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  • Mobile Learning “ It’s in Your Pocket”
  • 6 th Graders Today
    • 65% own a “smart” phone
    • 73% own an MP3 player
    • 25% using eTextbook
    • 22% participate in 3D reality worlds
    • 47% involved in educational gaming
    Turn & talk: What will the 6 th grade look like 5 years from now in 2016?
  • What Can We Learn?
    • What can we learn today about our students’ aspirations, adoption, and adaption of emerging technologies that will help us in planning for the future?
    un-tethered digitally-rich learning free agent learners social learning View slide
  • The 3 E’s of Education Enabling Empowering Engaging View slide
  • Speak Up 2010
    • 294,399 K-12 students
    • 42,267 parents
    • 35,525, teachers
    • 2,125 library media staff
    • 3,578 administrators
    • 6,541 public & private schools
  • Key Trends
    • Mobile Learning – leveraging anytime, anywhere, un-tethered learning
    • Online & Blended Learning – self study, blended/hybrid learning
    • eTextbooks – digital textbooks
  • It’s in Their Pocket How can these devices change the learning paradigm?
  • Potential Benefits
    • High school students report they would use a mobile device at school:
      • check grades (74%)
      • take notes in class (59%)
      • use the calendar (50%)
      • access online textbooks (44%)
      • communicate via e-mail (44%)
      • learn about school activities (40%)
  • Tap into Uniqueness
    • WiFi, 3G/4G - Internet research anytime, anywhere (68%)
    • Text messaging – communicate & collaborate with teachers and peers (53%)
    • Video/audio – create & share (37%); record & review (35%)
  • Parents Speak Up
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  • Do You Speak The Language?
    • brb be right back
    • bytm better you than me
    • ctn can’t talk now
    • idk I don’t know
    • imho in my humble opinion
    • lho laughing head off
    • rofl rolling on floor laughing
    • tmrw tomorrow
    • f2f free to talk?
    • g2g got to go
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  • Biggest Obstacle
    • Students’ inability to use their own cell phone, smart phone, MP3 player in school (53%)
    • “ Power down” at the door
  • A Shared Vision?
  • Digital Learning Environment
    • Students are…
    • Working independently
    • Working in small groups
    • Intellectual activity generating noise
    • Debating meaning if content
    • Experimenting & collecting data
    • Creating video with images and music to explain concepts
    • Teachers are…
    • Orchestrating the environment
    • Personalizing instruction
    • Working with individual students, small groups
    • Facilitating learning
    • Resource to help students’ achieve independent goals
  • Where is the Technology?
  • Digital Disconnect
    • “ Is your school doing a good job using technology to enhance learning and/or student achievement?”
      • Teachers – 74%
      • Principals – 72%
      • Parents – 62%
      • Students – 47%