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Learning to go course #ITDİ

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Mobile Learning
By Aysegul Liman Kaban
References:
What is Mobile Learning?
Growth of Mobile Learning:
Social Network
Growth of Mobile Learning:
Cloud Computer File Storage
Blended Learning:
Classroom Management
Blended Learning:
Podcasting
Wikispaces.com
Edublogs.org
WDWDT (app)
Edmodo.com
The advantages of using the cloud in the classroom:
reliable
vast storage capacity
resource sharing
the use of any device
reduces paper
Easy Accessibility
Saved Lessons
Updates
On-the-go Learning
Creative Learning
Future of Mobile Learning:
Augmented Reality
Future of Mobile Learning:
Special Needs
Classroom management is maintaining an organized learning environment in which the students are fully engaged and on task. The ability to open an app specifically made to help with classroom management from an ipad, tablet, laptop, or even a mobile phone speaks volumes for any teacher.
Smart Seat
Teacher Tools
Too Noisy
Class Dojo
Stick Pick
ipod + broadcasting = podcasting
Imagine a class with mobile technology available for all students with disabilities, disorders, or impairments. The trend of using mobile technology in the classroom for students with special needs is increasing and will only continue to grow.
Brailenote Apex
Tap to Talk
iWriteWords
Proloquo2go
Mobile Technology Examples:
3) DEVICE PLURALITY
Operating systems
Screen sizes
Capabilities
Android, iOS, and web
4 to 20+ inches across
Tablets offer more

Challenges (cont.)
TABLETS:
Apple’s iPad, the Kindle Fire, and the Galaxy
Downloadable apps (educational)
Computers-like


Augmented Reality (AR) is real life modified and enhanced by computer generated sights and sounds from a smartphone, tablet, ipad, or laptop. AR has been used in classrooms around the world and receiving positive results such as increasing motivation among students. However, with the technology growing AR may have a permanent future in every classroom.
http://www.quipper.com/m-learning/the-3-biggest-challenges-for-mobile-learning
http://db12.linccweb.org/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=90595499&site=ehost-live
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-learning#References
http://www.edutopia.org/pdfs/guides/edutopia-mobile-learning-guide.pdf
http://www.insightjournal.net/volume7/future-learning-training-augmented-reality.pdf
http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/09/top-5-classroom-management-tools-for.html?m=1
http://www.scholastic.com/browse/article.sp?id=3754742
http://www.edudemic.com/5-powerful-social-media-tools-for-your-classroom/
http://mashable.com/2013/08/18/soial-media-teachers/
http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/2252291
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2552658/More-half-children-use-social-media-age-10-Facebook-popular-site-youngsters-join.html
http://history-computer.com/ModernComputer/Personal/Dynabook.html
https://mlearning.edublogs.org/2010/02/23/the-ipad-and-its-impact-on-m-learning/#comments
http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/EJ800958.pdf
http://judybrown.com/tools.html
http://people.howstuffworks.com/elearning1.htm
https://www.ecollegefinder.org/mobile-learning.aspx
Video:

As of 2010, 75% of children from the ages of 12-17 owned a cell phone. A recent study shows that 59% of children under 10 years old are on social media. Many teachers have taken advantage these facts and put them to good use in the classroom. There are several safe social networks that are accessible from any mobile device and available to students, teachers, and even parents.
The cloud storage is where data is stored on multiple virtual servers with the convenience to obtain that data at any time from any device with internet access no matter where you are.
M-Learning:
Mobile learning is the use of hand held computers such as PDA's, smartphones, and mobile phones, to obtain or provide educational content anywhere at anytime.
Not to be confused with E-Learning:
Uses Computers
Single Interface
Stationary
SMARTPHONES:
Computer-like
Run apps and software
Record audio and video
Send and receive email and texts.
Mobile Technology Examples:
You can use padlet for different purposes..
brainstorming, wall of questions...


Find the object and use it in a sentence
Shoot a photo of it
Use it in a sentence


TREASURE HUNT

Free Tools for this small speaking / writing project.

Source: Google images

Teacher gives a topic
Students shoot a short video
Share
Discuss

ONLINE Debates

Learning to go Course

#LOVEITDİ
#ShellyTerrelSanchez
SAMPLES
For instance you covered simple past tense. You can ask your students from your "whatsup group" to write about their previous day.
You can use keek for this activity! It is easy to use and free!
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