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BYOD: Four reasons why your staff will take the plunge - with or without you

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Trying to ban BYOD will just drive it underground, so IT departments need to address four reasons why staff are frustrated by their existing hardware.

 

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Train Your Teachers Before Deploying More iPads!

Train Your Teachers Before Deploying More iPads! | Information Technology Learn IT - Teach IT | Scoop.it

Last week an educator asked the question, “What digital learning technology can my school district invest in that will not become obsolete?” The answer… teacher training technology! More specifically, professional development (PD) sessions that essentially deliver the knowledge, skills and competencies required for a successful transition from a 20th century schooling style to 21st century digital learning style.

 

This is the critical component for success in any school technology initiative and implementation.

 

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The Innovative Educator: Considering BYOT / BYOD next year?

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Considering BYOT / BYOD next year? Get started with this sample policy & answers to FAQs

 

One of the best ways to prepare students to be prepared for the world is to help them use the tools of their world responsibly. Allowing students to bring their own devices is a terrific way to do just that, but even though some schools may have the wireless capacity and infrastructure, the admins / teachers may want to have a policy in place.

 

Below is the policy shared with me by Tim Clark who serves as the Coordinator of Instructional Technology for Forsyth County, GA Schools.

 

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http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2012/05/considering-byot-byod-next-year-get.html

 


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