Design with forever in mind: Capturing Learning #iste10 presentation

Here is the presentation:

Here is the reflection from my participants (not that you asked):
Wikoff ISTEReflection

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  1. The network was working extra hard just to get the presentation off
    the ground (the wireless went out for me at least once during the
    session). I will post the hashtag archive in a bit and the Drop.io
    link to some cell phone reflections, but not too much more than that.
    It was a pretty good session, but there were some limiting factors
    that I will not be repeating for the Advanced Online Learning class. I
    plan to archive the heck out of that class.

  2. To my knowledge, we don't have any unified district policies about cell
    phones in schools. It is a site-based decision. I also know that many
    teachers feel empowered to change the site-based decision within their
    classrooms. I know I did. Cell phones in schools makes sense when you give
    them a purpose other than just keeping in touch with friends. In most cases,
    our high schools already have 1:1, we just make them keep their “computers”
    in their lockers or backpacks.

  3. To my knowledge, we don’t have any unified district policies about cellrnphones in schools. It is a site-based decision. I also know that manyrnteachers feel empowered to change the site-based decision within theirrnclassrooms. I know I did. Cell phones in schools makes sense when you givernthem a purpose other than just keeping in touch with friends. In most cases,rnour high schools already have 1:1, we just make them keep their “computers”rnin their lockers or backpacks.

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