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  • Inquiry learning is a form of active learning, where progress is assessed by how well students develop experimental and analytical skills rather than how much knowledge they possess. Inquiry learning emphasizes constructivist ideas of learning. Knowledge is built in a step-wise fashion. Learning proceeds best in group situations. The teacher does not begin with a statement, but with a question. Posing questions for students to solve is a more effective method of instruction in many areas. This allows the students to search for information and learn on their own with the teacher's guidance. The topic, problem to be studied, and methods used to answer this problem are determined by the student and not the teacher (this is an example of the 3rd level of the Herron Scale)
  • Active mobile accounts continue to grow dramatically, and the supporting infrastructure continues to expand both in urban and remote areas. The number of mobile devices produced and purchased each year continues to grow, and the new devices like the iPad and its counterparts are expanding our notions of portability As more people choose to reach for a mobile rather than sitting at a desk to access the Internet, our views and behaviors about that access are shifting. Specialized applications are available that, for many, replace a standard web browser for mobile access. It is not unusual to use several different applications to access online financial information, read and contribute to social networking sites, check email, browse and upload media, and so on. Tasks that once were gathered into a single piece of software — the web browser — are now distributed among many specialized (and optimized) applications. Easy mobile access also means that the full range of networked information and applications accompany us wherever we go. The Internet is no longer something that is piped into homes and offices via a cable anchored to the wall; it is a pervasive, ever-present entity, accessible from anywhere there is a cell signal.
  • Active mobile accounts continue to grow dramatically, and the supporting infrastructure continues to expand both in urban and remote areas. The number of mobile devices produced and purchased each year continues to grow, and the new devices like the iPad and its counterparts are expanding our notions of portability As more people choose to reach for a mobile rather than sitting at a desk to access the Internet, our views and behaviors about that access are shifting. Specialized applications are available that, for many, replace a standard web browser for mobile access. It is not unusual to use several different applications to access online financial information, read and contribute to social networking sites, check email, browse and upload media, and so on. Tasks that once were gathered into a single piece of software — the web browser — are now distributed among many specialized (and optimized) applications. Easy mobile access also means that the full range of networked information and applications accompany us wherever we go. The Internet is no longer something that is piped into homes and offices via a cable anchored to the wall; it is a pervasive, ever-present entity, accessible from anywhere there is a cell signal.
  • Dialogue between learners and teachers Collaboration between learners and teachers – apps, social network applications, other web based tools that can be used on the go like google docs etc. Interacting with others and using interactive applications to check knowledge, research, post research results (e.g your own e books, publications) Look at the apps on the devices and you will see every different person using these devices has added their own content – their own applications. Think about how it could change the approach to teaching and learning. Michael Wesch?
  • Dialogue between learners and teachers Collaboration between learners and teachers – apps, social network applications, other web based tools that can be used on the go like google docs etc. Interacting with others and using interactive applications to check knowledge, research, post research results (e.g your own e books, publications) Look at the apps on the devices and you will see every different person using these devices has added their own content – their own applications. Think about how it could change the approach to teaching and learning. Michael Wesch?

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  • JISC RSC YH Roadshow
  • What is an RSC YH Roadshow
      • We bring the technology to you
      • The focus is on teaching, learning & training
      • Collaborative scenario planning based activities
      • Outcomes
  • The Scenarios
      • Learner Focused
      • Reflection on learner needs/Course Team planning
      • Creative and innovative use of the technology in your teaching & learning
      • Personalisation
  • The activities
      • Collaborative Learning
      • Active Learning
      • Inquiry based learning
      • Curriculum Design
        • What needs to be learned?
        • What resources will this require?
        • How will this be assessed?
  • The technology Apple i-Pad Samsung Galaxy
  • The New Generation of Notepads Google Android Tablet HP Touchpad Blackberry Playbook
  • Applications
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  • Android Apps
  • iTunes U
  • iTunes U
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  • Web based resources
      • www.netvibes.com
      • Wikis
      • Blogs
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Web based resources integrated with:
        • Video
        • Audio
        • QR Codes
        • e books
      • Anytime, Anywhere – Convergence of technologies
  • Why make it mobile
      • QR Codes
      • Anytime, Anywhere
    http://www.qrstuff.com/
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  • Enabling ….
      • Social Learning
      • Collaboration
      • Interactivity
      • Personalisation
  • Now …
      • An overview of Diigo, Kathy Boyer
      • Mobile Learning, Chris Barber
      • Video Production, Kevin Campbell-Wright
  • Over to you ….
      • Playtime