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Mobile phones

Ideas for using pupil's mobile phones in science

Sarah Halliwell

on 18 May 2010

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Transcript of Mobile phones

Mobile Phones "If we don’t teach how banned and filtered technologies can be used then we are not empowering students to operate in safe, appropriate, and acceptable ways with or without technology whether inside or outside school walls" Any Question Answered The knowledge of a library in their hands References

They'll cheat Moving from a know what to a know where society References
http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.com/2008/05/value-of-using-cell-phones-to-enhance.html 10 Ideas for Using Mobiles Phones in Education

Student response polling or pop quizzes (no need to invest in additional devices)
Use sms to find definitions, currency conversion, math equations, translation and more
Use as an internet browser to access endless information
Read news articles and current events
Read books
Download and use education programs such as Google Maps and use as GPS
Use as a digital or video camera to accompany school projects, publishing, etc.
Educate students on appropriate and acceptable social use
Use the voice technology to share engaging lectures or lessons A modern mobile has more processing power than one of the original computers Use of mobile phones for teaching and learning

Research studies on the use of mobile phone for a range of different teaching and learning processes have been carried out worldwide. It is recognised now that mobile phones could add a completely new dimension to the teaching and learning process due to a wide range of attributes, such as spontaneous, personal, informal, contextual, portable, ubiquitous, pervasive and the functions such as talk, text, still camera, video, radio, and the internet (Kukulska-Hulme et. al. 2005). Furthermore, Bressler, D, et.al. (2007) state that teenagers should be the target user group of mobile based teaching and learning, because the front-end research showed that teenagers had a higher than average interest in every mobile phone activity that was evaluated
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