Learning the mobile way

28th July 2006 at 01:00
Another role for mobile phones is on the way as Learning and Teaching Scotland urged their use to learn languages. Mobile phones are banned in many schools as a source of disruption, but LTS says: "The power in students' pockets is not to be underestimated, and one subject where mobiles could make a real difference is modern languages."

The potential to bring the two together is outlined on www.ltscotland.org.ukmflecreativeteachingmobilephonesindex.asp

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