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2 Nicole Aquila Mandi Warehime

3 Elementary Education Positives Children are enjoying interactive electronic games There are many programs being developed for the smart phones Safety Being used for a teachers to evaluate their students progress in the classroom

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5 Secondary Education Positives: Skills for the future 24/7 learning environment Better relationships Increase excitement and engagement

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7 Elementary Education Negatives Overuse of minutes and texts on the cell phone plan Cost Experience

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9 Secondary Education Negatives: Distraction Cheating Bullying Bomb threats

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12 Credits Slide 1: Dodds, R., & Mason, C. (April 2005). Cell phones and PDA's hit k-6. Education Digest: Essential Readings Condensed for Quick Review : ERIC. Retrieved September 25, 2008, from Academic Search Premier database. Slide 2: Bowman, J., Pruchnik, S., Stein, M., and Ockenfelds, R. (2008). Elementary learning. Palm Gear. Retrieved September 25, 2008, from Solomon, J.D. (June 2006). Education in hand: 1:1 Computing at the elementary level in Texas. District Administration. Professional Media Group. Retrieved September 20, 2008, from

13 Credits cont. Slide 2: Walker, C., & Cox, K. (2007, November 5). Student teachers pioneer use of smartphones in elementary schools. Wake Forest University. Retrieved September 25, 2008, from Wilson, Jacque. (2008, August 11). What to know before buying your kid a cell phone. CNN. Retrieved September 25, 2008, from nes.kids/ nes.kids/ Slide 3: Selingo, Jeffrey. (2006, August 17). Back to school, with cellphone and laptop. New York Times. Retrieved September, , from

14 Credits cont. Slide 4: (2007). Continued integration of technology into instruction forecast for Electronic Education Report, 14(2), 1-6. Abstract obtained for Academic Search Premier database. Kim, S.H., Holmes, K., & Mims, Clif. (2005). Opening a dialogue with the new technologies in education. Tech Trends: Linking Research & Practice to Improve Learning, 49(3), Abstract obtained from Academic Search Premier database. Stansbury, M. (2008, March 11). Cell phones in schools: Opportunity or distraction? eSchool News. Retrieved September 24, 2008, from news/index.cfm?i=5301 news/index.cfm?i=5301

15 Credits cont. Slide 5: Bowman, J., Pruchnik, S., Stein, M., and Ockenfelds, R. (2008). Elementary learning. Palm Gear. Retrieved September 25, 2008, from Slide 6: Selingo, Jeffrey. (2006, August 17). Back to school, with cellphone and laptop. New York Times. Retrieved September, , from White, Jennifer. Personal Communication, September 23, 2008.

16 Credits cont. Slide 7: Cingular commercial – bff Jill. (2007, April 19). You Tube. Retrieved October 24, 2008, from Slide 8: Obringer, S. J., & Coffey, K. (2007). Cell phones in American high schools: A national survey. Journal of Technology Studies, 33(1/2), Abstract obtained from Academic Search Premier database. Kharif, O. (2008). Cell phones make headway in education. Business Week Online, Abstract obtained from Academic Search Premier database. Smith, Tim. Personal communication, September 29, 2008.

17 Credits cont. Slide 10: Mad teacher. (2006, November 22). YouTube. Retrieved October 22, 2008, from


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