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Simple explanation of mobile learning and how it can impact on schools.

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  • Hi Jenny - great to see your presentation up on here! Ta for sharing.
    You have used some of my graphics however - which is fine, but I'd expect attribution on each slide please ( 4,6,8,13) - especially as some of these have involved tens of hours of work to put together. Ta!
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  • Presentation Notes Introduce I work for CEOWA in the primary section of the learning & teaching team that supports over 120 schools from over 2.5 million square kilometres.
  • What are the mobile learning tools you know of Smart phones, ipods, iphones, ipads
  • Horizon report in 2009 discussed this as a short term adoption. 2010 repots refers to cloud computing and and collaborative computing as one ot two years – and games and mobiles as 2-3 years. I put that time even shorter. – one of the resellers in perth stated it clearly when he said that never before has he seen schools looking at any first generation product as much as they are looking at the ipad.
  • Horizon report in 2009 discussed this as a short term adoption. 2010 repots refers to cloud computing and and collaborative computing as one ot two years – and games and mobiles as 2-3 years. I put that time even shorter. – one of the resellers in perth stated it clearly when he said that never before has he seen schools looking at any first generation product as much as they are looking at the ipad.
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  • Size, price, app store, restrictions and customize, ease of use, syncing multiple devices, touch interface
  • Itunes interface, syncing devices, terms and conditions have changed recently – 5 devices per app. Deployment guide for iPods just released – but not yet for iPads.

Mobile learning Mobile learning Presentation Transcript

  • Mobile Learning: Is it worth the hype ? Jenny Jongste YES! BUT…
  • Three main points… Jenny Jongste Good teachers + Good use of technology It is here – how do we respond? Positives and negatives of mobile learning.
  • Mobile learning is here…NOW! My school has 20 or more and various teachers and classes are using them My school has purchased and trialled some devices Have my own iDevice and am experimenting with that device No ipod touches, etc. yet but starting research iDevice takeup
  • Where do they fit?
  • So what is mobile learning? “ Any sort of learning that happens when the learner is not at a fixed, predetermined location, or learning that happens when the learner takes advantage of the learning opportunities offered by mobile technologies.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile-learning Your Turn Use one of the apps and find a definition for mobile learning…
  • Mobile devices – Choices
  • We all know life will be much different in 2100, will school?” (Prensky 2008) Why the rapid change?
  • Ubiquitous computing
  • Ubiquitous computing http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/tools/ad41/ http://www.apple.com/ipad/gallery/
  • Sales Figures Apple Q1 2010: 21 million iPods Apple sold 8.7 million iPhones in the quarter Apple iPad sales have hit three million - in 80 days . 1.7 million iPhone 4 sales – June 28
    • “ In 2006, the world produced 161
    • ‘ exabytes’ of digital information –
    • 3 million times the amount of
    • information contained in all the
    • books ever written.”
    Information world Columbia Journalism Review Source: The Week magazine, April 17, 2009, volume 9, issue 408, page 17 Columbia Journalism Review The weekly column "Noted"
  • Good Teachers + Technology “ Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important.” Bill Gates Hattie, 2003
  • Blooms Digital Taxonomy
  • Your turn…
    • Find the ‘Doodle Buddy’ app
    • Draw how you feel about mobile learning
    • Invite a friend - your device name is on the back
  • Your turn…Screen Shots http://learninginhand.com/ipod-touch-tips/
  • Positives
  • Negatives
  • Scavenger Hunt: Use the apps to find the answers: Take screen shots to record answers 1. 987-634+28x165= 2. Time difference between Paris and Melbourne 3. Name of the freeway connecting Sydney and Melbourne 4. Temperature of London tomorrow 5. Colours on flag of Aruba Your Turn again... Your turn…
  • 1. Choose an app to review 2. In pairs write a review for first time users. Focus on ease of use, and applications for educators and for students 3. Share/publish: twitter: text/pic screen + 140 character. App review
  • We started by using the iPods with one class in the lab. Story from a school… Images and PowerPoint by Denise Plain
  • A quiz where all the answers could be found using the apps on the iPods
  • Can little kids use iPods?
  • PP and YEAR ONE sharing with a partner - first day using ipods!
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  • YEAR TWO sharing with a partner - first day using ipods!
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  • What about us?
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  • I collaborate with a partner. I collaborate with a partner.
  • I check my own work
  • We work as a team.
  • We have fun.
  • I learn how to use a THESAURUS.
  • We show each other some cool APPS.
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  • I try to improve my mental maths .
  • I practise my TIMES TABLES .
  • We work independently .
  • We have a go at beating our best times for division
  • I play Sudoku .
  • We are totally engaged in the tasks in our class.
  • Problems? Of course – but nothing that’s dampened our enthusiasm! Images and PowerPoint by Denise Plain
  • Three main points… Jenny Jongste Good teachers + Good use of technology It is here – how do we respond? Positives and negatives of mobile learning.
  • Mobile Learning Multimedia brought the world into the classroom… Mobile technologies will take the classroom into the world. www.canada.com
  • Contact Details Jenny Jongste Curriculum Consultant (ICT) Catholic Education Office of Western Australia [email_address] www.jenjongste.id.au Twitter: jenbead