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Kevin Burden

  1. 1. Handheld Learning in North East LincolnshireKevin Burden: Centre for Educational Studie, The University of Hull
  2. 2. MyMobile Conference 22nd June 2012
  3. 3. !
  4. 4. Research focus What does a pedagogicalframework with handheld learning look like from a socio-cultural perspective?
  5. 5. Content Context and backgroundTheoretical framework Initial findings and outcomes
  6. 6. North East LincolnshireText
  7. 7. The Primary Alliance North East Lincolnshire Text
  8. 8. The Primary Alliance North East Lincolnshire TextEast Ravendale
  9. 9. The Primary Alliance North East Lincolnshire Text Waltham LeasEast Ravendale
  10. 10. The Primary Alliance North East Lincolnshire Scartho Juniors Text Waltham LeasEast Ravendale
  11. 11. The Primary Alliance North East Lincolnshire Scartho Juniors Text Middlethorpe Waltham LeasEast Ravendale
  12. 12. The Primary Alliance North East Lincolnshire Signhills Scartho Juniors Text Middlethorpe Waltham LeasEast Ravendale
  13. 13. The Technology
  14. 14. The Technology
  15. 15. The Technology
  16. 16. School iPod iPad Where Staff Total East Ravendale 70 3 KS 2 (every child) 3 76 Middlethorpe Years 4, 5 18 107 15 (all staff) 140 Junior & 6 (all) Year 5 iPad for Scartho Junior 110 28 all staff 138 &6 Year 3 & Signhills Junior 90 86 19 195 4 (all) Year 5 6 Waltham Leas 107 16 (leasing 129 &6 available) Years 484 148 3,4,5,& 6 46 678Technology deployed across the alliance
  17. 17. Activities: substitution
  18. 18. Activities: augmentation
  19. 19. Activities: augmentation
  20. 20. Activities: modification
  21. 21. Activities: modification
  22. 22. Activities: replacement
  23. 23. Activities: replacement
  24. 24. Project-based learning (PBL) Images Information The London Bridge Museum & Educational Trust 05/03/2012 23:30 About the Trust The Museum London did not exist in A.D. 43 when the invading Roman army marched inland - with only the river Bridge History Thames to be crossed. The first bridge to be made was most probably erected near the site of the later Our Sponsors Mediaeval bridge. Contact Us Around AD80, the first London Bridge was built from the Southwark settlement and at its northern end a large Useful Links town grew up. This was to become London. Our Mastermind After the Romans left Britain, the bridge, which was most likely built of timber, would have fallen into disrepair to be replaced by Go Directly To: a ferry and intermittent timber bridges built during Saxon Times. Roman Times Saxon & Norman The next record of a bridge being in place was in 984 when a Early Mediaeval report was recorded of the punishment by the Thames of a Late Mediaeval widow and her son who had driven pins into the image of a Tudor Times man. The woman was taken to London Bridge and drowned Georgian Period while her son escaped. The bridge at this time was built out of The New Bridge wood. The Rennie Bridge Victorian Period Bridge to America The Present Day Website Dedication The Saxon & Norman Bridges © London Bridge Museum & Educational Trust http://oldlondonbridge.com/romanbridge.shtml Page 1 of 1
  25. 25. Project-based learning (PBL) Images Information The London Bridge Museum & Educational Trust 05/03/2012 23:30 About the Trust The Museum London did not exist in A.D. 43 when the invading Roman army marched inland - with only the river Bridge History Thames to be crossed. The first bridge to be made was most probably erected near the site of the later Our Sponsors Mediaeval bridge. Contact Us Around AD80, the first London Bridge was built from the Southwark settlement and at its northern end a large Useful Links town grew up. This was to become London. Our Mastermind After the Romans left Britain, the bridge, which was most likely built of timber, would have fallen into disrepair to be replaced by Go Directly To: a ferry and intermittent timber bridges built during Saxon Times. Roman Times Saxon & Norman The next record of a bridge being in place was in 984 when a Early Mediaeval report was recorded of the punishment by the Thames of a Late Mediaeval widow and her son who had driven pins into the image of a Tudor Times man. The woman was taken to London Bridge and drowned Georgian Period while her son escaped. The bridge at this time was built out of The New Bridge wood. The Rennie Bridge Victorian Period Bridge to America The Present Day Website Dedication The Saxon & Norman Bridges © London Bridge Museum & Educational Trust http://oldlondonbridge.com/romanbridge.shtml Page 1 of 1
  26. 26. Teacher Name: Mrs. Critchley Student Name: ________________________________________ CATEGORY 4 3 2 1Presentation Well-rehearsed with Rehearsed with Delivery not smooth, Delivery not smooth smooth delivery that fairly smooth but able to maintain and audience holds audience delivery that holds interest of the attention often lost. attention. audience attention audience most of most of the time. the time.Content Covers topic in- Includes essential Includes essential Content is minimal depth with details knowledge about the information about OR there are several and examples. topic. Subject the topic but there factual errors. Subject knowledge knowledge appears are 1-2 factual is excellent. to be good. errors.Mechanics No misspellings or Three or fewer Four misspellings More than 4 errors in grammatical errors. misspellings and/or and/or grammatical spelling or grammar. mechanical errors. errors.Organization Content is well Uses headings or Content is logically There was no clear organized using bulleted lists to organized for the or logical headings or bulleted organize, but the most part. organizational lists to group related overall organization structure, just lots of material. of topics appears facts. flawed.Attractiveness Makes excellent use Makes good use of Makes use of font, Use of font, color, of font, color, font, color, graphics, color, graphics, graphics, effects etc. graphics, effects, effects, etc. to effects, etc. but but these often etc. to enhance the enhance to occasionally these distract from the presentation. presentation. detract from the presentaion content. presentation content.- Please Choose-
