Friday, May 13, 2016

Liz Kolb interviewed by neaToday about student-teacher texting

Tags: kolb, technology


Liz Kolb was interviewed recently by neaToday about the inherent potential pitfalls involved when students and teachers communicate through text messaging. Many schools have banned the practice altogether, but Kolb said “the benefits to communicating via cell phones with students include bridging school learning with everyday experiences, connecting with students over breaks and on snow days, communicating to check for misunderstanding and to extend lessons, personalizing learning, and modeling positive digital citizenship skills to students.”

Read the full article here.


 

Liz Kolb is Clinical Associate Professor

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