Saturday, October 4, 2014

BYOD Classrooms

One of the biggest challenges for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) classrooms is that there are many different possible formats that students can bring.  It takes time to build up knowledge of which apps and websites work on each different format.  I suggest using Google Docs or a page on your class blog of to collect a list of great overall resources based on the three different formats.  As you, your students and their parents find new websites or apps to meet the skills and content you are working on, add these links to this document that so that is available to entire class.  In the spirit of collaboration, I have started my own collaborative Google Document with some of this information.  Feel free to add to this document and/or share it with your students and co-workers.BYOD - differentiating your technology options to allow for many different formats, including iPads, android tablets and PC laptops to all be used in your classroom - suggestions from Raki's Rad Resources

For more tips for a BYOD classroom – including specific app and website suggestions, check out my blog – Raki’s Rad Resources.

Heidi Raki of Raki's Rad Resources

 

 

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