CASE STUDY : Mobile Learning in Houston Texas USA http://youtu.be/fCAqBCF4bqo Mobile Learning Among the Museums of Houston, Texas: A Blended & Personalized Learning Environment Leveraging Community Resources for Improved Learner Outcomes
How can we combine mobile technologies with community and cultural resources to remove the walls that separate school from community to transform the learning experience into a more personalized and engaging learning experiences with improved academic and social growth for our students?
Guide To: Mobile Learning [download free] http://bit.ly/19k9iOf Guide To: Mobile Learning
SecEd's latest Guide To takes a look how schools can implement a successful mobile learning programme.
Free to download, it includes a range of advice and tips for school leaders, ICT technicians and teachers.
SecEd's latest Guide To focuses on how to implement a successful mobile learning programme in your schools. Produced with support from Lightspeed Systems, the Guide To looks at why schools might consider mobile learning programmes and Bring Your Own Devices strategies. It also addresses the common pitfalls and challenges and offers advice on procurement and implementation.
We include a case study of how one school rolled out mobile learning and also hear from an ICT technician about how they can ensure the technology works for their colleagues.
What Students And Parents Think About Mobile Technology http://edudemic.com/2013/02/students-and-parents/ What Students And Parents Think About Mobile Technology INFOGRAPHICS
Check out the infographic to see how mobile technology is integrated into the lives of even the youngest kids.
eSpark http://esparklearning.com Traditional classrooms are one size fits all, but students don’t learn in the same ways or at the same pace.
eSpark starts with standardized test scores to diagnose a student’s individual learning needs.
Next, students set their own academic goals.
We recommend a list of curated educational apps and videos for the iPad.
Students complete challenges and assessments, including reflection and re-teaching activities.
Teachers can monitor progress, review work and identify opportunities for intervention or celebration.
Mobile Learning curation at Blendspace (was Edcanvas) http://bit.ly/18iHaoN Mobile Learning curation at Blendspace (was Edcanvas)
12 Principles Of Mobile Learning http://www.teachthought.com/technology/12-principles-of-mobile-learning/ 12 Principles Of Mobile Learning
As learning practices and technology tools change, mobile learning itself will continue to evolve. For 2013, the focus is on a variety of challenges, from how learners access content to how the idea of a “curriculum” is defined.
mLearning in Practice Course Resources http://www.theconsultants-e.com/training/resources/m-learning.aspx mLearning in Practice Course Resources
- mLearning video case studies
- Mobile learning: What is it and why should you care?
- Substitute or redefine? Mobile learning in and out of class
- Tech-savvy teaching: BYOD
- mLearning lesson plans
Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need to Know http://www.edutopia.org/mobile-devices-learning-resource-guide Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need to Know
Getting kids engaged with learning, focused on working smarter, and ready for the future.
This guide can help you better understand how mobile gadgets -- cell phones, tablets, and smartphones -- can engage students and change their learning environment.
Top m-learning (free) reports of 2012 http://moblearn.blogspot.com/2012/06/top-m-learning-reports-of-2012.html You know that mobile learning has hit the mainstream when the big guys start to get it … and 2012 is the year that this happened.
With solid reports, and reviews from UNESCO, GSMA and other global giants, as well as a flurry from mobile consultancies across the planet!
Here are a few of the best (free) reports ...
10 Ways That Mobile Learning Will Revolutionize Education http://bit.ly/LlCW9m 10 Ways That Mobile Learning Will Revolutionize Education
The key for successfully channeling the mLearning revolution will not simply be about digitizing current educational systems. The real appeal will be allowing people to choose their own paths, leverage their talents, and follow their passions and callings.
UNESCO Mobile Learning Week http://bit.ly/yHRulh UNESCO Mobile Learning Week
A set of mobile learning guidelines, teacher training initiatives in four regions and a series of working papers, along with a budding community of practice are among the initiatives launched during the first UNESCO Mobile Learning Week
Free e-book on Mobile Learning http://bit.ly/s8DW54 Free e-book on Mobile Learning
In this book, Mohamed Ally has collected thirteen chapters on current research initiatives and applications of mobile technology in learning.
Mobile Learning : Curated at 'Scoop It'' by Shamblesguru http://www.scoop.it/t/mobile-learning Mobile Learning : Curated at 'Scoop It' by Shamblesguru
News you can use about mobile devices used in education and training
Mobile Learning : Delivery of Education and Training http://www.aupress.ca/books/120155/ebook/99Z_Mohamed_Ally_2009-MobileLearning.pdf Mobile Learning
Transforming the Delivery of Education
Normally I’m an enthusiast and early adopter of new educational technologies, but for years after I ﬁrst heard people talk about mobile learning, I didn’t get it. Instead, I focused on the challenges of working with learning management systems on tiny screens, the cost to purchase and operate mobile
devices, their large battery requirements, and the limited coverage footprints. Two things have changed my mind
Mobile Learning: Using Tools at Hand http://azk12.org/blog/2010/09/mobile-learning-using-tools-at-hand/ Mobile Learning: Using Tools at Hand
Take a look around and chances are you’ll see a mobile device. Phones, iPods, laptops, netbooks, iPads, USB drives, and handheld games seem to be everywhere. Combine these ever-present gadgets with educational and productivity uses and you’ve got mobile learning.
How mobile apps are changing the way we study http://usat.ly/o4wf2Q How mobile apps are changing the way we study
Mobile Learning: [A Perfect Storm] Infographics http://2020workplace.com/blog/?p=523 Mobile Learning: “A Perfect Storm” To Drive Changes In The Workplace
A report by Ambient Insight highlights a development discussed in The 2020 Workplace: there is a “perfect storm” brewing which is accelerating the widespread adoption of mobile learning. The tipping point for the adoption of mobile learning can be visualized like so ....
MIT Launches New Center for Mobile Learning http://bit.ly/n3JHcG MIT Launches New Center for Mobile Learning [August 2011]
The MIT Media Lab announced the creation of the MIT Center for Mobile Learning, dedicated to transforming education and learning through innovation in mobile computing. The Center's formation is seeded by a gift from Google.
mLearing and ELT: Are We Mobile Ready? http://bit.ly/kOOrDL mLearing and ELT: Are We Mobile Ready?
As promised in my posting of April 8th 2011 I would like to share here some first insights into the results from my survey into Mobile Learning 2011 and what some of the statistical comparisons show when matched against results from the same survey last year.
Mobile Learning Environments http://bit.ly/ckmnHl Mobile Learning Environments
It may just be that the discussion of learning environments and mobile media grants educators an opportunity to learn from the situated, contextual, just-in-time, participatory, and personalized learning that takes place as soon as class ends.
Creativity in curricular design might minimize the gap between mobile media and FM radio communication characteristics so that educational environments blend into the rest of a student's life and vice-versa.
Mobile: A New Environment for Informal Learning