5 Views of the Future of Mobile Learning

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The third presentation by Judy Brown is more thoughtful with great examples that most people will find fresh and new from their prespective, although Judy is not inventing anything new here, just bringing hidden research to light.

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Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show April 7th: Science Teacher Victor Fitzjarrald's Cell Phone in Classroom Research

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Cell Phones in Learning Radio Show April 7th: Science Teacher Victor Fitzgerald's Cell Phone in Classroom Research

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Your DailyBooth: PhotoTweeting for Classroom Learning

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Classroom Integration Homework The very first thing I thought of when I was playing with DailyBooth was image-based homework assignments! Students could easily capture images of everyday culture that reflects classroom learning. Research Report Yes! I did say research report twitter style! Students could put together their own inquiry-based image project to research a topic, provide evidence and a conclusion.

Your DailyBooth: PhotoTweeting for Classroom Learning

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Classroom Integration Homework The very first thing I thought of when I was playing with DailyBooth was image-based homework assignments! Students could easily capture images of everyday culture that reflects classroom learning. Research Report Yes! I did say research report twitter style! Students could put together their own inquiry-based image project to research a topic, provide evidence and a conclusion.

Facebook Classroom Management & Projects with Student Cell Phones

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He set up his own classroom teacher Facebook page and posts assignments, homework help, and reminders. Because Facebook has SMS texting and photo/video posting functions that could easily be used to collect and share data in classroom assignments.

April Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

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A research report with 29 recommendations - Ignatia Webs , April 20, 2011 Play and Learn - Mobile Learning Edge , April 3, 2011 Other Sources The following are the top items based on social signals.

Mobile, Scholarly Research | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Mobile, Scholarly Research 7 09 2006 Thanks to my colleague Marg, who pointed me in the direction of this peer-reviewed paper, “The new mobile scholar and effective use of ICT&# (Bills, Holliman et al. Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning.

Breaking Down the FAFSA with SMS Drives Higher Enrollment

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Tell-a-friend – Research indicates that people are more likely to take action when they see their peers engaged in a similar behavior. These are just a few ways text messaging can help keep classrooms full at a time when college admissions is dropping.If

One Laptop per Child Australia ‘flips’ the ICT in education deployment model

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There has been a new buzz word added to the education lexicon of late (as if one were needed) – the flipped classroom. Case in point is Salman Kahn whose prolific creation of online science and maths lessons is often cited as one of the best examples of the flipped classroom.

Moving Forward with a Mobile Strategy

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Here are some ideas that we can use as a stepping stones to a grander mobile strategy in education: Students: Allowing students to access mobile devices to research information for assignments using mobile learning apps (i.e. We are in the midst of another change in the world of business.

Moving Forward with a Mobile Strategy

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Here are some ideas that we can use as a stepping stones to a grander mobile strategy in education: Students: Allowing students to access mobile devices to research information for assignments using mobile learning apps (i.e. Twitter) to encourage students to collaborate; Teacher can publish relevant pieces of classroom events and other information to keep students focused and parents informed through mobiles apps such as WordPress (blogging), Twitter (microblogging), etc.;

How to do mLearning Research | Personalising Learning with the iPod Touch

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design mobile learning objects for student owned mobile devices over 15 weeks, multi-disciplinary, cross platform, researching what kinds of mobile devices students are using, researching design principles, too many variables? Why am I doing research??

Research on Mobiles and Social Networking | Mobile Learning

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Mobile Learning An Online Reflective Journal on Mobile Learning Practice Home Winksite Store Resources About Mobile Contact Research on Mobiles and Social Networking 7 09 2006 From the fantastic Mobile Life blog , a couple of reports on mobile phone use. Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning.

Higher Education and the Mobile Revolution: How Texts Make Better Schools and Students

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Ten years ago, text messaging’s role in the classroom was a head scratcher. Harvard researchers published a 2013 study illustrating how texting increases enrollment. Additional research suggests that texting can help students focus academically.

Computers aren’t so special anymore, but the kids may be better off: An introduction to mobile ‘appliance computing’ in Queensland schools

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Google research from September 2011 showed not only that Australia is number two in the world for smartphone ownership (behind only Singapore), but that Australians also download more apps than users in the US and UK ([link].

Education Online Now » Blog Archive » Are Mobile Classrooms The Future?

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of Education Releases Report on Online Learning » Are Mobile Classrooms The Future? Cell phones in the classroom have long been the thorn in the side of educators. When in the classroom, students should not be worrying about what the after school plans are, texting with their peers in other classes. But with regard to empirical evidence there is limited research into how effective cell phones could be in the classroom. « Lone Star Reform US Dept.

5 Take-aways from the UNESCO Mobile Learning Week Webinar

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Associate Prof Thomas Philip (UCLA) shared fascinating research from Californian schools that highlighted the importance of context and place in learning. In fact, fully embracing mobile means challenging our ideas of teacher, classroom and content( @activeducator ).

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

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You are Never Alone » From the Coal Face: iPod Touch in the Classroom

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Twitter From the Coal Face: iPod Touch in the Classroom Today’s post features a number of Australian schools using iPods and iPod Touches in the classroom. Kathleen McGeady has been using an iPod Touch in her classroom for over twelve months.

