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Interesting perspective. Is it because we think the child cannot be trusted with an electronic device, even though they are probably carrying a smartphone?
I think this is a very good illustration about how far we have come and why schools need to embrace the consumer technology. Whoever made this, nicely done. Props.
Sharo Dickerson on Facebook asked several people to respond to her questions about BYOD. Here are my responses to her:
(1) What do you think will it entail for a BYOD program to become successful in teaching and learning?
(2) What do you think would make teachers use BYOD in classroom instruction? in student engagement?
Here are some references:
I wonder how many times we say “You Can’t Do That” to kids when they come back to school each year? No NO NO no NO No NO NO no NO! I saw this on a wall at one of my district high schools a couple of days back. Preparing our students for the real world? I wonder if the campus administration would be able to follow that same policy if it applied to them?
BYOD? Not at this campus.
If you need to explain BYOD to someone, this is a good intro.