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Mobile Devices and the Flipped Classroom Model

The Mobile Learner

Throughout this blog, we have always looked at the application of mobile devices in learning. I, for one, have always had the belief that mobile devices can be used to help student achieve in their learning because of the flexibility and access to content and collaboration tools that mobile devices allow. have always discussed the flexibility of digital devices as it related to both the consumption and production of content by both teachers and students. In the post, we will consider the use of mobile devices within the Flipped Classroom method.

Mobile Devices and the Flipped Classroom Model

The Mobile Learner

Throughout this blog, we have always looked at the application of mobile devices in learning. I, for one, have always had the belief that mobile devices can be used to help student achieve in their learning because of the flexibility and access to content and collaboration tools that mobile devices allow.

Mobile Devices in the Classroom: is this really mobile learning?

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8th, I outlined how the definition of mobile learning has changed over the last 15 years or so. In my first post for this blog, on Aug. We have moved [.]. Pedagogy and Learning

Using Twitter in the classroom

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This video shows the positive use of mobile devices in the classroom to provide a “back channel&# ; and also discusses other aspects of mobility, such as the teacher being able to interact with her class even though she was physically away that day. Uncategorized back channel classroom feedback twittertools to support and enhance learning.

The new Camtasia Studio 8, the Flipped Classroom and Mobile Learning [Review]

mLearning Revolution

However, now that the desktop has been reduced to just one of many screens we have to develop learning for, coupled with the fact that Flash is no longer the ubiquitous technology it once was, perhaps video is about to play a bigger role in how we develop the next generation of learning experiences, that will be consumed by learners across a multitude of mobile devices. link]. link].

Mobile Apps for Classroom Management and Assessment

Cell Phones in Learning

One area of education technology that we do not focus on enough is the ability for technology to aid teachers in assessing and tracking management in the classroom. Over the last few years a great number of mobile apps have emerged to aid in the process of tracking student management and making it transparent. Class Dojo runs on any mobile device with Internet access.

Another article on the advantages of mobile devices with classroom students

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Anyway, this article is another one that explains the results of a pilot project with mobile devices in the classroom. It’s interesting to note the ways in which learners use their devices to access content and communicate with each other. Wow, I finally wrote another post. Sorry it’s been sooooo long. Look for more posts again soon, my hiatus is over.

5 Views of the Future of Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning Edge

Timo Ilomaki has collected 5 different presentations on the future of mobile learning in one post, to allow you to see the variety of results.  The first presentation by Rudy De Waele is pretty interesting as he gives us multiple views from 46 different “experts&# on mobile learning. Some are clearly pushing the envelope more than others.

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The Mobile Learner » Twitter + Mobile Phone: Incorporating Web Tools and Mobile Devices

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CBC’s Spark: Interview on Using Cell Phones in the Classroom

The Mobile Learner

Click the link below to listen to the March 17, 2010 episode of CBC’s Spark where Nora Young interviews Marie Bjerede on how several North Carolina schools are working to incorporate cell phones into daily classroom instruction to increase student engagement and collaboration: Link to the episode on CBC’s Spark website: [link]. Direct link to the audio file: Full Interview: Marie Bjerede on cell phones in the classroom. Tags: Cell Phones in Education cell_phone differentiatedinstruction edushifts cell phone mobile devices

Join #MobiMOOC for an #ethical debate on #mLearning #philosophy

Ignatia Webs

As the free and open online course on mobile learning ( MobiMOOC ) is approaching its starting date ( if you have not signed up for the free course, simply become a member here ), the specialized topics are getting populated with wonderful content. Is it possible to build a durable mobile learning strategy for all, if poor people (any region) can only afford low budget phones?

Future of #mLearning inspiring ideas @dave_parsons

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Imagine a future world where mobile learning is intuitive. His paper swooped me from one train of thought to another, adding new insights, challenging old ideas and reshuffling current mobile learning ''facts''. He starts off with a student showing his off the shelf hardware robot to his peers, while controlling the robot with his own adapted mobile device.

Using Twitter in the classroom

mLearning

This video shows the positive use of mobile devices in the classroom to provide a “back channel&# ; and also discusses other aspects of mobility, such as the teacher being able to interact with her class even though she was physically away that day. Twitter in the Classroom. The comments are worth reading too as they provide significant perspectives and additional information on this innovative use of mobile Web 2.0 Tags: Uncategorized back channel classroom feedback twitter tools to support and enhance learning.

Strategy for Mobile Devices | Learning is Change.

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Company Info Bens Bio The Blog and Podcast Important Posts Services and Contact Speaking Consulting Contact and Calendar Professional Development For Teachers For Schools For Business Strategy for Mobile Devices Image via Wikipedia Our district is starting to consider using student smart phones as a part of our overall device strategy. also think that this blog is pretty much the coolest thing on the topic of cell phones in the classroom. Let me know what other resources you are looking at in order to ensure that we can leverage these devices more in the future.

