We look at some examples of mobile phone use within the curriculum. We consider issues raised by pupils’ access to personal technology. You experiment with Google’s App Inventor toolkit, creating a
We look at some examples of mobile phone use within the curriculum. We consider issues raised by pupils’ access to personal technology. You experiment with Google’s App Inventor toolkit, creating a simple game for an Android handset.
4. BYOT“The market is a far better judge of the appropriate personaldigital technology than any group of „ICT experts‟” Technology is chosen by the student and/or family Personalisation of teaching and learning in and out ofschool In-school technology use is an extension of studentsexisting technology use Respect for student ownership of technology andinformation stored on itLee, 2012
5. Steve Jobs, 1980"Right now, if you buy a computer system and you want to solveone of your problems, we immediately throw a big problem right inthe middle of you and your problem which is learning how to usethe computer. A substantial problem to overcome. Once youovercome that, its a phenomenal tool. But there is a barrier ofhaving to overcome that problem.What were trying to do … is to remove that barrier so thatsomeone can buy a computer system who knows nothing about itand directly attack their problem without learning how to program theircomputer.Our whole company, our whole philosophical base, is founded onone principle. That principle is that there is something veryspecial and very historically different that takes place when youhave one computer and one person. Very different than if you haveten people and one computer."