Jack L. Smith, School Technology Coordinator
Index
What is BYOD?
Why BYOD for Schools and Institutions?
Benefits of BYOD for Education
How it is implemented?
What...
What is BYOD?
BYOD means:
Bring Your Own Device :

Bringing your own mobile devices (laptops,
mobiles, tablets) to your classroom and
accessing priv...
Can BYOD help Schools?
Yes. Institutions are paying
up high price for desktop
and mobile devices – which
are quickly becom...
Can BYOD help Schools?

Keeping students
engaged while providing
a great learning
experience is one of the
top most challe...
An opportunity in schools?

New mobile technologies are
being created at break-neck
pace. How long will schools
keep buyin...
An opportunity in schools?
Flipped classroom :
Students learn new content
online by watching video
lectures any where
An opportunity in schools?
Teacher - student
interaction will increase
instead of spending
time in lecturing
An opportunity in schools?

Students can easily collaborate
on projects and even with
students from other schools
An opportunity in schools?
Cost savings in terms of
purchasing devices like
laptops, tablets etc.
How is it implemented?
Step 1: Run a pilot program before you make your BYOD
policy official
How is it implemented?
Step 2: Train teachers on how to incorporate devices
into the classroom
How is it implemented?
Step 3: Inform parents and students about your program
and policies
How is it implemented?
Step4: Track backend metrics to measure results
How is it implemented?
Step 5: Don’t be afraid to change things that aren’t
working.
What do schools
need to get started?
Robust wireless network
infrastructure
What do schools
need to get started?
Strong software infrastructure
What do schools
need to get started?
Role-Based Access Control
(RBAC)
What do schools
need to get started?
Application-Level Filtering
What do schools
need to get started?
Wireless network infrastructure like
Cisco’s BYOD Solutions for K12 Education
What do schools
need to get started?
Software infrastructure like
Faronics Deep Freeze: System restore software
Faronics I...
What do schools
need to get started?
Application-Level Filtering like
iBoss School Web Filters
Image Sources:
 savio-rebelo.blogspot.com
 blogs.wm.edu
 http://www.tibco.com/blog/category/tech-trends/mobility/
 www...
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How byod can be leveraged in education sector

  1. 1. Jack L. Smith, School Technology Coordinator
  2. 2. Index What is BYOD? Why BYOD for Schools and Institutions? Benefits of BYOD for Education How it is implemented? What school will need for it? Resources
  3. 3. What is BYOD? BYOD means:
  4. 4. Bring Your Own Device : Bringing your own mobile devices (laptops, mobiles, tablets) to your classroom and accessing privileged school information and
  5. 5. Can BYOD help Schools? Yes. Institutions are paying up high price for desktop and mobile devices – which are quickly becoming obsolete.
  6. 6. Can BYOD help Schools? Keeping students engaged while providing a great learning experience is one of the top most challenges
  7. 7. An opportunity in schools? New mobile technologies are being created at break-neck pace. How long will schools keep buying new ones?
  8. 8. An opportunity in schools? Flipped classroom : Students learn new content online by watching video lectures any where
  9. 9. An opportunity in schools? Teacher - student interaction will increase instead of spending time in lecturing
  10. 10. An opportunity in schools? Students can easily collaborate on projects and even with students from other schools
  11. 11. An opportunity in schools? Cost savings in terms of purchasing devices like laptops, tablets etc.
  12. 12. How is it implemented? Step 1: Run a pilot program before you make your BYOD policy official
  13. 13. How is it implemented? Step 2: Train teachers on how to incorporate devices into the classroom
  14. 14. How is it implemented? Step 3: Inform parents and students about your program and policies
  15. 15. How is it implemented? Step4: Track backend metrics to measure results
  16. 16. How is it implemented? Step 5: Don’t be afraid to change things that aren’t working.
  17. 17. What do schools need to get started? Robust wireless network infrastructure
  18. 18. What do schools need to get started? Strong software infrastructure
  19. 19. What do schools need to get started? Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
  20. 20. What do schools need to get started? Application-Level Filtering
  21. 21. What do schools need to get started? Wireless network infrastructure like Cisco’s BYOD Solutions for K12 Education
  22. 22. What do schools need to get started? Software infrastructure like Faronics Deep Freeze: System restore software Faronics Insight: Classroom Management software
  23. 23. What do schools need to get started? Application-Level Filtering like iBoss School Web Filters
  24. 24. Image Sources:  savio-rebelo.blogspot.com  blogs.wm.edu  http://www.tibco.com/blog/category/tech-trends/mobility/  www.technapex.com  bmhs.org  www.era.la  www.packwomantech.com  www.annistonstar.com  blog.airtightnetworks.com  archive.constantcontact.com  www.usgcrp.gov  firewall-review.narod.ru  www.writerscafe.org  www.pcconnection.com  www.faronics.com  www.iwf.org.uk

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