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Hands on in the BYOD Classroom
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Hands on in the BYOD Classroom

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Presentation slide deck from Emergent Learning 2012, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This talk describes some approaches and strategies to implementing a real BYOD (bring your own device) program in the …

Presentation slide deck from Emergent Learning 2012, in Halifax, Nova Scotia. This talk describes some approaches and strategies to implementing a real BYOD (bring your own device) program in the classroom.

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  • To facilitate BYOD schools must give students and staff easy but secure access to the school's applications from various devices (including iPads, iPhones, Android devices and Chromebooks), while minimizing the intervention required by IT staff. An ideal solution for such a scenario is Ericom AccessNow, a pure HTML5 RDP client that enables remote users to connect to any RDP host, including Terminal Server (RDS Session Host), physical desktops or VDI virtual desktops – and run their applications and desktops in a browser. AccessNow works natively with Chrome, Safari, Internet Explorer (with Chrome Frame plug-in), Firefox and any other browser with HTML5 and WebSockets support.

    Download this white paper to learn how a school district is implementing BYOD by capitalizing on innovative clientless HTML5 technology to empower students using Chromebooks and other devices with quick, browser-based access to Windows applications and virtual desktops.

    http://www.ericom.com/wp-chromebook-byod-education.asp?URL_ID=708

    Note: I work for Ericom
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  • I don’t believe in compromise via downgrade. Nobody should ever be asked to use an inferior tool if they have access to a better one. That’s not the way life works. Students ought to be able to choose their devices.\n
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  • A traditional classroom layout affords efficient dissemination of information\nGroups of desks facing inwards affords collaboration\nLaptops at each workstation afford expeditious note-taking\nBYOD affords connectivity and facilitates sharing, communicating and retrieving information.\nBUT - BYOD needs to be managed in order to facilitate learning.\n
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  • Anecdote about Labrador\nApps for Android & iOS\nGoogle Apps integration\nAPI\nOver 10 million users\n
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  • We no longer have access to network shares. But, we have an internet connection. Problem solved.\n
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  • BYOD teaches students to be knowledgable consumers\nIt forces them to take their devices to their fullest potential\nIt makes them compare and evaluate technology\nMandating the tech that is used in a classroom robs them of that opportunity\n
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    • 1. EX WHILE WE WAIT ER TO GET STARTED... CIS E VISIT: m.socrative.com GO TO: Room # 85800 Answer the questionnaire to help me get to know you. (any smartphone / tablet should work)#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 2. HANDS ON in theBYOD ClassroomWhat a mixed-device classroom ARI NAJARIAN actually looks like. @stickbyatlas
    • 3. INTRODUCTION If I don’t include this slide, I’m probably going to forget to introduce myself.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 4. INTRODUCTION If I don’t include this slide, I’m probably going to forget to introduce myself. If you have a question or a comment, I’ll be monitoring Twitter!#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 5. INTRODUCTION I’ll be posting my slide deck online after the presentation. Look for a link to it on my Twitter stream.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 6. INTRODUCTION I’ve provided further reading on most websites and topics I discuss. You can find these links on Delicious: delicious.com / stickbyatlas / emergent2012#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 7. INTRODUCTION Let’s take a moment to review your questionnaire. I like knowing my audience.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 8. INTRODUCTION Yesterday, my business partner Chris talked about a mixed-device scenario. My presentation is a little more ambitious.
    • 9. INTRODUCTION Bring Your Own Device, like many trends, started in the corporate world and trickled down to the school system.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 10. INTRODUCTION “Bring Your Own Device” may truly be the ultimate 1:1 technology program. AFFORDABLE, VERSATILE, POWERFUL#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 11. INTRODUCTION “Bring Your Own Device” presents a huge challenge to I.T. administrators. “How do I guarantee safety?”#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 12. INTRODUCTION “Bring Your Own Device” presents a huge challenge to teachers, too. “They all have different features!”#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 13. INTRODUCTION Can we ever hope to address these concerns so we can get on with the future already?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 14. Compromises suck.Let’s make as few as possible.
    • 15. Requirements#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 16. REQUIREMENTS Student Devices#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 17. REQUIREMENTS Essential: ✓ Webkit-based browser ✓ Wi-fi capability#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 18. REQUIREMENTS Recommended: ✓ E-mail, calendar, contacts ✓ At least a 3.5” screen#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 19. REQUIREMENTS Nice to have: ✓ Calculator ✓ Notes ✓ Camera & microphone#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 20. REQUIREMENTS The BYOD School#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 21. REQUIREMENTS Essential: ✓ Dedicated internet access ✓ Policies for security & use ✓ An MDM solution#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 22. REQUIREMENTS What’s an MDM solution?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 23. REQUIREMENTS What’s an MDM solution?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 24. REQUIREMENTS Can you show me a demo?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 25. REQUIREMENTS Can you show me a demo?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 26. The LEARNING Environment#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 27. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Instructional design of learning environments always comes down to affordances. What does BYOD afford?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 28. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Here are some great choices for a BYOD learning environment.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 29. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT The venerable Moodle#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 30. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT iTunes U#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 31. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Social network for schools. (This is my pick, by the way.)#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 32. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Twitter-style networking for schools.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 33. BYOD Content#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 34. BYOD CONTENT Our learning environment is set up and working great. Now, we need to add content. What are our options?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 35. BYOD CONTENT Links & annotations Delicious Diigo#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 36. BYOD CONTENT Digital storage Dropbox Box.net#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 37. BYOD CONTENT Podcasts iTunes (laptops) Pocket Casts (iOS / Android)#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 38. BYOD CONTENT Video resources YouTube / TeacherTube Khan Academy#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 39. BYOD Tools#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 40. BYOD CLASSROOM TOOLS Awesome. We’ve got a learning environment with all kinds of content to explore. How do we interact with it?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 41. BYOD CLASSROOM TOOLS Editing & creating documents Google Apps QuickOffice#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 42. BYOD CLASSROOM TOOLS Collaborating & blogging Tumblr Posterous#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 43. BYOD CLASSROOM TOOLS Quizzes & polls Socrative#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 44. In conclusion...#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 45. 1:1 isn’t about putting laptops in every student’s hands. It’s about helping students use tools to their full potential.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 46. BYOD extends beyond the classroom, and even beyond the school itself. It helps create a community that’s always connected.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 47. BYOD is, ultimately, inevitable. The sooner we embrace it, the better we prepare students for a technologically-driven economy and society.#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 48. So, what does a BYOD classroom actually look like?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas
    • 49. Final questions?#emergent2012 / @stickbyatlas

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