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Internet Safety 06/26/2009 (p.m.)

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on June 26, 2009
  • According to Canadian digital learning consultant Dean Shareski, Craik School in Saskatchewan, Canada, recently experimented with cell phones as learning tools and discovered improved student engagement, responsibility and innovation as well as problem solving skills. The K-12 school discovered students aren’t dazzled by their phones, but simply use them to share ideas, pictures, sounds and videos.

    Tags: ad4dcss, cellphone, digital literacy, 21st century learning

    • According to Canadian digital learning consultant Dean Shareski, Craik School in Saskatchewan, Canada, recently experimented with cell phones as learning tools and discovered improved student engagement, responsibility and innovation as well as problem solving skills. The K-12 school discovered students aren’t dazzled by their phones, but simply use them to share ideas, pictures, sounds and videos. – By Anne Bubnic

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