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BYOD for the Classroom: Web Filtering Alone Can Impede Learning - Enterasys Networks

Is your school’s approach to network management limiting learning potential? Learn about the potential of a multi-pronged BYOD solution. (RT @EnterasysHigher: The Internet is critical in today’s classroom.
Cavett Binion's insight:

Throwing out the baby with the bathwater ... Web Filtering can actually impede learning. Are you in a BYOD environment?

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Essential rules for effectively using iPads in middle school classrooms | iSource

Essential rules for effectively using iPads in middle school classrooms | iSource | Narrable + Education = Storytelling |

"In the two years of being a principal of a school that has been using iPads on a 1:1 device to student ratio, I have learned a lot about classroom rules that are needed to ensure that the iPads are an effective learning tool rather than a learning distraction.


If managed properly, iPads offer amazing benefits to learning and are almost limitless classroom tools.  However, if not properly managed, iPads can also be a detriment to classroom learning and be a major distraction for students.


During my time using the iPads in the classrom, I have found the following 11 rules to be essential for keeping the iPads as a learning tool and not a learning distraction."

Via John Evans
Cavett Binion's insight:

Educators, iPads, and Middle School Classrooms: Herding Digital Cats and Living To Tell About It. If you're using iPads in the classroom, this may be a helpful read.

Dr. Joan McGettigan's curator insight, April 8, 2013 6:45 AM
IncitED's curator insight, April 8, 2013 10:39 AM

iPads add value to middle school classes.

Lin Knappett's comment, April 8, 2013 1:04 PM
Excellent tips for all teachers. Thanks so much!