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1 Presented by Paige Eckhoff, Jennifer Elliott, Paul Foltz

2 What is it? Retrieved from

3 What is BYOD? Retrieved from Bring Your Own Device!

4 What is BYOD? How does it differ from 1:1? Bring your own versus Everyone using the same type of device.

5 Pros

6 BYOD Pros Student Engagement Increased Participation – Excitement More Likely to be Prepared Opportunity for Teacher and Students to Trade Roles

7 BYOD Pros Cost Savings for the School

8 BYOD Pros Provides access for all students Offers personalized and differentiated learning Gives learning opportunities on students time Equality blog/bid/87987/10-Surprising-BYOD-Stats-You-Need-to-See

9 BYOD Pros Teaching Them Devices are Tools Not toys Encourages thoughtful choice of tools and apps Opportunity for teaching respectful, appropriate use Can be seen as a privilege Hold one another accountable

10 BYOD Pros Parents Views Want their children to have access to current technology. Want the benefit from new instructional technology. Desire to partner with the school for academic growth.

11 Cons

12 BYOD Cons Student to Mrs. Elliott: How do I do this?

13 BYOD Cons Mrs. Elliott to student: Please put that away.

14 BYOD Cons Student to Mrs. Elliott: Look at this! AEQjxw& tWTNaO-sQTHjYC4Bg&bvm=bv.57155469,d.cWc&psig=AFQjCNHuihF0eswr0R67ySX5sWRpfiIP5Q&ust=1386109226448846

15 BYOD Cons Mrs. Elliott to student: Here is mine.

16 BYOD Cons Student to Mrs. Elliott: This is slow, its not working right.

17 Biblical Worldview

18 The Christian educator & technology Man is commanded to control and be a steward of the earth (Genesis 1:28 King James Version) by Nigel Howe

19 Biblical Worldview The Christian educator & technology Mans advances represent improved technology.

20 Biblical Worldview The Christian educator & technology Christians are to impact society (Matthew 5:13; Mark 16:15; I Corinthians 9:22)

21 Biblical Worldview The Christian Educator & Technology BYOD presents opportunity to improve outcomes. (Ecclesiastes 9:10; Colosians 3:23) Microsoft Office clipart

22 Biblical Worldview Guidelines For Use It must be glorifying to God (Corinthians 10:31; Romans 12:2) @N00/6895160141/sizes/m/in/photolist

23 Biblical Worldview Guidelines for Use Filter safeguards must be in place (Psalm 101:3; I Thessalonians 5:22) Retrieved from google images at http://www.aceros-

24 Biblical Worldview Defending Against Dangers Tech cannot be allowed control (II Corinthians 10:5; Ephesians 5:18)

25 Biblical Worldview Defending Against Dangers The mind must ultimately be the godly filter (Philippians 4:8; Hebrews 5:14) Retrieved from content/uploads/2012/04/cartoon-brain.jpg Retrieved from http://www.starz-

26 Biblical Worldview Defending Against Dangers Accountability (Romans 14:12; Ephesians 5:21)

27 What is Being Done?

28 Teacher training

29 What is Being Done? Case studies Training students for their future

30 What is Being Done? Case Studies Student engagement/productivity

31 Personal Opinion

32 Jennifer Elliott Retrieved from

33 Personal Opinion Jennifer Elliott Retrieved from

34 Personal Opinion Paul Foltz Cultural relevance Preparation for the future Training is essential

35 Personal Opinion Paige Eckhoff Secondary students ready? Lets go!

36 Personal Opinion The Teacher/Administrator in Me The Parent in Me Personal Observation byod-polocies-schools-need-to-do-homework /

37 Sangani, K. (2013). BYOD To The Classroom. Engineering & Technology (17509637), 8(3), 42-45. Kennedy, M. (2012). American School & University. Left to Their Own Devices. 84(9)34-36. Herro, D. Kiger, D., & Owens, C. (2013), Mobile technology: Case-based suggestions for classroom integration and teacher educators. Journal of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 30(1), 30-40. Hill, R. (2011). Mobile digital devices, dipping your toes in technological waters. Teacher Librarian, 39:1, 22-26. Kiger, D., Herro, D., & Prunty, D. (2012). Examining the influence of a mobile learning intervention on third grade math achievement. Journal of Research on Technology Education, 45(1), 61-82. Saine, P. (2013). Implementation and assessment of technology-based common core state standards for English language arts: An exploratory study. The NERA Journal, 49(1), 100-103. Thomas, K., & OBannon, B. (2013). Cell phones in the classroom: Preservice teachers perceptions. Journal o of Digital Learning in Teacher Education, 30(1), 11-20. Panagos, T. (2013). The Future of Education: BYOD in the Classroom. Wired: Innovation Insights. Retrieved from

38 Lepi, K. (2013). How To Get Started With A BYOD Classroom. Edudemic. Retrieved from byod-classroom/ Nelson, D. (2012) BYOD: An Opportunity Schools Cannot Afford to Miss. Internet@Schools, Vol. 19, No. 5 Retrieved from Barkham, P. & Moss, S. (2012). Should mobile phones be banned in schools? The Guardian, Tuesday 27 November 2012. Retrieved from Walsh, K. (2012). 5 Reasons Why BYOD is a Bad Idea. Emerging Ed Tech, July 1, 2012 Retrieved from Clifford, M. (2013). Bring Your Own Device (BYOD): Why Its A Good Idea. Innovation Excellence Retrieved from Cristol, D. & Gimbert, B. (2013). Academic Achievement in BYOD Classrooms. QScience Proceedings: Vol. 2013. (12 th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning). Retrieved from Wainwright, A. (2013) 1:1 vs. BYOD in Education: Which is Better? SecurEdge Networks Retrieved from Flanigan, R. (2013) Schools Set Boundaries for Use of Students Digital Devices. Education Week Retrieved from


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