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Bring Your Own Device

Engaging Students & Transforming Instruction

By: Kipp D. Rogers

This book encourages educators to incorporate technology tools into instruction to help equip students with essential 21st century skills.

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Bring Your Own Device

Utilize technology to put students at the center of learning. This book shows educators how to incorporate students personal technology tools (cell phones, iPads, and laptops) into instruction. BYOD allows students to be active participants in their learning and helps teachers give them an authentic education that equips them with the skills required to be college, career, and citizenship ready.

  • Discover the benefits of BYOD.
  • Learn eight key steps for planning BYOD.
  • Foster a technology-friendly culture that respects the role of technology in teaching and learning while giving voice to all stakeholders.
  • Access reproducible surveys, checklists, and other tools to support BYOD implementation and supervision.
  • Read accounts of US school districts that have successfully implemented BYOD.

Related Topics

21st Century SkillsTechnology


Additional Information

Product Code: BKF672

ISBN: 9781936763108

Published By: Solution Tree

Page Count: 128

“Students thrive in a digital-rich learning environment where they enhance their critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration skills. Bring Your Own Device is a must-read resource for any district leader ready to embrace 21st century learning and allow students to utilize their personally owned devices in the classroom.”

Maribeth Luftglass, assistant superintendent and chief information officer, Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia

Bring Your Own Device makes a distinct contribution to the field of education. As schools prepare students for the workforce of the 21st century, BYOD helps provide avenues for educators to acquire the necessary collaborative experiences.”

Mark Abbondanza, principal, North Strabane Intermediate School, Pennsylvania

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