Principals Are People Too (A BYOD Primer)

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Principals Are People Too (A BYOD Primer)

May 20, 2013  |  Teaching

Last week I hosted a roundtable for NYC area principals on the “Bring Your Own Device/Technology” movement. In short, it’s a pedagogical stance that invites kids to bring their devices to class so that they may be used to compliment learning. This classroom shift requires an institutional approach, and for many school leaders, districts, and parent groups this is new.

So many of the schools that I work with are innovative and forward thinking. The more I talk to principals, the more I realize that the question when it comes to BYOD or BYOT is not “if?” or “why?” but “HOW?”…

Your students (and parents) will love you when they see engagement and achievement go through the roof.

Your students (and parents) will love you when they see engagement and achievement go through the roof.

Here are some resources that have helped me to make the shift to BYOD/BYOT. I would love to hear how it has gone in your school communities.

– Corn



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