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Mobile Learning Environment


A learning environment support by mobile technologies

A learning environment support by mobile technologies

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  • 1. Adelina Moura - Ana Amélia Carvalho - University of Minho Braga - Portugal MOBILE GENERATION : LEARNING ENVIRONMENT   SUPPORT ON MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES (LESMT )
  • 2. Environment
  • 3. Goals
    • Studying the implications of mobile technologies (Mobile Phone and Tablet PC) in the process of teaching and learning;
    • Analyze whether mobile technologies will help to change students’ attitudes with respect to the school and learning.
  • 4. Methodology
    • Quasi-experimental study
    • two groups
    • an experimental group (15 students)
    • a control group (16 students)
    • from
    • Vocational education
  • 5. Mobile Devices
    • Cell Phone
    • Tablet PC
    • Sponsor
    • Portuguese Ministry of Education
  • 6. Environment Description
    • Curriculum Learning
    • Autonomous and Collaborative Learning
    • Background
    • classroom
    • outside the classroom
  • 7. Curriculum Learning
    • Modules (Portuguese Literature )
    • Grammar
    • Based in the use of mobile technology and Web 2.0 concept
    • Blog, Wiki, Website creation, Podcast, …
  • 8. Autonomous and Collaborative Learning
    • Fortnightly activities (General Culture)
    • Weekly Challenges (Skills Research)
    • Video in the Portuguese class (Discussion)
    • Art and the Bible every day (Different styles of painting)
    • Social Network (Learning Communities)
    • Forum (collaborative learning with a Lisbon’ class)
    • Podcasts (The Portuguese literature in audio)
    • Cell phones Services used Communication, video, audio, photo, SMS, the Internet, e-mail
  • 9. Fortnightly activities
  • 10.  
  • 11. Web 2.0 Tools
    • Ning (Social Network)
    • Podomatic (Podcast)
    • YouTube (Video)
    • M-Flickr (Photos)
    • Animoto (slides and video)
    • Gmail (e-mail and synchronic conversation )
    • Gmail Mobile (e-mail)
    • Google Pages Creator (Website Creation)
    • Docs & Spreadsheets (Wiki and Spreadsheet)
    • Blogger (Blog)
    • Bravenet (Chat)
    • Mogulus (Television)
  • 12. Conclusions
    • The adoption of this new paradigm, will contribute to rethink education and coping with demands of society nowadays;
    • The mobile technologies give students the opportunity to choose when and where they want to learn;
    • They respond to the workers’ and learners’ mobility needs;
    • This environment will allow open discussion of this new paradigm.
  • 13. Future
    • Continue to assess the implications of mobile technologies in individual and collaborative learning and students’ attitude towards the school;
    • Consecution of this environment goals.
  • 14. Thanks for your attention ! Comments [email_address] [email_address]