Presentation on theme: "One to One Devices in Schools Beth Herrmann How did we get here? One to One computing programs are the result of the progressive use of technology in."— Presentation transcript:
One to One Devices in Schools Beth Herrmann
How did we get here? One to One computing programs are the result of the progressive use of technology in education over time
Will it work in my school? Current Use? Wireless Capable? Worth the Cost?
One to One Impacts on Student Learning Writing Achievement Literacy Science and Math Student Engagement
Teacher Practice and One to One The most critical part of a successful one to one program is teacher buy in and training.
BYOD or Purchase? Less Cost Good or Bad?
Security Concerns Internet Safety Policy and Filters
Acceptable Use Policies: Safety Parental Permission Device Management Policies: Download Physical care
Conclusions Will all classrooms one day look like this? What will you do?
References McCarter, M., MacDonald, A., & Sauer, R. (n.d.). Implementation of One to One Devices. Retrieved March 1, 2015, from of One to One Laptop Devices/Implementation of One to One Laptop Devices Presentation.pdf Meek, T. (2014, April 29). InsightOn : Technology in Schools: The Heartbreak of Heartbleed. Retrieved February 26, 2015, fromwww.insight.com One to One Framework. (n.d.). Retrieved February 28, 2015, from One to One Computing: Making the Right Decisions for Your School. (2014, August 28). Retrieved from Sauers, N., & McLeod, S. (2012,May 1). What Does The Research Say About School One to One Computing Initiatives? Retrieved fromhttp://schooltechleadership.org/scholarship/publications/briefs/ Tablets vs. Textbooks- ProCon.org. (n.d.). Retrieved February 28, 2015, fromhttp://tablets- textbooks.procon.org/ When Schools' Internet Filters Follow You Home. (n.d.). Retrieved March1, 2015, from