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We Like to Bring It! BYOT BYOD in Schools


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We Like to Bring It! BYOT BYOD in Schools

  1. We Like to Bring It! Ideas for Bring Your Own Tech/Tools (BYOT)
  2. "The students of the future will demand the learning support that is appropriate for their situation or context... And they want it at the moment the need arises.” - Dr. Marcus Specht Traditional cell phone vs Smart phone by Takashi (aes256), Flickr
  3. Tag Like Status update Google Share images Take selfies Do you? Comment Use filters LOL Use emojiis Check in Keep calm and … Use Siri Tweet
  4. Photo by DaveLawler, Our digital behavior influences our … Rituals Values Language LearningCustoms Communication
  5. Facebook?Text? Instagram?
  6. Smartphones iPods Laptops Media players Cell phones Digital Cameras Touch Tablets Which devices? Chromebooks Chromebook by Carol Rucker,
  7. GoogleForms 1rqtefBP2wgcgOp7eAPdXe9kQ3x_loT3iQQWtY5KEu9M/viewform
  8. Is the school’s Internet access safe, secure, and have the bandwidth to handle the devices?
  9. Address concerns in a meeting, website, workshop, or video Get parents on board! Have Acceptable/ Responsible Use Policies
  11. Read streams We… Podcast Translate Code Crowdsource knowledge Write reviews Scan Search Vary sources Google Blog Report Evaluate Youtube Use Wikipedia Remix Give feedback Play with language Make puns Visualize data
  12. Focus on the learning! iPad  car  mount  by  hammershaug,  Flickr  
  13. iPad  car  mount  by  hammershaug,  Flickr   “Pedagogy is the driver, technology is the accelerator.” by Michael Fullan Steve-­‐  
  14. Exploration Creativity Collaboration Experimentation Digital literacy Play Citizenship Peeragogy Real-world connections
  15. Mindmap Presentations Digital stories Podcasts Blog Games Video clips Scavenger hunts Comics Fliers Tutorials
  16. Tip: Add a technology component to current lessons or projects
  17. Digital Posters Buncee Thinglink Piktochart Biteslide Smore Tackk Glogster PicCollage ImageChef Muzy
  19. Let’s brainstorm
  21. Storyboard,
  22. Digital Icebreakers
  23. • Students take pictures, record audio, or create videos with their devices • Students share what they did with peers Activity: What can you do with your device? 365/215 - Mobile Learning, dragonsinger, Flickr
  24. iPhone Madness by Kid Perez, Recreate a photo!
  25. In Her World by Nana B Agyei, Flickr Create a Virtual Learning Community
  26. Altered  image,  The  Man  With  a  Golden  Dog  by  Olgierd  Pstrykotwórca,   What learning can they take to go?
  27. Edmodo Free IOS/Android/Web
  28. Digital Research Photo by Meg Stewart,
  29. Evaluate  sources Remix  content CuraNon Search AggregaNon Social  bookmarking Cite  resources Decode Visual  literacy TranslaNon Brainstorming
  30. PearlTree Pinterest Livebinders Collaborative bookmarking Storify Educlipper
  31. & iOS App
  32. aren't  you  cute,  here!  by  Jesslee  Cuizon,  Flickr   "The most exciting breakthroughs of the 21st century will not occur because of technology but because of an expanding concept of what it means to be human.” by John Naisbitt
  33. Image altered, Class of 2012 by Dave Lawler, ceiLph Will this spread digital pollution? How will this act impact society? How does this message make your relatives, peers, & partner feel?
  34. Create Groups Team Leader: ensure the group is listening to Ms. Shelly when she gives the silence symbol Organizer: makes sure that everyone participates read the instructions for all tasks Deliverer: uploads the video Reporter: presents for the group
  35. Integrate web tools & apps that are both mobile & web friendly
  36. Mobile Google
  37. Evernote • Organize pictures, websites, notes, videos, etc. • Organize by notebooks, tags, categories • Great for a shopping list, creating audio reminders, workout journals, creating lesson plans, designing presentations, research, taking notes at a conference, budget
  38. EverNote, Twitter, Fb into a blog
  40. Photo by Jenny Downing, Recommended apps & tools All Google Book Creator TinyTap Thinglink Audioboo iPadio Buncee (Bits) Aviary LinoIt Voicethread Socrative Diigo Padlet PearlTrees Quizlet Evernote GetKahoot Pic-Collage Drawp Nearpod ColAR Animoto Edmodo Dropbox Tackk Tellagami Educreations Share Board Educlipper Write About Kid Blog Edmodo MakebeliefsComix Box InfusedLearning
  41. AlteredimagebyLukeWroblewski, Number one benefit of educational technology is that it empowers people to do what they want to do. It lets people be creative. It lets people be productive. It lets people learn things they didn't think they could learn before, and so in a sense it is all about potential. - Steve Ballmer
  43. Get your copy of Learning to Go- Amazon- The 30 Goals for Teachers,