Basics of mobile communication affect more than five billion mobile phone users around the world. A question some teachers often ask is, "how can we get the teachers in our building to use mobile phones as a learning tool?"
Despite the fact that 75 percent of all kids ages 12-17 have cell phones, teachers try to dismiss using this tool in the classroom. Less than 12 percent of students attend school where cell phones can be accessed at any time. Almost 70 percent attend schools where mobile phones are banned from the classroom.
Basics of mobile communications presents the benefits that mobile phones offer to teachers, as well as discussing why mobile phones are sometimes a problem. Mobile phones can be a disruption to learning when used improperly. However, teachers might be able to create classrooms that use the mobile phones students carry in their backpacks as learning tools.
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