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Going BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) [INFOGRAPHIC]

This graphic explains all there is to know about BYOD! It definitely reveals the pros and cons to using the BYOD system. This information can be reviewed for using BYOD in a school or business.

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QR Codes: 20 Dr. Seuss Stories for Read Across America

Many schools now have a B.Y.O.D. day, meaning a "Bring Your Own Device" day. These QR Codes make an easy and fun way to implement this technology in the classroom. These can be read by iPods, iPhones, iPad, or android tablets. Simply download a free QR Code reader.

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) classrooms are a great learning tool. Learn some quick strategies for making BYOD work in your classroom from 2 Peas and a Dog.

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heart 1 At Hand: Support for Teaching and Learning with Mobile Technologies - The site is a broad look at how best to support teachers, administrators and consultants with implementing Bring Your Own Device(s) planning. Rather than recommend any one device, the Device Considerations section offers a series of explanations of features for eReaders, smartphones and tablets. Other sections of interest involve discussions around readiness, transforming teaching practices, support pedagogies…

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10 Unique Lesson Ideas for BYOD and BYOT - Getting Smart by Getting Smart Staff - bring your own device, bring your own technology, BYOD, BYOT, cell phones for learning, ipads in the classroom, lesson, m-learning, mobile learning, texting in class

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