BYOD for K12: Tricks and Tips to Creating an Interactive Classroom
Live Webinar Recording
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs allow schools and districts to bring interactive and new technologies into the classroom and save money while providing cutting edge education. Implementing and managing effective BYOD initiatives can be challenging, but what can you do to minimize the risks, gain buy-in and improve learning outcomes? Join us for this 60-minute training where you will discover:
Getting Started: Best solutions to implementing your BYOD program
Effective BYOD policies & procedures to minimize risks
Classroom management tips: Keep students focused in a BYOD model
Interactive digital lessons that keep your students engaged & productive
How to engage student learning & improve academic success with BYOD
Planning & Implementing a Successful BYOD Class
Best approaches to teaching with student-owned devices
Proper leverage of mobile devices to empower student learning
How to calculate the BYOD costs advantage for your school or district
Managing BYOD: Keep Your Students Focused in a BYOD Model
How tech providers can work with your school to deliver content
Best ways to gain buy-in from parents & higher-ups
Key ways to enforce BYOD policies & procedures in the classroom
Top BYOD Tools to Increase Learning with Devices Students Already Own
Creative, interactive lessons that keep your student's attention
Use student owned devices to integrate social media in the classroom
Money saving classroom resources: eTextbooks, online apps, and more!
Live Q&A Session- Have Your Questions Answered!
About The Speaker
Jared Covili has been a technology integration specialist with the Utah Education Network (UEN) for the past ten years. He specializes in teaching strategies for classroom integration of technology such as Google Tools, geospatial learning, web page design, and digital devices. Jared's background is in secondary education where he was a Language Arts teacher at a secondary level.
He received his Bachelor's degree in English and his Master's degree in Instructional Design and Educational Technology from the University of Utah.
Beside his work at UEN, Jared is also an adjunct faculty member of the College of Education at the University of Utah, where he teaches technology integration classes to undergraduate students.
He has served as the president of Utah Coalition for Educational Technology and currently serves on the UCET board.
Jared's first book, Going Google: Powerful Tools for 21st Century was published by Cowrin Press in 2012 and is second book, Classroom in the Cloud, is set to release in early 2015.
This interactive, 60-minute webinar will provide you with the best tools and resources to successfully implement an effective BYOD program in your classroom.