An interesting take on moving into the 21st century classroom.
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If you are reading this, then I hope you will be willing to share your Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) expertise with my new friend, Anita (@anitaasimpson), by leaving a comment. She will be implementing a BYOD classroom in March and was hoping to get some advice to make the journey exciting but smooth, so to speak. For those unfamiliar with BYOD, it is a classroom environment where students are encouraged to bring their personal digital device (smartphone, laptop, tablet, and so on), to assist them with learning and sharing.
This initial blog post on BYOD will therefore be written with Anita in mind (and teachers considering or beginning the process of implementing BYOD). The theme of this post will hopefully be one that provide opportunity for reflection, instead of simple advice.
Why do you want to go BYOD?
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