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I have a dream...
Bring Your Own Device
A viable alternative
• Biggest cost and investment is in the network
• Servers and access points need upgrading or
extending
• No costs of devi...
Developing Pedagogy
Exchange
Swapping traditional
practices with ICT
Enhance
Deepen learning
through use of ICT
Extend
Cha...
• Disengagement
• "Treat the behaviour, not the device"
• Cyber-Bullying
• PHSE and e-safety
• Access to unfiltered materi...
Parents expect school to
be like it was.
Parental Engagement
Problem Potential Response
• Get parents on board
• Establish...
Devices
• Battery life
• Charging points
• Requirements
• Function
What do you want to
DO with the devices?
App Ecosystem
...
Wifi
• Open wifi
• Experiment
• Policies
Staff Training
• Two-hour session
• 30 tools
• Time to play
• Department planning...
• Digital leaders led the transition to
BYOD
• Auditing the use of apps and mobile
devices, and assessing impact.
• Delive...
Twitter: @mike_gunn
YouTube: Finhammedia channel
Email: fpsmediateacher@gmail.com
• Impact on motivation and
enjoyment of ...
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Setting up BYOD.pptx

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BYOD - A viable alternative to one-to-one roll-outs in schools

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Setting up BYOD.pptx

  1. 1. I have a dream... Bring Your Own Device A viable alternative
  2. 2. • Biggest cost and investment is in the network • Servers and access points need upgrading or extending • No costs of devices except for those who can't afford them • Pupil Premium • Does BYOD represent value for money? Costs
  3. 3. Developing Pedagogy Exchange Swapping traditional practices with ICT Enhance Deepen learning through use of ICT Extend Change content, process and location of learning Empower Empower learners to take control of their own learning Enrich Engage learners through richer mix of media The impact of BYOD on learning and teaching
  4. 4. • Disengagement • "Treat the behaviour, not the device" • Cyber-Bullying • PHSE and e-safety • Access to unfiltered material • Your network is safer than theirs Abuse of technology
  5. 5. Parents expect school to be like it was. Parental Engagement Problem Potential Response • Get parents on board • Establish trust • Parents evenings • Use Social media
  6. 6. Devices • Battery life • Charging points • Requirements • Function What do you want to DO with the devices? App Ecosystem • App ecosystems • Web-based tools • Limitations App expectations •Minimum expectation • Student choice • Learning conversations Device Considerations
  7. 7. Wifi • Open wifi • Experiment • Policies Staff Training • Two-hour session • 30 tools • Time to play • Department planning Department time • Digital Leaders • Trials Department CPD • DLs deliver CPD • Role reversal Roll-Out Procedure - Finham
  8. 8. • Digital leaders led the transition to BYOD • Auditing the use of apps and mobile devices, and assessing impact. • Delivered CPD to staff • Solved basic ICT problems • Developed specialisms • Trouble-shooting for staff • Running digital safety courses for parents (and teachers) • Drafted the BYOD policy in conjunction with PHSE Digital Leaders - a pivotal role
  9. 9. Twitter: @mike_gunn YouTube: Finhammedia channel Email: fpsmediateacher@gmail.com • Impact on motivation and enjoyment of learning • Varied educational diet • Improved student organisation • Active, collaborative learners • Personalised interventions • From "Sage on the stage" to "Guide by the side" Benefits to Learning

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