#MobileEdChat November 5, 2013
Join teachers, educators, consultants, and specialists to look at utilizing mobile technology to support students creating their own learning content.
- — Lisa Storm Fink (@fink_girl)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:06:07This #MobileEdChat will focus on discussing technology-enhanced instruction and how it supports student created content.
- — Lisa Storm Fink (@fink_girl)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:02:32
- — Eric Langhorst (@ELanghorst)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:05:52A1 - I like activities to find content in the wild - take pictures of govt in action and bring in during constitution unit #MobileEdChat
- — Eric Langhorst (@ELanghorst)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:07:05A1 - I also want to create some additional local walking/museum tours using QR codes - can be created & accessed with mobile #MobileEdChat
- — Mark Snyder (@CCMarkSnyder)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:07:20A1: Math/science based games and exploratory lessons. Reading evaluation lessons. Mobile development projects. #mobileedchat
- — Sarah DeLeeuw (@MathVirusSD)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:14:11A1: I've used PollEverywhere so students can respond anonymously via text. Informal Assessment. Value Feedback. Improve. #MobileEdChat
- — Lisa Storm Fink (@fink_girl)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:13:12Q2: What is your greatest roadblock to using mobile in the classroom? Phones not allowed? Not sure how to integrate it? #MobileEdChat
- — Eric Langhorst (@ELanghorst)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:19:47A2 Not allowing the use of mobile/cell phones that students already own seems like such a missed opportunity #MobileEdChat
- — Verizon Foundation (@verizongiving)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:15:51
- — Robert Pennington (@robpennington9)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:15:59A2-Since the board has a no device policy, the Principal won't allow mobile devices. It's very difficult to incorporate change #MobileEdChat
- — TweechersTeach (@tweechersteach)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:15:37A2- multiple students in various classes to use same app on same day- need to be able to say efficiently for other to use. #mobileedchat
- — Melissa Edwards (@mwedwards)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:23:39How do you keep students focused when not using devices? You can use many of those same techniques with devices #MobileEdChat
- — Lisa Storm Fink (@fink_girl)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:18:53
- — Suzanne Thurston (@SuzanneThurston)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:21:24Q3: Some screentime “research” is based on questionable scientific data (learned at a conf today) I’ll share URLs/info soon. #mobileedchat
- — Craig Anderson (@CraigHamline)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:21:44A3 As with everything in life we need balance... Kids need face time, screen time, text time, and play time! #mobileedchat
- — ReadWriteThink.org (@RWTnow)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:20:25
- — Ann Kong (@MathNann)Tue, Nov 05 2013 17:19:47A3: The beauty of tech: ability to be efficient AND effective. Pick high quality apps to decrease screen time. #MobileEdChat
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