Step One: August 23, 2018 - Parent Meeting. 5:30 - 7 p.m. Media Center.
- Meet with our district BYOD visionary and specialist.
- Discuss appropriate and ideal devices to support the BYOD initiative.
- Review and sign BYOD agreement. (See link in the navigation to the left.)
- Experience a "lesson" using the using technology that supports all stages of teaching and learning.
D - Delivery
- Clearly and directly conveying necessary information to students
- Teacher-driven, but students still use technology to access it
S - Student Practice with Feedback
- Provides opportunities for students to work with new knowledge
- Emphasizes collaboration, creation, sharing, problem-solving, and real-world connections
- Most classroom time spent here
- Find the right digital tool for the right learners for the right lesson
A - Assessment
- Formative assessments (online polls, short written responses)
- Summative assessments generally require devices that allow students to create, edit, and share (documents, videos, images, audio)
P - Productivity
- Using tech to manage learning logistics (like keeping notes or tools for making presentations/documents)
- Google Classroom, Canvas, PowerSchool, etc.
- More student-driven than the other elements
STEP TWO - Students should return Student/Parent Agreement no later than September 6. (see navigation to the left)
- Students whose parents sign the agreement on Parent Night will be called to the Media Center to get their signature on the form.
STEP THREE - Launch BYOD in classrooms, when appropriate for content being taught, on September 10.