Savvy #ISTE17 Interviews: BYOD ISTE Sessions for Tuesday

Teacher Reboot Camp

This year Cori helped oversee the BYOD sessions. Cori gives a quick overview of Monday’s BYOD sessions. I have included a list of BYOD sessions you could attend today, Tuesday, with times listed and room numbers. Tuesday BYOD Sessions. iPad Art & ‘Tra-Dgital’ Approaches to Learning in Hands-On Creative Classrooms (B306). Conference Highlights #ISTE2017 #NOTATISTE byod edtech ISTE ISTE 2017

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AirDrop for the BYOD classroom

Dr. Shannon Doak

Many schools have BYOD (Bring your Own Device). What this means for a BYOD school is far greater than what is described above. PDF File Transfer from iPad to Chromebook! I have tested SnapDrop on several devices (Macbook, Chromebook, Pixel and an iPad). However, on the iPad I found I needed to use Safari and there was another step needed to get the transferred image into my camera roll. Android BYOD Chrome Can Chromebooks Innovation


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Streamlining BYOD With ClassLink

A Principal's Reflections

After a semester long pilot program with the senior class during the spring of 2011, we rolled out our Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program to the entire student body in September. One thing we quickly realized is that our students owned and brought a diversity of devices to school including smartphones, iTouches, iPads, laptops, and other tablet devices (Kindles, Nooks, Playbooks, etc.). How do you manage your BYOD program if you have one at your school?

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BYOD and the Paperless Classroom

A Principal's Reflections

Students complete assignments whether it’s homework, class work, projects and tests all online using various websites, such as, Edmodo, Tumblr and Instagram on their BYOD devices. They also use their smart phones, iPads, iPods and digital cameras to take notes or to capture information. BYOD educational technology New Milford High School Social Media Vikki Smith

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Quick Collection Of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Resources

The Web20Classroom

But while students are embracing BYOD with loud applause, educators are taking a step back and thinking about the impact BYOD has on their teaching. I recently worked with teachers on a BYOD initiative and the first questions I would get asked centered around how they were going to utilize all the different devices at the same time, how they would see what was on each screen and how did their teaching need to change now that every student had a device.

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BYOD: Bring Your Own Disenthrallment

Fractus Learning

The school’s IT set up is all that anyone could ask for; 1:1 iPads in Years 8-10, a BYOD program in senior classes and three well equipped computer labs. Perhaps I could become “iPad Man” or maybe even his sidekick “Learning Boy” ( BYOD: Bring Your Own Disguise.) I am fortunate to have found myself in the kind of job that others dream about ( BYOD: Bring Your Own Dream.) BYOD: Bring Your Only Dentist! )


Augmented Reality – The Art of BYOD


So we set out to employ BYOD (bring your own devices) with augmented reality. NOTE: Having a class-set of common devices (like an iPad cart) can allow you to quickly troubleshoot and set up for more successful engagement. The post Augmented Reality – The Art of BYOD appeared first on EdTechTeam. There are times in a school year when we are able to try things out with students with less risk (meaning failure is ok).


The best BYOD tech tools for the Common Core classroom

eSchool News

Our Board of Education then announced we were now a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) district, but did not provide the professional development time to support this initiative. Meaning, students can get to the tool and create it regardless of whether they are using a PC, MAC, iPad, or Android. Next page: 4 “Keep it Simple” tool categories for BYOD and more. 21st Century Skills Common Core Digital Learning and Tools byod Google simple tech

7 Ways to Creatively Ask Questions in the Classroom Using iPads!


The only difference is instead of having children use their dry erase boards, erasers, and expo markers, we use our iPads. Using iPads as "Dry Erase Boards" BUT with Pre-Created Templates - saves time so we can focus on the content - Teachers can quickly change out templates for students to submit responses… with one click! With The Answer Pad''s free app, TapIt Free, my students are able to answer questions using templates I push out to their iPads. Grab your iPad.

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Bring Your Own Device #BYOD - 5 Lessons for Success

The Innovative Educator

I knew it was going to be an interesting phone call (any call usually is before 8:00 in I.T.). When the teacher asked why she couldn’t get to “” and her kids were arriving in 15 minutes for the first BYOD pilot class, I took my first deep breath of the morning…. One month and a half into the program, they ordered 30 iPads, and the official BYOD pilot unofficially became a 1:1 iPad project. BYOD / BYOT


10 Pros And Cons Of A Bring Your Own Device Scheme.


Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schemes have got more and more popular over recent years. Below I have listed 10 pros and cons of BYOD: PROS: 1) The devices are excellent learning tools which bring a lot to the classroom. 5) BYOD leads to more copying and pasting. 6) Many schools require evidence in books which can be problematic with a BYOD scheme – teachers often have to print out the online work and stick it in books. 10) Children often forget their iPad.

