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. Presenting Live From Here, There, & Everywhere! Conference Highlights #ISTE2017 #NOTATISTE byod edtech ISTE ISTE 2017

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Presentation App Boosts Learning in Blended, BYOD Classroom


Apollo Presentation and student-response system good for BYOD, 1-to-1 classrooms Pros: The drag-and-drop interface makes designing easy; students can take control, answering questions and presenting their own knowledge. App of the Day Resources Screencast Presentation App News


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The role of parents to a successful BYOD program


Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs are a natural corollary to technology-based educational initiatives. Challenges for BYOD are, however, also obvious: strain on school internet networks, content management, cheating and distraction.

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Be Present

A Principal's Reflections

The only way to accomplish this was to become even more present by developing protocols to ensure we are in classrooms each day. A pedagogically sound BYOD lesson in English where an equitable environment was created using both student and school-owned technology. Be present!

Are You Leading with Fear? #BYOD

The Mobile Native

In reality, these challenges have always been present within the classroom. BYOD BYOT Remind101

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BYOD and Web Based Apps, Hosted Apps

Educational Technology Guy

BYOD, Bring Your Own Device, is very popular in many schools. BYOD does present some challenges including security and access to resources and software from personal devices. byod chromebooks server virtual Web Applications

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#BYOD Toolkit Provides Resources Necessary for Success

The Innovative Educator

As Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) becomes and option for more and more schools, it is important to get the right pieces in place. A good place to start is the BYOD Toolkit which is part of the K-12 Blueprint for implementing successful technology initiatives. The Toolkit includes case studies, checklists, step-by-steps, program frameworks, forms, and presentations to help in planning and implementing a BYOD program at the school or district level.


How school IT pros can use BYOD principles to ace the BYOA test

eSchool News

Just when school IT administrators thought they were on level ground after wading through the murky waters of BYOD (bring-your-own-device), a new challenge has emerged. BYOD has led to the burgeoning popularity of BYOA (bring-your-own-application). The BYOD Foundation.

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The Dog in BYOD-- make sure you have tissues ready

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

Longer story shorter, after getting certified, another teacher and I wrote proposals, gave presentations and the two of us got approval to start the Pets Assisting Willing Students (PAWS) therapy dog program. BYOD connecting with students dogs Reading therapy dogs

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Can BYOD Narrow the Digital Divide? #SXSWedu


Notes from SXSWedu presentation by Dr. Michael Mills [link] A BYOD policy is a bridge for low SES students. Ex: travel If you are a crappy teacher with bad classroom management who sits at their computer checking email all day, don''t do BYOD.

Hospitality for Virtual Presenters


I am finding more and more conferences willing to accommodate me as a virtual presenter. There are many reasons why a conference might want to welcome virtual presenters (diversity and equity being two). Most events I have presented at put the burden of this on my onsite co-presenters.

What would you tell teachers new to #BYOD / #BYOT?


Photo from @AquiAmigo Presentation at SXSWEdu 2013 I''ve been putting this question out on Twitter, but thought perhaps I''d get more in depth responses if I ask via my blog. BYOD BYOT professional development


Is BYOD A Cop-Out for Schools That Should Be Providing Technology to Students?


Image Source This morning, I read an excellent article from The Journal called Why BYOD, Not Banning Cell Phones, is the Answer. First, the anonymous comment: This article is about the advantages of one-to-one contact with technology in the classrooms, not BYOD. 1:1 BYOD BYOT


"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.


Presenting and participating in the EDUCAUSE 2015 conference

Bryan Alexander

This October I’ll be presenting, participating, networking, schmoozing, reconnecting, and generally hob-nobbing with people at the EDUCAUSE 2015 conference in Indianapolis. Later that day I’ll presenting in a virtual session, Working with Emerging Technologies to Promote Engaging Learning. This dynamic preconference seminar features 12 speakers who will each present their approach to effectively working with emerging technologies to support teaching and learning.

Going #BYOD ? Educators Share Ideas on Using Devices for Learning

The Innovative Educator

Please visit the presentation at [link] and fllow the directions for sharing. If you''re in a school where students have access to technology they have amazing learning tools at their fingertips. While equity and access is wonderful for students, teachers must know how to harness the power of these devices. If they don''t, these tools of engagement can turn into weapons of mass distraction. Check out the slides below for some ideas. Have ideas of your own?


The Intersection of Project Share, BYOD, and PBL #SXSWedu


Projects culminate in products that are presented. Present to appropriate audience. Ex: present to business leaders if your problem had to do with business. Can be play, poetry slam, formal presentation, etc. Rubrics apply to the project process and final presentation. BYOD goal was simple: turn on a device and automatically connect to the network. With PBL and BYOD, everything changes! BYOD pbl sxswedu


Crestron expands small-room presentation tools

eSchool News

New DMPS3-4K-50 and DMPS3-4K-100-C join Crestron’s line of “no programming” presentation systems. Crestron has expanded its line of all-in-one DigitaMedia 3-Series Presentation Systems (DMPS3) with two all-new models designed specifically for single-display applications. For a quick overview of Crestron’s new DMPS3-4K Series all-in-one presentation systems for single-display applications, watch the video on the new Crestron YouTube® channel for Crestron DM.


