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Second Life Presentation about Mobicip and Innovation with iPod touches by Lynne Goodhand and Susan Wells

MOBICIPNEWS on April 13, 2010

On Thursday, April 15th at 2:40 pm (EST), Lynne Goodhand and Susan Wells will be presenting in Second Life on the following topic: Education in Hand - Innovation with iPod Touches, to attend the session go here: http://conference.unctlt.org/program/index.php?sort=date&date=2010-04-15#1228

During their presentation, they will also be reviewing Mobicip’s dynamic content filtering which allows kids and teens to safely learn, love and use the mobile web - anytime, anywhere.  And how Mobicip helps parents take responsibility of the iPod Touches and iPhones so their kids can safely use their mobile devices.

There is more information about the presentation below:

The educational use of iPod Touches through school-wide implementation at our school has served as a catalyst for collaboration and discussion between and among students, educators, and other community members. Discussions about applications and the implementation of this new technology have opened new doors to dialog about teaching and learning across disciplines. The iPod Touch provides instant access to the internet and forces conversations about appropriate, engaging, educational resources available when planning and carrying out lessons. Initial conversations as to how one uses the iPod Touch in the classroom have shifted to more specific, focused questions. Conversation now centers on which apps and sites are used to reinforce each discrete objective in the curriculum. Students benefit daily from collaborative opportunities as they enjoy inquiry based learning. This session explains our journey from planning phase, through our present place where each student carries an iPod touch each day every day.

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