New Tools
“Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools”

Liz Kolb
Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Blog: http://toytotool.blogspot.com

Bio
Liz Kolb spent 7 years as a classroom social studies teacher,high school technology coordinator and integration specialist. She is now an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Madonna University in Michigan as well as finishing her PhD in Learning Technologies at University of Michigan. She teaches courses for both preservice and inservice teachers concerning technology integration in schools. For more information on her background, please see her virtual CV at http://sitemaker.umich.edu/kolb_504.

Bio Page
https://k12online07presenters.wikispaces.com/Liz+Kolb

Presentation Title
“Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools”

Description
This presentation focuses on ways to connect students’ favorite digital toy with classroom learning. Cell phones have the capability to become the “Swiss army knife” for student research and organization. First, we explore using cell phones as data collection tools: audio recorders, digital cameras, and digital camcorders. Additionally, we consider how classroom projects can be developed for cell phones: creating ring tones, text messaging, mobile WebPages, and mobile surveys. Finally, we contemplate the future features of cell phones and how those features play a role in learning.

Presentation
iPod ready
http://k12online.wm.edu/K12_Kolb_Cell.mp4 (1:10:00 Run Time; m4v; 176 MB)
Original
http://k12online.wm.edu/K12_Kolb_Cell.mov (1:10:00 Run Time; mov; 298 MB)
Audio only
http://k12online.wm.edu/K12_Kolb_Cell.mp3 (1:10:00 Run Time; mp3; 81 MB)

Supporting Links
http://cellphonesinlearning.wikispaces.com

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  1. [...] phones. The podcasts can then be uploaded to blogs or other multimedia sites to share. Thanks to Liz Kolb for sharing this [...]

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  3. [...] entries, ranging from “Students and Cellphones; Controversy in the Classroom” , to”From Toy to Tool, Cell Phones in Learning.” I decided to go with those two issues for this argument because the author of the From Toys [...]

  4. kevin Khumalo says:

    hmm, students will allways to wiling to pay extra as long as they are using thier phones or other gargets other than using school computers. students are like thier gargets too much

  5. Sammy says:

    I need help for school about cell phone use in class

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  7. [...] this task, we were to attend an online presentation of our choice.  I attended one called Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools.  Once it finally downloaded and started, I found some of it very interesting.  It basically [...]

  8. [...] use mobile devices to support learning. Liz' presentation for the 2007 K-12 Online Conference, "Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools" is still one of the best I've ever seen on this [...]

  9. [...] putting in a link to the K-12 Online Conference site’s archive of Liz Kolb’s presentation as a resource for K-12 teachers and pre-service teachers.  Like anything, this is not [...]

  10. [...] following podcast from Liz Kolb (http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=152 &/or http://k12online.wm.edu/K12_Kolb_Cell.mp3) provides amazing information on using [...]

  11. When high school students were asked what they thought of the idea of using their cell phones as an educational tool, one student put it best: “We can use our cell phones under, or above our desks. As out=r teachers, which do you prefer?”

    60% of high school students admit to using cell phones during class.

    98% of high school students own cell phones and 68% of those are able to access the Internet.

    In a recent study, teachers were asked, “How many of you dismiss cell phones as not having a positive impact on learning?” The answer…only 13%.

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  13. [...] K12 Online “Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools” by Brooke Schofield on April 26, 2012 http://k12onlineconference.org/?p=152 [...]

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