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Liz Kolb

Cell Phones in Learning With Liz and Jeff


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Cell Phones in Learning with Liz Kolb and Jeff Stanzler brought to you in part by ISTE, the International Society for Technology in Education.

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We will speak with Matt Cook who started a cell phone integration project in Jan 09 with his 5th grade students. They are using GoKnow software and Smartphones from Verizon.

We will talk with Math educator Suzette Kliewer from Project K-Nect: "Over 100 Smartphones were distributed to 9th grade Algebra I students in Onslow, Durham, and Winston-Salem/Forsyth Schools to measure their achievement in... more

Jeff and Liz will discuss ideas for getting started using students' cell phones in learning. We will also include our web2.0 mobile resources and blogs of the week! Join Us!

For our first show of 2009!!! We will introduce our new co-host Jeff Stanzler. A phenomenal instructor at the University of Michigan who has a special interest in the 21st Century student. In addition we will be talking with Larry Liu, a first... more

With the rise of unlimited text messaging on student cell phones, we will discuss projects that students and teachers can do with text messaging. Also, there will be the mobile "geek" of the week site, as well as the article/blog of the week.

I will discuss ideas for scaffolded professional development strategies to slowly help teachers integrate cell phones into their curriculum. Of course Web.20 Tech of the Week and mobile blog post of the week will also be featured!

This segment will focus on various ways that teachers can take advantage of cell phone cameras for curriculum-based projects. It will also include the web2.0 mobile tool of the week!

We will talk about potential rules for cell phone use. Also we will touch on teaching mobile etiquette.

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