Thursday, October 22, 2009
Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show Oct 21st: MS Principal Dr. Kipp Rogers--Using Cell Phones in His School
*** (19:19:47):Welcome to the Liz Kolb Chat Room.
Liz Kolb says (19:30:13):
JymBrittain says to (19:30:24):
JymBrittain says to (19:30:50):
I shared your tweet to my fb account. I'm hoping a bunch of my friends show
Liz Kolb says (19:31:50):
Liz Kolb says (19:32:37):
Thank you Jym!
Liz Kolb says (19:32:43):
Peggy_G says to (19:33:28):
HI-I was having problems finding the chat box!
Liz Kolb says (19:33:39):
Peggy_G says to (19:34:49):
I got a chance to drop the link for your book and sing your praises today on a webinar re mobile learning with Training Magazine Network. :-)
Liz Kolb says (19:35:34):
YAY! Peggy you rock! Thank you
Peggy_G says to (19:35:57):
This is such a great story!!
Liz Kolb says (19:36:04):
Peggy_G says to (19:36:44):
WE just need to listen to the kids :-)
JymBrittain says to (19:36:58):
I'm presenting to a doc level class on monday on mobile tools for teaching and learning. doing a 3 hour workshop on the topic in march
Peggy_G says to (19:37:41):
I'll bet the kids are begging to get into his classes!
Peggy_G says to (19:39:02):
I'd love to hear more about how he is collecting his data :-)
Liz Kolb says (19:39:48):
I love how he encourages his teachers to use them!
Peggy_G says to (19:40:16):
JymBrittain says to (19:40:21):
quite a change from most administrators
Liz Kolb says (19:40:37):
@Jym Oh yes!
JymBrittain says to (19:40:58):
there's some good work coming out of ontario too
Peggy_G says to (19:41:05):
often it isn't the school administrators that are creating the school policy about cell phones--it's often the district administrators
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Liz Kolb says (19:43:42):
Liz Kolb says (19:44:18):
Talking with Dr Kipp Rogers MS Principal Using Cell Phones in LEarning http://docs.google.com/gview?a=v&q=cache:ezwrtytAamEJ:sbo.nn.k12.va.us/news/archive/2009/2009-04-06dp_cellphones_in_class.pdf+Kipp+Rogers+AND+Cell+Phones&hl=en&gl=us&sig=AFQjCNHRLwyjibL
Peggy_G says to (19:44:46):
that's such a brilliant way to start!! That's what Tim Tyson did when he introduced blogging to his teachers :-) Then the second year they were all expected to blog!
Peggy_G says to (19:47:00):
good idea--important for kids to know if they have unlimited texting!
Peggy_G says to (19:48:37):
digital footprints!! :-)
JymBrittain says to (19:49:02):
I'm not getting any audio. I'll catch the podcast later.
Peggy_G says to (19:50:20):
so sorry JymBrittain!
Liz Kolb says (19:50:44):
Peggy_G says to (19:51:37):
isn't that amazing!! they almost all have cell phones!
Peggy_G says to (19:52:11):
@Jim-do your students resist using their cell phones for learning?
Peggy_G says to (19:52:28):
what an enlightened principal!!!
Liz Kolb says (19:52:39):
Liz Kolb says (19:53:29):
Peggy_G says to (19:53:46):
I definitely plan to share this recording with some of my principal friends!! It is so inspiring!
Peggy_G says to (19:55:08):
such a great point about using a variety of ways to communicate with parents! I'm sure they appreciate it!
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Peggy_G says to (19:56:43):
I love that they can't say they lost their homework because they always have their cell phone with them.
Liz Kolb says (19:57:06):
@Peggy I agree!!
Peggy_G says to (19:58:23):
Jim needs to take his story on the road!! Districts would love to hear these first-hand experiences from a principal!
Liz Kolb says (19:58:34):
I'll tell him!!!!
Peggy_G says to (19:59:14):
Tell the teachers/principals to get started the same way he did! That is such an effective strategy!
Peggy_G says to (20:00:35):
How about NECC/ISTE 2010?
Liz Kolb says (20:00:45):
Anytime Anywhere Mobile Learning Using Cell Phones Activities for the Classroom. Technology & Education
Peggy_G says to (20:00:47):
need a link for his book :-)
Peggy_G says to (20:01:50):
Peggy_G says to (20:02:16):
Thanks for another great show Liz!
Liz Kolb says (20:02:18):
Let me get the link!
Peggy_G says to (20:02:23):
Liz Kolb says (20:03:58):
I can't find it but will post on my blog!
Liz Kolb says (20:04:09):
Peggy Thanks for joining us! Isn't Kipp wonderful!
Peggy_G says to (20:04:15):
ok-I'll look there or google it :-)
Peggy_G says to (20:04:22):
Liz Kolb says (20:05:22):
Link to Kpp's Book: http://www.teamvistech.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=5&products_id=482&zenid=e7b2be070b6b30e2b17b58b1ec8587c4
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