Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco, shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to M-learning
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4th place in MobiMOOC best mobile learning project draft having the most impact for people living in difficult or challenged situations (8th - 30th Sep 2012). Link: ...

4th place in MobiMOOC best mobile learning project draft having the most impact for people living in difficult or challenged situations (8th - 30th Sep 2012). Link: http://moroccomlearning.blogspot.com/2012/09/mobimooc-2012-my-project-draft.html#more

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Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco, shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to M-learning Document Transcript

  • 1. mLearning Project 2012 About me: Lahmine Soufiane © The Project: Research reflections: Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning
  • 2. mLearning Project 2012 Lahmine Soufiane © Is ICT the master key of all education problems? The 21st century, are you digital native or digital resistant? Why people stick to old trends while there are easy alternatives? Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning
  • 3. mLearning Project 2012 Lahmine Soufiane © Is it the right time and place to shift from classic education to ICT based learning? Does technology fit with education circumstances of rural areas? Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning
  • 4. mLearning Project 2012 Lahmine Soufiane © What is the cheapest ICT based learning solution for disadvantaged areas? Could mobile learning stand against Walk Chalk and Talk? The Draft: 1. Working title: Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning. Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning
  • 5. mLearning Project 2012 2. Lahmine Soufiane © Type of mLearning Education for rural areas especially for girls who are humiliated due to illiteracy and stereotypes of their parents. 3. Project goals Empower Moroccan education outcome by scaffolding the next generation, case of the rural girl →Improving the situation of rural students suffering from hard circumstances →Using ICT based learning as a mean to overcome the lack of disadvantaged areas →Enhancing the teaching and learning process for rural students →Encouraging the use of mobile devices as ubiquitous education for students with geographic and climatic difficulties 4. Target audience The project targets generally the student living in rural areas and more specifically the middle school level. As a start the project will target a model class thus after evaluation and result it will be generalized Target Drade/Age: →1st year: 30 students →2nd year: 30 students →3rd year: 30 students →Teenagers from 11 to 15 5. What type of technology and infrastructure can be expected? While I have already experienced an mLearning project I know exactly the limits of such technology that’s why I suggest wide screen devices like tablets and I don’t recommend smart phones because we need full interaction with knowledge especially in such difficult areas and according to my result utility and usability are less comparing to >=5” Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning
  • 6. mLearning Project 2012 Lahmine Soufiane © screen devices and morocco has already experienced a project related to ICT in Moroccan education called “Cyber School “program so living new experience will be more interesting for Moroccan student especially disadvantages ones. 6. Possible guarantees for sustainability The project is based on many backgrounds because I want to reutilize and recycle previous ideas and contents for instance the idea of “FATIH project” in Turkey that of using tablets in public education “iSchool initiative” that implement technology in schools without forgetting the use of contents from “CITI project” the web and computer based learning platform for improving science school subjects in Morocco in addition to my mLearning project “EIEM” thus this will be the continuity of EIEM project but this time with new ideas and the most important thing fixing the encountered problems and working with new breath. 7. Who are ALL the stakeholders that might influence the project? →Ministry of education →Local NGO →CITI association →Followers groups →Twinning →Projects Coordinators →Project Holder 8. Deadline or timeline for developing the project? (2 to 3years depending on resources management) →Approval of the project →Establishing connections & papers →Analysis phase →Design phase Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning
  • 7. mLearning Project 2012 →Development phase Lahmine Soufiane © →Implementation phase →Evaluation phase →Results & recommendations →Creation of troubleshot & post project cell 9. A broader description of the project The project is about enhancing rural areas learners to using new technology in their learning process as a way to move from classic education to ICT based education so convincing both educators & students to shift their manner of interaction with knowledge from old school methods; Walk Chalk and Talk to 21st century pedagogy case of mobile learning is hard to deal with and must happened step by step →Approval of the project: Building the final draft of the project and waiting the approval to start processing other tasks →Establishing connections & papers: Contacting people wishing get involved in the project and signing contracts and all needed papers →Analysis phase: Building the skull of the whole project making scenarios how the other phases will be considered & realized →Design phase: Learning design of the project →Development phase: Develop contents and think about how managing them →Implementation phase: Implement all content in the working space but in our case we need just customize content because we have already the Mobile Interactive learning environment ready on the server →Evaluation phase: ● Qualitative evaluation ● Quantitative evaluation ● Formative evaluation (Present in each stage of the project) Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning
  • 8. mLearning Project 2012 ● Summative evaluation Lahmine Soufiane © →Results & recommendations: after getting the evaluation results and polls done during the project progress we can arrive to give some recommendations and why not standards or models prototypes →Creation of troubleshot & post project cell: That team is very important to sustain every problem that can occur before during and after the project working process 10. Which steps will you take to ensure you will reach your mLearning goal? A) First step we need to deliver our ideas to target audience thus they will know about what they are involving in B) Making “Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Tangible, Evaluate, Re-do” goals C) Choosing a model of work for example ADDIE and project management method GANTT,PERT… D) Respecting Time Cost Quality triangle E) Testing and evaluating the project at each step F) finalizing, fix errors and bugs 11. Problems you are not sure about →Technophobe users →Lack of funds →Adequate resources Bridging the gap between classic education and ICT paradigms for rural areas students in Morocco shifting from Walk Chalk and Talk to mLearning