Tag: BYOD

#BYOD and the @Adobe Creative Cloud #CreateEdu

Students and teachers at NSW State Schools have great opportunities to be creative with access to quality digital tools for free or greatly reduced prices. […] 

#BYOD Tool: #AdobePost

Adobe Post is a great free tool for placing text on photos and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.  Of course, this makes it […] 

#BYOD Tool: WordsEye

“WordsEye is cutting-edge technology that works by parsing text input into a semantic representation which is then rendered as a 3D scene. This process relies […] 

#BYOD Tool: Google’s “About Me”

Google has launched a new service which purports to allow users to control their online information. Their new About me page lists information such as work […] 

#BYOD Tool: TextGrabber

This is the first in a planned series of posts that each focus on a tool that will be useful to both students and teachers […] 

BYOD @ (Y)our School

Dapto High School is moving to BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) for Y7-12 in 2015. In this year of transition we have learnt much from […] 

BYOD: 5 Areas for Reflection and Professional Development

 The science of teaching is knowing a number of different methodologies. The art is knowing when to use which.             […] 

BYOD + SAMR

Our school has moved to implement a BYOD (Bring your Own Device) policy for 2014. We have spent the last 6 months exploring what is […] 

BYOD: books from our local libraries

Students in Australian schools could be given access to a wealth of pre-existing online books and journals with just a little coordination by the state. […] 

The Quiet Revolution at Your Local Library

The future of the book has been widely discussed in the last decade, as has that great democratic institution, the library. Both have been challenged […] 

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