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  • Mobile Learning Using Cell Phones

    ISTE, 2011

    Kipp D. Rogers, Ph.D.

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    Resources Electronic Business Card- Text Kipp to 50500 Twitter- @kipprogers

    Rogers, K. Essentials for Principals: Mobile Learning. Bloomington, IN: Solution

    Tree Press. Forthcoming 2011.

    Rogers, K. (2009) Anytime, Anywhere: Mobile Learning Using Cell Phones in the

    Classroom. Eugene, OR: Visions Publishing.

    http://www.teamvistech.com/

    Rogers, K. (2009). Cell Phones as Instructional Tools. Principal Leadership, 9, 65-

    67.

    Kolb, L. (2008). Toys to Tools: Connecting student cell phones to education (1st ed.).

    Washington, DC: International Society for Technology in Education.

    Websites Function

    www.anytimeanywherelearning.blogspot.com

    Kipps Blog

    www.Cellphonesinclass.wikispaces.com Wiki to share lesson plans, usage

    forms

    www.Google.ca/sms/ Text messaging search engine

    www.Polleverywhere.com

    Live audience polling

    www.Voki.com Avatar

    www.Wiffiti.com Screens that allow you to text to

    locations

    www.Textmarks.com Send text blasts

    www.Blogger.com Blog

    www.Twitter.com Micro blog

    www.Photobucket.com Stores Photos

    www.Yodio.com Create photostories and podcasts

    Contacts

    Polleverywhere- 22333

    Google- 466453

    Photobucket- kipprogers.73364@uploads.photobucket.com

    Blogger- kipprogers.cellphones.blogger.com

    Rogers, K. Essentials for Principals: Mobile Learning. Bloomington, IN: Solution Tree Press.

    Forthcoming 2011.

    Rogers, K. (2009) Anytime, Anywhere: Mobile Learning Using Cell Phones in the Classroom.

    Eugene, OR: Visions Publishing.

    Rogers, K. (2009). Cell Phones as Instructional Tools. Principal Leadership, 9, 65- 67.

    Kolb, L. (2008). Toys to Tools: Connecting student cell phones to education (1st ed.). Washington, DC: International Society for Technology in Education.

    Websites Function

    www.anytimeanywherelearning.blogspot.com

    Kipps Blog

    www.Cellphonesinclass.wikispaces.com Workshop Wiki

    www.Google.ca/sms/ Text messaging search engine

    www.Polleverywhere.com

    Live audience polling

    www.Voki.com Avatar

    www.Wiffiti.com Screens that allow you to text to locations

    www.Textmarks.com Send text blasts

    www.Blogger.com Blog

    www.Twitter.com Micro blog

    www.Photobucket.com Stores Photos

    www.Yodio.com Create photostories and podcasts

    Contacts

    Polleverywhere- 22333

    Google- 466453

    Photobucket- kipprogers.73364@uploads.photobucket.com

    Blogger- kipprogers.cellphones.blogger.com

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    Name ____________________________________________ Date _____________________

    Activity Sheet 17 - SMS Text Messaging

    Weather or Not?

    Directions:

    1. Select a major city in a large country.

    2. Send a text message to GOOGLE (466453)

    to find the weather of the selected city.

    http://www.google.ca/mobile/sms/index.html

    3. Record the information in the data table below.

    4. Find the current weather in your town using Google SMS.

    5. Complete the Venn Diagram comparing the weather of the two cities.

    City Weather

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    Name _________________________________________Date_____________________

    Activity Sheet 50 - Camera

    The shape of it all

    Directions: Use the graphic organizer to list things around your school that are

    examples of triangles (right, acute and obtuse), spheres, trapezoids, pentagons, heptagons and octagons. Use

    a cell phone camera to take photos of the shapes. MMS the photos to www.Photobucket.com and create a

    photostory that includes labels and text. On the final slide, compare and contrast two geometric shapes.

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    Clearly label devices (markers,

    etching)

    Check-out system

    Assign a device to a student or

    group of students (keep track in

    Google Docs)

    Make one student in the group

    responsible for distributing and

    collecting the devices

    Use Codes to gain access

    Use a QR code system to check

    them in?

    Build in time to check out and

    return device

    Install Find My Phone App

    Management Strategies

    1. Focus on Function of the

    MLD- What do you want kids

    to learn and be able to do?

    2. Consider existing policies

    3. Generate some excitement--

    give students a survey to

    complete

    4. Consider Affordability

    5. Access for all students

    6. Establish guidelines

    7. Teach MLD etiquette and

    manners

    8. Privacy

    9. Safety

    10. Security

    11. Consequences

    12. Think big, start small!

    Management Strategies

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    http://www.slideshare.net/myoung12/how-to-create-a-voki-avatar

    How to create a Voki Tutorial

    Contact

    Kipp

    Krogers@ycsd.york.va.us

    kipp@21c3leadership.com

    www.21c3leadership.com

    Follow me on Twitter:

    Kipprogers

    How to create a Yodio Tutorial

    http://www.yodio.com/yo.aspx?cardid=1xUWmhN3XP6v8lGHhoohlL

    Order Mobile Learning:

    Cell Phones http://www.teamvistech.com/index.ph

    p/mobile-learning-using-cell-

    phones-single.html

    Order Mobile Learning http://www.solution-

    tree.com/Public/Media.aspx?ShowDeta

    il=true&ProductID=BKF445

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