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Yours, Mine, or Ours

The funding attached to the Digital Education Reolustion has presented many opportunities for schools, but it has also highlighted some important issues that need to be addressed. This presentation looks at the advantages and disadvantages of student own

Bonnie Ahles

on 28 June 2011

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Transcript of Yours, Mine, or Ours

Yours, Mine, or Ours Funding models
School owned
School leased
Parent co-payment
Student owned School Owned Advantages
School controls SOE
Software licensing
Consistency & conformity
Can allocate to students
Easier technical support School Leased Advantages
Spread the cost
Maintenance & repair
School controls SOE
Software licensing
Consistency & conformity
Can allocate to students
Easier for technicinas Bonnie Ahles
VITTA, 2009 Parent Co-payment Advantages
Spreads costs
Home Access
Ownership Student Owned Devices
No cost to school
Device student likes and knows School Owned Disadvantages
Ongoing Costs
Damage / lack of ownership
Hard to sustain 1:1 Disadvantages of School Lease Programs
Usually tied to one supplier
About 30% more than buying outright Parent Co-Parent Disadvantages
Control of Programs
Home / school network settings Disadvantages of Student Owned Devices
Lack of Control
Lack of staff understanding
Network Issues 10 Ideas for Using Cell Phones in Education

1. Student response polling or pop quizzes (no need to invest in additional devices)
2. Use sms to find definitions, currency conversion, math equations, translation and more
3. Use as an internet browser to access endless information
4. Research
5. Read news articles and current events
6. Read books
7. Download and use education programs such as Google Maps and use as GPS
8. Use as a digital or video camera to accompany school projects, publishing, etc.
9. Educate students on appropriate and acceptable social use
10. Use the voice technology to share engaging lectures or lessons What Do We Need? Learning Management System
Mobile interface and access
Fast, cheap internet
Fast, secure wireless network
Strong, clear policies
Professional Development http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7bsOdbhZWI What Should Schools Be Spending On? Infrastructure
Bandwidth Management
Input/ Output devices
Display devices
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