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Bring Your Own Device - PPT Presentation

Parent Information Evening Reshaping student learning experience through the use of 21st century technology What is BYOD B ring Y our O wn D evice We define BYOD as a privatelyowned Internet capable electronic device that can be used during the school day to increase student ID: 572150

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Bring Your Own Device

Parent Information Evening

“Reshaping student learning experience through the use of 21st century technology.”Slide2
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What is BYOD?

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We define BYOD as a privately-owned, Internet capable electronic device that can be used during the school day to increase student engagement and facilitate learning.

“Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for they were born in another time.” -R TagoreSlide4

Myths about BYOD

1: BYOD deepens the digital divide.

2: BYOD will result in lessons geared toward the weakest device.

3: BYOD will cause students to be distracted.

4: Teachers need to become experts in all the technology students own.

5: BYOD will result in students engaging in dangerous activities.

6: Cell phones are not that powerful, so we should not waste our time with them.

7: BYOD will necessitate the standardization of apps and software across all device.Slide5

Classroom ManagementSlide6

Storage

During off-use times the devices will be locked in the classroom. Slide7

Charging

The students should bring their device fully charged each day. However, depending on battery life, the student will need to bring their own charger as one will not be provided.

The teacher will have a long powerstrip available to use when needed.Slide8

Responsibilities of

Students

Abiding by their Digital Driver’s License

Following the Acceptable Use Policy

Bringing device to school charged everyday

Proper care and storage of their device

Following classroom expectations regarding device

Students will connect to Ray-Pec network onlySlide9

Devices

Any Internet accessible device is acceptable, however, some will work better than others as a classroom tool.Slide10

RayPec Acceptable Use Policy

All parents and students have to sign the Acceptable Use Policy.

This must be signed in order for your child to participate.Slide11

Digital Driver’s License

The expectation is that students will complete teacher-guided exercises to earn a DDL.

This will promote digital citizenship.Slide12

Frequently Asked QuestionsSlide13

Questions/Survey