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1 Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Spring Ridge Elementary was selected as a pilot school.

2 Examine a 21 st Century Learning Environment Explore BYOD in the Classroom Acceptable Use Policy Strategies for Implementing BYOD Objectives

3 What Should Learning Look Like in the 21 st Century?

4 They are digital natives They live in a multimedia world They prioritize visual learning They constantly connect and collaborate They access information that is live and linked Todays Students

5 21 st Century Learning is… Students live in a world with anytime, anywhere access to information at their fingertips. Mobile

6 21 st Century Learning is… Technology has provided our students with a social, collaborative world. They thrive on teamwork and figuring things out with their friends. Collaborative

7 21 st Century Learning is… Todays students want to connect with others in real time through social media and mobile devices. Connected

8 21 st Century Learning is… Todays students are equal parts consumer and creator. They are used to having multimedia tools at their fingertips, and they are adept at using these tools to express their creativity. Multimedia

9 21 st Century Learning is… Students live in a world where they can learn anywhere, any time and from anyone. Physical and Virtual Learning Spaces

10 21 st Century Learning is… New Skills and Literacies Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Collaboration Agility and Adaptability Effective Oral and Written Communication Accessing and Analyzing Information Curiosity and Imagination

11 Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Acceptable Use Policy

12 Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Acceptable Use Policy

13 Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Acceptable Use Policy

14 Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Acceptable Use Policy

15 Device Permission Form

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18 SRES BYOD Information Sticker Identification Label Supervision and Monitoring - Tinted Covers Consequences for Violation

19 SRES BYOD Information Storage for Devices Earbuds for iPads and BYOD

20 Makes a 21st century classroom possible Fosters student ownership of their own learning Gives student access to real time information Provides smooth transition between home and school Supplements school resources and equipment BYOD Benefits

21 Web-based applications for classroom polling and quick assessments Online Learning Environments Review, Learn, Enrich BYOD Classroom Tools

22 Web-based applications for classroom polling and quick assessments BYOD Classroom Tools

23 Using iPads to Enrich Instruction

24 How Will We Use BYOD at SRES

25 Credits


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