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2013 Open Learning

Any Device Will Do! Best Practices of BYOD Implementation

Presenter: Naomi Harm
Location: Brownsville, MN USA
@nharm

Presentation Title: Any Device Will Do! Best Practices of BYOD Implementation

Presentation Description: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is more about instructional design and delivery, rather than tools, devices, or applications. Teachers who implement BYOD effectively also facilitate and nurture learning communities in their classrooms while recognizing the immediate needs of today’s digital age learners to collaborate, communicate, create, and think critically. This online webinar will model effective mobile teaching and learning scenarios to implement a BYOD program in your K-12 schools and classrooms. The session is designed to increase your understanding of BYOD in order to lead to greater student engagement in learning and to empower teachers to design and create new compelling and motivating lessons and assignments.

Link to presentation’s supporting documents:
https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B5H1a731M_BYa0FCSmtlT1EwbDg&usp=sharing

Additional Information:
Blog: http://blog.innovativeeducator.us

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  2. Adam

    BYOD in schools has become a popular (and controversial) topic in education. Besides the educational challenges, there are also many technical challenges involved in BYOD in schools, such as device management, security and more.

    Download the White Paper: “BYOD and K-12: Building Blocks to Universal Learning Environments” for ideas on leveraging BYOD to create interactive learning environments and increase student participation.

    https://www.ericom.com/wp-byod-k-12.asp?URL_ID=708

    Please note that I work for Ericom

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