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Bring Your Own Device Proposal

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Bonnie Rios

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Transcript of Bring Your Own Device Proposal

Overview of School
Executive Summary
References
Needs & Improvements
Goals
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Executive Summary:
Private Schools: 20 schools in Irving, TX serving 2710 students
Student to teacher ratio at SGCA: 7:1
90% of SGCA graduates matriculate to college (past 10 years)
Founded in 1975
SGCA can begin integration of technology into curriculum by instituting a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy
Students without their own device should be provided with comparable device to use at school in order to ensure all students have equal access to instruction and participation
SGCA will create a technology team, perform a needs assessment, and create a technology plan to present to funding organization/s to provide iPad minis and professional development for all upper school faculty
Needs and Proposed Improvements
To create a technology-friendly environment which connects students’ digital lives outside of school with that of the educational environment
Objective
:
Students will be allowed to bring designated personal digital devices to school for educational purposes and allowed to use within the classroom at specific times designated by individual teachers
SGCA Board of Trustees
Bring Your Own Device Proposal
StoneGate Christian Academy
Irving, Texas
StoneGate Christian Academy

SGCA- 119 students (2013-2014) =
4.3% of Irving private school enrollment
Source: StoneGate Christian Academy Parent/Student Supplemental Handbook
Proper use of BYOD can "enhance learning in the classroom when deemed appropriate at individual teacher discretion" (Frisco Independent School District, 2011-2012)
Create Technology Team to research benefits/challenges
Survey parents and students
Research BYOD policies at area schools, public and private
Determine best use of personal digital devices for classroom application and which devices to include
Assure equal access for all students
Examine existing infrastructure and identify areas of improvement (ex. school network bandwidth)
Conduct cost analysis
Submit grant proposal/application to chosen funding institution/s
How Do We Start?
Goal of BYOD
Objective
:
School will implement a BYOD program and policy and ensure every student is able to participate
A BYOD program can allow SGCA to begin implementing educational technology into the classrooms at very little cost. However, without proper training of teachers on the use of each approved device and applications which will be used in class, BYOD will likely lose its value (Chadband, 2012).
Activities
Bonnie Rios
June 27, 2014
Beta Test: Students in grades 9 through 12 (adding grades 7-8 in year two) will be allowed to bring their own personal technology device to school for specific educational purposes designated by individual classroom teachers in accordance with BYOD policy-
no initial cost to school for devices
School will provide iPad Minis for students who do not own a suitable portable device-
10-iPad minis, 16BG, from $249/each
Teachers will be trained in the use of each approved device-
4-hour workshop- $150/per hour for consultant/trainer plus appropriate resources
Teachers will choose and be trained in applications to be used in the educational/classroom setting-
4-hour workshop- $150/per hour for consultant/trainer plus appropriate resources
References
Chadband, E. (2012). Should schools embrace “bring your own device”? NEAToday. http://neatoday.org/2012/07/19/should-schools-embrace-bring-your-own-device/
Frisco Independent School District. (2011-2012). BYOD: Bring your own device! [pdf file].
StoneGate Christian Academy. (2013). http://www.sgca.net.
Why Change the Policy?
As stated by Robert Gray Middle School (2014) in Portland Oregon, BYOD "seeks to strategically incorporate technology into academics, social-emotional development, positive behavior management" (www.pps.k12.or.us/schools/gray/751.htm)
Portland Public Schools. (2014). Bring your own devices initiative. Robert Gray Middle School. Retrieved from http://www.pps.k12.or.us/schools/gray/751.htm
Evaluation Plan
Weekly Observations of classroom usage of BYOD by Principal and/or technology facilitator

Teacher portfolio tracking specific use of BYOD in classroom documenting, effectiveness, successes and challenges

Teacher and Student Survey at end of first quarter following initiation of BYOD policy

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)
Current Policy
No PDAs allowed during school hours

Exception- limited use of Laptops and e-Readers at teacher discretion

Irving Independent School District (n.d.) http://irvingisd.net/education/components/scrapbook/default.php?sectiondetailid=17270&
34 K-12 schools in Irving, TX, serving approx. 34,000 students
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