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Mobile Learning in Secondery Classes
Transcript of Mobile Learning in Secondery Classes
How Mobile Learning Enhance the Secondary School Students in Mathematics?
“Any educational provision where the sole or dominant technologies are handheld or palmtop devices”
“Learning that happens across locations, or that takes advantage of learning opportunities offered by portable technologies”
“Instead of spending time, energy, and money creating policies to fight cell phone use in schools, educators could spend their time finding useful ways to integrate these devices as knowledge construction, data collection, and collaborative communication tools to help students become more competitive in the digital world”
“They are an interchange of views between two or more people on a topic of mutual interest, sees the centrality of human interaction for knowledge production, and emphasizes the social situatedness of research data”
Limitations of Mobile Learning
Mobile Learning for Learners with Disabilities
Attewell, J., Savill-Smith, C., & Douch, R. (2009). The impact of mobile learning: Examining what it means for teaching and learning. LSN. pp 54-56
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Positive Epistemology ---> Student’s improvement from mobile devices
(Attewell, J., Savill-Smith, C., & Douch, R. 2009)
(Cohen, Mansion and Morrison, 2000)
(Kolb, L. 2008)