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Is your school trialling or beginning a 1:1 digital devices or BYOD programme?

http://www.vln.school.nz/discussion/view/874703?orderby=latest

Cross posted from Learning with 1 - 1 technologies

Is your school trialling or beginning a 1:1 digital devices or BYOD programme? What is your rationale for starting this initiative? How are you going about starting or what have you learned so far?

We have put a new section, Learning with 1:1 digital devices up on Enabling e-Learning. The aim of the content is to provide information and examples that support school leaders and teachers with introducing and developing a digital device or BYOD programme. Content includes:

We welcome your feedback and also your stories to enhance the content on the website.

 
 

Comments

  • Kate Friedwald

    Hi Barbara

    A lot of great content there covering a range of necessary components.  We have just this year began a 1to1 Trial in a Year 5/6 class which is going extreamly well.  If you would like to know more have a look through the information we have been using for our parents. I am happy to discuss in further detail if you like.

  • Barbara Reid

    Hi Kate

    Thanks for your comment. What an exciting journey for you! I cross posted from  Learning with 1 - 1 technologies. You might like to add your comments to the original post, as well.

    Thanks

    Barbara

  • Jess Bertelsen
    Hi everyone 
     
    1. Does anyone have good material on the advantages of mobile learning devices in Schools - Primary and Secondary?

    2. Does anyone have any idea how many Primary and Secondary Schools are using mobile learning devices in NZ?


    Thanks

  • Anzar Chida

    Hi,

    We have just started BYOD for Year 9s at Mount Albert Grammar School (not 100% sure if you're a high school, but thought i'd offer) and the department has created ibooks for a good portion of what is taught in the year. All the .ibook and .iba files are available at: www.magsmaths.com

    What this essentially means is that you not only have ibooks to use with your students on the ipad but you also have the author files to add/remove from them as you feel fit on your mac laptop. We are hoping that if you improve them you send your improvement to mathsbyod@mags.school.nz (this could lead to some great collaboration, all is explained at website)

    Once again, the website is www.magsmaths.com