Bring Your Own and 1 to 1 Pedagogy – How does the classroom work?
Posted on October 24, 2012
Maybe you’ve heard this already: technology alone doesn’t improve learning outcomes. Better classroom instruction is the key.
Bring Your Own Technology initiatives are top of mind with school administrators everywhere this year. Whether big or small, schools across the nation want to leverage the benefits of student and teacher owned technology devices in the classroom. Specifically, schools expect BYO to improve learning and better prepare 21st century citizens. When surveyed, schools that have successfully implemented BYO programs universally agree that improvement to classroom instruction (pedagogy) is an ‘essential element’ for success.
Learn from our panelists how the BYO movement is transforming classroom instruction and professional development.
Go 1to1: District Administrator views on iPads in the classroom
Posted on October 11, 2012
Use of iPads in the classroom is expected to increase dramatically in the coming years but schools have real challenges with making effective use of them. IPads inspire creativity and hands-on learning, but can create complexity in traditional learning environments.
Learn from our panelists and see a demonstration of using iPads and iPhones to access network resources, windows applications and file storage efficiently and effectively through a Virtual Desktop.