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Toys to Tools: Connecting Student Cell Phones to Education

by Liz Kolb

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You’ve got to be kidding! Using student’s cell phones a tools for learning IN school? There must be an oxymoron here somewhere. Or, some common sense. After the dust settles with the long list of don’ts, can’ts, and won’t works recognized in the first couple chapters, the ideas begin. There are chapters about using cell phones for podcasting, as cameras and camcorders, for doing classroom projects, for research and organization tools, as management tools, for use in preschool and early grades, and looking into the future. This is a dangerous book. It will infect you with very very unpopular ideas that you will want to try. Don’t consult it unless you are creative, seeking ideas, forward thinking, realistic, or just a bit crazy. Hands off!
  davidloertscher | Feb 7, 2009 |
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Explores how cell phones can be used as learning tools inside or outside of the classroom.

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