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BYOD In the Classroom

A presentation for the REMC Connected Educator Series on teachers using mobile devices with students in the classroom.
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Gary Abud Jr

on 10 August 2013

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Transcript of BYOD In the Classroom

photo (cc) Malte Sörensen @ flickr
What is BYOD?
Why BYOD?
Students have devices
Distraction becomes tool
Digital responsibility
Real-time collaboration
Paperless classroom
Concerns
"Won't devices just distract students from the lesson?"
Bring Your
Own Device

Gary G. Abud, Jr.
Grosse Pointe North High School

Bring Your
Own Device

Students using their own devices in class as part of learning

the


Classroom

gary@abud.me www.abud.me
@mr_abud j.mp/byod2013

Keeping Class Media
Dropbox
Store class photo & video online
Digital archive of media
Share
information
quickly
Google Drive Collaboration
in Class
QR Code Reader
Students Collaborate on a Presentation
Annotation & Diagramming
with Skitch for
Evernote
Mobile Calendar
Online class calendar
can sync
to mobile device
Google Drive
Devices as "Clickers"
Socrative
Evernote
Shared notebooks








Digital Portfolios
Resources
Learninginhand.com
Penultimate
Wireless Display
Makes Thinking Visible
Apple TV
Reflector App
for PC / Mac
"Not everyone has a device."
Lino
Backchannel discussion
Archive class content
Works by email, web, or app
SMS-Text Voting
works for any phone that can text
student polling, surveys, quizzes
Workarounds
Social Media In the Classroom
Blogging
schrockguide.net
"What if students forget to charge their device?"
Wifi
Access
Cyberbullying
Management
Managing the BYOD Classroom
Norms

Flexibility

Process
Screencasting Apps
Teacher can create
&
students can view

-or-

Students can create
&
share
ShowMe
What Can Devices Do?
Assessment
Collaboration
Note-taking
Organization
Projects
Portfolios
Communication
It's
not
about
the
device.
It's
what
you
do
with
it.
Measure
Calculate
Types of Devices
Cell Phone
Smartphone
Laptop
Tablet
iPod Touch
eReader
Reference
Device-Based Apps
DropBox
Lino
Evernote
Unit Converter
Calculator
iReview Flashcards
Twitter
Mental Note Lite
ShowMe
Blogger
Google Drive
QR Code Reader
Adobe PDF Reader
MyScript Memo
Google+
Skitch
Penultimate
Camera
Designing for Devices
Learning outcome
Instructional strategy
Device
Applications
Learn Today. Use Tomorrow.
SMS Text Poll
Timers/Calculators
Vocab Practice on Quizlet
Edit a Google Document
Assessment on InfuseLearning
Web scavenger hunt
Photo, audio, or typed class notes
QR Code to answer keys
8 Ways to Get Started
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