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This is a presentation I created to discuss Tablet and BYOD usage in the Primary classroom as part of my assignment for Year 3 of my BA degree

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  1. 1. Tablets, iPads and Mobile Devices
  2. 2. Intuitive Technical iPads and Tablets interface Creative Easy to use Accessible to Learning FS and KS1 StylesPersonalised One finger touch Integrated SEN Portable hardware
  3. 3. Pre-school evidence
  4. 4. Not only for children’s use• a Choose Record the learning Email individualpicture with your experiences learner oryour apple or learner or and select the whole classandroid device. learners. learning reports. objectives.
  5. 5. ICT budget excluding software and staff costs £ 576.8M 42 % of gvnt spend £18 M £ 558.2 M 50 % of gvnt spend 2006 - 2007 2009 - 2010 ‘Level of expenditure considerable’ CfBT Education Trust (2010)
  6. 6. BYOD49% of 1500 children aged 8-11 years had theirown mobile phones (2006) (Ofcom Media Literacy Audit, 2006 cited in CfBT ,2010)Three-quarters (73%) of 10 year olds have theirown mobile phones (global average is 45%) (Daily Mail, 2012)
  7. 7. + Positives +• Contextual learning – children learn on their own devices – makes the learning more relevant (Wray, 2010)• Children know how to work their devices• More confident and less digitally restrained when using device• Integrated devices – camera, video, audio, internet• Can be used as a starting point to then upload work onto a network or to share on IWB• The student’s device is already up to date with software
  8. 8. Other considerations Safeguarding‘These types of devices, if usage is not managedappropriately, pose serious challenges for Strict guidelinesschools who are trying to safeguard pupil use ofthe internet within school. However, as withPupil network controlsmost new technologies, used in a positive waythey can provide new and exciting ways to Device integrationpromote learning and teaching within lessons’ On task? Hardware (Yorkshire & Humber Grid for Learning, 2012) Social exclusion Distractions
  9. 9. Practical Exercise• An example of a BYOD lesson• Go out and use your mobile phone to take a picture you like• Themed focus - Winter• 5 minutes•• Enter the albums name in the subject line• If you want to add a caption enter this in the body of the email
  10. 10. Possibilities within the classroom• Links to English – word usage of Winter, Poems, story to image• Links to Art – manipulate images – using images to describe a concept/feeling• Links to Science – Seasons, leaves• Links to Music – create a soundtrack, Garageband• Possibilities of extending or simplifying the activity to fit age• Link to Geography – location tagging – Pictures are taken and the children have to locate the image? – make this as hard or as simple as you want• Link to outside learning – important and valuable in extending learning and (DfES cited in Catling, 2010) and ‘makes subjects more vivid and intersting…enhances …understanding’ (Osted cited in Catling, 2010)
  11. 11. A final consideration• ‘There needs to be an understanding that we are not simply procuring technology for technology sake…[but] utilising emerging technology [to] assist in raising standards in schools and improve pupil outcomes.’ (Gnoll Primary School, 2012)