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How I Stopped Fearing and Learned to Love the Cell Phone in my Classroom

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Matt Levi

on 7 March 2013

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Transcript of How I Stopped Fearing and Learned to Love the Cell Phone in my Classroom

Matt Levi How I Stopped Fearing and Learned to Love the Cell Phone in my Classroom How do we currently view phones in the classroom? Tired of fighting it? It's OK if you're fighting it, you've got good reasons "multitasking can reduce productivity by as much as 40%, increase stress and cause a 10-point fall in IQ."
Harvard Business Journal "Older teen girls ages 14-17... average 100 messages a day."

Pew Research Center We must admit cell phones have their benefits, too Technology makes students more interested in learning You can use cell phones to
check for student learning There is no more direct way
to communicate with your students Here are some ways we've
successfully used cell phones in our classrooms Student created and posted videos Polling software to check for student learning www.polleverywhere.com Communicating with students has never been easier www.remind101.com Let's take time now
to get set up in polleverywhere and remind101 Thank You! Take a minute and open this website on your laptop Take a minute and open this website, too Any questions?
Let me know:
mslevi@fcps.edu Here's an example Cellphones in the
classroom
are like an iceberg As you can see, there is
a lot more to cellphones
in the classroom
than the tip of the iceberg I've stopped fighting it!
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