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    • It’s all about asking questions ¿
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    • mGagement: Mobile Learning to Ignite Curiosity Bernie Dodge, PhD San Diego State University ¿
    • Five Ideas
      • Event Capture
      • WonderPoints
      • WebQuest 3.0
      • WHex
      • GooHands
    • Qualcomm Grant
    • Why Mobile Technology?
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    • What’s the policy on cell phones at your school?
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    • What’s important about mobile technology is that it invites curiosity and active learning It’s not the way to “ deliver instruction”
    • And because schools will never be able to provide every child with the latest technology, the policy that forbids them from using their own devices will have to change .
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    • Five Ideas
      • Event Capture
      • WonderPoints
      • WebQuest 3.0
      • WHex
      • GooHands
    • Event Capture
      • Make better use of the time spent on “field trips”
      • Create and share knowledge within the group
      • Capture it in a way that can be referred to later
    • Before the Event
      • Access information about the event
      • Generate questions
      • Divide up the task of getting answers
    • It’s all about asking questions ¿
    • During the Event
      • Spread out
      • Take notes
      • Take pictures
      • Capture interviews
      • Save URLs
    • Save the date: Nov 5, 2011 http://sdcue.org
    • Cell Phones as Tricorders
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    • After the Event
      • Share
      • Compile
      • Combine
      • Polish
      • Publish
    • Five Ideas
      • Event Capture
      • WonderPoints
      • WebQuest 3.0
      • WHex
      • GooHands
    • WonderPoints
      • Identify a plot of ground
      • Go out as a class and capture voice notes, geotagged photos
      • Propose interesting questions
      • Post them, rate them for interestingness, and then find answers
    • What does K-1911-P mean?
    • Where do these wires come from? Where do they go?
    • What does this thing do?
    • What used to be here? What kind of tree is that? When were these houses built? What does this sign mean? What does that thing on the roof do?
    • It’s all about asking questions ¿
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    • The Second Way to do WonderPoints Use Crowdmap and Ushahidi
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    • Ushahidi in Haiti
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    • OK… what about YOUR neighborhood? Setting up your own private Ushahidi
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    • WonderPoint Possibilities
      • Open-ended wonder
      • Signs
      • Plants and trees
      • Architecture & history
      • Blight, graffiti, crime
      • Watershed
      • Senses
      • Shapes
      • Heights & distance
      • Language
      • Infrastructure
    • Motivational Elements
      • Provides recognition for coming up with good questions
      • Provides recognition for finding good answers using research after the visit
      • Encourages curiosity , looking at ordinary surroundings with a beginner’s mind.
      • Different classes can explore the same plot from the perspectives of math , history , English , science , etc.
    • Concrete Abstract
    • Types of Wonder
      • Who? (people)
      • What? (names, categories, kinds)
      • When? (history, origin)
      • Why? (purpose, motive)
      • How? (process)
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    • Five Ideas
      • Event Capture
      • WonderPoints
      • WebQuest 3.0
      • WHex
      • GooHands
    • WebQuest 3.0
      • Same as traditional WebQuests, EXCEPT THAT a critical source of data used by students requires the use of a mobile device for:
      • Capturing information outside the classroom
      • Accessing information outside the classroom
    • WebQuest 3.0
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    • Interactions
    • Interactions
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    • Five Ideas
      • Event Capture
      • WonderPoints
      • WebQuest 3.0
      • WHex
      • GooHands
    • It’s all about asking questions ¿
    • WH ex WH o WH at WH ere WH en WH y H ow Hex
    • WHex Parsers Tricksters Editors
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    • WHex Parsers Tricksters Editors Players
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      • Improved test-wiseness
      • Channeling competition
      • Practicing collaboration
      • Associating fun with learning
      • Experience of mastery
      • Thinking about school, AFTER school
    • Five Ideas
      • Event Capture
      • WonderPoints
      • WebQuest 3.0
      • WHex
      • GooHands
    • Information is now pretty ubiquitous
    • Information will soon be ubiquitouser
    • A lot of what goes on in schools assumes that the information kids need is in a particular place In the library On the whiteboard On page 138 of the textbook
    • What if the information was always in their hands? How would teaching have to change? How would what librarians do change?
    • GooHands
    • GooHands
    • What if the information was always in their hands? How would teaching have to change? How would what librarians do change?
    • What can you do to prepare for mGagement?
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    • So I said… Why don’t you write in the back of the book, Donated by Mohammed Sinneh
    • Don’t need it By Mohammed Sinneh
    • mGagement: Mobile Learning to Ignite Curiosity Bernie Dodge, PhD San Diego State University ¿