Using Mobile Phones in the Classroom: A Classroom Contract ~ Artful Artsy Amy

This summer, I& presenting at the Annual Model Schools Conference in Orlando, Florida . Are any of you attending? Maybe we could orga.

Deal with the cell phone issue and do a research project at the same time. The end result? A fair terms of use for cell phones in your classroom.

Research Project: Cell Phones in Class

Using the devices that they are carrying to complete research and perhaps gain students cooperation when you ask them to keep them out of sight.

Cell phones in shoe organizer with student numbers.  They are at the front of the classroom so all have clear view of their phone and can't say that someone "messed" with their phone.  They are numbered to indicate which phone belongs to which student.    I like this!

Cell phones in shoe organizer with student numbers. They are at the front of the classroom so all have clear view of their phone and can't say that someone "messed" with their phone. They are numbered to indicate which phone belongs to which student

Cell phone pockets in class. Put them in at beginning, take them with when class is over.

For all my teacher friends-use an over the door shoe holder to put kids' cell phones in before class. Put them in at beginning, take them out when class is over.

I've been utilizing cell phones in my classroom for so long that I had forgotten some teachers are still putting up the good fight ...

I& been utilizing cell phones in my classroom for so long that I had forgotten some teachers are still putting up the good fight .

86 Productivity Tricks, Tips, and Apps by Vicki Davis a full time teacher, Blogger, Tweeter, Tumblr, Facebook-er, and passionate advocate for inspiring and informing teachers, parents, and professionals about how to reach this generation of learners.

Vicki Davis, Cool Cat Teacher, wrote this comprehensive post on The Maker Movement-loads of resources.

Cell phones in the classroom: I took an inexpensive over-the-door shoe holder and created a "Cell Phone Parking Lot" for my classroom. I added vinyl numbers created with my Cricut machine. I plan to hang this near my desk. Numbers will be assigned based on the same number iPad that students will be assigned.

Cell phones in the classroom: I took an inexpensive over-the-door shoe holder and created a "Cell Phone Parking Lot" for my classroom. I added vinyl numbers created with my Cricut machine.

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