Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Persuasive Video on Cell Phones and Schools

I created this video for my presentation at the MACUL conference tomorrow in Grand Rapids, MI. I would love some feedback on it. The goal is to give a perspective of educational history and technology, where common technology tools (such as a chalkboard or pen or even Internet) were once banned and labeled "harmful" as we are doing with cell phones.

Enjoy!


video
Update: Here is the
Link to video
on TeacherTube...Enjoy!

8 comments:

Rodney said...

Great job! simple, effective, to the point. I think you get your point across simply through the presentation with no discussion necessary. Keep up the good work--your blogs are really incredible. I really never thought about the many uses of cellphones in the edusphere.

Kate said...

Just listened to your conference presentation at Macul. Great presentation, I learned alot!Thank you.
Kate Ter Haar

Katrin Verclas said...

Totally fabulous. Just tweeted: great video on why mobiles in schools are NOT harmful: http://snurl.com/215h8. Great job, Liz!

Nick Dennis said...

Love the opening slides - will be posting them across the school tomorrow! :)

Liz Kolb said...

Thank you everyone for the feedback! Nick--I hope the slides get the message across for your school. :-)

Coach Thelen said...

Nice job, Liz. I saw you speak at MACUL (Celphones as Learning Tools) and it was excellent. Keep up the good work and keep us up to date on the new toys -> tools you discover.

Clif's Notes said...

Good design and development and strong content. Its power is its simplicity.

Would you consider uploading it to TeacherTube, YouTube, blip.tv, etc., so that it could be more widely distributed?

Adam Zurn said...

I love your posts. I read them from my computer and iPhone. I would love if you would add a link to your videos in another format so I could view them from by iPhone.
Thanks.

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