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Over the past 13 years, I have overseen one-to-one computing programs, two of which I launched myself, at three different schools.
Published Online: October 17, 2011 Published in Print: October 19, 2011, as Crafting Your BYOT Policy
Very useful example of a district handbook/policy statement for a BYOD program from Saline Schools, Michigan. by Jun 14
May 24, 2012 · 5 Comments · BYOT/BYOD , Educational technology , implementation , mobile computing Over the next several months, we will be taking on the task of implementing a BYOT program here in Seguin.
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This guide is intended to serve as a starting point for school districts that are exploring the possibilities and potential of mobile learning.
#BYOD - Criteria for Implementation Success Creative Commons Copyright ShareAlike-Attribution-NonCommercial This past week in a conversation, I found myself saying, “Wouldn’t it be neat if there was a rubric or list of criteria for implementing a BYOD program?
There is a big difference between having a BYOD policy and a BYOD learning environment. The former lays the foundation for a BYOD learning environment but it by no means guarantees it.
Alex Inman, Sidwell Friends School Bailey Mitchell-- Forsyth County School Start with willing teachers Clear expectations of intended use Use term BYOT Don't restrict to specific device Not grade-specific; some great successes at elementary, as they are used to working in groups or centers Students use de ices to access learning management system (even usin Nintendo dsi) Use Socrative, Skype, Dabbleboard, PollEverywhere
With students and staff bringing in their own devices we found a need to completely rework our acceptable use policy.
BYOD Policies in schools and in the work place should include what is considered both acceptable use and misuse of resources. Because many students and employees engage in personal activities on BYOD devices such as Facebook.com, twitter and scrabble, these applications and others are often active during work hours.
Features 1/31/2012 By: Proponents of “bring your own device” (BYOD) programs like them for a lot of reasons: budgets keep dwindling, students already bring devices to school, and technology isn’t getting cheaper.