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  • Michelle Olah ABCS OF BYOD Seminole County Public Schools July 22, 2013 Sunday, July 21, 13
  • ABCs of BYOD WHILEYOU ARE WAITING... ๏ Please log on to SCPS Public Wifi ๏ If you have a smart phone, you can go to your app store (Google Play or Apple App store) and search and download: ๏ A QR code reader (if you don’t already have one) ๏ Socrative app ๏ Animoto app Sunday, July 21, 13
  • ABCs of BYOD INTRODUCTIONS You will be using 1 mobile device from your table (Please put the rest in the bucket on the table) -Can be iPhone,Android, iPad, or tablet -Should be device that has unlimited (or a lot of data) available and a camera -Has already (or can) download animoto app to their device. Sunday, July 21, 13
  • ABCs of BYOD YOUR TASK... ๏ Create a short video introducing your group to the class - Only 1 requirement - EVERYONE must participate! ๏ Be creative and have fun (tell us something interesting about yourself or show us a hidden talent you have) ๏ You have 15 minutes (You can do it!) Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Animoto ANIMOTO ๏ Open Animoto app ๏ Please sign in as: ๏ username: michelle_olah@scps.k12.fl.us ๏ Password: scpsbyod ๏ Add video, photos, text, and music ๏ Sign out when you are done Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Poll Everywhere GROUP NORMS Two ways to participate 1. Use a website to respond OR 2.TEXT your response (you can share a cell phone with your neighbor if needed) Sunday, July 21, 13
  • TO RESPOND USING WEBSITE: ๏ Go to: http:// www.polleverywhere.com/ abcofbyod ๏ Answer the posted question (you can respond more than once) TO RESPOND USING TEXTING: ๏ Open your texting window (like you are going to text a friend) ๏ The number you are going to text is: 37607 ๏ In your message box you will first type: 152417 and then your message ๏ It will look something like this: Text Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Group Norms www.pollev.com/abcofbyod Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Discussion DISCUSSION ๏ How did you feel about doing the animoto instead of standing up and introducing yourself? Did you pay more attention to introductions? Do you feel like you know your table members better? ๏ How did you feel about responding anonymously to the question about Group Norms? As a student: ๏ How do you think students would react if you did this sort of ‘introductions’ the first week of school? ๏ Do you think some students would be more likely to participate honestly using polleverywhere? ๏ What concerns or comments do you have? As a teacher: Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Parking Lot PARTICIPATION AND QUESTIONS USING A BACKCHANNEL ๏ Today’s Meet www.todaysmeet.com/ abcofbyod ๏ Add your name and add your questions and comments to the website. ๏ Myself or others will respond to questions and comments throughout the day Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Goals ๏ What are mobile devices and BYOD?  ๏ What are the pros/cons? ๏ Why do you want to allow mobile devices in your classroom?  ๏ Is this right for your and your students at this point in time? ๏ What do you need to do/plan to implement this in your classroom? WORKSHOP GOALS PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUSTIONS TO INFORM THEIR DECISION REGARDING ALLOWING MOBILE DEVICES IN THEIR CLASSROOMS Sunday, July 21, 13
  • BYOD BYOD Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Pros/Cons Benefits Concerns Sunday, July 21, 13
  • READ AND TAKE A LITTLE BREAK :) -7 Myths of BYOD Dubunked -A students view of using mobile devices http://plpnetwork.com/2012/05/31/zac-hawkins-plea-for- classroom-byod/ Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Project name PROBLEM SOLVING CONCERNS Each Group take one question and add suggestions to Padlet Make sure you post your Concern AND possible solution You can click on note to move it around Sunday, July 21, 13
  • WHERE TO START... Sunday, July 21, 13
  • STEP 1 ๏ Step 1:ASKYOURSELF WHATYOU’RE TRYINGTO ACHIEVE by incorporating mobile devices into your curriculum. ๏ Are you trying to encourage collaboration? ๏ Hoping for students to research with more depth? ๏ Want them to publish their work online? ๏ ETC.... The answers will lead you to the right tools. (Think about this over lunch and we will continue this discussion in afternoon) Sunday, July 21, 13
  • STEP 2 STEP 2: SURVEYYOUR STUDENTS ABOUT WHAT DEVICES THEY HAVE AND HOW THEY USE THEM ๏ Do they have unlimited texting? ๏ Can they post online? ๏ Are there limitations on the size of files they can upload? ๏ With this information, you will have a complete picture of what resources your students can access. Sunday, July 21, 13
  • STEP 3 STEP 3: DEVELOP SPECIFIC POLICIES AND CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES TO MANAGE BYOD ✴You’ve already started on this with problem solving padlet - use the padlet as a starting place for your classroom policies and procedures ✴Review SCPS AUP and BYOD Policies Sunday, July 21, 13
