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Affordable Strategies for Integrating Cell Phones into the Classroom

Mobile technologies, such as netbooks and cell phones, are low-cost solutions to technology integration. Used in conjunction with free web-based applications, they allow for a more interactive learning experience.

Katy Scott

on 12 April 2013

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Transcript of Affordable Strategies for Integrating Cell Phones into the Classroom

who am I? what we do High School Middle School PreK-12 Katy Scott former elementary,
middle school teacher Monterey Bay Aquarium's
education technology specialist who are you? WATCH Teen Conservation Leaders Student Oceanography Club coach teachers Affordable Strategies for Integrating Cell Phones
into the Classroom Stretch Your Digital Dollar Our mission is to create the next generation of ocean stewards. 'Smart' Phones purchase at $199+ each BYOD cell phone drive no SIM cards uses classroom wikis social networking mobile internet with an image attachment and the caption logistics camera wifi blogging flickr twitter device neutral notes podcasts videos polling 1. With your phone or computer, take a photo of

2. Email the photo to over19self@photos.flickr.com e-mail body caption What make it difficult to use e-mail subject title = = over19self@photos.flickr.com Why do we need these cups? Give us glass
or re-usable water bottles! in your classroom? obstacles cell phones single-use plastic. http://www.flickr.com/photos/68829081@N05/ Young Women in Science keitai shosetsu http://pollev.com/aquarium pre-school wifi camera 77% teens own cell phones 60 texts per day median teen user internet access videos texting games photos music {12- to 17-year-olds } literacy development "This device has become a communication and often entertainment hub in their lives... It has become a tool to help them and and record their lives." - Pew researcher Amanda Lenhart texting improves make sense process http://moourl.com/cellphones Head Start Partnership http://www.nytimes.com/imagepages/2008/01/20/world/20japan.1.ready.html student response m.socrative.com Room Number: mba backchannel photos
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