Industry makes pitch that smartphones belong in classroom - International Herald Tribune: "Some critics already are denouncing the effort as a blatantly self-serving maneuver to break into the big educational market. But proponents of selling cellphones to schools counter that they are simply making the same kind of pitch that the computer industry has been profitably making to educators since the 1980s.
The only difference now between smartphones and laptops, they say, is that cellphones are smaller, cheaper and more coveted by students."
Living and laughing with a disability - cerebral palsy; ordinary life, extraordinary circumstances.
Monday, February 16, 2009
E would love this!