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  • That’s why President Obama is unveiling a bold, new initiative called ConnectED, which will connect 99 percent of America’s students to the internet through high-speed broadband and high-speed wireless within 5 years. The President also directed the federal government to make better use of existing funds to get Internet connectivity and educational technology into classrooms, and into the hands of teachers trained on its advantages. And he called on businesses, states, districts, schools and communities to support this vision, which requires no congressional action.
  • Senior John Cram pulled out his phone during a lab experiment in his material science class this fall. He wanted to measure the porosity of a cupcake. Using the cell phone camera, he took a picture, emailed to himself and imported into Photoshop where he could precisely measure each air pocket to calculate the cupcake porosity.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=obdf5UosbR0&feature=related –Soloway Http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tRTNnpV_79Y&feature=related – george engel While districts try to find additional funding for technology integration in the classroom, students are walking into the room with devices that are capable of providing a technology rich experience that is guided by the curriculum in the district. Ubiquitous computing ( ubicomp ) is a post-desktop model of human-computer interaction in which information processing has been thoroughly integrated into everyday objects and activities. In the course of ordinary activities, someone "using" ubiquitous computing engages many computational devices and systems simultaneously, and may not necessarily even be aware that they are doing so.
  • Ed Tech NJ 2013 Conference BYOD presentation

    1. 1. EdTechNJ Setting up BYOD in your School/District Presented by: Sandra Paul Director of Technology Sayreville Public Schools October 11, 2013
    2. 2. 2www.themeart.com Federal Communication Commission (FCC) The recently released National broadband plan made recommendations to the FCC to improve education in the US by supporting and promoting online learning through the expansion of broadband technology.
    3. 3. 3www.themeart.com ConnectEd
    4. 4. 4www.themeart.com Connected generation  4,000,000 children are posting content to the Web everyday  15,000,000 youth use internet messaging  Twitter - Twitter is now processing 50 million Tweets a day, which comes to about 1.5 billion Tweets a month. Royal Pingdom recently reported that Twitter passed one billion Tweets a month last December and measured about 1.2 billion in January. On a daily basis, Royal Pindom was measuring 27 million Tweets a day back in November, 2009. But the latest data comes from Twitter itself. (2/2010)  Facebook -With over 500 million users, Facebook is now used by 1 in every 13 people on earth, with over 250 million of them (over 50%) who log in every day. (2/2010)
    5. 5. 6www.themeart.com High School Scenerio
    6. 6. 7www.themeart.com What is BYOD? Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) - aBring Your Own Device (BYOD) - a concept where people useconcept where people use personally owned devices whichpersonally owned devices which areare not owned by theirnot owned by their employers or the school district.employers or the school district. Sometimes referred to as BringSometimes referred to as Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT).Your Own Technology (BYOT).
    7. 7. 8www.themeart.com Can’t beat them, join them Blended learning experiences both inside and outside of the classroom. Ubiquitous Technology/Computing
    8. 8. 9www.themeart.com Pros for BYOD (#edchat) Extends tech resources already used in school Reduces expenditures Provides 24/7 access Students control their own learning
    9. 9. 10www.themeart.com Pro for BYOD (#edchat) Ubiquitous technology Student stay on task Decrease in student theft and disruptive behavior Delivery of e-books and e- textbooks
    10. 10. 11www.themeart.com Cons for BYOD (#edchat) Equity among students Issues with WiFi and network filters CyberBullying
    11. 11. 12www.themeart.com Cons for BYOD (#edchat) Applications/Tools are not common on all platforms Student forgets to bring device to school PD for teachers on using BYOD in the classroom.