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District launches cloud Wi-Fi to support BYOD

eSchool News

ADTRAN managed Wi-Fi solution enables high-speed connectivity and ease-of-management for a 20,000-device BYOD initiative. ADTRAN is partnering with Calhoun County Schools to deploy district-wide, high-speed Wi-Fi to support the district’s Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program. This initiative is enabling teachers to incorporate new tools into their curriculum that will allow students in Calhoun County Schools to compete more effectively in today’s data-driven economy.


How to Use an iPad for Academic Use

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

created a presentation on how to use an iPad for academic use based on his experiences last year. We are a BYOD district, but still being rooted in paper, our paperless skills are still emerging. Well, Matt has taken the guess work out of using an iPad in a BYOD classroom. edtech BYOD BYOT choice iPad paperless One of my students, Matt D., Part of the delay is that it takes time to figure out an effective workflow with new technology.

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iPads keep students connected, even on snow days

eSchool News

How students still complete assignments on off-days at one district thanks to their iPads. Leah Sparks, the technology director for Kanawha County Schools, has spent several years planning for a district-wide technology program that has culminated in the distribution of nearly 10,000 iPads this school year. Keys to Successful Mobile Learning McClatchy Mobile and Handheld Technologies News Top News blended learning byod elearning ipads one-to-one snow days

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3 Products from Logitech to Help Reach Every Student

The CoolCatTeacher

First, a very cool stylus called the Logitech Crayon doesn’t require pairing and can be used on any iPad. The Logitech Crayon pairs instantly with any iPad in your classroom, making it perfect for teacher assistance and peer feedback. The Logitech Crayon is a digital iPad pencil.

"Digital-Divide" Is Not an Excuse to Avoid Implementing a BYOD Policy at Your School

The 21st Century Principal

Recently, I found myself entangled with several people in a Twitter debate about whether BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) policies actually perpetuate or aggravate the digital divide our students currently experience. Having a BYOD policy would seem to perpetuate the divide between the tech-haves and tech-have-nots. Still, we do need to be concerned about the effects of the digital divide under our BYOD policy.


New! 30+ EdTech Resources Series

The Mobile Native

30+ BYOD and BYOT Resources 30+ iPad Resources 30+ QR Code Resources 30+ Mobile Learning Resources. BYOD BYOT iPads Mobile Learning QR Codes

Interesting idea - Chromebook + Nexus 7 instead of just an iPad

Educational Technology Guy

At EdcampCT this past week, I was chatting with Greg McVerry ( @jgmac1106 ) about devices, 1-1 and BYOD and he made an interesting comment. Instead of a school purchasing an iPad and keyboard for all the students, what about a Chromebook and Nexus 7 for each student? An iPad starts at $500 and then add the case for $50 and keyboard for around $50 and you are at $600 for one device. Android chromebooks edcamp google Chrome OS Google for Educators iPad

iPad Basic Training for Teachers


The Background Photo Used Under a Creative Commons License In the Spring of 2013, my school district committed to issuing an iPad to every classroom teacher. The purposes for this initiative were to give teachers an additional tool for teaching and learning and to familiarize teachers with mobile devices in anticipation of more iPads being purchased for classroom use and a grades 6-12 BYOD program coming in the next school year.

Recent Mobile Learning Findings

The Mobile Native

iPads : 1. iPad Apps Separated by Subject Area 2. 103 Interesting Ways to Use iPads in the Classroom 3. iPad/iPod Resources 4. Middle School iPad Apps 6. iPad in Education Resources Worth Exploring 7. 50 Resources for iPad Use in the Classroom 9. 39 Sites for Using iPads in the Classroom 10. 32 iPad Tips and Tricks Smart Phones (Mobile Learning Devices) : 1. 100 Mobile Tools for Teachers BYOD : 1. BYOD: A Guide for Schools 2.

Apps for a One iPad Classroom

Rebecca Davies

Over the last year I have gone from BYOD classrooms, to one-to-one iPad to a class with eight shared iPads. Here are come of my favourite solutions for teachers with anywhere from one to ten iPads for their class. These are very common apps that come up on most one-to-one iPad lists. I love them in my shared iPad classroom though, because they allow students to create something amazing within a short amount of time. apps ipads

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50 Shades of Mobile

The Mobile Native

Learning2Go iPads 11. iPad Apps Separated by Subject Area 12. iPad/iPod Resources 13. 102 Interesting Ways to Use iPads in the Classroom 14. Middle School iPad Apps 15. iPads in Education Wiki 16. 50 Resources for iPad use in the Classroom 19. iPad in Education Resources Worth Exploring 20. 39 Sites for Using iPads in the Classroom 21. 32 iPad Tips and Tricks 22. Learnlets BYOD/BYOT 44. BYOD in the 21st Century 45.

