Sarah Pavey Theatre 1 Weds 30 Nov 13.10 The challenge of mobile litera

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PowerPoint Presentation: The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools Sarah Pavey MSc FCLIP, Librarian Box Hill School, Dorking, Surrey, UK RH5 6EA [email protected] @ Sarahinthelib Wednesday 30 th November 2011 Online Information Conference PowerPoint Presentation: Overview Overview Dichotomy between child protection, network security and teaching mobile literacy Practical examples of using cell phones as educational tools Encouraging others in the school community to have confidence in cell phone technology “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 “Teenagers ’ experience of a range of opportunities is positively correlated with their experiences of online risk, so that the more opportunities they take up, the more risks they encounter, and the more policy attempts to limit risks, the more it may also limit opportunities” Livingstone, S. and Helsper , E.J. (2010) Balancing opportunities and risks in teenagers use of the internet: The role of online skills and internet self-efficacy. New Media & Society , 12(2): 309-329. The Dilemma PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 In the UK, 91 per cent of children and young people aged 12 to 17 have their own mobile phone and 12 per cent say they access the internet through their phone. All UK mobile phone networks offer a level of filtering which can be activated when the phone is purchased or later by phoning customer services. The level of filtering is based on whether the registered user is over 18 or not. However, it is questionable whether parents are aware of this and take advantage of it. If a child accesses the internet using wifi they by-pass any filtering which may be switched on at a network level. Handset manufacturers need to look at integrating parental controls in their handsets Byron, Tanya, Department for Education (DFE), corp creator. (2010) Do we have safer children in a digital world? A review of progress since the 2008 Byron Review. Responsibility PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 “The majority of pupils aged 5‐7 state that filtering is a ‘very good thing’, the majority of pupils aged 10‐14 state that filtering is a ‘good thing’, but the majority of pupils aged 14‐19 state that filtering is a ‘bad thing’. Older pupils feel that filtering should be less restrictive .” “Many schools do not allow mobile devices, or restrict their use 63 % of all pupils reported that they do not or only sometimes adhere to policies relating to mobile phone use, and adherence decreases with increasing age . “ Passey , D. Internet Safety & Schools UKCCIS: Children’s Online Safety # 17 (2011) Available at: http:// www.nen.gov.uk/news/223/nen‐intenet‐safety‐report‐draft.html [Accessed 17/11/11] The Students PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 Changing the Image “ It’s a stereotype of teenagers—that you can’t trust them with a cell phone. Our experience was that if you give them the opportunity to use them, and you give them guidelines to go with that use, you won’t have problems.” “As for the kids, they loved using the phones for class work, but parents in the district have had mixed reactions, says Taylor. “Some thought we were crazy, and were very strongly opposed to it, and some embraced the idea initially. As time went on, about 90 percent came to say it was a good idea. They didn’t see it as a gadget, or as a replacement for learning, they saw it as a tool for learning .”” Rapp, D. Lift the Cell Phone Ban Stop thinking classroom disruption. Start thinking powerful (and free) teaching tool . Scholastic (2011 ) Available at : http:// www.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3751073 [Accessed 17/11/11] PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 The Health Issue “8.3.2 . ban all mobile phones, DECT phones or WiFi or WLAN systems from classrooms and schools, as advocated by some regional authorities, medical associations and civil society organisations” Huss, J. The potential dangers of electromagnetic fields and their effect on the environment Council of Europe Committee on the Environment, Agriculture and Local and Regional Affairs Doc. 12608 6 May 2011 “A large number of studies have been performed over the last two decades to assess whether mobile phones pose a potential health risk. To date, no adverse health effects have been established as being caused by mobile phone use .” W.H.O. Electromagnetic fields and public health: mobile phones Fact sheet N°193 June 2011 PowerPoint Presentation: Resolution ? Responsible Use Policies Personal learning /personal responsibility Learning tool may lessen social use ? “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 Practical Examples Using the phone to record information… Filming Speaking Collating Scanning Camera, Camcorder, Voice recorder, Vlingo speech to text, One Note, Scanner Pro, Evernote and EasyBib bibliographic scanner PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 Practical Examples Using the phone to find information… Bookstores / Books Interactive Journeys Names with Authority Kindle Book Store, Spanish for Dummies eBook, Geowalk , Star Walk, Britannica Volcanoes, Warwick University Writers. PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 Practical Examples Using the phone to revise… Revision Sites Testing Knowledge Organisation and Planning BBC Bitesize , Irevise , StudyGuru , Cramberry , Inquizitor , Home Library, Mindnode , Margins, EpicWin . PowerPoint Presentation: “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 Practical Examples Creativity Reading Links Interactive Storytelling Information Brochures Posters PowerPoint Presentation: Educating the Educators & Parents Asset NOT a Threat Targeted Booklets and Links Training Sessions “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 PowerPoint Presentation: In Conclusion “The Challenge of Mobile Literacy in Schools” Sarah Pavey, Box Hill School , Online Information, 30 th November 2011 The only people who should be worried about the emergence of mobile technology in schools are……

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