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Schools Embrace BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) - The Online Mom

Schools Embrace BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) - The Online Mom | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
A quiet revolution is taking place in classrooms across the country – we are seeing more and more teachers encouraging their students to bring their own connected devices to school. These laptops, netbooks, tablets and ...
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The 21st Century Principal: Lessons from Our One-Year Experiment with BYOT

Schools can successfully implement the practice of allowing students to use their own technological devices on school networks. Early next month, our school will mark the one-year anniversary of our implementation of a policy that allows our students to use their own laptops, tablets, iPods, and smartphones on our school WiFi. Last February, I posted "Lessons in Providing Students Wireless Access in Our School Building." In that post I described what we learned early in that implementation after three weeks.

Now, after almost a year's implementation, I would still stand by those lessons we learned early in the implementation process. Now, a year later, here's my revised list of suggestions for those considering a BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) initiative.

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Emphasizing Responsibility in Mobile AUPs - T.H.E. Journal

Emphasizing Responsibility in Mobile AUPs - T.H.E. Journal | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Emphasizing Responsibility in Mobile AUPsT.H.E. JournalThe district's BYOT (or bring your own technology) policy is evolving in tandem with its school-owned technology policy.
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BYOD @ EMS | Be Principaled

BYOD @ EMS | Be Principaled | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Many of you in our Earl Marriott Secondary community may have given your child an electronic device to help them with their schoolwork. You may be asking the following questions; should they bring them to school?
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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

Districts Tackle Questions Surrounding BYOT Policy

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Learning with 'e's: Student owned devices

Learning with 'e's: Student owned devices | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it

Should students' personal devices become a part of the delivery strategy in ... education?

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#BYOTchat

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Wanted:  An educational leader(s) with experience in BYOT/BYOD

Description:  Assist in leading a Twitter chat #BYOTchat (I'm willing to assist in whatever possible way I can.)

... (Who's interested in a BYOT/BYOD Twitter chat?
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Tips and success stories for effective mobile learning | eSchool News

Tips and success stories for effective mobile learning | eSchool News | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
More and more schools are using mobile learning devices to help boost student engagement and achievement, and a new monograph from the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) examines some of the best practices in mobile devices from schools across...
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Ed Tech Reflections

Ed Tech Reflections | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
BYOT is about student learning. Developing young people who ASSESS their learning need, EVALUATE tools to meet the need and successful USE the tool is our learning objective. By comparison, BYOT is not about saving ...
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A New Year – Kinda Part 2 – Technology « Educational Discourse

A New Year – Kinda Part 2 – Technology « Educational Discourse | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Our division AUP focuses on the proper use of these devices within the school – puts the emphasis on students using these devices in the context of learning. Our policy basically states that the devices can be used during the ...
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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
Some of these teachers are even in schools where they have partnered with phone service providers to give their students phones. While integrating cell phones into instruction can be a great way to engage learners and ...
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12 Education Technology Trends to Watch « UK and Ireland ...

BYOD (BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE): A related trend to mobile learning. More schools will grapple with their policies surrounding students bringing their own devices to school. They do so already, of course, although ...
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Article: “From BASIC to HTML5 – Teaching in the World of BYOD” by

EdNetLogo-lg. On Friday, January 06, 2012, the article “From BASIC to HTML5 – Teaching in the World of BYOD” by Impatica Chairman and CEO, Michael Doyle, will appear in the online magazine “EdNet Insight”.
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OMG: Engaging Students on Their Own Terms - T.H.E. Journal

OMG: Engaging Students on Their Own Terms - T.H.E. Journal | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Technology Director Anthony A. Luscre of Mogadore Local Schools challenges educators to use students' mobile devices to provide technology-rich, highly engaging, and fun learning experiences that reflect real-world skills.
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BYOD « Tales From a 21st Century Teacher

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Which is why I think the new trend in students bringing their own devices (BYOD) is a fantastic idea. This Christmas, nearly every one of my students came back saying that Santa got them a new iPod Touch/Kindle/Kindle ...
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Why every student and teacher should use a mobile device for ...

In a blog post, Chris Dede, a professor in learning technologies at Harvard's Graduate School of Education, advocates the use of mobile devices in education. The devices, which allow students to learn any time and anywhere ...
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Mobile Learning - 9 Ways Mobile is Moving into Academia | TOPYX ...

Mobile Learning - 9 Ways Mobile is Moving into Academia | TOPYX ... | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Universities around the world have learned the value of mobile devices, publishing iPhone and Android apps, mobile-optimized sites, and more, that have allowed students and visitors to find campus news, maps, and other ...
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BYOD or Not to BYOD | The Geek Department

BYOD or Not to BYOD | The Geek Department | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is something that I embraced as the Technology Director at Addison long ago.
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Let the Learning Begin: Handheld Devices | Digital Learning Environments

Let the Learning Begin: Handheld Devices | Digital Learning Environments | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Here’s how Renee’s district is handling BYOT.
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9 Ways Mobile is Moving into Academia | The eLearning Site

9 Ways Mobile is Moving into Academia | The eLearning Site | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Mobile phones are ubiquitous among students, both in college and K-12. And while some schools shun the use of cell phones, others are embracing them as a powerful tool. Marketing, learning, and mobile access are just ...
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Bring Your Own Device in schools - one school's experience ...

Bring Your Own Device in schools - one school's experience ... | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Is it really possible to allow students and staff to be productive in school, using technology they've brought in themselves? Can the school save money buying or replacing hardware, by utilising the devices which have often ...
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How School Wireless Networks CAN support student owned mobile devices | Leadership for Mobile Learning

How School Wireless Networks CAN support student owned mobile devices | Leadership for Mobile Learning | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
Wireless network design for K-12 schools should incorporate secure wireless networking standards to allow student owned mobile devices.
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Bring your own Devices in Education and Interactive Student Engagement

Bring your own Devices in Education and Interactive Student Engagement | BYOT @ School | Scoop.it
If you have not been paying attention to the discussions flying around the internet and school about BYOD then you should be. BYOD - Bring Your On Device - is where the school stops providing the d...
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BYOT pilot program wildly successful at Sullivan South

The Times News Online 2012..."As part of the Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) program at South this school year, the Colonial Heights school has embraced all Wi-Fi devices with a schoolwide Wi-Fi system and integration of the technology into many classes."

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Mobile Learning Reflections

This is an aggregate of blog posts written about integrating mobile learning into the classroom.
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