Mobile Learning Using Cell Phones VASCD December 2010 Kipp D. Rogers, PhD
Text  Technology to 41411 To receive your assignment!
Avatars
 
VT
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Direction
 
 
 
Why Mobile Learning?
Why Mobile Learning?
 
2006- 57% US Text= to other countries in 2003
2008- 1 Trillion Text messages
80% of students 12-17 have their own phones
Almost 100% of students have access
Benefits
PEDAGOGY
 
Access Gap
Review Content
 
Personalized and Differentiated Learning
 
 
Simpson Video 1
 
 
 
 
Affordability
Screen Real Estate
 
 
 
 
 
Instructional Pedagogy
 
Cool technology  does  NOT  replace good instructional practice
Simpsons Video 2
 
 
Creativity Critical Thinking Communication Collaboration
Instructional Strategies
Essentials for Principals: Mobile Learning
Strategy 21st Century Learning Skill Naismith  Themed Mobile Learning Activity Cooperative Learning Creativity and Innovat...
Technology Integration
 
ICE
Investigate Create Evaluate What will students learn in reference to the curriculum? What will students do with the techno...
 
Dr. Liz Kolb
 
From:  [email_address]  [ mailto:vo94@hotm ail.com ]Sent: Thu 9/23/ 2010 6:35 PMTo: WebmasterSubject: YCSD Questions/Comme...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Google( 466453 )
Weather Virginia
Define  osmosis
Translate   hello in  French
Web   NASSP
Abraham Lincoln Birthday
What is the population of the United States?
Dining Clubs  Attractions Malls Tours Arts Sports Casinos Entertainment Williamsburg or  44122
 
 
Existing Policies Excitement Buy-in Access Simple Activities
Schools Using Cell Phones
Rock Star
 
 
Guidelines Expectations Classroom set-up Label MLDs Visual Directions Student Movement Student Grouping
Hudsucker Video
Change
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  • Good morning.
  • List the many different ways cell phones can be used for instruction.
  • Director of Secondary Instruction. 19th year in education
  • Director of Secondary Instruction YCSD. 19th year in education, taught all levels, science, math, primarily middle school administrator at all levels
  • Hokie fan. Bowl game?
  • My family- older picture taken with my cell phone
  • Golf. Not great at it love to play
  • How I got started- Accident. Had to teach a math class...
  • Our agenda.
  • Kaplan Commercial- Its time to change.
  • Kids are bored.
  • They make their own fun
  • Never a replacement for traditional learning. Ability to break communication barriers among age groups. Mobile learning is ubiquitous. American Idol Story. 4 Billion mobile phone subscri
  • Never a replacement for traditional learning. Ability to break communication barriers among age groups. Mobile learning is ubiquitous. American Idol Story. 4 Billion mobile phone subscri
  • Never a replacement for traditional learning. Ability to break communication barriers among age groups. Mobile learning is ubiquitous. American Idol Story. 4 Billion mobile phone subscribers
  • Never a replacement for traditional learning. Ability to break communication barriers among age groups. Mobile learning is ubiquitous. American Idol Story. 4 Billion mobile phone subscri
  • What does that mean. We text a lot and it will continue to increase. Educators need to leverage this technology for use instructionally.
  • What does that mean. We text a lot and it will continue to increase. Educators need to leverage this technology for use instructionally.
  • What does that mean. We text a lot and it will continue to increase. Educators need to leverage this technology for use instructionally.
  • When tech is used, increase likelihood of their skills being more effective. Transfers to students
  • Fun, increase motivation and participation. Games, communication via social networking, self publishing they use motivation to increase their social capital.
  • Access to content outside of the four walls. The lines of equity are blurred. Students have to wait at public libraries to access the internet to complete homework projects. ipods, mp3 players, hand held gaming devices often allow students internet access.
  • Review content at will. Convinient access to review material for busy students. Athletes, bus rides. etc...
  • Augmenting Student Driven Learning. Material that interests them. Piano tutorials on You Tube. Researching a musician...
  • Personalized and Differentiated Learning. Auditory-podcasting, Visual-pictures or video, Spatical-games.
  • Collaborative, small learning groups. Communication and projects are reinforced as a result of not having a complete set of a learning device.
  • Communication barriers between students and staff are broken. Relationships can improve as a result of teachers embracing student culture.
  • When tech is used, increase likelihood of their skills being more effective. Transfers to students
  • Barriers for impementation. Affordability, screen real estate
  • Expensive. Can get donated phones from service providers.
  • The number of students sharing, connectivity concerns, delivery of content
  • Device Security. Growing legs. Systems of management
  • Variety of cell phone devices. Melting Pot of cell phones, features, connectivity
  • Digital Citizenship Appropriate use, video tapped fight for example. Cyberbullying, Sexting, Cheating, Distraction, Digital Division (the technologically advanced). The benefits outweigh the risks.
  • The Digital Divide.
  • When tech is used, increase likelihood of their skills being more effective. Transfers to students
  • Instructional Pedagogy. Cool technology does not take the place of good instructional Practice.
  • When tech is used, increase likelihood of their skills being more effective. Transfers to students
  • The brain responds to novelty.
  • ICE method of technology integration. I- Investigate, C- Create, E- Evaluate
  • ICE method of technology integration. I- Investigate, C- Create, E- Evaluate
  • Opportunities for learning using cell phones.
  • Phone Features
  • MP3 Player
  • Blogging
  • NYC Schools Video
  • Managing the process
  • Hudsuker Video
  • Mobile learning using cell phones

