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Jan 29: Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in Math

January 29, 2013 at 09:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada) 89 views
By Global Math Department (0.0 stars · 0 reviews)
About This Event

John Stevens (@jstevens009) and Michael Seiler (@MSeiler) bring you their experiences with Bring Your Own Device technology use in class.

They'll share:
1. Their stories of starting a BYOD program in their districts.
2. The Permission Slip
3. Tech headaches
4. Uses and tools for BYOD
5 Success stories

About your presenters:
John Stevens is an 8th grade algebra and engineering teacher, iPad trainer, creator of appsinclass.com and fishing4tech.com, working on 1st year of BYOD student pilot.

Michael Seiler teaches Algebra II, precalculus, and AP stats in the Forest Hills School District in Ohio. He's also on his 1st year of BYOD and the students are working on their 3rd year of BYOD in the district.

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EDUCATION & LEARNING
Who can view: Everyone
Event Price: Free
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