BYODBy Professor Jenna Linskens                              S
IntroductionS BYOD = Bring Your Own DeviceS BYOT = Bring Your Own TechnologyS Began as a model in the business world and q...
Advantages of BYODS Cost savings to the schoolS Learning is enhanced by use of technologyS Blended Learning & Flipped Clas...
Access to TechnologyS BYOD allows for any time, anywhere, any deviceS Parent financedS Requires minimum standardsS Is pers...
Are They Really Banned?S 69% of US High Schools ban mobile devicesS In schools that ban mobile devices, 63% of students us...
Reasons to Embrace BYODS Students today are Digital NativesS Students should not have to “power down” in schoolS More reso...
Today’s LearnerS Spends 50 hours a week with technologyS Lives in a multimedia (color) worldS Prioritizes visual learningS...
21st      Century Learning is…S ConnectedS Anytime, Anywhere, AnyoneS New skills & literacies (problem solving, communicat...
Myths DebunkedS Article by Lisa Nelson, author of Teaching Generation  Text: Cell Phones to Enhance LearningS Digital Divi...
What Will You Do?S   Applications                  S   QR CodesS   Podcasting                    S   Language learningS   ...
More IdeasS   Blended learningS   BlogsS   Discussion ForumS   Wikis
Additional Resources to             ExploreS The Mobile Native Blog – BYOD “Food for Thought”S A Teacher’s Coda Blog – Res...
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  1. 1. BYODBy Professor Jenna Linskens S
  2. 2. IntroductionS BYOD = Bring Your Own DeviceS BYOT = Bring Your Own TechnologyS Began as a model in the business world and quickly moved into the education sector. Started at the college level before moving into the K-12 systems.S Students bring their own devices (smartphones, iPads, Tablets, laptops, etc).
  3. 3. Advantages of BYODS Cost savings to the schoolS Learning is enhanced by use of technologyS Blended Learning & Flipped ClassroomsS 21st Century Skills (Students entering Kindergarten this year will graduate in 2025)S Engagement & MotivationS One device, many locations
  4. 4. Access to TechnologyS BYOD allows for any time, anywhere, any deviceS Parent financedS Requires minimum standardsS Is personalizedS Is common in more than 72% of higher education and businesses
  5. 5. Are They Really Banned?S 69% of US High Schools ban mobile devicesS In schools that ban mobile devices, 63% of students use them anywayS 47% of students say they can text message with their eyes closedS 40% of teens (ages 12-17) in the US have smartphonesS 67% of parents would purchase mobile devices for students to use in schoolS 66% of parents support use of online / digital textbooks
  6. 6. Reasons to Embrace BYODS Students today are Digital NativesS Students should not have to “power down” in schoolS More resources available digitally (like textbooks)S Promote appropriate use instead of banning itS Bridge the digital gap between those who can & those who cannotS Expanded access provides access to more online materials & resources, and improves teacher effectiveness
  7. 7. Today’s LearnerS Spends 50 hours a week with technologyS Lives in a multimedia (color) worldS Prioritizes visual learningS Learn best through trial and errorS Are constantly connected and collaboratingS Can access information that is live and linked
  8. 8. 21st Century Learning is…S ConnectedS Anytime, Anywhere, AnyoneS New skills & literacies (problem solving, communication, collaboration, media, information, innovation, creativity, critical thinking, innovation)S PersonalizedS Student-centeredS Multi-mediaS Creative
  9. 9. Myths DebunkedS Article by Lisa Nelson, author of Teaching Generation Text: Cell Phones to Enhance LearningS Digital DivideS Weakest DeviceS Distraction
  10. 10. What Will You Do?S Applications S QR CodesS Podcasting S Language learningS Quick polls, quizzes, tests S Movies, slideshowsS Measuring data S FieldtripsS Digital Storytelling S Data organizationS Email S Research
  11. 11. More IdeasS Blended learningS BlogsS Discussion ForumS Wikis
  12. 12. Additional Resources to ExploreS The Mobile Native Blog – BYOD “Food for Thought”S A Teacher’s Coda Blog – Resources for BYOT ProgramsS Rethinking Learning – 7 Questions for BYOD to SchoolS Lightspeed Blog – 10 Tips for BYOD in SchoolsS ISTE Point / Counterpoint – YesS Edudemic – 10 Schools Incorporating BYODS Diigo - Ideas for BYODS Pinterest - BYOD

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