Creativity With Cell Phones and Ringtones

Posted: October 25, 2009 in cell_phone, edushifts, video
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Take a look at this ringtone rendition of Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture.  While this is a polished advertisement created by a talented artist, it can connect to learning as it also demonstrates that there is no prescription to creativity and there is no rubric that can measure inventiveness and ingenuity.

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  1. Ashley says:

    Hello Rob,

    I have been reading your blog, and I find it interesting and was wondering if you could answer a question of mine. It is a question about Parallels, so I do not want to place a question about this software on this thread since it is off topic. Could you please e-mail at ashley@banyanbranch.com.

    Best,
    Ashley

  2. […] by sophievdw under Uncategorized Leave a Comment  Rob posted this Vodafone commercial on his Mobile Learner site to show that there is no prescription to creativity and there is no rubric that can measure […]

  3. Stacy Kramer says:

    Interesting, maybe you should check mobl21 app which aids learning by creating content and publishing/sharing on desktop widgets and mobile devices.

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