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Bring Your Own Device

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BYOD is an important and exciting opportunity for students to undertake their curriculum while developing the digital skills they will need for life beyond school.

To participate in the program, student-owned laptops will need to meet minimum specifications. These are determined by the school as those required for a device to satisfactorily operate on our network and run the designated software. It is important that families read this information carefully before choosing a device for use in BYOD@CSHS.   

The Benefits of BYOD Learning:

  •  BYOD encourages independent learners as students have all the necessary tools and resources at home or at school. No “I left it at home (or school)”!
  • BYOD learning offers relevant ways to support student learning that can be transferred to the workplace, including respectful, appropriate use of mobile devices
  • BYOD learning is more portable, personal, collaborative, interactive, differentiated and contextual
  • BYOD learning creates a stronger connection between school and home
  •  BYOD learners are often more engaged with their learning 

BYOD students have a choice of three levels of participation:

  1. BYOD 1 Supported choice - onsite service and support
  2. BYOD 2 Own choice - self-managed 
  3. LearnIT- academic excellence program in Years 8 and 9 

Participation in any of our BYOD options

Bringing to school and connecting to our network a privately-owned device comes with a range of roles and responsibilities.  In addition to providing a device that meets minimum specifications, students participating in BYOD@CSHS will be expected to comply with the program’s Participation Agreement. 

Enquiries about our BYOD options are welcome at:  


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Last reviewed 15 August 2019
Last updated 15 August 2019