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A checklist to support schools in the implementation of BYOD. For more information see http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com #NSWDECBYOD

A checklist to support schools in the implementation of BYOD. For more information see http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com #NSWDECBYOD

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    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUPreparing your school communityBYOD – School Readiness Checklist
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistLinks to support:• NSWDECBYOD• SAMR• ImplementingBYOD atBanksmeadowPublic School• Leading Innovationand ChangeBuilding Momentum• Ensure pedagogy is driving thedecision?• Demonstrate with case studies tobuild acceptance, constantlysurveying readiness• Track the building of the shift inmomentum• Make the move when the time andculture is rightThe move toBYOD requiresa large amountof planning andchangemanagementwith students,staff and thecommunity:How can you build a school culture ready tosupport a move to BYOD?
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistLinks to support:NSWDEC BYODLiterature ReviewDefining Goals• The desire to provide 1:1 accessfor students• For students that do not haveaccess to a BYOD device, it willmake access to school-basedcomputer resources spread lessthinly.• Digital text books and resourcesBYOD is not the answerto every school’stechnology needs.Ensure you have readthe Literature reviewand considered allother technologyoptions in the processof going BYOD. In theend going BYOD needsto have teaching andlearning as the coredriver.What is driving the implementation of BYOD inyour school community? Have you consulted theliterature and seen what has been done byothers?
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistLinks to support:NSWDEC BYODLiterature ReviewDefining Goals• Option 1• BYO Dedicated Device• Option 2• BYO Selection of Devices• Option 3• BYO AnythingChoosing a BYODmodel that will havethe most positiveimpact uponstudent learning isvital. Consider theoptions presented inthe BYOD literaturereview to determinewhich is the bestmodel for yourschool community.Have you considered the type of BYOD modelthat will suit your school community?
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUModels of BYODDefining Goalsbrings purchase costsdownassists teachers intheir planning as theyknow the devicecapabilities.limits options forfamiliesresults in decreasedcomplianceno existing studentpersonal connectionwith the deviceModel 1. Locked Down: The device and software to beused are dictated and controlled by the schoolLinks to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUModels of BYODDefining Goalsallows families greaterchoiceresults in increasedcompliance.teachers are aware ofthe device capabilitiesfor their planning.technology support canbe more problematicwith a variety of devicesthere may be no existingstudent personalconnection with thedeviceModel 2: Limit devices to specific requirements: e.g.must run specific software or apps or operatingsystem, have a minimum size RAM and hard drive etc.Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUModels of BYODDefining GoalsModel 3. BYO anything you own: Any personallyowned device provided it is internet readyReduces costs greatly forparentsGreatly increases compliance.Student personal connectionwith the device.In practice this has proven tobe the model requiring theleast technical support as itmust be left mainly to thestudents themselves.Teachers cannot know thecapability of every deviceOthers argue that browserbased apps help to overcomethese problems.The teacher “will be required to focus on the learning and leave thetechnical challenges to the student, who knows (or must learn toknow) his own device” (Alberta Education, 2012).Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistNSWDEC BYODLiterature ReviewDefining Goals• Create a school based policydocument that informs yourcommunity of the schoolexpectations, boundaries andopinionsEnsure the schoolcommunity isinformed of thechoice you havemade.Have you documented your BYOD Framework?
