The strong emergence of mobile devices and social media in our everyday lives has transformed the way we communicate and relate, and how we learn and teach. Mobile technologies have changed the nature of knowledge, how it is distributed and how it is accessed. The widespread use of mobile phones by young people, players, tablets, game consoles and all devices describe a scenario in which you can create and access new forms of knowledge, but requires a solid conceptual basis for the which to base their development. In addition, our students-often defined as digital natives, showed great skill in its use, which promotes the proliferation of social tools that enable new forms of expression and new languages.
In a globalized world completely, which blur the boundaries between the formal and informal, or virtual reality and where learning can take place anywhere at any time, it is absolutely necessary to include in the educational field the enormous potential these technologies and devices. Throughout the talk will offer an overview of these trends and address some of the challenges of teaching and learning in a mobile society.
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