A great piece in this blog is the suggested process halfway down: Start with learning goals Decide on content and platforms Choose devices third. Often the temptation (with slick sales pitches, rabidly fanatic supporters on social media, and shiny, new/unproven devices) is to start at the bottom and work up. But that way madness lies. Trends | Infographic: How to Implement Blended Learning 2.0 | edtechdigest.com.
I recently ran this workshop: This all-day, hands-on workshop for primary, intermediate and secondary looks at how to maximise learning in a BYOD class. Working from a base that is informed by research into effective learning and teaching using technology, we will cover a wide variety of collaborative, critical and creative tools that any teacher can begin using with classes tomorrow. We will cover some iPad apps, but the majority of the tools covered will be web-based and therefore accessible by anyone, from anywhere, with any device. [ eLearning leaders | hands-on… Read more BYOD masterclass →
I recently ran this workshop: A full-day workshop arranged around learning areas and designed to fit into your school timetable. Covers a wide range of practical tools underpinned by research into the best ways to use technology to raise student achievement. What free (or ‘freemium’) tools can we use with BYOD classes in biology, phyical education, music, English or any other subject? We’ll cover the lot! If it’s easier [Whole school | presentation | learning areas ] To enquire about this workshop for your school or cluster email Mark
I recently ran this workshop: At what stage are you, in your planning for your BYOD programme? This workshop will provide a step-by-step planning matrix for your BYOD implementation. Participants will leave with an understanding of the essentials for creating an effective BYOD school. [Leaders with responsibility for planning BYOD | interactive presentation | two hours ] To enquire about this workshop for your school or cluster email Mark