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Mobile technology to support learning and teaching technology outlook for stem+ education

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A presentation describing easy ways to intergrate mobile learning into teaching - with a focus on STEM+ education. The presentation also includes examples from current research #dp4byod

A presentation describing easy ways to intergrate mobile learning into teaching - with a focus on STEM+ education. The presentation also includes examples from current research #dp4byod

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  • 1. Mobile Technology to support learning and teaching - Technology Outlook for STEM+ education Kathryn Mac Callum kmaccallum@eit.ac.nz
  • 2. Mobile learning • Any activity that allows individuals to be more productive when consuming, interacting with, or creating information, mediated through a compact digital portable device that the individual carries on a regular basis, has reliable connectivity, and fits in a pocket or purse. (eLearning Guild 360 Mobile Learning Research Report, 2007)
  • 3. My Mobile Learning Journey (Vine Video)
  • 4. Learners and mobile devices: A framework for enhanced learning and institutional change Ako Aotearoa National Project Fund Project aims Implement a framework for enhanced learning and institutional change Produce a range of practical strategies for staff and students to use the affordances of mobile devices
  • 5. David Skelton <DSkelton@eit.ac.nz> Robyn Pascoe <RPascoe@eit.ac.nz> Istvan Lengyel <ilengyel@eit.ac.nz> Michael Verhaart <MVerhaart@eit.ac.nz> Kathryn Mac Callum <KMacCallum@eit.ac.nz>
  • 6. Heretaunga Free Kindergarten iPad Trial 1. Draw pictures (Doodle Buddy) 2. Recorded their ‘voice stories’, 3. Wrote a story (Book Creator) based on the stories to go with their drawings. 4. Then children would listened to their voice and read the words together when it was done. • Used for learning and evidence of learning
  • 7. Heretaunga Free Kindergarten iPad Trial • A teacher had videoed her children being super heroes and created a short trailer (iMovie) • This was shown to her children at whānau time and the children were very excited as they recognised themselves in the movie. Source: http://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/fms/SIU/websites/ced/IPads%20Gazette%20Artic le.pdf?E0DF053966CC7A8FFE23C77A9F5EB78C
  • 8. Primary Schools – ICT Cluster • ShowMe and Explain Everything: allows the user to record annotations, voice. – Teacher flipped classroom: Introduce concepts so in class can be more activity based – Way to collect evidence of students ability and could be used to compare progress later in the year.
  • 9. Frimley School Blogs • Class Blogs – Year 4 – http://fsroom13.blogspot.co.nz
  • 10. Tertiary Examples • AUT (Communications Studies) – Communications Studies developing learning communities using Google Plus and the Google Plus App on smartphones and tablets. Source: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Thomas_Cochrane/publication/260987005_Developing_a_mobile_social_media_framework_for_creative_pedagogies/file/72e 7e532eb7aed2eeb.pdf.
  • 11. Capturing Knowledge • Michael Verhaart <mverhaart@eit.ac.nz> <http://virtualmv.com/> – Uses mobile to email to Blog (adds #hashtag to title) > Posts to a tweet • Students can tweet using same #hashtag any items of interest • Beginning of the class he reviews this list – Adobe Connect to broadcast lessons • Students interact with their mobile devices
  • 12. Student Created Textbooks • Istvan Lengyel <ilengyel@eit.ac.nz> – Use mobile devices to create tutorials and collect resources (photos, videos) – Publish this as a collaborative textbook (https://www.inkling.com/habitat/) – These then be used next year with diploma class as a resource
  • 13. From The Horizon Report • Relevance for Teaching and Learning in STEM+ Education – As interactive and social features become more integrated into mobile devices, scientists can share their findings, making the app an ever-growing repository of information. – Mobile apps provide STEM+ students with learning experiences and practice activities, from animal dissection apps to 3D views of the periodic table. – Students can leverage the cameras, microphones, and other tools inherent in mobiles to do field work, create rich media, collect and analyze data for experiments, and more.
  • 14. From The Horizon Report (cont) • Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey developed Mobile Intelligent Laboratory, an app that allows users to be part of a physics experiment: go.nmc.org/mil. • Freshmen at Jackson State University are each provided with an iPad to use as a graphing calculator, access math reference formulas and periodic tables, and more: go.nmc.org/yum. • Thammasat University in Thailand built an IT infrastructure to support BYOD so students and staff can access content from their personal devices via wireless network: go.nmc.org/tha.
  • 15. From The Horizon Report (cont) • The University of Exeter in the UK built an augmented reality app that transforms the campus into a living lab so users can view scientific data about their surroundings: • go.nmc.org/livlab.
  • 16. Where to start? • Start playing! 1. Set up a blog – Create a blog where you can send links, pictures • Suggestions are Wordpress or Blogger 2. Set up a twitter account – Set up an account – Create a hashtag for your class – Send Links and comments to the hashtag and get student to use and interact 3. Create a Video – Try to create a quick Vine Video introducing you
  • 17. Identifies the essential qualities of knowledge required by teachers for technology integration in their teaching, while addressing the complex, multifaceted and situated nature of teacher knowledge. Source: http://punya.educ.msu.edu/research/tpck/ Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK)
  • 18. Food for thought • “Students are driving the mobile revolution in schools and campuses across the country -- demanding access to more information and increased capabilities to use their mobile devices to conduct their activities on campus--when and where they want. Supporting the myriad devices that students bring to campus, building applications for both administrative and academic functions, and creating a truly mobile experience that meets students' expectations is no small endeavor. How is your institution [and YOU] confronting the mobile challenge?” • - See more at: http://www.edu1world.org/CommonsSunGardHE/43160#s thash.RcsowAzt.dpuf

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