Mobile phone ban? #govephonehome Posted by Doug Belshaw On April 4, 2011 In Education, Technology No comments If you believe that mobile phones aren’t just used by young people for bullying, ‘happy slapping’ and distracting each other from learning, then you need to get involved with this: There’s an iframe here showing a Google Doc but, given that either you’re using a non-standards compliant browser or viewing this in a place other than my website, you can’t see it! Click on the link below instead. http://bit.ly/govephonehome Possibly related posts:Towards a forward-thinking Acceptable Use Policy for mobile devicesYou are not Mr Gove’s audienceMore on the (fragile) nature of reality.Looking to the future of education: learning spaces and mobile devicesI’ve started using Twitter with my pupils…What Constitutes ‘Rigour’ in Our 21st-Century Educational Systems? [DMLcentral]mobiMOOC: 2 April – 14 May 2011Purpos/ed: #500words Take 2A brand-new campaign for Purpos/ed: #purposedassessIs Michael Gove systematically dismantling English state education?Zemanta Tags:activismcampaignedtechEducationMichael Govemobile learningmobile phonespolitics Tweet Doug Belshaw Dr. Doug Belshaw is Badges & Skills Lead at the Mozilla Foundation and into open everything. Main interests? Digital/Web Literacies and Open Badges.