Cell phones (slideshare)

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Here is a slideshare version of my Cell Phones presentation from our Jan 21 staff development day.

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Cell phones (slideshare)

  1. 1. "More importantly, highly effective instructors know that if they cannot be digital technologymore dynamic, more dazzling, more interactive & more interesting than thatelectronic gizmo in their students hand, they have no business being infront of them in the first place." -- Mike Lanouette CELL PHONES “Ten Traits of Highly Effective Instructors” In the classroom????????????????
  2. 2. The students are digital and the systems are analog Congressman George Miller . . . and some teachers are vinyl
  3. 3. We know . . .DistractionsCheatingHarassmentInterruptions
  4. 4. But then . . .textingemailinternetcalendarmusiccamera/videoapps
  5. 5. But then . . .
  6. 6. so i became a digital immigrant Nintendo Toshiba laptop If you can’t beat Cell Phone ‘em . . . Super Nintendo xBox 360Other gaming counsels iPod Nano
  7. 7. Digital CitizensWhere were you when you realized the world wasflat?
  8. 8. rule #1“If it’s not happening, it’s because you’re not doing it.” -- Thomas Friedman
  9. 9. imagine this assignment You dislike your school lunch . . . QuickTime™ and a QuickTime™ and a mpeg4 decompressor mpeg4 decompressor are needed to see this picture.texting - compile feedback from peers, faculty, and others on the are needed to see this picture.food.email - begin an email campaign to administration and schoolboard members.pictures/video - visually document the food and variety.facebook/twitter/youtube - spread the word for your cause.blogs/wikis - multi-media outlets for your cause.
  10. 10. Engage your StudentsAs content producers and publishers.
  11. 11. Possibilities
  12. 12. WiffitiAllows students to post their rapid reactions
  13. 13. Wall WisherAllows students to post their rapid reactions
  14. 14. TwitterGreat for assignments, Professional development, and instant communication
  15. 15. poll everywhere classroom polls
  16. 16. YODIO ipadiophonecasts - phlogging, cell phone tours, commentaries, audio polls . . .
  17. 17. pinterestPost pictures and video
  18. 18. Dropbox EVERNOTEon-line storage and access to content
  19. 19. Scribdself publish on the web and gain access to content
  20. 20. slideshareaccess and download slideshows and videos
  21. 21. zoomerang surveys
  22. 22. Some quick ways to personally use themWhite Board ArchiveHandheld ScannerReminder listClass PicturesCapture Moments/Digital Witness
  23. 23. White Board archive
  24. 24. scanner
  25. 25. Reminder List
  26. 26. class pictures
  27. 27. Instant communication
  28. 28. capture moments
  29. 29. Everyday class usesQuizzesAccountabilityDiscussionSubsAssignmentsConnectionsQuestions and Feedback
  30. 30. ApplicationsFacebookTwitterSearch/Internet BrowserPandoraWord/Power Point
  31. 31. It’s a digital world
  32. 32. Cell PhonesIn the classroom???????????????? WHY NOT?

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