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  • BYOD FROM A COMPUTING PERSPECTIVE Ian Simpson PT ICT for Learning, Robert Gordon's College mrsimpson.rgc@gmail.com @familysimpson
  • "If I didn’t write it exactly the same way on my paper as they were writing it on the overhead, it must have been wrong" – Nikhita Parandekar, 3rd year student, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell
  • "If I didn’t type it exactly the same way on my tablet as they were displaying it on the data projector, it must have been wrong" – Not Nikhita Parandekar, 3rd year student, College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell
  • A COMPUTING STUDENT NOW Programming Internal practical work Web Design Security External practical coursework Databases Hardware / Software External written/typed exam
  • A BYOD COMPUTING STUDENT Programming Web Design Personalised Personalised Learning Learning & & Access Choice Access Choice Internal practical work External practical coursework Security Databases Hardware / Software Preparation Preparation External written/typed exam
  • BYOD IS ABOUT CHOICE Programming Web Design Security Databases Hardware / Software
  • BYOD A BYOD COMPUTING TEACHER COMPUTING STUDENT EDUCATOR Research Choice Personalised learning Access Money Effort Time Planning Verification Support Agreement Goodwill Passion
  • "Much has been written about strategies for ICT in education around substitution, augmentation, modification and redefinition for how lessons run in the classroom. BYOD really forces these issues to the fore, because if you cannot standardise the learning environment, you have to move beyond simple textbook substitution." –Joseph Sweeney, IBRS
  • TRANSITION TO BYOD 1. Take a qualitative baseline first - notes, engagement, behaviour, opinions 2. Involve the students and parents as much as you can 3. Focus the improvement plan on quality, not achievement 4. Give staff time to research, discuss and transform
  • EXAMPLE Improve the quality of S3 student note taking in National 4/5 Computing Science. Baseline: note jotters used but rarely revisited by some; handouts disorganised in folder; folder of notes occasionally lost, often forgotten; notes mostly replica of whiteboard Substitution Augmentati on Typed notes Photograph of whiteboard + Stylus sketched images + Teacher + Audio of teacher explanation + Video of Modification Students create own notes from resources, shared with Teacher for feedback Redefinition Student collaboratively created podcasts / YouTube video channels / eBooks
  • BYOD FROM A COMPUTING PERSPECTIVE ? Ian Simpson PT ICT for Learning, Robert Gordon's College mrsimpson.rgc@gmail.com @familysimpson