Have you been thinking about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)? Are you ready to learn more? In this edWeb.net webinar presented by the Digital Classroom community webinar, Rachelle Wooten, Digital Learning Specialist at Fort Bend ISD, provided a primer on BYOD, including digital tool recommendations, classroom management tips, lesson planning, and teaching tips.
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In this edWeb.net EdTech Innovators webinar, attendees learned how one principal is using technology to connect students and teachers. Delsia Malone, Principal of W.E. Striplin Elementary School in Gadsden, AL, discussed how she personally models technology use for both teachers and students, and why she made the decision to incorporate technology into all aspects of her school.
As 1:1 and BYOD programs are becoming more mainstream, equity issues beyond access to devices are arising in schools. In this special event presented by CoSN, the presenters explored the various types of digital inequities and how to address them. Marie Bjerede, CoSN’s Project Director for the Leadership for Mobile Learning initiative, began the session by framing the digital equity issue and sharing CoSN’s mobile learning resources.
The infusion of 1:1 and BYOD in classrooms today provides a learning experience for students far beyond what a teacher can generate within the community of the school. Educators now find themselves with endless options for creating a personalized learning experience for every student in the classroom.
Webinar presenter Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal at Republic Middle School in MO, examined what pitfalls educators have experienced so far – and how to avoid them yourself!
One of the biggest trends in education is the implementation of “Bring Your Own Device” (BYOD) programs in schools. While these initiatives can bring great benefits, they can also lead to trouble if not implemented properly.
For many educators, BYOD is an acronym that may sound vaguely familiar. As an educational idea in classrooms or libraries, it may lead to more questions than answers. BYOD is one of many strategies that districts are using to promote 21st Century Skills, foster collaboration and engage students at the point of instruction.