BYOD: Bring Your Own Device

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BYOD: Bring Your Own Device

  1. 1. Presented by Birdville ISD<br />Crysten Caviness, Instructional Technology Specialist<br />Cell phones out <br />and on, please!<br />
  2. 2. Teens<br />and their<br />Telephones<br />Pew Internet and American Life Project<br />
  3. 3. 5 Ways to Manage Technology Distractions<br />Ban It<br />Do Business as Usual<br />Limit the Use of Technologies<br />Enhance Traditional Practices<br />Use the Technology to Restructure the Educational Process<br />Johnson, D. (2010, November). Taming the chaos. Leading & Learning with Technology, 38(3), 20-23. <br />
  4. 4. How does your district address cell phones in school?<br />Text a code to 22333<br />Tweet @poll and a code<br />Submit a code to http://poll4.com<br />Get ready to see the answers and codes!<br />
  5. 5. Text to 22333 Tweet @poll poll4.com<br />How does your district address cell phones in school?<br />
  6. 6. Cell Phone Policy<br />Montgomery, K. (2010). Mobile phones for learning [Web log message]. Retrieved from http://<br />thinkingmachine.pbworks.com/w/page/22187696/MITC-2008<br />
  7. 7. BISD Student HandbookElectronic Communication Devices<br />Students may utilize electronic communication devices at school and at school activities. Students may utilize their devices in the classroom when the teacher deems appropriate for educational purposes. <br />These devices include but are not to be limited to the following: cell phones, smart phones, iPhones, iPods and mp3 players.<br />The district encourages students and staff to use electronic communication devices for educational purposes during the school day.<br />BISD Elementary Handbook, p. 26<br />BISD Secondary Handbook, p. 30<br />
  8. 8. Design for Success: Pre-Planning<br />Poll students to find out what types of devices/text and data plans are present in the classroom<br />Design to work with what you’ve got<br />Plan to be flexible: this is never a 100% predictable environment<br />Consider permission slips<br />
  9. 9. Design for Success:Classroom Management<br />Respect<br />Release the need to be 100% in control<br />Hands-on learning = Hands-on management<br />Positive Effects:<br />Brings devices out of hiding<br />Puts devices to use of teacher’s design<br />Student buy-in and appreciation<br />
  10. 10. Grouping Strategies<br />Collaborative grouping with role of mobile gatekeeper<br />Appoint jobs (Fact finders, Word searchers, Communicators, etc.)<br />Informal device sharing<br />One-device classroom<br />
  11. 11. Examples from BISD Teachers<br />One-device classroom <br />Chemistry Teacher, Jason Bair<br /><ul><li>Appointed Communicator</li></ul>Senior English Teacher, Crysten Caviness<br />byodmobilelearning.blogspot.com<br />
  12. 12. Anticipated Rebuttals<br />Predict a rebuttal from a teacher, administrator, student or parent<br />Describe how you might respond<br />E-mail response to:<br />byod.mobilelearning.21st@blogger.com<br />Subject: blog headline<br />Body: text only, text and image, or video<br />

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