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Use of Cell Phones in the Classroom by Mind Map: Use of Cell Phones in the Classroom
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Use of Cell Phones in the Classroom

This is just a demo map that you can delete right away, if you feel like it...

Lesson Activities

Lots of great new ideas for classroom based mobile activities. These are the new digital literacy skills that the next gen must be prepared to use.

student engagement

How can student engagement be measured?

Does it increase with the use of cellphones?

students learn better when their educational activities are situated in authentic real-world environments using familiar, authentic tools

increase when students are supported in making connections between a new task and their prior knowledge..that being their comfort level with cell phone use

Participation

What about those who don't have a cellphone?

does a greater divide happen between the haves and have nots?

text messaging can help shy teenagers communicate their ideas and feelings better

Cons

Do cellphones cause distraction?

If so, how does the classroom teacher deal with it?

Looks good Doreen. I can give you feedback in a node that you can delete when you want.

Sounds good to me!

getting started

what;s the policy?

ask admin for permission

have specific proposal

provide research & pertinent data

cell phone safety & ethics

cyber-bullying, identity theft, online digital safety

many teachers feel that they are not well-prepared to educate students on this topic

Survey students

inquire about their own cell phone capabilities, plans, and interests in using them in the classroom

results can help to group and pair students

teach students about safety and appropriate use

digital footprint

public

go over cell phone plans with students so they know what they have

create a social contract

Permission forms

Begin!