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10 Real-World BYOD Classrooms (And Whether It’s Worked Or Not) | Edudemic

10 Real-World BYOD Classrooms (And Whether It’s Worked Or Not) | Edudemic

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Bethany Mager Bethany Mager
1 year ago
This Florida college prep recently expanded its BYOD pilot program to include sixth through 12th grades.
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No matter how teachers were using the devices, the response has been largely positive, both from teachers and students
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What’s Worth Investing In? Criteria for Choosing Technology for Learning

What’s Worth Investing In? Criteria for Choosing Technology for Learning

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Bethany Mager Bethany Mager
1 year ago
But when it comes to the  specific task of helping students, what’s the best app in education? “A web browser,” said Chris Lehmann, Principal of Science Leadership Academy in Philadelphia, a school that’s embraced technology for years. “Or a Google Doc, or anything that gives you the ability to make a film, or to research, to create, to connect or collaborate,” he said
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HOW WILL IT HELP OR CHANGE TEACHERS’ ROLES?
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HOW WILL IT CHANGE WHAT HAPPENS IN CLASS?
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The best product should be like electricity, Kator said — there’s no question whether you should or should not use it. There should be an intuitive need that the product fulfills, rather than having teachers tangle themselves into knots trying to find ways to use it.
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