Link to publication: http://goo.gl/at5BP
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is an emerging education paradigm that has grown in popularity in recent years but lots of people don’t seem to really understand actually how this will look in the classroom.
I wanted to help people think about the really important questions associated with this type of initiative - so along with the guys at Microsoft we packaged up some of my thoughts into this little free eBook.
Launched in April 2013 the feedback has been outstanding and the book was downloaded over 20,000 times in the first two months! In some local authorities in the UK (and further afield) it has also been emailed to all teachers and headteachers (school principals).
People seem to like it because it contains practical advice about policy, technical advice without the jargon but also keeps a strong focus on learning and teaching.
The book is split into five short chapters titled:
1. What is BYOD?
2. BYOD / 1:1 Models
3. Policy Considerations
4. Focus on Pedagogy
5. Digital Content
6. Access and Infrastructure
You can view and download the book from this link and it is also embedded below: