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Slides accompanying EAPRIL 2011 paper-presentation 'The iPad goes to school: discussing success factors of tablets in education'

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  • 1. The iPad goes to school Antoine van den Beemt EAPRIL 23 Nov 2011 @avdbmt
  • 2. Discussing success factors of tablets ineducation Introduction Practice: iFontys Research: pre- and post-test results Conclusion Discussion
  • 3. Introduction Antoine van den Beemt Faculty of Education HAN UoAS Fontys UoAS
  • 4. Introduction Joris Graaumans - Fontys UoAS Eric Slaats - Fontys UoAS
  • 5. The iPad goes to school image: Peter Steiner, The New Yorker, July 5, 1993 en.wikipedia.org
  • 6. The iPad goes to school
  • 7. The iPad goes to school learningandtechnology.wikispaces.com
  • 8. Discussion“current generation of teachers will never fully understand tablet use”
  • 9. Diversity
  • 10. The iPad goes to school Van den Beemt, A., Akkerman, S., & Simons, P.R.J. (2009) Jongeren en interactieve media.
  • 11. The iPad goes to school image: flyxia.com/photo/2348813/no-you-werent-downloaded-you-were-born
  • 12. The iPad goes to school Young people: – Technology minded – Not technology savvy
  • 13. The iPad goes to school
  • 14. Discussion “tablets are only image building tools”
  • 15. The iPad goes to school
  • 16. The iPad goes to school image: info-architecture.blogspot.com
  • 17. The iPad goes to school Research to – move beyond assumptions – decide which edu purposes can be supported by tablets
  • 18. Pop-quiz
  • 19. The iPad goes to school Prerequisites for a succesful application of tablets in education
  • 20. #iFontys Pilot ProjectAnyplace Anytime Anywhere Anything Anybody
  • 21. #iFontys Experiment in Smart Mobile Learning and student learning behaviour 120 Students 11 Institutes 4 Service depts 41 Employees 6 Studentdevelopers 1 Board of adviceproject
  • 22. #iFontys Pilot Project•Social media, Blogging, sharing knowledge• eReaders, eContent, content-enrichment• Apps & App-development• Interactive courses & Smart mobile didactics• Cloud storage (e.g. Dropbox)
  • 23. #iFontys subprojects iPlanner • Course schedules on mobile devices & Outlook • iFontys iPlanner campaign & siteinformatie
  • 24. #iFontys subprojects• 1.000.000+ hits• Feb-Apr 2011• 5000+ students online• 1000+ educators online
  • 25. #iFontys subprojectseContent • ePubs available. • Cooperation Cambridge Press. • Experiments with publishers.
  • 26. #iFontys subprojectsRecording Box • Innovative method for lecture recordings. • Searchable (meta-tags), notes, sharing.
  • 27. #iFontys subprojectseContent
  • 28. #iFontys subprojectsiPresent, weView / voteboard • Beta of 3 edu-Apps • Interactive, non lineair-presentation • Polling app, twitter, etc
  • 29. #iFontys subprojectsApp development
  • 30. #iFontys subprojectsresearch! • Think&Do-tank 126 students, 41 educators • Quantitative pre-test & post-test • Qualitative evaluation-sessions
  • 31. #iFontys subprojectsresearch! • Think&Do-tank 126 students, 41 educators • Quantitative pre-test & post-test • Qualitative evaluation-sessions
  • 32. Discussion “tablets will never replace books”
  • 33. Research pre-test and post-test open exploration of possible iPad use in education self-reports: pc use, ipad use in relation to learning activities 50 respondents (84) beginning 2011
  • 34. Research General results: users moved from pc/laptop use to iPad use for information retrieval, content creation, and studying. more positive image of Fontys as an innovative institution.
  • 35. Research social media,
  • 36. Research email, reading edu materials, checking schedules
  • 37. Research creating content (assignments)
  • 38. Research need for digital materials attitude towards interactive media „playground period‟ effects on learning results low increased engagement
  • 39. Conclusion learning purpose? student- and school characteristics rather than technology diversity in skills, experiences and preferences
  • 40. Discussion “app technology will not allow differentiation on learning preferences”
  • 41. Thank you!antoine.vandenbeemt@han.nl@avdbmt