Lesson Ideas

Lesson Plans that use Student Cell Phones

Texting Tale of Two Cities
Resource:  Cell Phone Texting
Phone Feature:  SMS text messaging

Summarizing by Text-Messaging Shakespeare
Resource:  Wiffiti
Phone Feature:  SMS text messaging

Collecting Biological Phenomena in Everyday Life
Resource:  Flickr
Phone Feature:  camera and text messaging

Local History Scavenger Hunt
Resource:  SCVNGR
Phone Feature:  SMS text messaging

Periodic Table Ringtones
Resource:  Drop.io (or you could use Google Voice)
Phone Feature:  Phone call

Geometry Digital Blogging Books
Resource:  Tumblr
Phone Feature:  Phone call, sms text messaging, cell camera

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