  • STEP 4 & 5 STEP 4: COMMUNICATEYOUR PLAN TO YOUR STUDENTS, PARENTS, ADMINISTRATORS. How are you going to get the information out? Do you need Parent Permission slips? Invite your administrator to participate/observe STEP 5: IMPLEMENTYOUR PLAN Perhaps start as a “pilot program” with 1 or 2 classes to work out kinks and build excitement with other classes. Sunday, July 21, 13
  • SCPS Policies SCPS BYOD POLICY (DRAFT) • Only the filtered public wireless internet access provided by the school board may be access for instructional purposes while on campus. Personal internet connective devices are not permitted to access outside internet sources at any time. • Or Students and parents/guardians participating in BYOT must adhere to the Student Code of Conduct as well as all Board policies, particularly the Authorized Use Policy (AUP). • The student chooses to participate in BYOT this year. I understand that participation is voluntary. I understand and will abide by the above requirements and guidelines. I further understand that any violation is unethical and may result in the loss of my network and/or technology privileges as well as other disciplinary action as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. Student Name Parent Name Signature Signature Date Date Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Socrative PARTICIPANT BYOD SURVEY USING SOCRATIVE ๏ You can use internet or app ๏ You can go to www.socrative.com (and click student login) and enter room 89990 ๏ You can also go to your app store (Google or Apple) and download “Socrative Student” app and enter room 89990 Sunday, July 21, 13
  • LUNCH LUNCH! Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Tools BYOD friendly tech tools and apps Choosing the right tools for the right reasons and goals Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Formative Assessments REASON #1 FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS ๏ Use BYOD in formative assessments to inform instruction, identify potential gaps in knowledge or misunderstandings, and encourage student self reflection on what they know. ๏ Some good tools for this - Poll Everywhere, Socrative, Padlet Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Formative Assessment WHY IS BYOD GREAT FOR FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS? ๏ Anonymity ๏ Data available instantly ๏ Data more easily able to be tracked  ๏ Fun and engaging for students Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Summative Assessment REASON #2 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT TO EVALUATE STUDENT LEARNING Option #1 Let the STUDENT choose the tool -You concentrate on the educational goals and they can concentrate of the technology. Student learns how to evaluate the tool based on what he/she needs to demonstrate. http:// www.schrockguide.net/bloomin-apps.html  Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Project name Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Option #2 You choose the tool but make sure it is multi platform, easy to use and you have a backup plan.  Possible tools: -interactive whiteboard apps -  -animoto app (android and apple) -audioboo (instant podcasting - android and apple) -weebly mobile website (android and apple) Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Project name http://edtechteacher.org/index.php/teaching-technology/ mobile-technology-apps/ipad-as Sunday, July 21, 13
  • REASON #3 DELIVERING CONTENT TO STUDENTS (AND PARENTS) ๏ QR Codes - ๏ Remind 101 ๏ GroupMe ๏ Social Networking sites (Edmodo,Twitter, Facebook) Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Getting information to your students, FUN, FAST and EASY! Project name Sunday, July 21, 13
  • QR Codes Text QR Codes Websites Easy acces to ANYTHING from your Smart phone! Sunday, July 21, 13
  • QR Codes First... Download Kaywa (or other QR code) Reader from Second... Scan the code to access the information It is a 3D bar code encoded with information The information can be text, a website, contact info, etc. All you need is a “smart” phone, ipod or ipad with a camera, and a QR code reader It links something physical to the online world It’s EASY... Sunday, July 21, 13
  • QR Codes My Contact info Workshop Infomation Make your own No more long URLs... Sunday, July 21, 13
  • QR Codes How can we use QR codes in the Classroom? Content Scavenger hunts Put website and additional resources on vocabulary list/homework - students can then access them ANYTIME with their cell phones. Link to youtube video, practice pages, online textbook. Promote language dept. Add voice with http://qrvoice.net Sunday, July 21, 13
  • QR Codes Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Project name REMIND 101 Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Project name Sunday, July 21, 13
  • Reflection and Next Steps QUESTIONS AND FINAL REFLECTION Socrative ExitTicket Sunday, July 21, 13