Staff writers at online avoid the cell phone controversy, saying, So many ruminations on what smartphone technologies offer the wired classroom begin with some permutation of how, at first, cell phones are often the bane of teachers’ existence because they cause disruptions. This isn’t one of those ruminations. Let’s just go straight to the suggestions, shall we?” These range from the usual—downloading educational apps—to using QR codes to provide quick access to materials for students, to having students crowdsource solutions to tasks, and finally, using cell phones for grading and feedback.