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Smartphones move into classes — with school district's blessing
Why, then must students use paper agendas, put their phones away, and use a pencil and paper? Students can do so much with an iPhone (or an Android, or even a BlackBerry). It can truly help them work smarter, not harder. How?
Some great questions to consider when considering a BYOD or BYOT school policy.
ISTE member Vicki Davis (Cool Cat Teacher) shares the 6 discussions every school should have about BYOD on Edutopia.
Schools move toward ‘Bring Your Own Device’ policies to boost student tech use - The Washington Post
Thinking about embracing Bring Your Own Device in your school? Earnie Kramer offers a 10-point guide.
BYOD - 28 Considerations - Extremely useful for policy development and initial discussions.
Teachers share ideas for how they use BYOD in their classrooms.
9 steps for schools to create their own BYOD policy
A different way to take notes in a BYOD classroom