Of Mobile Devices, Apps, Games and Casual Mobile Learning - Classroom 2.0

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Sign Up Sign In Classroom 2.0 Join Classroom 2.0 RSS Welcome to Classroom 2.0 Search Search All Ning Networks More Information Classroom 2.0 Tags: and , apps , games , iphone , iphones , learning , mobile , smartbean Share Twitter Facebook < Previous Post Comment You need to be a member of Classroom 2.0 to add comments! Ning Create a Ning Network!

iPad: three intriguing early apps for the classroom

uLearning Blog

If a major technology company like Apple can launch a new mobile device and only 1 month later find itself selling more of them than it does of its desktops and laptops, and when a recent survey showed that more kids owned mobile phones than books, I’d say perhaps the move to a world of ubiquitous computing is getting closer. The app I’m using is Big! Browser. 3.

Book Review: Designing mLearning: tapping into the mobile revolution for organizational performance, by Clark Quinn

Mobile Learning Edge

The past six months has seen the publication of three new books on mobile learning. First, there was Mobile Learning: structures, agency, practices by Norbert Pachler, Ben Bachmair, John Cook, and Gunther Kress (Eds.) The volume edited by Norbert Pachler and his colleagues is a very academic book and is mostly about the use of mobile devices within the school system.

Making the classroom a playground for learning (Innovations Report)

mLearning World

Playing computer games in school may sound like the kids rule the classroom. By using mobile devices such as personal digital assistants (PDAs) and portable phones, researchers in the EU-funded project developed interactive tools, primarily games, to achieve learning objectives and deliver the curriculum using information and communication technologies (ICT). learing+2.0

Mobile Learning – What It Can Do For A Global Workforce

Upside Learning

Mobiles are a way of life and are catching up in the learning domain as well. Your workforce uses mobiles for more than just phone calls or text messages. As learning technology evolves and semantic web comes around, learning and performance support through mobile devices is becoming common. Here’s what Mobile Learning can be used for. Mobile Learning: ?

Moving Forward with a Mobile Strategy

The Mobile Learner

While this does demonstrate that shifts in strategies do not occur without some growing pains, it is clear that there is huge growth potential for business to connect with their customers online through mobile devices. People always have their mobile devices with them and more and more, mobile devices are becoming the access gateway to information and other content.

Learning Mobile Devices Are Not Quite New

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Learning Mobile Devices Are Not Quite New Posted on Sunday, May 03, 2009 No Comments Related: curriculum , technology , webtech Michelle Pacansky-Brock was presenting and attending the MoblEd Conference in Pasadena, CA and she posted her experiences about what she saw and tries to find an answer for this question: How are mobile devices impacting education? Site Map.

Free #mLearning papers from IJIM, an open access journal

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There is a new free edition of the International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM). mobile mLearning journals research paper mobile learning eLearningGreat news! iJIM has just published its latest issue at --> [link]. learning's, in Particular the iPad’s Potentials in Education (György Molnár Dr.) [link] jim/article/view/2398 [link] ijim.v7i1.2398.

Mobile Device Supported Situated/Networked Learning | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Mobile Device Supported Situated/Networked Learning 10 07 2006 Marg O’Connell, our department’s resident Educational Design guru, has just posted some of her fantastic thoughts on the use of mobile devices to facilitate and support situated and networked learning on her Educational Design blog.  Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning. learning device for $60. Ubiquette.

mLearning-World.com: Learning with Mobile Devices, Whats the Best Way?- From the eLearning Queen

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skip to main | skip to sidebar * Newsletter * LinkedIn * Facebook * 2mLearn.mobi * mLearning World Live Monday, September 18, 2006 Learning with Mobile Devices, Whats the Best Way?- While it is true that one of the key benefits of mobile learning is the convenience, perhaps the most overlooked aspect is cognitive receptivity. The mobile learning device (mp3 player, pda, video player, laptop, smartphone, etc.), can help the student capture content when he/she is at the highest level of cognitive receptivity. From mLearnopedia: April - June Hot List: Mobile L.

unesco: opportunities, threats & challenges of #mLearning #mlw2013

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Title of her presentation is: Aligning migration with mobility: female immigrants using smart technologies for informal learning show the way What follows are my live blogging notes, based on the slides shared by Agnes. review of language and communications curricula - taking account of opportunities for mobile-supported, situated, social learning.

Leveraging Mobile Learning For Sales Training

Upside Learning

It’s probably easier to push toothpaste back into a tube than convince sales professionals to attend classroom training. In most cases they used to attend classroom training sessions only because it was a mandate passed down by senior managers. Why do sales professionals dislike classroom training? How can mobile learning be used to train sales professionals?

Mobile Learning: A 6th Reading List

The Mobile Learner

It has been over one year since I last provided a list of recent articles/blog posts that I have read that have helped to develop my thinking on the topic of to mobile learning.  Links to the other reading lists: Mobile Learning: A Brief Reading List. Mobile Learning: Another Brief Reading List. Mobile Learning: A 3rd Reading List. Mobile Learning: A 4th Reading List. Mobile Learning: A 5th Reading List. Below is the 6th list in this series of lists.  edushifts mlearning mobilelearning

#unesco_mlw Mike Sharples on #mLearning pedagogies

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Appropriate pedagogy and learning with mobile phones. He gave an overview of different learning models for mobile learning. We need to look at education that could not be done in traditional education before, that is the strength of learning with mobile devices. One important remark: the public empowerment potential of mobile devices is an incredible strong point for learning (formal and informal). For instance landscape learning with 3D models, mobile devices with augmented reality capacities. It is an iterative process.

