Thursday, November 19, 2009

Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show November 18th: Author of Pockets of Potential: Cooney Fellow Carly Shuler


Acnespan said...

I'm a french history and geography teacher. I want to use cellphones in my classroom but my first problem is that it is to expensive. How can I use it ? Have you any solutions ?

Liz Kolb, Ph.D. said...

I would recommend you get a copy of my book (link on website). It has dozens of ideas for teachers to use student cell phones---cost free! And some good foreign Language lesson ideas. Thank you for the comment.

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