    1. 1. Mobile Learning Using Cell Phones VASCD December 2010 Kipp D. Rogers, PhD
    2. 2. Text Technology to 41411 To receive your assignment!
    3. 3. Avatars
    4. 5. VT
    5. 14. Direction
    6. 18. Why Mobile Learning?
    7. 19. Why Mobile Learning?
    8. 21. 2006- 57% US Text= to other countries in 2003
    9. 22. 2008- 1 Trillion Text messages
    10. 23. 80% of students 12-17 have their own phones
    11. 24. Almost 100% of students have access
    12. 25. Benefits
    13. 26. PEDAGOGY
    14. 28. Access Gap
    15. 29. Review Content
    16. 31. Personalized and Differentiated Learning
    17. 34. Simpson Video 1
    18. 39. Affordability
    19. 40. Screen Real Estate
    20. 46. Instructional Pedagogy
    21. 48. Cool technology does NOT replace good instructional practice
    22. 49. Simpsons Video 2
    23. 52. Creativity Critical Thinking Communication Collaboration
    24. 53. Instructional Strategies
    25. 54. Essentials for Principals: Mobile Learning
    26. 55. Strategy 21st Century Learning Skill Naismith Themed Mobile Learning Activity Cooperative Learning Creativity and Innovation Communication Collaboration Situated Collaborative Summarizing Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making Behaviorist Constructivist Informal/Lifelong Learning/Teaching Support Similarities and Differences Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making Behaviorist Constructivist Informal/Lifelong Learning/Teaching Support
    27. 56. Technology Integration
    28. 58. ICE
    29. 59. Investigate Create Evaluate What will students learn in reference to the curriculum? What will students do with the technology that will help them to learn what is in the curriculum? How will you know if content mastery and 21st Century skills have improved? Identify the mobile learning device Identify objectives to be taught Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making Behaviorist Constructivist Informal/Lifelong Learning/Teaching Support Similarities and Differences Critical Thinking Problem Solving and Decision Making Behaviorist Constructivist Informal/Lifelong Learning/Teaching Support
    30. 61. Dr. Liz Kolb
    31. 63. From: [email_address] [ mailto:vo94@hotm ail.com ]Sent: Thu 9/23/ 2010 6:35 PMTo: WebmasterSubject: YCSD Questions/CommentsThe following person has submitted a question about YCSD. Name: Volodymyr Barytskyy Phone Number: 7579698795 Email: [email_address] Comments: I am a stude nt at York High School and I would like the school board to allow students to use their phones to write down the homework in the phone's calendar system. Let us have the first/last 1-2min of class to put it in the phone's calendar because than our phone's can remind us that we need to do the homework, I believe this could benefit a lot of kids that forget about homework.
    32. 75. Google( 466453 )
    33. 76. Weather Virginia
    34. 77. Define osmosis
    35. 78. Translate hello in French
    36. 79. Web NASSP
    37. 80. Abraham Lincoln Birthday
    38. 81. What is the population of the United States?
    39. 82. Dining Clubs Attractions Malls Tours Arts Sports Casinos Entertainment Williamsburg or 44122
    40. 85. Existing Policies Excitement Buy-in Access Simple Activities
    41. 86. Schools Using Cell Phones
    42. 87. Rock Star
    43. 90. Guidelines Expectations Classroom set-up Label MLDs Visual Directions Student Movement Student Grouping
    44. 91. Hudsucker Video
    45. 92. Change
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