Using Cell Phone Friendly Social Networks for Global Benefits! - Wednesday Morning


Start your Wednesday morning with the Global Education Conference
8:00 a.m. EST, 6:00 a.m. MT

Here is the link to the session: https://sas.elluminate.com/d.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=GECPart116

Learn how to set the building blocks for success with cell phones. Empower students to connect globally through the integration of social networks. See how twitter, textnovel, and celly support students with global education networks. The authors of Teaching Generation Text: Using Cell Phones to Enhance Learning share their experiences and immediately applicable tools for leading students in making global connections with their cell phones, even in schools where they are banned.
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2 comment for "Using Cell Phone Friendly Social Networks for Global Benefits! - Wednesday Morning"

  1. Really the post has been simply superb and amazing one because, in the present world, most of the parents and elders are thinking that, cell phones are not needed for the present world education and it spoils the quality and standard f education and students. But, after reading this article people who are all having such thoughts about education will get changed i think so.Because like this only, during the initial years when the custom research writing paper online websites are introduced most of the people had opposed it saying it reduces the thinking capacity and knowledge of the students and people. But, now they are accepting it as a normal one and people from all over the world has been using it likewise all will accept it and start allowing the mobile phones for education.

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