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  • 1. Toni Twiss www.tonitwiss.com/mobile eFellow 2008 Christchurch, New Zealand October 2008
  • 2. Mobile Phones in Classrooms
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      • Learning that happens across locations, or that takes advantage of learning opportunities offered by portable technologies
      • en.wikipedia.orgwiki/M-learning
  • 4. Worldwide there are 2.5 billion mobile users
  • 5. During May in Britain this year...
      • 6.5 Billion
      • 46.5 Million
      • 16 Million
  • 6. Vodafone 715
    • Basic 3G phone
    • $145 on prepay
    • Free on a 24 month contract
  • 7. Use students' mobile phones to bring experiences from outside the classroom inside
  • 8. Bring the learning from field trips back in to the classroom
  • 9. Documenting a Process
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  • 20. 2008 Horizon Report 2-3 Years: Mobile Broadband
  • 21. The Mobile Web
  • 22. 2008 Horizon Report Today, mobiles are increasingly about networking on the go. Better displays and new interfaces make it easier to interact with an ever-expanding variety of content—not just content formatted specially for mobiles, but nearly any content available on the Internet. Mobiles now keep us in touch in almost all the ways that laptops used to: with email, web browsing, photos and videos, documents, searching and shopping—all available anywhere without the need to find a hotspot or a power outlet.
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  • 26. Can the digital immigrants teach the digital natives?
  • 27. Information Literacy What skills do our students need? What skills do our teachers need?
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  • 30. QR Codes and Readers
  • 31. Why go on the internet on your mobile?
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  • 34. www.tonitwiss.com/mobile
  • 35. Images
    • Slide 8: http://gorgeousgeography.wordpress.com/
    • Slide 19: teavuihuang.com/tvh-72g
    • Slide 24: source unknown – but the picture was too good not to use :)‏
    • Slide 23: http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/
    • Slide 25: http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/
    • Slide 26: http://flickr.com/photos/torres21/464642050/sizes/o/in/set-72057594087419481/
    • Slide 28: http://flickr.com/photos/vermininc/
    • Slide 29: http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/