Apps for a One iPad Classroom

Rebecca Davies

Over the last year I have gone from BYOD classrooms, to one-to-one iPad to a class with eight shared iPads. Here are come of my favourite solutions for teachers with anywhere from one to ten iPads for their class. These are very common apps that come up on most one-to-one iPad lists. I love them in my shared iPad classroom though, because they allow students to create something amazing within a short amount of time. apps ipads

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Why overwhelmed educators should stick to these simple tech tools

eSchool News

Our Board of Education then announced we were now a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) district, but did not provide the professional development time to support this initiative. Curriculum Featured on eSchool News Innovation Corner Professional Development (PD) Top News 21st century skills apps byod collaboration ipads mobile learning PD professional development simple technology tech tools Tech is shifting faster than teacher training can keep up.

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A Principal, a Superintendent, and a 1:1 iPad Initiative


This is a nice interview with Principal Patrick Larkin and Superintendent Eric Conti on the 1:1 iPad initiative currently going on at Burlington High School in Massachusetts. 1:1 administration BYOD BYOT education leadership iPad leadership This is definitely of value as a "why-to-do-it" resource.

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5 Ways to Amplify Student Voice Using Technology


Whether in a BYOD, one-to-one, or one-to-few device environment, educators can leverage technology to allow every student to share what they know, think, feel and understand in a meaningful way. Blog Featured Mason #ettipad #ettsummit #ipadchat #ipaded iPadPost by Instructor: Mason Mason. Follow him on Twitter @EdTechMason.

What will the active learning classroom look like in the not-so-distant future?

IT Bill

These trends include mobile technologies (BYOD), improved wireless connectivity, and an increased demand for flexible learning spaces. Educational Techology - EdTech Emerging Technologies BYOD emerging technologies flexible learning spaces hci Innovation iPad learner engagement learning technologies mobile paradigm smartphone sustainability tablets

Considering iPads for your high school Geometry classroom?

mauilibrarian2 in Olinda

[link] Considering iPads for your high school Geometry classroom? Here are some options: Got only one iPad for the classroom? Try Geometry Sketchpad Explorer for iPad - The Geometer''s Sketchpad Resource Center Want to use iPads with smart board technology? Got a BYOD classroom? How about Geometry Pad, a personal assistant, for iPad and Android tablets. mlearning geometry iPad teaching math


Distraction 2 Reaction: BYOT (BYOD) Success!


Instructional time can be lost while figuring out how to get multiple types of devices connected to the same resource Online testing not compatible with all devices (ex: iPad) Eanes ISD will post a copy of their BYOT policies to their website along with the presentation link. 1:1 BYOD BYOT tcea TCEA2012


The Secret to Effective Technology Integration in Schools

The CoolCatTeacher

” And in the blank insert Chromebook, iPads, BYOD, or laptops. Every Classroom Matters Podcast Innovation iPads Teaching Tech Tips TechnologyPowerful Learning First, Technology Second From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter. Powerful learning first technology second. What does this mean in the classroom? Well, have you heard the school that bragged that “we have all new, shiny.”

1:1 iPads and Digital Learning in Belton ISD


This conference about all things iPad in education was co-sponsored by Eanes ISD and TCEA. They gave an overview of how Belton began experimenting with BYOD and small 1:1 implementations over the past two years, culminating in opening a brand new middle school (grades 6-8) with 1:1 iPads for students in the 2011-2012 school year. When Belton tried BYOD, use in classroom was at teacher discretion. Gave high school teachers iPads ahead of time.

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How to Launch an Instructional Technology Strategy


Whether you have 1:1 iPads, Chromebooks, BYOD or are still deciding on devices, Christie Boen, Instructional Technology Coach and District Librarian at Bend-La Pine School District, will help you create a content and technology plan for success in the classroom and library using ebooks and audiobooks. Resources BYOD Webinars Ebooks WebinarJoin us to learn how to plan and execute an instructional technology strategy that supports your digital learning needs.

Chrome Can: Chrome-based Tablet for the Classroom

Dr. Shannon Doak

I was excited to trial a Chrome-based tablet to see how it measured up to the iPad. I am, as you are probably aware, a fan of Chromebooks, however, I also love iPads and the wonderful things you can do with them in the classroom! Keep in mind that this voice typing works really well, better than the iPad in my opinion. There are a few things I think this tablet does better than the iPad. Second, the screen is really nice and the colors are richer than my iPad.

5 Ways Adobe Premiere Rush Encourages Creativity in the Classroom

The CoolCatTeacher

It is good for beginners, perfect for a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) school like mine, and the projects sync between all devices. SIMPLE TEACHING So, whether they have an iPhone, iPad, Android, PC, or Mac – students have a consistent view as they work on their video.

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Mobile Learning in Georgetown ISD


Yesterday, local ABC affiliate KVUE did a story on our grades 6-12 BYOD initiative. For our opening convocation earlier this year Kim put together a video montage showing what our teachers and students had accomplished in 2012-2013 with iPads that were rolling out across our district. as of the start of the 2013-2014 school year, every teacher in our district has been issued an iPad, and many campuses are bringing in small sets of iPads to use with students.