Ready, Set, Go with BYOD

With established norms, protocols and effective rapport between teacher and students, personal technology devices should not be a significant negative disruptive force in the classroom.

FISD teachers share their BYOD tricks with you. 


Some of the students in the CTE center created some BYOD posters for teachers to use:

BYOD posters for the classroom:

                                      

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BYOD posters about it being a privilege and not a right.

                              
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Student use of district devices
  • If your students are going to be using a district, device make sure you share with them you expectations. There are 2 examples for you use in the links below.
  • Teachers need to check the devices out to the students. Example check out sheets are also located below for you to use.


Adding Apps:
  • If you would like the students to have a particular app on their own device, please make sure you give them plenty of notice so they can download it at home (and get their parent's permission) and make sure you only ask them to download FREE apps. 
  • If you need an app that costs, please check with your campus tech facilitator about purchasing it for the campus. This process takes time so make sure you give your facilitator plenty of time to get the apps bought and loaded. 
For more information, tools, and project ideas check out this site:
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Katrina Stroot,
Aug 2, 2012, 7:37 AM
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Aug 2, 2012, 7:34 AM
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