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Steve Ransom

remind101 | Text Messaging For Teachers - 43 views

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    A safe way for teachers to text message students and stay in touch with parents - Free
Derek Baird

'No Phone Zone' Lesson Plan: Teaching Teens the Dangers of Texting & Driving - Derek E.... - 6 views

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    The "No Phone Zone" lesson plan will educate students on the dangers associated with distracted driving (texting while driving, talking on the phone while driving). The creation of this lesson plan was inspired by an episode of The Oprah Winfrey...
Sheri Edwards

Wiffiti - 0 views

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    Anonymous posting to site from mobile or land devices.
Maggie Verster

Could Texting Be Good for Students? - 11 views

  • And a new study from California State University researchers has found that texting can improve teens' writing in informal essays and many other writing assignments.
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    Let's face it: Texting is here to stay. The average 13- to 17-year-old sends 2,900 texts a month, according to the market research firm Nielsen. And while it might be a punishable offense in most schools, some teachers say that texting has educational tie-ins and that it can teach positive language skills, the Charlotte Observer in North Carolina reports.
Steve Ransom

ReadWriteThink: Lesson Plan: Texting a Response to Lord of the Flies - 5 views

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    Students engage in a review of Lord of the Flies by looking at various ways the boys used communication while stranded on the island.
Kathleen N

Peek - Meet Peek - 0 views

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    Nationwide coverage texting and email only --no voice $19.95 per month no contract
J Black

» AYKM? Texting Improves Literacy » Blog Archive   Alice Hill's Real Tech New... - 0 views

  • AYKM (are you kidding me)? No, contrary to popular belief, text message-speak or textisms actually improve language skills, according to a recent study. No, RLY (really).
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    AYKM (are you kidding me)? No, contrary to popular belief, text message-speak or textisms actually improve language skills, according to a recent study. No, RLY (really).
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