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  • Roger tyler duncan keypoint presentation in technology

    1. 1. Mobile Technology By: Roger Tyler Duncan
    2. 2. What is mobile technology?Any technology that can be easily movedex. ipads, mp3, etc.WHAT IS THE TREND?Technology is being used more in the schools today then everbefore. This step has strength our children’s education.
    3. 3. Pass problems, Today ConcernsTechnology was introduced to schools under unpleasantcircumstances Cyberbulling Sexting Incidents Etc. Movie:
    4. 4. New News: Technology is goodTechnology improves student achievement in reading, writing, and mathematicsTechnology improves school efficiency, productivity, and decision-makingTechnology helps teacher meet professional requirementsTechnology improves learning skillsTechnology can help schools meet the needs of all studentsTechnology promotes equity and access in educationTechnology improves work force
    5. 5. To stop misuse of devices Safety Policy
    6. 6. NASSP Guiding PrinciplesEducation should prepare students to be active, constructive participants in a global societyTechnology-enhances instruction has the capacity to engage students deeply in their work, connect them withcountless resources, and allow them to collaborate across time and spaceSchools should provide a student-centered, personalized, and customized experience for all students fundamentaltenet of the Breaking Ranks schools improvement frameworkSchools should advocate and model values that are essential in a civil and democratic societyLearning can take place when student feel free from violence and harassmentSchools should offer meaningful roles in decision making to students to promote students learning and anatmosphere of participation, responsibility, and ownership
    7. 7. School leaders should doEncourage and model the appropriate and responsible use of mobile and social technologies to maximize students’opportunities to create and share contentLead the conversation around connectivity and involve students in the creation of policiesIncorporate the responsible use of mobile technology into an acceptable use policyPromote one-to one access to connectible devices, including students’ own devices, to allow for anytime-anywherelearningIncorporate cyberbulling and sexting prevention guidelines into the student code of conductParticipate in and provide teachers professional development on the effective use of mobile devices and networkingin schools
    8. 8. Policymakers shouldProvide a funding stream to ensure broadband infrastructureand mobile learning devices for all studentsEnact reasonable policies on cyberbulling, sexting, and otherforms of electronic harassment that clarify the legal liabilityof school officialsEngage school leaders in the conversation that inform policesthat are designed to curtail and punish online harassment
    9. 9. A Good Examplemovie:
    10. 10. Other sites
    11. 11. Works Cited