Bring Your Own Technology (Part 2): Acceptable Use, Impact on Instruction & Ease of Administration
Posted on November 1, 2011
In this session, you will learn suggested enhancements to your school’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). You will learn how a BYOT model impacts teachers, classrooms, and instruction. And, you will learn that through a virtual desktop in the cloud, you can embrace privately owned devices and effectively manage and accommodate the staggering array of device options this entails. Also, we will introduce and demonstrate the concept of a ‘Virtual Desktop’ which makes it easy for you to manage digital tools and applications, and provision these tools and applications on nearly any privately owned device.
Use this link to access a wiki containing shared insights and good examples and Acceptable Use Policies (AUP’s) that include language on Bring Your Own (BYO) programs for your school or district: //freeacceptableusepolicy.wikispaces.com
Bring Your Own Technology: Will it Work for My District?
Posted on October 1, 2011
K12 schools today contemplate, and many have already begun to allow students and teachers to bring their own privately owned technology to school. This Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) movement presents both challenges and opportunities for school systems. Likely, a question on each administrator, or technology director’s mind is: How do we manage and support all the different types of devices, systems and tools and provide them access to our network? Well, thanks to Cloud Computing customized for K‑12 there is an easy and sustainable solution!
ClassLink has been dedicated to innovation in the area of instructional technology from the beginning. Over the years, we have been at the forefront of progressive anytime anywhere delivery solutions of instructional desktops. We are pleased to share with you the release of ClassLink LaunchPad 2011! LaunchPad 2011 is a complete cloud-based solution for the delivery of your instructional desktop to any device, anywhere.
21st Century Classrooms for 21st Century Learners
Posted on September 14, 2011
Need a fresh approach to engage your students? Why not create 21st Century classrooms?21st Century Classrooms for 21st Century Learners Provide your district with the necessary technology, professional development and learning academy to create the much needed refreshed classroom environment. Learn how Hornell City School District has utilized QZAB funds to directly create 21st Century classrooms and engage their students.
Ring Ring! Your Lesson is Calling! – Smartphones in the K-12 Classroom
Posted on September 7, 2011
Distraction or Instruction? Cell phones are normally banned from the classroom….but not in Onslow County Schools. Cell phones are not only allowed but used for daily instruction! How is that possible? Come find out in the upcoming webinar on May 12! Learn from our panelists on how they increased student achievement in Algebra using smartphones in the classroom.