Monday, April 26, 2010

Spanish teacher in WI shares how she uses cell phones in high school

One of my PLN friends on twitter @kmtitler was on the local news in Wisconsin as a Golden Apple award winner. She was sharing how she uses cell phones to engage her Spanish students in language learning.


Anonymous said...

Does anyone know which program she uses online, for the in class texting?

Liz Kolb, Ph.D. said...

Yes! I believe she is using

alan said...

I had thought about this idea last year knowing how students use their phones for everything but didn't know how to connect their responses to the internet. I am glad to see this post and will try this program in the fall. I see this being used as a Q & A tool, quick quiz, or review tool. Any other thoughts?

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