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October 17, 2016

Tips For Creating A Successful 1:1 Initiative

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Tips for creating a successful 1:1 initiative
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Tips for creating a successful 1:1 initiative
Tech Out Your Class Making 1:1 and BYOD initiatives successful requires practical knowledge paired with proven strategies. You have to build a culture of creativity, cultivate buy-in and model the effective use of technology.
The new ISTE book Mobile Learning Mindset: The Teacher’s Guide to Implementation provides insight and inspiration to help teachers ensure that 1:1 initiatives are student-centered and drive deeper learning.
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Learning Mindset Also new, Mobile Learning Mindset: The Coach’s Guide to Implementation offers staff development activities, tips for modeling tech use and a host of lessons learned to help support your colleagues involved in a 1:1 initiative.
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