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Transcript of BYOD
WERE developed to
educate, inform, and connect
people. This is where WE come into this picture.
Now, is the time we must choose which
technologies we are able to incorporate
into our classes.
But, without knowledge of what technologies
exist, we would be making
uninformed and uneducated decisions. http://www.socialnomics.net/2013/01/01/social-media-video-2013/ Managing Student Devices
the in Classroom
Read school rules for BYOD on PHS Website
Make sure students have submitted contract
Dock your device
Be on your feet, walking and supervising classroom and device
Use School provided signs
Use hand signals
Make a set of BYOD rules for YOUR classroom
Make a clear statement of what is acceptable to do with device after assignments are complete. Climbing the tree... a limb at a time. Social Media
Helps students communicate thoughts in between classes
Differentiates the way students communicate with other students and teacher
Allows more sharing of student ideas
Method for asking questions
AND, the students may answer each other (the teacher doesn't have to answer ALL the questions) Socialnomics New Languages SMS Language
Short Message Service
SMS language or textese (also known as txt-speak, txtese, chatspeak, txt, txtspk, txtk, txto, texting language, txt lingo, SMSish, txtslang,or txt talk) is a term for the abbreviations and slang most commonly used due to the necessary brevity of mobile phone text messaging, in particular the widespread SMS (Short Message Service) communication protocol.
SMS language is similar to that used by those sending telegraphs that charged by the word. It seeks to use the fewest number of letters to produce ultra-concise words and sentiments
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SMS_language Learning Management Systems Part 1