Articles and Podcasts about using Student Cell Phones in Learning

Bring Your Own Device:  The Next Big Trend in Learning
Report by Sophic Capital 2014

BYOD One Year Later
TechLearning 2013

Low Income Students Test Scores Leap 30% With Smartphone
Qualcom Study 2012

Cell Phones Increasingly a Class Act
Chicago Tribune 2010

Dumb Phones, Smart Phones
Harvard Education Letter 2010

Cell Phones Allow Anytime Learning
ASCD Express 2010

Cell Phones Have Much Potential in Classrooms
eSchoolnews 2010

Cell Phones as Classroom Learning Tools
Classroom2.0 Live 2009

From Cell Phone Skeptic to Evangelist
District Administration 2009

Classrooms Welcome Cell Phone Use
Wichita Eagle 2009

Please Turn On Your Cell Phone
Change Observer 2009

Learning Curve:  Cell Phone as Teacher
The Atlanta-Journal Constitution 2009

Mobile Technology Goes to School
Education World 2009

*Article that started the BYOT/BYOD revolution with cell phones (in order to understand this movement, you must read where it all began)
What Can You Learn From a Cell Phone 
by Marc Prensky 2004
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