Monitoring Student Cell Phone Use: What’s YOUR Plan?
Thursday, April 25, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT
Presented by Shannon Holden, Principal, Pierce City High School, MO
Get a CE Certificate for this edWebinar Learn more
One of the most challenging aspects of teaching in the 21st century is regulating the use of cellphones during class time. Students are utilizing all the tricks in their arsenal, such as wireless earbuds, bluetooth speakers, and other below-the-radar methods to use their devices without being detected. How are teachers keeping this phenomenon under control?
Join high school principal and teacher coach Shannon Holden for this edWebinar as he examines techniques to minimize the negative impact of phones in the classroom. Elementary through high school educators will benefit from attending this session. Shannon will answer your questions during his presentation.
About the Presenter
Shannon Holden, Principal at Pierce City High School in Missouri, is the TechTools for the Classroom and Teacher HELP! edWebinar and community host. Shannon served as an assistant principal for 20 years in Texas and Missouri, has taught high school history and math, and was an online instructor at the university level. Shannon presents frequently to teachers and administrators about classroom management, maintaining positive relationships with parents, instructional strategies that engage students, and implementing technology in the classroom.
To participate in the live edWebinar, log in with current version of Google Chrome or install the meeting app prior to the edWebinar on your computer, your Apple device, or Android device. If you have a firewall in your location, you can participate on your mobile device using your cellular data (not your local network).
The edWebinar recording will be posted to this page the day after the presentation.
Join the Teacher HELP! community to network with educators, participate in online discussions, receive invitations to upcoming edWebinars, and view recordings of previous programs to earn CE certificates.