How to develop lessons for bring-your-own-device programs

01/9/2013 | T.H.E. Journal

As a growing number of schools adopt bring-your-own-device programs -- bringing a slew of unique devices into the classroom -- one expert is offering tips to help teachers craft lessons that are device neutral. Ron Milliner, director of the Kentucky Academy of Technology Education, says teachers should incorporate BYOD into existing lessons while not worrying so much about the actual devices. Students, Milliner said, will find the applications they need and collaborate to provide technical support.

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