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  • Press F5 or enter presentation mode to view the poll\r\nIn an emergency during your presentation, if the poll isn't showing, navigate to this link in your web browser:\r\nhttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTM2NjQ2NDMxMAIf you like, you can use this slide as a template for your own voting slides. You might use a slide like this if you feel your audience would benefit from the picture showing a text message on a phone.
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  • BYOT

    1. 1. Starting From The Beginning
    2. 2.  K-12 Media Specialist Coordinator spiers@cinnaminson.com @theexSPIERience
    3. 3.  K-12 enrollment is 2349 District Factor Group: GH Mission Statement: The mission of the Cinnaminson School District is to educate our students and to assist their development into self-motivated, multi-faceted, happy and physically fit individuals who are productive, responsible citizens. It is expected that all students will achieve the Core Curriculum Content Standards at all grade levels. With national and state program standards as a basis, Cinnaminson students will gain an appreciation of knowledge, a desire to learn, and a respect for themselves and others. In partnership with the family and the community, we will foster achievement and we will model excellence and responsible behavior.
    4. 4.  School day: 6 hours: 36 minutes Student Enrollment: 750 (9-12) 2010-11: BS/BA 50.0%MS/MA 50.0% Student/Computer Ratio: 4.6:1 Classroom/Instructional:21 Library/Media Centers:24 Computer Labs: 115 All Locations: 160
    5. 5. BYOT
    6. 6.  Approached by School Board Developed Technology Committee ◦ Ed Palmer, Supervisor of Science ◦ Frank Monteleone, Network Administrator ◦ Jason Meile, History teacher ◦ Kathleen Hennelly, K-12 Supervisor of Art, Music, Business, and Technology E-readers Research Developed goals for program
    7. 7.  Students MORE likely to have remembered devices than pencils etc Can use the device THEY have chosen to complete set tasks. Technology is ubiquitous outside the school gates. Why not inside too? When students use their own devices, they take care of their own training. Offers potential cost savings since fewer school devices are needed. Allows student & teacher to swap roles. Extends the tech resources already provided by school. Encourages purposeful choice of appropriate tools/apps. Couldbe pivotal in supporting independent learning. On average BYOD can help keep pace with ever- updating tech http://www.proconlists.com/list/education/byod-in-schools/863
    8. 8.  Students leave chargers at home. Devices run out of power. Exacerbates issues of inequity of access. Students forget to bring devices BYOD will encourage students to be off task’ Applications/tools are not common to all platforms BYOD runs up against many schools ban em policies Expensive personal devices increase possibility of theft Planning for a lesson with devices whose capability you dont know needs more care & thought Teachers will need instructional PD in getting the most from BYOD Accessing school network can present problems with WiFi/Proxy settings etc.
    9. 9.  http://todaysmeet.com/BYOT2 Keep these individuals in mind throughout the presentation as to how each is affected by this process
    10. 10.  Fall2011 Google docs ◦ 22 student questions ◦ 19 staff questions Scheduling time
    11. 11. 683 responses (grades 9-12) 94% average to above average technology use 59% access to a smartphone 57% have a data plan 66% own a laptop, iPad, or tablet 94% own an iPod Shuffle, Nano, Touch, or other iPod or MP3 player 43% use a computer daily to complete schoolwork 93% use the internet daily
    12. 12. 67 responses 85% own a tablet, iPad or laptop 34% classify themselves as able to teach others how to use technology 42% confident on their own 34% use technology daily 34% use technology weekly 64% agree/strongly agree that they can locate the learning opportunities they need to advance technology literacy as new technologies arrive. 64% agree/strongly agree can design student learning activities that will integrate new technologies into my classroom daily activities.
    13. 13.  Timeline Review other district policies Modify to best match your own district’s needs Stakeholders and Board approval
    14. 14.  Application Initial meeting ◦ Brainstorming ◦ Set goals ◦ Lesson plans ◦ Tools
    15. 15. What role should your stakeholders play? www.todaysmeet.com/BYOT2Students:•Devices-uses•Teacher role•GoalsTeachers:
    16. 16.  Piloted 9 classes ◦ Basic to AP ◦ Music, History, English, Science, Reading Google Doc for issues/concerns
    17. 17.  Meetings with BYOT members Google docs –Issues Idea sharing Expansion

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