ICTI-120: BYOD 2 Integration Ideas & Projects

Learn how to integrate BYOD in your classroom through the process of balancing your students’ needs, curriculum demands, and the available technology.

The heart of your BYOD policy is what happens in the classroom. Once your foundation is established, build your capacity for technology integration to support student success.

Target Audience: Current and pre-service K-12 educators and administrators

If you’re thinking about these sorts of questions, this course is for you!

What does BYOD look like in my classroom?

When beginning to plan Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) lessons in your classroom, it is important to balance curriculum demands. Understanding student needs and taking inventory of available technology is an important place to start. ICTI-120 will lead you in identifying these necessary components to making BYOD in your classroom as success.

What technological tools best support who and what I teach?

In ICTI-120 you will learn how to leverage the benefits of various tools to meet the learning objectives rather than jumping from one new gadget to the next.

How do I create device neutral assignments?

BYOD programs create opportunities for increased infusion of technology in the curriculum. It’s important to take time to consider how to leverage the benefits to create student-centered instruction that guides students through inquiry learning. ICTI-120 will show you how device-neutral plans shift the focus from the technology to the learning experience.


This course represents 20 contact hours. All iTeach courses align with national standards for professional learning. Check with your district staff development office to ensure they will accept this course for in-service points.


This course will help teachers meet the National Education Technology (NET) standards 1-5.

After completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  • Balance curriculum demands, student needs, and available technology
  • Select technology tools to support specific subject areas
  • Evaluate available resources
  • Utilize devices to engage in real-world experiences
  • Match tools with resources
  • Use devices to demonstrate understanding of curriculum
  • Integrate cross-platform collaboration tools

Upon satisfying the requirements for this course, participants will receive a course completion certificate. This certificate will awarded to participants who:

  • Satisfactorily complete all modules within the specified time period
  • Maintain a score of 70 and above throughout each module
  • Receive a final score of 70 and above for the course

Certificates will be emailed directly to participants once the facilitator submits final grades and the course completes its review.

This course is organized into five modules completed over four weeks.  Each week, learners will review materials and complete online activities within each module.  A badge will be awarded following the successful completion of all modules.

    • Course Orientation Overview
    • Week 1: Plan for BYOD
    • Week 2: Investigate BYOD Resources
    • Week 3: Develop Curriculum
    • Week 4: Implement BYOD with students
Modules will be released weekly throughout the four weeks of this course. On average, participants will spend three to five hours per week completing the course, for a total of twenty contact hours. The weekly hours reflect the average amount of time a participant will spend completing assignments and activities and will vary depending upon the learner.  While most activities can be completed at any time during the week, participants are expected to attend a live online meeting during week 3. The day and time of that meeting will be determined based on availability of participants.

Our ICTI 120: BYOD 2 Integration Ideas & Projects facilitators are qualified instructional technology experts, committed to empowering educators in using digital tools to improve students’ success. They will guide you through each module, answer you questions and provide you with timely and specific feedback. 

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