IAIS Presentation: BYOT 1 YEar Later

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  • Cloudprint vs. Eprint; rerouting wireless vlans, upgrading wireless controller and Aps, upgrading core switch, the firewall fiasco, bandwidth, limiting student traffic on youtube, password reset day
  • More nouns not verbs, focus on effective communication not PPT; focus on research process not databases and MLA
  • IAIS Presentation: BYOT 1 YEar Later

    1. 1. Jen LaMaster, Director of Faculty Development JD Ferries-Rowe, CIO Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School IAIS 2013
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    3. 3. That Rubber Hit the RoadThe login/password thatyou have typed is incorrector you do not have anybooks available for thisformat.
    4. 4. Focus on Access, not onGadgetsTech-Geek: Routing Electrons Lets look at some numbers. 3rd period (almost every student has a 3rd period class) we have about 1/3 of the students actively using devices across the network on day to. capacity on the wireless controller looks to a potential bottleneck as we are 50% capacity. -- We start mapping out a solution to reroute traffic across a VLAN that will not go through the controller after authentication. Its more complicated than our current setup but will be much more efficient. Estimated time - 8 hours. Next weeks project.
    5. 5. Verbs Not Nouns
    6. 6. Backward Design ProcessWiggins and McTighe Model (Understanding By Design) • Identify Desired Results 1 • Determine Acceptable Evidence 2 • Plan Learning Experiences 3
    7. 7. Department Level Curriculum Design(then tech)And Jimmy John’s ;-)
    8. 8. Brown Bag LunchCollaboration andConversation
    9. 9. Collaborative Lessons Computer Apps
    10. 10. Student Choice for Appropriate Tool Algebra I
    11. 11. Increased student/teacher interaction and collaboration English 9
    12. 12. Collaborative notes and content creation Collaborative Notes Biology
    13. 13. 20 classrooms using Flipped TeachingTechniques Flipped Chemistry Lesson
    14. 14. Invisible Integration – Just Like Life
    15. 15.  What “Digital Native” means (hint: its not Steve Job, Bill Gates, or a digital citizen) Technology issues are different than Behavioral issues Collaborative problem solving “These students will be so well prepared”
    16. 16. Contact UsJen LaMaster (@40ishoracle)jlamaster@brebeuf.orghttp://40ishoraclereflections.blogspot.comJD Ferries-Rowe (@jdferries)jdferries@brebeuf.orghttp://geekreflection.blogspot.com

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