Shawn Gross, managing director for Digital Millennial Consulting and executive director of the Institute for Personalized Learning, discusses mobile computing; specifically, how districts can implement mobile technology in the classroom with step-by-step guidance on everything from how to manage school boards to how curriculum can adapt to mobile technologies.

Michael Flood, AT&T’s Education Solutions practice manager, provides expertise on mobile learning from a K-20 perspective. Flood also discusses the pros and cons of various mobile device implementation strategies, including BYOD (Bring Your Own Device).

Becky Fisher, director of educational technology and professional development for Albermarle Public Schools in Charlottesville, Va., discusses how policy infrastructure and professional development need to adapt to mobile technologies. Fisher gives specific examples of policy frameworks to support mobile learning from her work with CoSN’s new Mobile Learning Initiative.