Bring Your Own Device

Report
Presented by
Paige Eckhoff, Jennifer Elliott, Paul Foltz
What is it?
Retrieved from http://podcast.teachercast.net/category/technology-in-the-classroom-2/byod/
What is BYOD?
Retrieved from http://www.cio.com/article/732310/Where_s_the_BYOD_Payoff_
Bring Your Own Device!
What is BYOD?
How does it differ from 1:1?
www.moka5.com/2013/06/05/supporting-byod-in-the-classroom/
Bring your “own” versus
Everyone using the “same” type of device.
Pros
BYOD Pros
Student
Engagement
www.cuje.weebly.com/byod.html
Increased Participation – Excitement
More Likely to be Prepared
Opportunity for Teacher and Students to Trade Roles
BYOD Pros
Cost
Savings for the School
BYOD Pros
Provides access for all students
Offers personalized and differentiated learning
Gives learning opportunities on student’s time
Equality
www.securedgenetworks.com/secure-edge-networksblog/bid/87987/10-Surprising-BYOD-Stats-You-Need-to-See
BYOD Pros
Encourages thoughtful
choice of tools and apps
www.symbaloo.com/embed/byotresources&#8217
Opportunity for teaching respectful, appropriate use
Can be seen as a privilege
Hold one another accountable
Teaching Them Devices are Tools Not toys
BYOD Pros
Parents’ Views
Want their children to have access to current technology.
Want the benefit from new instructional technology.
Desire to partner with the school for academic growth.
Cons
BYOD Cons
Student to Mrs. Elliott: “How do I do this?”
http://www.eweek.com/mobile/slideshows/byod-brings-benefits-but-dont-ignore-the-risks-isf.html/
BYOD Cons
Mrs. Elliott to student: “Please put that away.”
http://www.markjsullivan.org/2009_01_01_archive.html.
BYOD Cons
Student to Mrs. Elliott: “Look at this!”
http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&docid=cgkBhuL8pZA14M&tbnid=mQ8N_TEf841XYM:&ved=0C
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BYOD Cons
Mrs. Elliott to student: “Here is mine.”
http://www.edudemic.com/cell-phones-in-class/
BYOD Cons
Student to Mrs. Elliott: “This is slow, it’s not working right.”
http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2012/02/16/
Biblical Worldview
Biblical Worldview
The Christian educator & technology
Man is commanded to control and
be a steward of the earth (Genesis 1:28
King James Version)
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Biblical Worldview
The Christian educator & technology
Man’s advances represent
improved technology.
http://ed101.bu.edu/StudentDoc/Archives/fall05/malily/pencil-n-paper.jpg
Biblical Worldview
The Christian educator & technology
Christians are to impact society
(Matthew 5:13; Mark 16:15; I Corinthians 9:22)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnny_appleseed1774
Biblical Worldview
The Christian Educator & Technology
BYOD presents opportunity to
improve outcomes.
(Ecclesiastes 9:10; Colosians 3:23)
Microsoft Office clipart
Biblical Worldview
Guidelines For Use
It must be glorifying to God
(Corinthians 10:31; Romans 12:2)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/78428166
@N00/6895160141/sizes/m/in/photolist
Biblical Worldview
Guidelines for Use
Filter safeguards must be in place
(Psalm 101:3; I Thessalonians 5:22)
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Biblical Worldview
Defending Against Dangers
Tech cannot be allowed control
(II Corinthians 10:5; Ephesians 5:18)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/kudumomo/3459043982/sizes/m/in/photolist
Biblical Worldview
Defending Against Dangers
The mind must ultimately be the
godly filter (Philippians 4:8; Hebrews 5:14)
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Biblical Worldview
Defending Against Dangers
Accountability (Romans 14:12; Ephesians 5:21)
http://images.paraorkut.com/img/funnypics/images/e/eye_screen_saver-12064.jpg
What is Being Done?
What is Being Done?
Teacher training
What is Being Done?
Case studies
Training students for their
future
What is Being Done?
Case Studies
Student engagement/productivity
Personal Opinion
Personal Opinion
Jennifer Elliott
Retrieved from http://wroughtirondesignideas.com/iron-fence-gates/
Personal Opinion
Jennifer Elliott
Retrieved from http://lindsayspengler.com/2012/04/how-long-will-you-hesitate/
Personal Opinion
Paul Foltz
Cultural relevance
Preparation for the future
Training is essential
www.educationnews.org/technology/before-adopting-byod-polocies-schools-need-to-do-homework/
Personal Opinion
Paige Eckhoff
Secondary students ready?
Let’s go!
www.educationnews.org/technology/before-adopting-byod-polocies-schools-need-to-do-homework/
Personal Opinion
www.educationnews.org/technology/before-adopting
byod-polocies-schools-need-to-do-homework/
The Teacher/Administrator in Me
The Parent in Me
Personal Observation
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