Bring Your Own

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24 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 8 μήνες)

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Bring Your Own
Device
Initiative

Dr. Laura Spencer

Coordinator of Instructional
Technology

K

12 students are now
some of the most
enthusiastic and savvy
users of state
-
of
-
the
-
art
mobile computing
devices


What is BYOD?


Rather
than
telling
students to leave their
devices at home,
BYOD allows students
to
use
the
technology with which they feel
most
comfortable


namely, their own
notebooks, tablets and
smartphones


in
class
.



Variant of a 1:1 program

Research Supports It


85%
of parents (and
90%
of K
-
2 parents)
agree
that mobiles and apps can make
learning
fun.


77% agree
that they promote curiosity.


74%
agree that they help their child know
local and global current
events.


63% agree
that they teach
problem
-
solving.


Why BYOD in Santee SD?


Personalization of learning


Promotes self
-
directed learners


Develops 21
st

Century learning skills


Supports the required integration of
technology in to Common Core


Builds the technology skills needed for
SBAC

It’s Already Started


Parent request


Mainly used for enrichment activities


School permission form


Concern:

Access and Equity

Teacher training on equitable use

District Innovation Grants

Technology budget line
-
item (district and site)

Grants, as available

Connect2Compete

Lease
-
To
-
Buy options for parents

It’s Already Started


Parent request


Mainly used for enrichment activities


School permission form


Concern:

Access and
Equity


Teacher training on equitable use


District Innovation Grants


Technology budget line
-
item (district and site)


Grants, as available


Connect2Compete


Lease
-
To
-
Buy options for parents

BYOD Next Steps


Update Board Policy, AR, and
“Acceptable Use” policy


Parent Education


Teacher Training


IT Facilitation

Policy Updates


Add personal electronic devices (PED)
section


Student
vs

School responsibility


Secured district network access


Acceptable Use Policy


Section added about proper use of PED


BP, AR, Exhibit


1
st

reading June 18


2
nd

reading July 2

Parent Education


Common Core Campaign


Teacher
-
Directed Curriculum nights


Program Informational nights


FAQ website with resources


Connect2Compete


“Petting Zoo”
-

Assistance with device
selection




Teacher Training


Purpose: use digital devices to enhance
learning of CCSS and performance on SBAC


Teacher as Facilitator


Personalized learning


21
st

Century Skills

Through:


Pilot classrooms


Curriculum development teams


Round
-
Table discussions


Workshops

IT Facilitation


Current Infrastructure


School Site

Switches


Wireless Access Points


Network
Access Control system


Increase Content Filter capacity


Safe browsing


Infrastructure
Upgrade for BYOD, CCSS, SBAC


Connection


Core Switch


Conclusion

The
power of integrating technology into
the
classroom
is the power
to reorient the
learning towards
a more student
-
centered
approach.