Cell phones are everywhere. A recent survey reported that 60 percent of American teenagers own a cell phone, according to U.S. Cellular statistics, and spend an average of an hour a day talking on them—about the same amount of time the average teenager spends doing homework. What's more, most of these phones offer more computing power and capabilities than the computers we placed in classrooms 10 years ago. The debate over toys vs. tools continues with cell phones being at the forefront of the conversation. What can we do to harness this power and take advantage of the technology that kids are bringing to school and keeping in their pockets everyday?