The future of education in 2016, from the sharing economy to BYOD: my Future Trends Forum recording and materials

Bryan Alexander

This led to a lot of audience participation, and involved more presentation that we’ve seen so far in the Forum. I held back from presenting as much as I could, in order to let participants discuss the issues with each other. Last week I led a new Future Trends Forum with a twist.


Teacher's Top Five: Rachelle Wooten's Versatile Tools for BYOD and the 4 Cs

Graphite Blog

We do just about everything with Edmodo since many of our campuses are BYOD, and Edmodo is available on platforms. Students log in with Edmodo and create "tackks" to communicate their research findings or to use as visual support for their speech presentations. Students can interact and view teacher presentations no matter what device they have. (We We encourage BYOD at many of our secondary campuses, so that's important.)

It's Not a Technology Issue

A Principal's Reflections

As the presentation began to focus on mobile learning initiatives a hand immediately went up. For the majority of my presentation this school leader had been disengaged himself with his technology. 1:1 laptop program BYOD Digital Leadership mobile learning mobile learning devices

Distraction 2 Reaction: BYOT (BYOD) Success!


Notes from TCEA 2012 Presentation by Eanes ISD Tech Group and Carl Hooker, Director of Instructional Technology, Eanes ISD Presentation posted at: Research Behind BYOT 2011 Horizon Report K12 Edition - Published every year. - Resource used during the presentation. Puppet Pals - another puppet app QR Codes - Students scan them to download assignments and presentations or go to websites. 1:1 BYOD BYOT tcea TCEA2012


Using Screencasting and Google Slides to Make an Authentic Language Project

Dr. Shannon Doak

Since editing is not usually possible within the screencasting tool if using the free version, I also suggest that the student is ready to hit present in Google Slides as quickly as possible. Optimally they should push the present button during the countdown to record.


A true gift from SHEG: DIY digital literacy assessments and tools for historical thinking


Facebook Argument : Students consider the relative strength of evidence that two users present in a Facebook exchange. and world history and move students beyond the simple fact recognition presented by many bubble tests to engagement in historical thinking.

Edmodocon 2013

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

My best buddy and partner in crime, Liz Calderwood, and I are presenting at Edmodocon 2013 this summer! We are one of 15 presenters chosen for this global, virtual and free conference. Our session is titled Classroom Gymnastics: How to Use Edmodo for BYOD, 1:1 (When you can be), Paperless, and Flipped Learning. I hope you will join us online on August 7th, 2013 and view all the presentations. I am so thrilled to share this news!

Richardson Independent School District – Texas, USA

eSchool News

Supports different BYOD operating systems & perfectly integrates in the network. For Technology Project Manager, Terry Balch, finding such a solution was far more difficult than it should have been: “We looked at five presentation solutions. BARCO SOLUTION. wePresent. KEY BENEFITS.

What are we doing?

Dr. Shannon Doak

This book presents a framework for innovation in educational institutions. BYOD Computational Thinking Creation Creativity Innovation Leadership My ThoughtsThis is not a rhetorical question. What are we doing in schools today?

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. Take a look at Matt''s presentation. edtech BYOD BYOT choice iPad paperless One of my students, Matt D.,

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4 Factors for Providing Wireless Network Security and Preparing for the Future


From a satellite office on the other side of the world, you can share presentations with colleagues, onboard new employees into payroll and benefits remotely from HQ, send your mom a fruit arrangement because you said you'd call but All of this information is being created, saved and shared via wireless network. As we move closer toward the singularity digital future, we create for ourselves a hundred new ways to share information, experiences and knowledge.


Resources from 25 Presentations at Miami Device 2015

Learning in Hand

Miami Device had an amazing collection of presenters, all speaking about hot education topics. Fortunately, some of the speakers have provided digital handouts and resources from their presentations. Nelson shares a PDF with the colorful slides from his amazing presentation.

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6 Conferences In 5 Days at #SDEevents for Educators This Summer in Vegas!


Monday - July 7 *Don''t miss the awesome keynote by my best friend and fabulous presenter, Kyle Pace at 8:20am! Go beyond the narrative and get your students excited about creating presentations, explanatory and informational pieces, and collaborative projects—all through digital stories.

Collaboration for Personalized Learning

BYOT Network

Clarification Guru – This role makes sure that what is being discussed/presented will be clearly stated to make it easy to understand while still remaining focused on the topic at hand. This post was written in collaboration with Douglas Konopelko.

Collaboration for Personalized Learning

BYOT Network

Clarification Guru – This role makes sure that what is being discussed/presented will be clearly stated to make it easy to understand while still remaining focused on the topic at hand. This post was written in collaboration with Doug Konopelko.

Animoby: Animated Learning for Anybody

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

I did a quick Google search for images, saved them in my camera roll, and added them to the presentation, cropping the images as needed. Teaching in a BYOD district with most of the students using smartphones, having a screencasting tool for a smartphone would be an asset.

My EdcampNJ Highlights

Baker's B.Y.O.D.

I use a mix of devices with some days in the class being BYOD and others using the school''s computers and netbooks (as available). I also use QR Codes, Socrative and InfuseLearning for other BYOD activities, and Today''s Meet for backchanneling.