I have probably one of the oldest phones in the entire school. The kids have newer phones. The janitor has a newer phone. The cafeteria workers have a newer phone. And all of them are smart phones. Now, while this may be considered a bad thing to think that a hall monitor and the low paid school security officers have nicer phones than me; it is also a good thing that my phone is substandard. It is because my phone is so old and it's value is so much lower than the majority of the school population, I have NEVER EVER not even once, had someone even attempt to steal my phone. I've left it on the desk, I've left it on the cabinets near the homework drop box bins, I've left it near the projector. No one touches my phone.
I have heard stories of teachers who have had their phone stolen. Plenty of kids have also had their phones, ipods, headphones, and other accessories stolen as well. But mine... mine is still in my possession.
Recently though I discovered a way that I can take my phones from my camera and put them on the computer. No I don't have data, or a touchscreen, or even a new phone, so I had to do it the old fashioned way... with cables and a computer. But the point is I finally was able to show you some of the pictures that I have taken with my phone, even though they aren't the best quality photos. Many of these photos just make me smile and were often a quick way for me to capture a moment when I didn't have my camera on me.
So without further ado, my flip phone photos.