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Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro
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Education on the Move: Mobile Technologies, Online Platforms, and Pedagogy - BEA 2014 Presentation by Peter De Pietro

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Education with mobile technologies and online platforms is, for the most part, education on the move. It is education that is convenient to populations of students who for whatever reason cannot …

Education with mobile technologies and online platforms is, for the most part, education on the move. It is education that is convenient to populations of students who for whatever reason cannot commit to site- and time-specific class meetings. This kind of education serves a good purpose, by making education available to demographics of students, who, without mobile education, may not have any education. But in order for convenient education to produce quality learning, instructors must organize and structure the mobile and online presentation of educational content methodically and carefully. In a brick-and-mortar classroom, where course instruction occurs in a set place and time period, the regularity of place and time provide structure. With mobile and remote education, it is in the interest of both instructors and students for instructors to determine precisely when students will engage with educational content. Structuring the availability of learning information structures the educational experience. Structure can be created in a number of ways with technology: by date and time control mechanisms built into e-learning systems, with specialized client-side soft- ware, as well as with server-side controls on the computers storing the instructional data. With remote instruction, the technological framework is responsible for the
success of the pedagogy.

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    • 1. ON THE MOVE EDUCATION MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES, ONLINE PLATFORMS, AND PEDAGOGY PROF. PETER DE PIETRO
    • 2. MAN JOHN F. KENNEDY IS THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY COMPUTER OF ALL.
    • 3. PETER DE PIETRO STUDENTS ARE THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY COMPUTERS OF ALL.
    • 4. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
    • 5. TRANSFORMING EDUCATION WITH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY
    • 6. TRANSFORMING EDUCATION WITH MOBILE TECHNOLOGY NEW EDUCATION
    • 7. EW EDUCATION ENGAGEMENT Learning is interactive TECHNOLOGY Facile communication, robust information sharing CURRICULUM Successful pedagogy is an evolutionary one NEW EDUCATION
    • 8. EW EDUCATION ENGAGEMENT Learning is interactive TECHNOLOGY Facile communication, robust information sharing CURRICULUM Successful pedagogy is an evolutionary one NEW EDUCATION
    • 9. EW EDUCATION ENGAGEMENT Learning is interactive TECHNOLOGY Facile communication, robust information sharing CURRICULUM Successful pedagogy is an evolutionary one NEW EDUCATION
    • 10. EW EDUCATION ENGAGEMENT Learning is interactive TECHNOLOGY Facile communication, robust information sharing CURRICULUM Successful pedagogy is an evolutionary one NEW EDUCATION
    • 11. Mobile Devices NEW EDUCATION MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 12. MOBILE DEVICES EDUCATING WITH
    • 13. MOBILE EDUCATION Distance is not an impediment to the educational process
    • 14. Teaching does not have to be site or time specific Distance is not an impediment to the educational process MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 15. Teaching does not have to be site or time specific Distance is not an impediment to the educational process Learning can be an intuitive experience MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 16. Teaching does not have to be site or time specific Distance is not an impediment to the educational process E-learning systems, online platforms, and handheld devices spur pedagogic innovation Learning can be an intuitive experience MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 17. Course materials can available 24/7 MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 18. The learning experience can be non- linear, unstructured Course materials can available 24/7 MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 19. The learning experience can be non- linear, unstructured Course materials can available 24/7 There can be a lack of context for a course MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 20. The learning experience can be non- linear, unstructured Course materials can available 24/7 The educational experience can lack emotion There can be a lack of context for a course MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 21. The learning experience can be non- linear, unstructured Course materials can available 24/7 The educational experience can lack emotion There can be a lack of context for a course MOBILE EDUCATION
    • 22. CONSTANT INCONSTANCY WILLY NILLY FACTOR Mobile Devices
    • 23. DISTANCE NO “YOU GOT IT” Mobile Devices
    • 24. HOW TO AVOID?
    • 25. INTEGRATION CREATION MOBILE EDUCATION IMPLEMENTATION PEDAGOGY TECHNOLOGY MODEL
    • 26. CREATION PROGRAM HOW WHY
    • 27. PROGRAM CREATIONPROGRAM CREATION
    • 28. CASE STUDIES PARTICIPATORY PEDAGOGY 1 New Media Process and Product     PROGRAM CREATION
    • 29. CASE STUDIES PARTICIPATORY PEDAGOGY 1 New Media Process and Product SOCIAL MEDIA AND COLLABORATIVE LEARNING 2 Interacting with Literature on Facebook       PROGRAM CREATION
    • 30. CASE STUDIES PARTICIPATORY PEDAGOGY 1 New Media Process and Product SOCIAL MEDIA AND COLLABORATIVE LEARNING 2 Interacting with Literature on Facebook   MICROBLOGGING IN THE CLASSROOM 3    Engaging Students with Twitter PROGRAM CREATION
    • 31. CASE STUDIES INTERACTIVE CONTENT AND ONLINE AGENDA 4  Analysis of Content in Wikis     PROGRAM CREATION
    • 32. CASE STUDIES INTERACTIVE CONTENT AND ONLINE AGENDA 4  Analysis of Content in Wikis INTERDISCIPLINARY IDEA EXCHANGE 5  Conducting Research with Text Messaging     PROGRAM CREATION
    • 33. CASE STUDIES INTERACTIVE CONTENT AND ONLINE AGENDA 4  Analysis of Content in Wikis INTERDISCIPLINARY IDEA EXCHANGE 5  Conducting Research with Text Messaging THE POWER OF GAMES 6 Learning by Playing Games PROGRAM CREATION
    • 34. INTEGRATION PROGRAM
    • 35. PROGRAM INTEGRATION LEARNING OUTCOMES TECHNOLOGYPEDAGOGY
    • 36. PROGRAM INTEGRATION PLAN MTLC 33 33 33
    • 37. PROGRAM INTEGRATION MTLC DEMOGRAPHICS SUBJECTS TECHNOLOGIES 33 33 33
    • 38. PROGRAM INTEGRATION DEMOGRAPHIC 1 SUBJECT 1 SUBJECT 2 SUBJECT 3 TECHNOLOGY 1 TECH 2 TECH 3
    • 39. PROGRAM INTEGRATION DEMOGRAPHIC 1 SUBJECT 1 SUBJECT 2 SUBJECT 3 TECHNOLOGY 1 TECH 2 TECH 3
    • 40. PROGRAM INTEGRATION DEMOGRAPHIC 1 SUBJECT 1 SUBJECT 2 SUBJECT 3 TECHNOLOGY 1 TECH 2 TECH 3
    • 41. IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM
    • 42. CONCLUSION EMBRACE EDUCATION ON THE MOVE
    • 43. MOBILE EDUCATION EMBRACE EDUCATION ON THE MOVE PROVIDE PEDAGOGIC STRUCTURE AND CONTEXT CONCLUSION
    • 44. EMBRACE EDUCATION ON THE MOVE PROVIDE PEDAGOGIC STRUCTURE AND CONTEXT ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF MULTITASKING CONCLUSION
    • 45. EMBRACE EDUCATION ON THE MOVE PROVIDE PEDAGOGIC STRUCTURE AND CONTEXT ADDRESS THE ISSUE OF MULTITASKING CREATE PEDAGOGY FOR DEVICES CONCLUSION
    • 46. SECURE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO AVOID TECHNOLOGICAL OBSOLESCENCE CONCLUSION
    • 47. SECURE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO AVOID TECHNOLOGICAL OBSOLESCENCE DEVISE MEANINGFUL USER EXPERIENCES CONCLUSION
    • 48. SECURE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO AVOID TECHNOLOGICAL OBSOLESCENCE DEVISE MEANINGFUL USER EXPERIENCES FIND WAYS TO INFUSE EMOTION CONCLUSION
    • 49. SECURE FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO AVOID TECHNOLOGICAL OBSOLESCENCE DEVISE MEANINGFUL USER EXPERIENCES FIND WAYS TO INFUSE EMOTION CREATIVE INCENTIVE IN THE LEARNING EXPERIENCE CONCLUSION
    • 50. PETER DE PIETRO STUDENTS ARE THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY COMPUTERS OF ALL.
    • 51. ON THE MOVE EDUCATION MOBILE TECHNOLOGIES, ONLINE PLATFORMS, AND PEDAGOGY PROF. PETER DE PIETRO

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