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introduction to BYOT for our focus group consisting of teachers and administrators willing to figure out how to implement BYOT in classrooms

introduction to BYOT for our focus group consisting of teachers and administrators willing to figure out how to implement BYOT in classrooms

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    BYOT vision and principles BYOT vision and principles Presentation Transcript

    • Transform learning and work through technology How? Improve infrastructure Professional Learning Provide learning & work systems Improve Access
    • Bring your own Technology (BYOT) Empower students to choose technology to facilitate their learning in class and other spaces
    • Change practice and curriculum through experimentation, professional learning, support, and guidelines How?
    • Improve learning and engagement Students more likely to use own tech anytime/anywhere This is not a requirement, rather it is a choice, for students Students may be required to share tech with classmates Guidelines needed to help differentiate for age and subject Social Responsibility, Digital Citizenship, Code of Conduct… Teachers will encourage students to BYOT for learning Teachers do not need to be tech experts Teachers will adapt lessons to BYOT context focused on learning Students will choose apps and tools to complete learning tasks District Guiding Principals for BYOT
    • Supports