BYOD. Adding the Movement of Technology to a Static Classroom. Bring Your Own Device. What? A School of the Future BYOT in Action Pros/Cons Article 1 Tech Chart Article 2 Discussion Resources. We’ve Heard About It…So What is It?.
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Adding the Movement of Technology to a Static Classroom
Question: How would you help convince parents who might not be sold on allowing their child this kind of freedom in the classroom?
Perceived unfair advantages
I think it’s safe to say that we agree that ignoring technological advances is a detriment to ourselves, our students, and our profession. We are also not ignorant nor naïve of the effort that will be required to institute a technological overhaul in our schools, especially the many in lower income, inner city areas where the upfront costs distract from the obvious long term benefits.
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Ullman, E. (2011). The New One-to-One. Technology & Learning, 31(7), 54-57.