    12. 12. 13www.themeart.com Devices in the classroom
    13. 13. 14www.themeart.com Infrastructure concerns Different operating systems Type of access to provide for administrators, teachers, students. Filtering systems
    14. 14. 15www.themeart.com Infrastructure concerns Bandwidth of wireless IP addresses Virtualization Cloud Computing
    15. 15. 16www.themeart.com Details of Infrastructure Home devices Network Structure •Setting up VLANs •Wired network versus Wireless network •Security Policies •Separation of district devices from teacher/student devices District devices Students Teachers Admin Parents
    16. 16. 17www.themeart.com School/District network  WiFi standards – 802.11 a, b, g, n  Number of devices per WAP  Seamlessness of WiFi access with the building  Virtual desktop access  Hybrid cloud  Using online storage – iCloud, Google, Live.edu, Microsoft 360, Moodle, etc.
    17. 17. 18www.themeart.com Approaching IT Data security Applications as software or as a service Devices Bandwidth issues Approach to desktops Research and Articles
    18. 18. 19www.themeart.com Approaching the School Board Technology access time for teachers and students Consumerization of IT eTextbooks Invitations to tech conferences BYOD Articles
    19. 19. 20www.themeart.com Approaching the School Board STEM or STEAM Virtual School PARCC Online courses/Blended Learning MOOC/ Open University
    20. 20. 21www.themeart.com How will your teachers be affected by BYOD? Teachable moments No longer the sage on the stage Classroom management Student code of conduct Changes in Instruction Changes in Learning
    21. 21. 22www.themeart.com  Class resources ◦ Students would be able to download all class materials needed on a chapter-by-chapter basis  Edmodo  Teacher web  Research resources ◦ Students would be asked throughout the course of a class period to research questions, information, or activities (content based or researched based)  Definitions  Primary source document searches  Current events Classroom Application
    22. 22. 23www.themeart.com  Not only does BYOD affect the students, the teacher can greatly benefit as well  Leads to a change in pedagogy for the teacher  It will allow teachers to better instruct their students in an ever-changing, technologically advancing environment  Teacher -> student based lessons Change in Pedagogy
    23. 23. 24www.themeart.com BYOD in the classroom  Blogging  Social Media  Individual Responses  Polling  Collaboration  Scheduling  Multimedia projects  Project-based learning  Geocaching, etc.
    24. 24. 25www.themeart.com BYOD in the classroom
    25. 25. 26www.themeart.com TeacherStudent Parent District obligation regarding BYOD • Device responsibilityDevice responsibility • SecuritySecurity • Who is responsible for the data?Who is responsible for the data? District Technology Policy
    26. 26. 27www.themeart.com Device Filter Student Who is responsible? Responsible Use Agreement CIPA and FERPA Guidelines Online Behavior
    27. 27. 28www.themeart.com Sayreville Process Technology policy and AUPs Pilot program in High School Changes in instructional process Investigation of hybrid cloud Infrastructure upgrades – Switches – WAPs – IP Addresses
    28. 28. 29www.themeart.com BYOD Schools/Districts  New Milford High School  Bridgewater Raritan School District  Monroe Township High School  Forsyth County Schools in Georgia  St. Charles Place, New Orleans, La.  Allen Independent School District  Hanover Public Schools
    29. 29. 30www.themeart.com Examples of BYOD responsible agreements  Meigs Magnet School  Bridgewater Raritan, NJ  Logan City School District  CoSN – examples on website  ISTE – examples on website  Hanover Public School  Wolf Creek Public Schools  Allen Independent School District
    30. 30. 31www.themeart.com Quick review Types of technology Infrastructure Board of Education members Teachers Tech policy and AUPs
    31. 31. 32www.themeart.com Thank You for listening Contact Information: Email: sandra.paul@sayrevillek12.net Twitter: @spaul6414 Website: http://sspaul.blogspot.com Cell: 908-433-7076 LinkedIn: Sandra Paul
    32. 32. 33www.themeart.com Resources  http://www.proconlists.com/list/edu cation/byod-in-schools/863  “Bring your own device” catching on in schools. http://www.eschoolnews.com/2011/ 04/29/bring-your-own-device- catching-on-in-schools/

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