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BYOD-Please Take Out Your Cellphone
Transcript of BYOD-Please Take Out Your Cellphone
Unleash the Learning Power of Your Child's Cell Phone
(published by ISTE TBA) http://vimeo.com/socrative/intro Duration: 3.46 Socrative How To Video Runs on any device with a web browser (tablets, smartphones, laptops, iPod Touches, etc.). Video showing Poll Everywhere How do you know which is right for your class? BYOD-Please Take Out Your Cell Phone Rebekah McPherson 2012 AISD Student Technology Survey Results
Collected May 2012
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1) You need to find out what devices your students have. One way is, when they fill out your first of the year info., put a question in about technology devices you will have at school.
2) Take into consideration what devices your students own and your curriculum objectives to determine which collaborative product is right for you, that day. Do you have Internet access at home through a personal device (computer, iPad, Smart Phone)?
Yes--98% That's roughly 2.4 devices per student! Selected Questions/Responses Please take out your
cell phones and get started! http://newyork.cbslocal.com/video?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=6367021 http://vimeo.com/43089956