Pictures

Below are some of the pictures and videos students recorded with their mobile phones while on the Grampians Camp. These will be used to assist in the creation of their final assessment pieces which can be found under the presentations section.

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Responses

  1. I am taking EDIM514 at Wilkes and we have been given an assignment to contact someone who has done a project using cell phones in the classroom. I need to ask you some questions to include in a paper for my class if you would not mind. I know you not only have used cell phones but I have read your blog and have seen your emails about opposing PA HB 363. If you do not have the time or cannot help me please let me know.

    Did you students enjoy the project and are they anxious to repeat it?

    Can you tell me what your schools policy is on cell phone use in the classroom?

    Did you have to do much convincing to be able to use the phones in your classroom?

    Do you know the status of PAHB 363?

    What did you have to do as far as parental support or approval?

    Do most of your students have cell phones?

    What do you do for the students who don’t have a phone?

    What if the parents object, how do you handle the assignment?

    How do you handle the logistics of the cell phones?

    Do you feel this has been worth the struggle and extra effort to push forward?

    any other comments or information you can give me would be greatly appreciated.

    Hopefully you are able to respond and have the time to answer these questions.

    thank you

  2. […] classes recorded audio blogs during the experience, captured photographs, and then created Slideshare Presentations to synthesize their learning after the trip, which are […]

  3. Hello Sir,

    I teach art here in the USA and wanted to ask you a few questions regarding your fun field trip because I would like to do the same type of trip, but one to the Museum.

    Did you students enjoy the project and are they anxious to repeat it?

    Can you tell me what your schools policy is on cell phone use in the classroom?

    Did you have to do much convincing to be able to use the phones in your classroom?

    Do you know the status of PAHB 363?

    What did you have to do as far as parental support or approval?

    Do most of your students have cell phones?

    What do you do for the students who don’t have a phone?

    What if the parents object, how do you handle the assignment?

    How do you handle the logistics of the cell phones?

    Do you feel this has been worth the struggle and extra effort to push forward?\

    Please email me at your convenience.

    Thank you.
    Andy


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