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Byod with no interaction

  1. 1. BYOD Read it again, it’s not that!
  2. 2. Why is BYOD a good idea? • What time is it? • Can you come over on Sunday at 4? • What do your kids/grandkids look like? • When eating out with friends how do you determine the bill?
  3. 3. Reasons BYOD makes sense • It is always connected to the life of a teen • It is financially a good fit for schools • It is part of the “real world” • It engages students
  4. 4. Poll Everywhere • This is a great FREE option to bring into your classroom
  5. 5. Poll Everywhere • There is an Educator Account – 40 responses per poll – Clear at the end of class to re-use • Tutorial on our www.bpstis.org
  6. 6. Free tool that requires student log in
  7. 7. Let’s try it… • Go to Socrative on the Internet or download the student app • Our classroom is bwhs167
  8. 8. Socrative Secrets • Create reports in Excel • Teacher app and website are easy to navigate • Kids love it • Fast bell ringer or exit ticket • Automatically grades for you
  9. 9. QR Codes
  10. 10. Quick Response Codes • Apps to use include: – Scan, Qrafter & More – Just go to your “store” and search QR reader • Once your app is loaded come see what the QR is at the front of the room
  11. 11. What can go in a QR? • Links to websites • Text • Pictures • And more
  12. 12. How to use QR’s in class • Vocabulary word hunts • Link to a worksheet • Exit ticket or inspirational quote • Link to your teacher website for parents
  13. 13. How to make QR codes • There are tons of sites: – Visual lead – Kaywa – QR Stuff
  14. 14. Classroom Management with BYOD • Teacher doesn’t need to know all devices – Allow for students to help one another with devices • Use it properly or lose it – Set the expectation high & follow through • Always keep the purpose transparent • Have a plan “B”
  15. 15. Your Turn • Brainstorm together how you can successfully integrate BYOD
  16. 16. Google Drive • Yep there is an app for that – No need to go through the website • Students can access their work, annotate, read, share and more • When it’s in their hand they are more apt to do it.
  17. 17. How do you use Google Drive?
  18. 18. Remind 101 • www.remind101.com • FREE • No real phone numbers are exchanged • Update students on important topics like due dates, quiz reminders, extra curricular site changes and more.
  19. 19. Remind 101 • Safe extension of the classroom
  20. 20. QUESTIONS

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