Out of the Bubble

August 29, 2007 at 11:58 am Leave a comment

I’ve been reading Jeff Utecht (over at The Thinking Stick) for the last couple of days.  He’s been talking about what happens when we put students in a bubble – restricting their access to programs, websites, and the like.  Some interesting thoughts rolling around over there.

 Anyway, I am fortunate to be in a district that’s 1:1 at the high school level.  Today one of my government students was having major issues with his laptop.  (In fact, we’re on our way to see the campus technicians about it in just a moment.)  He wasn’t able to make a PowerPoint to go with his vocabulary assignment.

But he did the assignment anyway…

…on his iPhone.

iPhones in the bubble = SO COOL!

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Entry filed under: School 2.0, Technology.

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