(Turkish translation) mLearning: Theory, opportunities and use

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  • Merhaba
  • Note to translator: SMS is text message, MMS is picture message. GPS is “global positioning service”--Child devices (pen on tether) to adult (= easily broken)
  • Step 1: Learn outside classStep 2: Use that to improve class
  • A basic “feature phone”
  • IPSOS KMG places mobile phone ownership at 92%In this presentation, we presume students have their own hardware. A teacher might buy a phone for receiving info, for classes.
  • US Department of Education analysis
  • It’s a personal device. What is their personal life like?
  • Performance is last: Save high stakes for when Teacher is present
  • Rubric for pairing technology and teaching
  • Note to translator: Don’t translate “Cambridge University Press” or “Limitless Horizons, LLC”
  • Note to translator: Don’t translate “Flurry.com”
  • Note to translator: Don’t translate “Pronunciation: Clear Speech”Note to translator, see notes on slide 17 regarding “special needs”--Popular in a special needs context.
  • Note to translator: Don’t translate “Cambridge Dictionaries”--This is not a gameNote social icons on website
  • Note to translator: Don’t translate “Math in a Minute”
  • One thing glossed over here is technology maintenance. Do you need IT staff? Do students have their own?
  • Note to translator: “Special needs” includes autism, Asperger’s, speech and motor impairments…Note to translator: “Tumblr” is a company name, so is “Flickr”
  • (Turkish translation) mLearning: Theory, opportunities and use

    1. 1. mLearning: Theory, opportunities, and use mÖğrenme: Teori, fırsatlar ve kullanımPresented to the Turkish Private Schools Association Türkiye Özel Okullar Birliği için hazırlanmıştır Roderick Gammon January 2012
    2. 2. Personal mobile devices Kişisel Mobil CihazlarVReader iPhone Netbook Leapster Nintendo DS & iPadGalaxy Sony PSP
    3. 3. Mobile /Mobil• Extending learning to outside the class• Öğrenmeyi sınıf dışına taşır Personal/Kişisel• Bringing outside experience into class• Dışarıdaki deneyimleri sınıf içine taşır
    4. 4. A focus on phones/ Telefonlara bir bakışUseful features /Yararlı Özellikler• Camera / Kamera• Email-SMS-MMS /E posta-SMS-MMS• Write-Type/ Yazı - Tür• Audio play-record / Ses oynatıcı- ses kayıt• Maps & GPS / Harita &GPS
    5. 5. A focus on phones in Turkey*Türkiye’deki* telefonlara bir bakış As of 2010 / 2010 itibariyle • 44% internet access / % 44 internet erişimi – Top 5 in Europe / Avrupa’da ilk 5’te – 32.7 hours per user in August /Ağustos’ta kullanıcı başına 32.7 saat – 35% use to plan travel / %35 tatil planı yapmak için kullanıyor – 76% within ages 16-24/ %35 16-24 yaş arası • 78% mobile phone ownership /%78 cep telefonu sahibi • 23.7% smartphone ownership / %23.7 akıllı cep telefonu sahibi*2011, European travel commission / Avrupa Seyahat Komisyonu http://www.newmediatrendwatch.com/regional-overview/103-europe
    6. 6. When introducing mobile consider:Cep telefonu sunarken şunları göz önünde bulundurun:Learner: When, where will they engage?Öğrenen: Ne zaman ve nerede dahil oluyorlar?Knowledge: What is the focus and purpose?Bilgi: Odak noktası ve amaç nedir?Assessment: How will performance be observed?Değerlendirme: Performans nasıl gözlemlenecek?Community: How will it impact the class context?Topluluk: Sınıf içeriğini nasıl etkileyecek?
    7. 7. Learner / ÖğrenenWhat are the opportunities? /Fırsatlar nelerdir? • Pre-class prep / Ders öncesi hazırlık • In-class activities /Sınıf içi etkinlikler • Dedicated study and assignments / Derse ve ödevlere adanmışlık • Self-directed study /Kendi kendini yönlendirerek çalışma • Unexpected free time / Beklenmedik serbest zaman What is the student’s day like? / Öğrencinin günü nasıl geçer?
    8. 8. Knowledge / BilgiWhere is the learner in the study lifecycle?Öğrenen çalışma yaşam döngüsünün neresinde yeralır? • Pre-enrollment / Ön-kayıt • Enrolled / Kayıt • Certification / Belge alma • Performance support /Performans Desteği Curriculum + relationship to it Müfredat+ ve müfredatla ilişki
    9. 9. Assessment / DeğerlendirmeWhat is the learner’s progress towards theirlearning purpose?Öğrenenin öğrenme hedefine yönelik ilerlemesinasıldır? • Time on task / Görev üzerinde harcadığı zaman • Type of content / İçerik türü • Engagement / • Performance / Performans Assessment as a prompt for engagement
    10. 10. Community: EducationalContexts / Topluluk: Eğitim İçerikleri Student:Teacher Person:Technology Example mediaClassroom *:1 *:1 InteractiveSınıf whiteboard, projectorsMedia lab *:1 1:1 Desktop PCs,Medya lab audio recordings, netbooks/tabletsPersonal study 1:0 1:1 Mobile phone,Kişisel Çalışma netbookGroup study, *:0 1:2…n Paper and pencilin-person to latestGrup çalışması consumer techGroup 2,0 *:* 1:1 Social networkGrup 2,0 spaces
    11. 11. Example eLearning on iOS iOS üzerinde eÖğrenme örneğiCambridge University Press• Pronunciation (any age) / Telaffuz (her yaş)• 2 views of the same reference (secondary +) /Aynı referanstan 2 görüş (orta öğretim +)Limitless Horizons, LLC• Arithmetic (primary) / Aritmetik (ilk okul)
    12. 12. eLearning apps on iOSiOS üzerinde eÖğrenme uygulamalarıHow they are used* / Nasıl kullanılırlar*• Engagement: • 22% for 2-3 minutes per session • 23% 3-10 minutes• Frequency: 2 sessions a day* Data on particular eLearning apps via Flurry.com
    13. 13. Pronunciation: Clear Speech • Focused on one skill • Teacher-developed • Casual gaming • Audio + physical response • Any age
    14. 14. Cambridge Dictionaries • General reference • Secondary + • Multilingual • Multidevice (web and app)
    15. 15. Math in a Minute • Arithmetic only • No writing required • For young children • Assessment as activity • Scoring/progress as motivation
    16. 16. Before introducingTarget audience closely• Daily & study lifecycles• AgeIsolate skills, outputs and inputs• Input difficulty
    17. 17. Putting into practiceUpgrading current methods• Distributing presentation podcasts, notes & slides• Send questions before, during class: SMS, Twitter• Special needs: From single to multipurpose devicesCollaboration ideas (free)• Digital stories: Tumblr, Create presentations• Photo hunt: Flickr, Maps
    18. 18. Thank youRoderick Gammon Personal blog: http://lh-llc.com Cambridge University Press: http://www.cambridgemobileapps.com/ http://www.cambridge.org/us/esl/multimedia Email: ra.gammon@gmail.com

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