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BYOD

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Jill Fleming

on 15 December 2013

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Transcript of BYOD

BYOD-Bring Your Own Device
Reasons for BYOD
Why BYOD
From a school perspective
From a societal perspective
From a family perspective
Implementation
School readiness
Wifi network
Devices accepted
Security
Proper use
Accessibility for students
BYOD Definition
This acronym stands for bring your own device, and refers to children bringing their own technology like smartphones, tablets, and laptops for educational use. Many parents are asked to purchase the technology devices needed for kids.

Results of Implementation
Successes
Failures
Reactions/responses

Summary, Implications, and Discussion
BYOT Definition
Bring your own technology (BYOT) is an educational development and a supple-mentary school technology resourcing model, where the home and the school collaborate in arranging for students’ 24/7/365 use of their own digital technology/ies to be extended into the classroom
Positives
Negatives
Is this really coming as a major movement in the near future?
What are the final tips for schools to prepare for BYOD implementation
Implications for professional development
Suggestions for further research
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