Quickstart BYOD Guide:

10 Ways You Could Use BYOD @HHS Right Now

Activity

Resource

Level of Difficulty

1. Hold an online discussion or allow students to pose questions during a lesson or reading.

Today’s Meet - share via QR code or shortened URL bitly

1

2. Have your students check your daily agenda/goals/etc.

Your workflow tool of choice: website/wiki, Canvas, or Google Classroom

1

3. Use an online web whiteboard for student work, notes.

https://awwapp.com/ 

1

4. Students use their devices for research (Google is good but definitely not the only resource we want our students to use for research)

Research Zone 

HHS Media Center Resources Page

1

5. Take a brief survey or do a formative assessment.

Answer Garden

1

6. Create a formative assessment or just add notes to a video (it will keep track of scores, no student account needed, free and it can pull most videos from Youtube).

Zaption 

1-2 Create your own or use ready-made

7. Give your students an exit ticket quiz.

Google Forms via Google Drive (share link on website/workflow tool, QR code or shortened link)

2

8. Do a formative assessment or game with Kahoot - let’s face it, they are fun - even better, have the students create a Kahoot, share it with you and give it to the class at a later date

Kahoot (students go to Kahoot.it to play or create their own account on Get Kahoot to create)

2

9. Use flipped instruction or have students create flipped instruction videos as a project.  

Screen-cast-o-matic or Educreations (also free, more like a whiteboard, works great with app)

3

10. Interactive Powerpoints

Nearpod (also good as an app)

4