BYOT Policy is a response to a need for progressive learning tools in 21st century classroom. This is a Student-Centered policy template.
BYOD — Bring Your Own Device — is the practice of allowing members of an organization (in this case, students and teachers) to use their own computers, smartphones, or other devices for work/school purposes.
BYOD (bring your own device) provides students not just with a device, but apps–and thus pathways–to solve problems.
There is no single way to implement a BYOT program, so we’ve included 11 widely varying policy styles in this post.
To capitalize on the potential benefits of BYOD programs, districts must first address several security concerns and pain points.
Students can do so much with smartphones in the classroom. How can they truly help them work smarter, not harder?
More schools and employers are permitting and even encouraging students and employees to bring their own technology resources to work.
The four factors for BYOD success in schools include: student preference, teacher training, technical support, and a hybrid approach.