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Is technology making us more human(e) or less

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Mobile technology is a topic near and dear to the hearts of our students. Here are a few resources to engage your school community in the provocative debate about mobile devices and their potential as education tools.

 

Please Turn On Your Cell Phone by Juliette LaMontagne http://changeobserver.designobserver.com/entry.html?entry=10277

 

Renny Gleeson's TED talk: Busted! The sneaky moves of anti-social smartphone users http://blog.ted.com/2009/04/busted_the_snea.php

 

 

Always on - A Culture of Availability: lessons from Louise Kennedy CultureOfAvailability.pdf

 

One teacher's perspective: Social Interaction and Cell Phones http://www.mathchique.com/2009/04/ted-website-is-great-source-of-talks-by.html

 

words from artist Jonathan Harris: http://www.number27.org/ and his work, "We Feel Fine" http://www.number27.org/wffbook.html

 

 

 

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juliettelamontagne@... said

at 8:51 am on Jan 12, 2010

Mobile technology is a topic near and dear to the hearts of our students. Here are a few resources to engage your school community in the provocative debate about mobile devices and their potential as education tools.

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