Wednesday, June 19, 2013

FREE Product!- Bring Your Own Device

Classroom Freebies Manic Monday


I am excited to be participating in 

my first Linky Party with 
The Organized Classroom's 
Manic Monday Post!


When we are doing an app based or Internet activity, I allow students to bring in their own devices to use in class. But more specifically when doing app based activities, I have come to realize that not all apps are available on the different app markets. While the Blackberry/Android market seems to have the most apps, the Apple market seems to have the most educational apps. Some of them you can find on both markets, but a lot of the ones I have used are only on the Apple market.

Instead of answering 100 times (or more) which devices will work for an app based activity, I decided to create a poster to hopefully cut down on this. I will laminate and attach a magnet to it and put it on the white board where I display my homework for the night for a visual reminder for students. I will then use it to check off which devices will work.

Enjoy! 




5 comments:

Grade School Giggles said...

Thanks for sharing this poster.
✿April✿
Grade School Giggles

Melissa Wysong ~ The TechKnowledgey Teacher said...

You're Welcome! Glad you enjoyed!

Angela@TheTeachersDesk6 said...

Clever idea! Thanks for sharing!

MissMath said...

What a great idea! It is great that your students can BYOD, but I can see how frustrating it would be to try to plan around everyone's different devices.
I'm so glad I found your blog! I am originally from Kentucky, but moved to Maryland after I graduated to follow my husband (boyfriend at the time). I have taught middle school math for the past 5 years. I am now beginning my new job as technology coordinator at my school. I hope to steal some good ideas from your blog:-) I'm your newest follower:-)

Melissa Wysong said...

We moved here from Tennessee last year, and my school is 100 times better making for an easier adjustment! My dream job would be tech coordinator or to do professional development! I hope you can find some things useful! I'll be sure to check yours out as well! :-)

Melissa

The TechKnowledgey Teacher

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