Saturday, August 15, 2009

Cell Phones and School

We opened the school year at Shelby East Middle School with a longish faculty meeting a few days ago, and it amazes me that cell phone policy didn't come up.
We all know that cell phones have inundated society. In third world countries, cell phone technology will greatly benefit education. After all, many phones are essentially mini laptops. Is there a place for responsible cell phone use in US schools? Kate Sullivan, a classmate of mine this summer at the Bread Loaf School of English, created this interesting documentary about cell phone policies and possibilities in our schools. The issue isn't going away!

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It's surprising that policies on cell phones are not implemented. I guess some schools realized the benefits of cell phones in education.

 
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Cellphones like other technological advancement can really aide students in learning that is why policies for cellphones can never be implemented.

 
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