iTeach Mobile

- Exploring Mobile Technologies for Learning, Instruction and Professional Development


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iTeach Mobile Website:




Cell Phone Resources: ................

iPod Touch and iPhone Resources:


What issues will schools & teachers face if every student is allowed to bring a mobile device to school?

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What new learning opportunities would the integration of mobile devices permit?


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If you prefer, you may submit your responses to these questions as a podcast over your mobile phone. Just dial 1.888.887.3127 and follow the instructions given to you on the phone.
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  • channel password: 8437
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Related Research:

  • Domitrek, Julie; Raby, Rebecca. (2008). Are You Listening to Me? Space, Context and Perspective in the Regulation of Mp3 Players and Cell Phones in Secondary School. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, n81 p1-33 Sep 2008.
  • Gaofeng, Ruan & Lin Yeyu. (2007). An online Peer Learning Community Model and its Application in JZNU. Paper presented at the International Educational Technology (IETC) Conference (7th, Nicosia, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, May 3-5, 2007.
  • Johnson, Clarence; Kritsonis, William Allan. (2007). National School Debate: Banning Cell Phones in Public Schools: Analyzing a National School and Community Relations Problem. National Forum of Educational Administration and Supervision Journals, v25 n4.
  • Johnson, Doug. (2005). A Vision for the Net Generation Media Center. Media Matters. Learning and Leading with Technology, v33 n2 p25-26 Oct 2005.
  • Obringer, S. John; Coffey, Kent. (2007). Cell Phones in American High Schools: A National Survey. Journal of Technology Studies, v33 n1 p41-47 Win 2007.
  • Swan, Karen; van't Hooft, Mark; Kratcoski, Annette; Unger, Darlene. (2005). Uses and Effects of Mobile Computing Devices in K-8 Classrooms. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, v38 n1 p99-112 Fall 2005.