Pecha Kucha at Handheld2008 by Geoff Stead of Tribal

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Pecha Kucha at Handheld2008 by Geoff Stead of Tribal

  1. 1. Where did the mobile learners go?
  2. 2. Anarchy? Chaos? The future!
  3. 3. Not just about school
  4. 4. Access to new learners
  5. 5. Restricted access to learning
  6. 6. New chances to join in
  7. 7. But how to make sense of it all?
  8. 8. Three different levels of m-learning 1. Low entry threshold. No major “buy in” required. Use your own kit. 2. Learning materials. Consistent devices. 3. Bold teacher. Broad mix of technologies. User control. Web 2.0
  9. 9. Resources Focussed learning First steps for teachers
  10. 10. Blended with existing provision Blended learning Differentiation Concentrate!
  11. 11. Speaking and Listening
  12. 12. Remote support Mobile access
  13. 13. Mobile skills audits Quality & Consistency Back end system that logs all student activity. Works in a hybrid on-line off-line mode
  14. 14. Zip Rockschool Customised, personalised
  15. 15. Find stuff out
  16. 16. Constructing your own knowledge
  17. 17. Authoring tools
  18. 18. Three different levels of m-learning 1. Low entry threshold. No major “buy in” required. Use your own kit. 2. Learning materials. Consistent devices. 3. Bold teacher. Broad mix of technologies. User control. Web 2.0 Your mission for today …. Spot which is which!
  19. 19. www.m-learning.org moblearn.blogspot.com
  20. 20. Search YouTube: “m-learning tribal”

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