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistCollaborative Planning• As a school community woulddrive the vision of the school.Examples of student basedlearning.Spark discussionwith conversationsabout “what dowe want learningto look like?”Begin with a conversation and/or a public forumLinks to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistCollaborative Planning• One useful way to do this is through yourstudent SRC! You may like to use the basepresentation to inform students of whatBYOD is and how it affects themIf students are consultedin this process they willtake additional ownershipand responsibility for thesuccess of a program.Have you consulted the SRC to ascertain theircomments about a BYOD program and the typesof information and support students will need towork effectively in a BYOD environment?Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistCollaborative Planning•Do they have a device their child can utilise?•Do they have concerns over the use ofdevices they consider “gaming machines”?•Preparing a newsletter insert and running aninformation session/forum in addition to aparent survey would be a useful way toinform, consult and assess the feelings of theparent bodyFor a BYODprogram toworksuccessfullyyou will needthe support ofyour parentbody.Have you consulted your community aboutBYOD?Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistCollaborative Planning• Survey staff to see howthey feel about BYOD anduse the links and resourcesto assist in the changemanagement processMany teachers willbe unsure of whata BYOD program isand will beconfronted by thevariation ofdevices,applications andprograms.How do your teachers feel about moving to aBYOD program? Are they ready?Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness Checklisthttp://nswdecbyod.weebly.comCollaborative Planning•Who is responsible for charging devices?•What happens when a device is damaged orstolen?•Who is responsible for repairs and support?•It is important to ensure these concerns areaddressed within existing policy documents.The DEC BYOD Policy is there to supportthese changesThere aremanyconsiderationwhenimplementinga BYODprogram,these include:Have you revisited your school welfare, disciplineand curriculum policy to incorporate BYOD?Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistProfessional Learning for students,parents and teachers• To enable this and empowerteachers a professional learningplan will improve teacherconfidence and readiness• Who will lead the professionallearning for BYOD in your school?To deliver positivelearningoutcomes with aBYOD programteachers need tofeel comfortablewith a move toBYOD.Have you developed and/or implemented aprofessional learning plan to upskill yourteachers to work in a BYOD environment?Links to support:Link to ProfessionalLearning materials
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistProfessional Learning for students,parents and teachers• Consider running yourstudents through some of thedigital citizenship resources inthe links to the right toprepare them for this changeAre your studentsconfident digitalcitizens capable ofworking withinthis independentdeviceenvironment?Are your students confident users of informationand Devices? What is their overall DigitalCitizenship and Readiness?Links to support:Link to ProfessionalLearning materials
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistProfessional Learning for students,parents and teachers• Whilst this will only need to be doneonce per device, instructions andguides will need to be prepared.• If you are using standardised ITDDEC solutions the links to the rightwill assistUsers mayfindconnectingto theinternet achallenge.Have you prepared the resources to allow usersto connect to the internet?Links to support:Link to ProfessionalLearning materials
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistProfessional Learning for students,parents and teachers• Screen size, Minimum browserrequirements are just some of theconsiderations parents need toconsider!• Running an informal briefingsession is a great way to begindiscussions with your parent bodyThere are anumber of baserequirements thatarerecommended fora device to be auseful andefficient learningtool.Is your community informed about devicechoices that can enhance learning?Links to support:Link to ProfessionalLearning materials
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistLinks to support:Link to ProfessionalLearning materialsProfessional Learning for students,parents and teachers• Perhaps consider adding aregular report in yournewsletter, P & C meetingas well as a dedicatedsection of your websiteProviding parentswith regular updateson the progress ofyour BYOD policy,achievements,expectations andplanning will ensureyou are able to keepthem on sidethroughout yourBYOD journey!Has your community been informed about whatBYOD will look like in the classroom and athome?
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistIs your Infrastructure / Network Ready• NB If you are in a NSW DEC Secondaryschool the DER network can support aBYOD program• Public schools (K-6) will need to considertheir wireless requirements, particularlyin relation to coverage and capacity.• NSW DEC wireless standards should befollowed to ensure ongoing support isprovided.In order toimplement a BYODprogram studentsand teachers willneed to connecttheir devices to theinternet. You willneed to see if yourwirelessinfrastructure cansupport a BYODprogram.Do you have a Wi-Fi network to support BYOD?Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistIs your Infrastructure / Network Ready• Ensure all students areasked to install anti-virusand malware protectionbefore bringing hardwareto schoolIf Windows laptopsare considered to besuitable as a BYOdevice, it is essentialthat each device hasup-to-date anti-malware softwareand all importantWindows updatesinstalled.Anti-malwareLinks to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistHave you considered Equity?• A good way to start is tosurvey students/parents tofind out what devices theyare willing to bringThis is an equityconcern. Studentswill need to be ableto complete taskseven if they do nothave their owndevice.Do you have supplementary devices to be loanedto students who do not have access to a BYODDevice?Links to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.com
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUNSWDEC BYOD SchoolReadiness ChecklistLinks to support:http://nswdecbyod.weebly.comHave you considered Equity?• Consult with your P & C and schoolfunding partners concerning otheroptions available to implement anequitable BYOD solution in your school• Sponsorship from local companiesConsider a 50/50funding model(school pays halfand parents payhalf)Have you considered alternative funding optionsfor parents and the community?
    • NSW DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND COMMUNITIES – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORATE WWW.DEC.NSW.GOV.AUImplementing BYOD Mini Checklist• Define goals• Plan collaboratively• Consult and communicate• Keep teaching and learning at the centre of everything• Provide professional learning for teachers that focusses on pedagogy• Address equity• Include a focus on digital citizenship• Plan for your network to cope (Regional IT Advisor consultation)