Teachers in Miami-Dade Test Out Cell Phones in the Classroom

November 13, 2012

A recent story in the Miami Herald showcases how teachers in Florida’s Miami-Dade school district are experimenting with a new Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policy.

According to the story, students are allowed to bring cell phones, tablets and laptops to class as a way to support digital learning efforts. The BYOD policy is being used in elementary school classrooms all the way to high school, ensuring younger students also get a chance to try out newer technology. Find out more about why Miami-Dade instituted this new BYOD policy here.

Is your kid allowed to bring his or her device into the classroom? Let us know!

kajeet, the smart phone for kids

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