Province, industry, and university partner for mobile learning research | Tony Bates

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eModeration Station » Mobile learning #1: The big picture

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Schools and universities have been experimenting with handheld devices both inside and outside the classroom — for details on some of these projects, see here. Learning with mobile devices does not necessarily happen only outside the classroom.

JoeTrippi.com » Blog Archive » Technology in the classroom: Using mobile tech to promote learning

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JoeTrippi.com The Revolution Will Not Be Televised « Streamline your social network activity Facebook poised to dominate geolocation sphere » Technology in the classroom: Using mobile tech to promote learning With mobile technology becoming an inseparable part of so many people’s daily lives, the question for teachers has become not how do you prevent cheating in class, but how to harness the power of cell phones and computers to promote learning and creative thinking.

Mobile iEducator | the world of mobile learning

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Sign up for it on the Classroom 2.0 I can see setting up collaborative teams in the classroom with classified ads and a salary and have them research food, clothing, and shelter affordability for both sets of income.

Higher Education and the Mobile Revolution: How Texts Make Better Schools and Students

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Ten years ago, text messaging’s role in the classroom was a head scratcher. Harvard researchers published a 2013 study illustrating how texting increases enrollment. Additional research suggests that texting can help students focus academically. All of these methods have helped keep classrooms full at a time when college admissions have dropped for the first time in 15 years. Advanced Scheduling Mobile Research Text Messaging

Children and Mobile Learning

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Innovative teachers and researchers are exploring mobile devices as a conduit to peers, parents and tutors. Also being explored are the lines between the classroom and the real world. This is a pretty in-depth report from the Joan Ganz Cooney Center on m-learning with children. Pockets of Potential Report. Most of my attention has gone to corporate and adult mobile learning over the years, but looking through this report I can see a lot of similarities with k-12 mobile learning.

SCVNGR: Cell Phone Scavenger Hunt Builder!

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Classroom Integration Ideas Downtime Play When students finish a test or quiz, there is usually some downtime for some of them. Student Create Their Own Students could research local history or science phenomenon and then create a scavenger hunt for their classmates.

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But in a recent fit of (late) spring cleaning, I decided to sort out my mobile learning bookmarks in delicious, in preparation for some research I’m doing on the topic. You get them to do the work outside the classroom – on the move.

Mobile learning: Ready or not! | Keeping Pace

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Research (discussed below) from Project Tomorrow and a group of researchers at UT Austin suggests that the answer may be, or become, yes. K12, ProjectTomorrow, classroomAbout Evergreen Education Group Contact Us January 12, 2011 Mobile learning: Ready or not!

Research & Instruction Services » Blog Archive » “Mobile Learning 2.0: The Next Phase of Innovation in Mobility,” the 2010 ELI Online Spring Focus Session

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Embracing Mobile To Educate For Tomorrow | MobileBehavior

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Marys City School in Ohio , mobile phones are embraced, not banished from being used in the classroom. We have been using smartphones in the classroom. Taking a closer look at the schools lesson plans , we see a variety of use cases for mobile devices in the classroom.

Coming in March 2017! Book that Features Triple E Framework Published by ISTE

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Coming this March, a practitioners guide to effective technology integration in the K-12 classroom. The book will include: The research overview of what is and is not effective technology integration (because there is actual research out there!)

The iPad and its impact on m-learning.

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And a large proportion of his work was in pursuit of a computing device to support learning – he is indisputably the first person to research and develop digital m-learning, and was involved with much of the design of the OLPC.

Erik Duval’s Weblog

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The aim of this track is to document the state-of-the-art in content for digital libraries and to discuss the main open research issues, so that more effective progress can be made in this area. Erik Duval’s Weblog Learning Objects, Metadata, Interoperability and … me!

Why Text Message Programs for Mental Health Are Rising in Popularity

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Text messaging also helps teens feel safe since they can text from anywhere – the school bus, a classroom, or their home – without having to worry about other people noticing. And as the popularity of these types of programs rise, so too does the research supporting their efficacy.

Defining Mobile Learning Isn’t Enough | Knowledge Management System (KMS) Blog

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Defining, discussing and evaluating mobile learning: The moving finger writes and having writ… T he International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, 8 (2).

Going Mobile: Debating and Using Cellphones in School - The Learning Network Blog - NYTimes.com

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See all in Technology » See all lesson plans » Overview | Can cellphones serve as effective instructional tools in the classroom? Teachers | Do you use cellphones in your classroom? Direct students to use the Times and other resources listed above to research their assigned side.

Mobile learning: How to choose the best apps

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In 2014, Pearson researched the digital landscape 1 and interviewed 510 respondents from the educational sphere. By following these four design principles when choosing an educational app, the full benefits of mobile learning can be realised in your classroom as well as beyond. (This article appeared in Education Southern Africa , September 2015). The use of mobile devices to support learning is finally coming of age.

QR Codes in Education! But not quite here yet… | Mobile Learning

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This edublog documents a classroom example in Japan, where, instead of long URLS or information being copied down by students, the same information is captured with a single click of their phone cameras. Last week, I sent emails to the general information contacts at Telstra, Optus, Vodaphone, and Virgin Mobile, viz: As part of my job I am researching the use of mobile phones as tools to support education. Using Twitter in the classroom The iPad and its impact on m-learning.

The iPad and its impact on m-learning.

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And a large proportion of his work was in pursuit of a computing device to support learning – he is indisputably the first person to research and develop digital m-learning, and was involved with much of the design of the OLPC.