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BYOD for WWUSD
BYODBring Your Own Device
Policies and ProceduresAUPComputer Use AgreementBYOD with Q & A
Driving Questions How do we leverage technology when on a limited budget? How do we connect with students in the 21st Century when we ask them to power down when they walk into school? How do we utilize resources to engage students in a way that enhances learning, engages students and allows for gradual release of learning from teacher to student (scaffolding)?
We do not want disconnect between the culture of studentPhilosophy home life and student experiences in school. We want students to use real life technology tools appropriately to enhance their learning. Student BYOD District
http://corkboard.me/wOxqeajf8CBenefits Cost savings Convenience of staying in classroom setting Empowering students and staff through personal device satisfaction Personalized Differentiated instructional opportunities Just in time learning Collaborative learning opportunities Student engagement
Challenges or Concerns Equitable access Theft or loss Troubleshooting various devices Limitation of devices/dataplans Inappropriate use/off-task Classroom control Cyberbullying Security
Teachable moments Safety – internet, social networking, etc. Etiquette – what is appropriate, what is not Technology and Library Plan must contain a plan to educate students on social media, Cyberbullying, and chat rooms. " Responsibility—what are consequences for noncompliance? (permission slips)
Toys to Tools Calculator Calendar/organizer Notes/Voice Recorder Timer or stop watch Internet access for research or inquiry Camera or camcorder Clicker or Response devices (Google Forms, Polleverywhere) Text messaging
Camera and Camcorder Pictures of science lab or experiment Notetaking (pictures of diagram) Local Landmarks Project-photoblog/presentation; video of local historian or expert Geometry Digital Notebooks (shapes, angles, etc.) Rock , Leaf, Insect identification (Concept videos/pictures) Document a Field Trip Video P.E. skills test (sports analysis apps or fitness apps) Create a short skit using today’s vocabulary words School video journal Video Book Critique
Clickers or Response Systems Bell Ringer activities Anticipatory guides/activities Check for comprehension Weigh in on a matter Brainstorm Exit questionsTools: Polleverywhere.com (http://www.polleverywhere.com/) Google Forms Corkboard.me (http://hello.corkboard.me/)
Voice Recorder Record pronunciation of words in French or Spanish Record students reading a passage (fluency) Have students respond to a question or reading to check for comprehension Interview an expert
Future agenda items? Google Chrome-Apps for teacher productivity Library resources/lessons—eBooks, audio books, Destiny, mobile apps, other databases, differentiating texts with Badgerlink resources QR codes Gaming in education iPad activity Other ideas? Reading incentive Program?