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《e-Education Research》 2017-08
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Study on the Localization of "Bring Your Own Devices" in Elementary Education

ZHAO Li;School of Education Science,Nanjing Normal University;  
"Bring your own devices" into the enterprise has been promoted, and now in elementary education in America, students are also gradually allowed to bring their own equipment to school and carry out mobile learning. Based on existing policies, macro data, analysis of the share and use of environmental protection of mobile devices in local elementary education, it is found that the basic guarantee for the realization of BYOD education has been provided from individual paying for mobile devices and connecting to the Internet, as well as the existing school informationization environment. The questionnaire survey of school stakeholders' attitudes to the application of BYOD shows that, most schools and teachers are not in favor of bringing equipment into the campus and the lack of teaching resources available for mobile learning is the main reason. Based on the comprehensive analysis of objective conditions and subjective attitudes, this paper uses SWOT method to analyze the application of BYOD in elementary education. The results indicate that BYOD is advantageous for the development of students, teachers and schools.However, in actual implementation, there is a lack of understanding, or insufficient investment of the application of BYOD. The implementation of "bring the equipment" into school still needs schools and teachers to change their opinions in evaluation, management and application of mobile learning.
【Fund】: 国家社会科学基金“十二五”规划2015年度教育学青年课题“‘互联网+’时代中国传统文化微学习资源开发与传播研究”(课题编号:CCA150158)
【CateGory Index】: G434
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