BYOD stands for Bring Your Own Device. Students bring their own computer, laptop, or tablet to school. This results in multiple devices and software being used in the classrooms to complete assignments.

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Managing Devices for Remote Learning

Part time school, distance learning, bring your own device – these classroom trends can all introduce a diverse mix of technology devices. Multiple devices such as desktop computers and tablets, and a variety of operating systems challenge teachers to become instant experts. But we’re educators, not computer scientists. What to do? Managing devices that are …

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Are You Ready for BYOD? Questions to Ask

Before launching a BYOD initiative there are many issues that require consideration. Review the list of questions. Use them to frame a discussion about BYOD at your school. Electronic Device Hardware Can a student bring any device? (smartphone, tablet, netbook, e-readers, laptop, gaming console) Will there be minimal standards such as screen size, processing speed? …

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BYOD Parent Letter

Do you need to send a letter home informing parents about your new Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program? SAVE TIME! Take some ideas from this sample parent letter to get you started. Sample BYOD Parent Letter Dear Parents/Guardians, School Name is launching a Bring Your Own Device initiative this school year. Students in Grade …

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10 More Classroom Management Tips for BYOD

BYOD creates new challenges for classroom management. Here are even more helpful tips! Read them and find the ones that are right for you. 1. Generalize Assessment Tools With BYOD, often students are given the choice upon the product they create to demonstrate their learning. For example, one student may write a report, another create …

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