laptops, iPads, other personal mobile devices, and they need the freedom and flexibility to get course work done on the device of their choice.
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Districts Tackle Questions Surrounding BYOT Policy| The Committed Sardine

Districts Tackle Questions Surrounding BYOT Policy| The Committed Sardine | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it

For the small but passionate minority of school districts that are opening doors to student-owned mobile devices, there’s a lot riding on how effective the policy shift turns out to be in improving teaching and learning.

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