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  • Considered a cost-effective way of incorporating technology into the classroom, BYOT programs seek to take advantage of devices students already own

  • By 2015-16, half of the district’s instructional materials budget must be spent on digital items.

  • Colleges and workplaces are increasingly expecting students and employees to possess digital skills.

  • “Many students today feel they are tech-savvy, but they lack the professional skills to navigate the web in a safe and professional manner.”

  • Pilot program will focus on creating the right classroom culture, including developing a digital-ethics manual.

Posted from Diigo.

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