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5 practical tips for BYOD equity

Neo LMS

This category is quite big and it constantly grows, but there are devices that are pretty common these days and everybody can have access to them easily — devices like smartphones and tablets. Schools don’t have to invest significant amounts of their funds in buying smartphones and tablets. 5 practical tips for BYOD equity.

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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. How do you manage your BYOD program if you have one at your school? lunch) or in class at the discretion of the teacher. Mobile learning devices (i.e.

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Top 10 BYOD concerns — and how to overcome them [Part 2]

Neo LMS

In the last week’s post I promised to address exactly 10 BYOD concerns that keep schools reluctant to allowing students to use their mobile devices in the classroom. Now I’ll move on to the next BYOD concerns: Top 10 BYOD concerns [Part 2]: 6. BYOD can lead to network overload.

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Addressing the most common parent concerns about BYOD in schools

Neo LMS

BYOD — Bring Your Own Device — has taken the education system by storm. There’s been a lot of talk about BYOD in schools, on whether or not it is beneficial for the learning process of students, with serious arguments in both camps. I for one believe BYOD at school is a clear case of the if you can’t fight it, embrace it mantra.

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Moving Schools Forward With BYOD

A Principal's Reflections

I visited Eric’s High School on February 24 th to observe Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) and his implementation of a contemporary learning environment. Students brought out a variety of devices including Blackberries, iPhones, and Smartphones to answer multiple choice questions. Check out his blog Embrace, Adapt, Enhance.

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Textbooks optional: What unbundling and BYOD mean for learning technology

eSchool News

Today’s educators are looking to Chromebooks , smartphones and maker spaces to enhance their teaching. Enter the age of BYOD. BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is a huge part of the way schools are integrating technology. The benefits of a BYOD program are far-reaching. Other tools going the way of the overhead projector?

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Balance the Delivery

Ask a Tech Teacher

Years ago, I took the lead in writing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy for my school site, which was later adopted by my district. While already aware of the effects smartphones had on students’ attention, I tried to keep a balanced approach to using technology in my classroom.