Tool vs. method.
["Left to Their Own Devices," January; thejournal.com/articles/2010/01/08/left- to-their-own-devices.aspx] I have fully embraced Web 2.0, and with it comes the use of cell phones, student laptops, iPhones, iPod Touches--you name it, we use it. Kids are blogging, using a class wiki, and e-mailing assignments. I have saved so many resources that if our whole staff did what I did, what you are talking about in this article, we would save enough money in dispoable resources to get those devices for every student. I just need an administrator to lead the way. So how how about it, my fellow teachers? With budgets becoming tight, it is sure something to think about seriously.
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|Publication:||T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2010|
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