Moving Forward with a Mobile Strategy

The Mobile Learner

With smartphones ushering in the mobile revolution, companies again are scrambling to shift their strategies and to format their advertising and sales access points from computer to mobile and from computer browsers to mobile apps.  I recently read an article on TechCrunch which described how big brands struggled to connect to customers and leverage their audience during Super Bowl XLVII as they used a computer browser strategy to try and connect with mobile users.  Developing a mobile strategy in education does not come without effort. Google Calendar).

Emerging trends in education and mobile learning

Steve Vosloo

At the UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 2014 I sat on a panel titled Emerging Trends and New Technology – considered in the context of mobile learning. Overlapping of education trends and mobile-enabled opportunities. In all of these instances, mobile learning is well suited to supporting these changes. Mobiles provide a new, and sometimes only, access channel to the internet for many people. core feature of mobiles is that they support ‘anywhere, anytime’ learning. Mobile has a role to play in bridging the formal and informal learning spaces.

Mobile Learning: A 5th Reading List

The Mobile Learner

Here are 10 of the more recent articles and blog posts that I have read concerning mobile learning. Links to the other 4 lists can be found at the bottom of this blog post. 1) 10 Reasons to Ban Pens and Pencils in the Class – A blog post that turns the criticisms applied to mobile devices on their heads by applying them to the ageless tools of the traditional classroom – Pens and Pencils. 2) How Young is Too Young? Mobile Technologies and Young Children – An article on the use of mobile technologies by very young children. 

Cell Phones in Education Part 4: Learning on Location

The Mobile Learner

In short, field trips seem to me to be extensions of what happens in the classroom, just somewhere else. This is where the mobile phone comes into play. GPS locators found in many of today’s mobile phones allow students to explore their surroundings while also applying mapping skills. More and more Augmented Reality apps such as Wikitude connect GPS enabled and internet abled devices to Wikipedia so students can read up on the significance of a certain area, monument or exhibit while they are on location. The answer is simply – differentiate.

#mLearn12 David Parsons on digital divide

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Aims of the study: Evaluate the one-to-one integration of ICTs into the learning process Investigate the impacts of various factors on aspects of the digital divide design an intervention to minimize negative and/or increase positive impacts on learning outcomes Research environment: classrooms and using mobile devices. mobile mLearning digital divide mobile learning

5 Take-aways from the UNESCO Mobile Learning Week Webinar

Steve Vosloo

The 2016 UNESCO Mobile Learning Week kicked off on Monday with a webinar entitled Innovation and quality: Two sides of the same coin? The virtual event, held in partnership with Education Fast Forward, debated the extent to which mobile technology can strengthen the quality of education and facilitate learning. When the pedagogy is effective, so is the (mobile) learning.

eModeration Station » Mobile learning #1: The big picture

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The sale and use of mobile handheld devices has soared over the last few years. The 2010 Horizon Report predicts that mobile technology will be mainstream by the end of this year. This Guardian Weekly article , for example, reports on the massive rise of mobile phone use in Africa. 2 The language learning picture. IATEFL online interview about mobile learning with me.

dougbelshaw.com/blog » Blog Archive » Looking to the future of education: learning spaces and mobile devices

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Sun streaming through tree outside my window & can hear the birds singing. :-D Looking to the future of education: learning spaces and mobile devices April 28th, 2009 | Comments | Posted in Education , Technology Hi! In terms of learning spaces and mobile devices, I believe the following Futurelab reports to be most useful: Transforming schools for the future?

Moving at the speed of Learning: a case for mLearning and the iPod touch

uLearning Blog

The slides aim to show how mobile devices are able to help teachers and students to keep up with the speed of learning that should be a feature of any contemporary, complex classroom now that ubiquitous, everyware computing is almost upon us. Blooms Taxonomy, higher order thinking, and where the complex contemporary classroom and mobile devices come in, C. PART

Current trends in Learning Technologies: a bluffer's guide

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Are you BYOD while flipping the classroom? Mobile Learning: Much hyped, only moderately understood. Mobile learning is a term used when mobile devices are woven into a learning, or training scenario. Often, but not always where the learner themselves is mobile. In schools, the main concerns are about classroom management, and fairness of access.

Joining the debate on #OECD report on students, computers and learning

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We- as educators - know and understand the importance of context (long known evidence-based outcome for mobile learning, eLearning and now gradually entering the MOOC research as well), of language use, of how personal each of our learning journeys takes form. While the latest 190 page OECD report on students, computers and learning: making the connection , made a lot of educators tows curl.

Blogphilosophy: Microsoft's #Hololens, the #augmented journey

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metaio ) becomes possible through the use of mobile phones with apps. Mobility as a driver The roll out of mobile technology and mobile devices was crucial for sending augmented reality out into the real, mainstream world. And those same mobile devices had something that would increase augmented options: the mobile device sensors.