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"If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow" - John Dewey

Presentation from our BYOD evening 19th February 2015:

BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is an established concept in which students bring their own device to school to assist their learning.
  A BYOD classroom has unlimited potential to enhance and improve learning by opening new and different ways of learning.
  • Quicker access to information found on the World Wide Web.
  • Fading of 3pm school day as devices and learning are taken home.
  • Increased engagement from learners.
  • File and information sharing between teachers and students.
  • Collaboration through connected learning.
  • Future ready students.
  • Personalised Instruction through flipped classroom & individual access.
  • Increased communication between home and school.

Use our quick links to find out more information on BYOD:

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Research around BYOD
What’s the difference? Learning collaboratively using iPads in conventional classrooms Falloon, 2015
N4L - Creating a safe online environment
Falloon - iPads, apps and student thinking skill development
Jenkins & White - Confronting the Challenges of Participatory Culture: Media Education for the 21st Century
Falloon & Khoo - Exploring young students’ talk in iPad-supported collaborative learning environments
Education Review Office - The use of information technology in schools - Abstract
Consequences for Breeches of online behaviour
Digital Citizenship with values - junior school
Digital Citizenship with values - middle school
Digital Citizenship with values - senior school
IT development report
HNS Summary of Parent Response to Digital Technology Survey
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