While entrepreneurs were at the GSV-ASU conference, thousands of Catholic educators flocked to Orlando for the annual
National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) conference--and they came with a variety of devices in hand, from Chromebooks to iPads to tablets.
Such a device-rich sight is a common one for Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) schools, but the existence of multiple devices isn’t just limited to those BYOD campuses. In those instances, it helps to know what products are device-agnostic, meaning they can be utilized or accessed across a number of different devices.
Luckily, two Florida teachers, Lisa Jones of Annunciation Catholic Academy and Anita Brady of Ascension Catholic School, brought a slew of device-agnostic tools to share for math class, English language arts and more. What products made their list? Here are some of the ones that caught my eye, as well as direct description from Jones and Brady. (NOTE: In order to be considered tech-agnostic, I only include tools that are available on three or more devices, that are web browser-based, or a combination of the two.)
Curious to see the rest of their presentation, and what other tools Jones and Brady mentioned? Check out their full presentation--”IPads? Windows? Android? Tools that Work on Almost Anything”--