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Getting Started with Mobile Implementation
FocusOn Learning 2016 Conference & Expo - June 9, 2016
Senior Training Specialist
St. John Ambulance
Classroom clickers, or student response systems, have become high-demand classroom tools in schools, universities, and training programs across the country. St. John Ambulance has several very traditional in-class public courses that needed more whole-class engagement through mobile technology. The company couldn’t afford $100,000 to equip 26 branches with hard-wired clickers but instead sought to boost knowledge of the material, student engagement, and instructor comfort with a bring-your-own-device (BYOD) solution.
In this case study session, you will learn how to select and implement mobile polling using a BYOD solution for public courses open to students from all walks of life. You’ll chart a path from concept to implementation, including finding a service, creating materials, training instructors, getting student buy-in, implementing in class, getting feedback, and reacting to feedback. Additionally, you will learn about the challenges St. John faced with a BYOD solution, such as training instructors and gaining their buy-in.
In this session, you will learn:
- About benefits and challenges of the BYOD solution
- How to integrate a polling app into the classroom
- How to implement BYOD in public courses
- About gaining instructor buy-in
- About training instructors
- About measuring the success of the BYOD solution
Novice and intermediate designers and project managers.
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