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Wildcatters. PJHW January, 2013. What is BYOD?. BYOD VIDEO. What is BYOD?. The goal is to allow teachers and students to work and learn together in a technology environment. Students will be allowed to bring their own devices to use during for assignments. JANUARY 8, 2013

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Wildcatters

Wildcatters

PJHW

January, 2013


What is byod

What is BYOD?

BYOD VIDEO


What is byod1

What is BYOD?

  • The goal is to allow teachers and students to work and learn together in a technology environment.

  • Students will be allowed to bring their own devices to use during for assignments.


Wildcatters

JANUARY 8, 2013

BYOD PARENT NIGHT

IMPORTANT BYOD DATES

January 4, 2013

BYOD Agreements due

BYOD BEGINS

January 22, 2013


Teachers will

Teachers Will:

  • Model safe use of internet and devices

  • Use BYOD in their classroom to allow students to use devices during instruction (as needed).

  • Use signs for BYOD days

  • Actively monitor students and device use

    • Halls

    • Restrooms

    • Classrooms

    • Designated Areas (BYOD room, Library)

  • Share cool Apps and Web tools


Poster samples with more to come

BYOD

BYOD

Poster Samples…with more to come


Students will

Students Will:

  • Be good digital citizens

  • Use technology for instructional purposes only

  • Signed agreement returned to school

  • Understand consequences associated with improper use of devices

  • Learn and use virtual

    desktop


Byod guidelines

BYOD GUIDELINES:

  • Students are not required to participate.

  • Device should be clearly labeled (Full Name).

  • Device should be charged prior to bringing to school.

  • Student is responsible for personal property.

  • School cannot be responsible for lost/stolen/damaged personal property.

  • Students may not share devices.


Byod consequences

BYOD Consequences:

  • Minor offenses

    • 1st Offense – Loss of privilege for 1 week & Friday detention

    • 2nd Offense – Loss of privilege for 1 semester &

      3 days of I.S.S.

    • 3rd Offense – Loss of privilege for remainder of school year &

      5 days of I.S.S.

  • Major offenses

    • Follow student code of conduct & acceptable use policy.

  • Minor: Using device at wrong time or place, touching someone’s device, texting, & etc.

  • Major: damaging someone’s device, taking or posting pictures, & etc.

  • Safety and privacy concerns


Byod consequences1

BYOD Consequences:

  • Cell phones are still cell phones

  • If it is not a BYOD time the rules still apply

    • If we See it

    • Or Hear it

    • We Take it

    • & it will cost $15


Byod reminders

BYOD Reminders:

  • Review BYOD agreement with teachers and parents.

  • Get agreements signed before you bring devices.

  • School cannot be responsible for lost/stolen/damaged personal property.

  • Label your device


Cool apps web tools

Cool Apps & Web Tools:

  • NearPod

  • Calendars & Organizers

  • Khan Academy

  • Quizlet

  • Socrative

  • Todays Meet

  • Answer Garden


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