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How To Use Mobile Technology for Engaging & Successful Learning & Teaching

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  • 1. HOW TO USEMOBILETECHNOLOGYFor engaging and successfullearning and teaching
  • 2. What ismobile?
  • 3. &smartphones tablets
  • 4. What makesmobileunique?
  • 5. 1. Connectivity2. Portability3. Utility4. Ubiquity
  • 6. COnnectivityConnectivity relates to the inherentconnection to the internet that power mobiledevices.
  • 7. PORTAbilityPortability extends to the physical design ofthe hardware and the ability to make contentand data portable.
  • 8. UtilityThe Utility of a mobile device comes fromsoftware which makes them incrediblyflexible, adaptable and permeable.
  • 9. UBIQUITYThere are more mobile phones on the planetthan radios, bank accounts, credit cards,televisions, landlines and automobiles.
  • 10. There are now more devicesrunning mobile operating systemsthan Windows.22 percent of the worlds webcontent is consumed on mobiledevices.
  • 11. 1 BILLIONSMARTPHONES ARE IN USE WORLDWIDE53%of Australians have a smartphoneMOBILE PHONE SATURATION IN AUSTRALIA IS MORE THAN130%
  • 12. of internet traffic traverses the wireless network increase in wireless74%of CSU students own a connectionsSMARTPHONE increase in wireless traffic since last year
  • 13. Why shouldwe usemobile ineducation?
  • 14. ...change
  • 15. Technological change...The POST-PCERA
  • 16. http://goo.gl/WsOhh
  • 17. Change in Learning Design...21st CENTURyEducation
  • 18. “The big shift isn’tthat content isdigital. It’s thatlearning culture isparticipatory.”Angela Meyers Hack Education http://hackeducation.com/
  • 19. http://goo.gl/zEU8A
  • 20. www.neverendingthesis.com
  • 21. HOW do weuse mobile?
  • 22. REDEFINITION TRANSFORMATION Tech allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable MODIFICATION Tech allows for significant task redesign AUGMENTATION Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, withENHANCEMENT functional improvement SUBSTITUTION Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change http://goo.gl/h8EZ5
  • 23. In other wordsMobile doesn’trequire wholesaleredevelopment ofyour subjects.
  • 24. SO lets putmobile towork
  • 25. ENGAGINGCONTENTSubstitutionLeverage Portability
  • 26. CONNECTwithSTUDENTSAugmentationLeverage Connectivity
  • 27. CONNECTwithSTUDENTSAugmentationLeverage Connectivity
  • 28. Shift theLearningSpaceModificationLeverage Ubiquity
  • 29. CSU Replay,iTunes U &Socrative
  • 30. USE APPSRedefinitionLeverage UtilityApps to TeachApps to Learn
  • 31. http://goo.gl/oC6p7
  • 32. PURPOSEDRIVESSUCCESS
  • 33. KEEP TALKING Twitter - @timklapdorBlog - timklapdor.wordpress.com
  • 34. IMAGE REFERENCES Social network in a course - http://goo.gl/XYjjD anyplace anywhere anytime - http://goo.gl/wHsii App Store - http://goo.gl/330xm“...I’m telling you I said 7, not 8...” - http://goo.gl/OpSii Geocaching - http://goo.gl/yHzmj Changed Priorities Ahead sign - http://goo.gl/Tdt9H iPaddr - http://goo.gl/eZ6Pc The iPhone 4 - http://goo.gl/Z8K3g Share This - http://goo.gl/ruyTj iPad Keyboard Dock - http://goo.gl/Z8Cnb Why I oughta... (Success Kid) - http://goo.gl/KYwVg Road - http://goo.gl/2RwSz

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