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Mobile learning: a motivation for students and staff

E-Factor 2013
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Jorge Freire

on 19 June 2013

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Transcript of Mobile learning: a motivation for students and staff

The questions...
Mobile Learning:
Motivation for students and teachers

Project

Devices
Project stages
Day 0
P
Key areas
Participants
Brief
Learning design and training
LD
Induction and feedback points
Launch
What works
What motivates, engages and leads to achievement?
What is the best hardware and software?
Is it even mobile learning if it is in class?
opportunities
barriers
impact
technical requirements
staff and student training
Teachers:
bridging the motivation/generation gap; engage students; learning design that motivates.
Students:
active participants in the reshape of NewVIc; rationale for choice
Network team
: infrastructure

and support
Start by learning what students and teachers are already doing... and what they need to do it better.
Preparing for engagement and motivation
Keep in touch and listen before, during and after.
Before
During & After
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/gform?key=0AqpKd7gn3odidFhGc0NETkNWVkdXcWVkb01BTmx6LXc&gridId=0#chart
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1XpQf-fT5Xxjas6JuwwwU-bMnWqPFgYXlXarudi1qLXg/viewanalytics
Conclusions
Is mobile learning engaging and motivating...
Beyond the novelty of the medium?
Learn
Collaborate
Decide
Students
Flexibility and choice
Just in time access to information
Collect evidence for portfolios
Assignments or accessing revision material for exams
Varied forms of assessment and feedback, with a visible impact on confidence, achievement and completion of work (video diary, remote lessons, collaboration, etc.)
Multimodality

Independent work
Collaborative work
Teachers
Responsible use policy
Training
Best practice
Empower
Lessons
Senior management
: informed and motivated
Training
Policies
E-Safety
Managing technology
BYOD: flexibility
And bring people along with you
From teachers, students, the Network team
And the learning design, RUP, policies, infrastructure, etc. will engage everyone
And act on it, to create a safe, engaging learning environment
1. How does mobile technology impact on: teaching practice
student learning
achievement
research habits,
disruption and engagement?

2. And how will the use of mobile devices impact on our network infrastructure?

3. How can we best support teachers and learners that wanted to use mobile devices by helping teachers design for m-learning and students make the best use of these devices for learning?
NewVIc
Outline
Stakeholders
Google Nexus 7
http://appshed.com/appbuilder/13520#13520/131360
*
But it will, most of the time, reflect classroom teaching and consumer behaviour.
http://moodle.newvic.ac.uk/mod/book/view.php?id=38371
Willingness to participate
Engage with the subject matter
Active learning
Taking the initiative
Work completion
To have a voice
Curiosity
Independent learning
Interaction and collaboration
Enjoyment
http://tiny.cc/williamsteam
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