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Mobile and Handheld Technologies in Education
Transcript of Mobile and Handheld Technologies in Education
What is Mobile Learning?
What are Mobile Technolgies?
in everyday life
for teaching and learning
Mobile and Web 2.0
Whatever fits into
a gentlemen's jacket
or a ladies handbag
It's not a laptop!
It's a multi-user
Wireless or 3G
Connects to the Cloud
Redefines the relationship
between learner and technology
What do you think are
the defining characteristics
of Mobile Learning?
Literature Review in MobileTechnologies and Learning. Laura Naismith, Peter Lonsdale, Giasemi Vavoula, Mike SharplesUniversity of Birmingham
Read the full report
From Bryan Patten, Sa´nchez, & Tangney, 2006
Thomas Cochrane and Roger Bateman (2010) Full paper:http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet26/cochrane.pdf
What is the Future
of Mobile Learning?
Mobile Learning as
as an extension to
Augmenting Formal Education
More Learner Centric
Educational Affordances of Mobile Learning
Multimedia Access tool
Augmented Reality and Digital Trails
Vote for each pair of options
Follow up Activity for
or a Singular device?
Reflect in your group
in K12 education
Look at the Executive Summary in the Futurelab report on Mobile Learning to learn more about
impact of Mobile Devices on Cognitive and Learning Behaviours
Will increasing levels of personal ownership lead to increasing levels of disruption?
Will mobile devices have a bigger impact on the digital 'ecosytem' of our classrooms and schools than laptops?
How will mobile devices affect privacy?
What will be the impact on way school's approach strategy and planning for the technology integration?