  27. 27. Sonic Pics
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  37. 37. Sonic Pics
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  40. 40. Sonic Pics
  41. 41. Sonic Pics
  42. 42. iMovie
  43. 43. iMovie
  44. 44. iMovie
  45. 45. iMovie
  46. 46. iMovie
  47. 47. iMovie
  48. 48. iMovie
  49. 49. iMovie
  50. 50. iMovie
  51. 51. iMovie
  52. 52. iMovie
  53. 53. iMovie
  54. 54. iMovie
  55. 55. iMovie
  56. 56. A snapshot of children’s work
  57. 57. A snapshot of children’s work
  58. 58. Emerging Impacts parental engagement creativity multi-modal ‘texts’ :digital literacy
  59. 59. Parental EngagementAllie Majer talking aboutparents getting excited(video) Allie Majer: headteacher, East Ravendale
  60. 60. Parental EngagementAllie Majer talking aboutparents getting excited(video) Allie Majer: headteacher, East Ravendale
  61. 61. Creative skills for life
  62. 62. Creative skills for life
  63. 63. New literaciesNeville Rice:headteacher,Scartho Junior
  64. 64. New literaciesNeville Rice:headteacher,Scartho Junior
  65. 65. Seamless learning
  66. 66. Seamless learning
  67. 67. Theoretical framework
  68. 68. Collaboration A pedagogical framework for mobile learningPersonalisation Authenticity
  69. 69. Collaboration A pedagogical framework for mobile learning CustomisationPersonalisation Authenticity
  70. 70. Collaboration A pedagogical framework for mobile learning cy en Ag CustomisationPersonalisation Authenticity
  71. 71. Collaboration A pedagogical framework for mobile learning Co cy nte en xtu Ag ali se d CustomisationPersonalisation Authenticity
  72. 72. Collaboration A pedagogical framework for mobile learning Co cy nte en xtu Ag ali se d Customisation SituatedPersonalisation Authenticity
  73. 73. Collaboration ion sat er nv Co A pedagogical framework for mobile learning Co cy nte en xtu Ag ali se d Customisation SituatedPersonalisation Authenticity
  74. 74. Collaboration ion Da sat ta sh er nv ari Co g n A pedagogical framework for mobile learning Co cy nte en xtu Ag ali se d Customisation SituatedPersonalisation Authenticity
  75. 75. Collaboration ion Da sat ta sh er nv ari Co g n A pedagogical framework for mobile learningKearney, M., Burden, K., Schuck, S., and Aubusson, P. (2012)Viewing mobile learning from a pedagogical perspective, in Research in Learning Technology Vol. 20, 2012 Co cy nte en xtu Ag ali se d Customisation SituatedPersonalisation Authenticity
  76. 76. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  77. 77. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  78. 78. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  79. 79. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  80. 80. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  81. 81. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  82. 82. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  83. 83. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  84. 84. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  85. 85. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  86. 86. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  87. 87. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  88. 88. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  89. 89. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  90. 90. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  91. 91. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  92. 92. LOW MEDIUM HIGH External  control Nego.ated  outcomesPersonaliza<on Agency ‘One  size  fits  all’: Tailored  fit:  ‘Just  in  <me’ ‘just  in  case’ Customiza0on Contrived Realis.c Contextualiza0onAuthen<city Simulated Embedded:  real   prac.ce Situated Solitary:  disconnected Networked:  richCollabora<on Conversa0onal Content  building Context  sharing Data  sharing
  93. 93. Personalisation Collaboration Authenticity 44
  94. 94. Personalisation Collaboration agency Authenticity 44
  95. 95. Personalisation Collaboration agency customisation Authenticity 44
  96. 96. Personalisation Collaboration agency conversational customisation Authenticity 44
  97. 97. Personalisation Collaboration agency conversational data sharing customisation Authenticity 44
  98. 98. Personalisation Collaboration agency conversational data sharing customisation situated Authenticity 44
  99. 99. Personalisation Collaboration agency conversational data sharing customisation situated realistic Authenticity 44
  100. 100. Personalisation Collaboration agency conversational data sharing customisation situated realistic Authenticity 44
  101. 101. Project  wikih-p://handheldlearningproject.wikispaces.com/   45
  102. 102. Contact detailsKevin Burden, Centre forEducational Studies,The University of Hull,k.j.burden@hull.ac.uk 46

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