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Parent Technology Coffee Morning - Mobile Learning

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Clive Dawes

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Transcript of Parent Technology Coffee Morning - Mobile Learning

Parent Technology
Coffee Morning
Mobile Learning
Clive Dawes
ICT Curriculum Leader
cdawes@kellettschool.com
Mobile Developments
Publishing
Mobile in the Classroom
http://newspapermap.com/#slat=40.9508626281328&slong=-196.6164779663086&zoom=2
iPad - the hype
iPad/iPod - resources
Publishing
Newspapers
Books
Newspapers
News in the
21st Century
personalised
dynamic
credible
particpatory
Early in life I had noticed that no event is ever
correctly reported in a newspaper.
George Orwell
Books
Gary Thompson
“Brazil is the country of the future – and always will
be. E-books have been like that”
Paul Krugman. Op-Ed column. NYT June 6, 2008
Digital Books
Traditional Books
text enrichment
text flexibility;
searching, highlighting
portability
convenience
space
multimodal
vision problems
divergent formats
initial expense
mobile pedagogies
feel
Our national debate must shift from whether to
use these devices to support learning, to understanding how and when they might best be used.
(Shuler 2009)
digital rights
Research still very formative
benefits struggling readers (Boyle 2003)
improves fluency and comprehension (Montgomery 2009)
improves comprehension by 34% (Cothran 2009)
improve vocabulary acquisition (Cothran 2009)
Audiobooks
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