Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Liz Kolb's book on mobile learning, "Cell Phones in the Classroom," published by ISTE

Tags: keren-kolb, teaching and learning, technology


Elizabeth Keren-Kolb has written a book for educators and school administrators about practical ways cell phones can be used for classroom projects. The book is Cell Phones in the Classroom and is published by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

The book is available from the ISTE website. From the site: "In Cell Phones in the Classroom, mobile learning enthusiast Liz Kolb starts out by sharing case studies that illustrate practical ways teachers and administrators from schools around the world are using cell phones for classroom projects, homework assignments, and communication with parents. She also includes resources such as sample lesson plans, tutorials for mobile-supported web 2.0 tools, strategies for involving students without cell phones, and guidance on planning and preparation. After reading through the case studies and lists of web 2.0 resources, you’ll be overflowing with ideas for your own classroom."

Liz Kolb is Clinical Associate Professor

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