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Presentation given for a workshop on using Mobile Technologies inside the classroom at the 2013 London International Conference on Education.

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  1. 1. Getting Close with Mobile Technologies in the Classroom - Adam Blackwood - A.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk @Adamrsc
  2. 2. Tasks: Have a go….. Contact Details: Adam Blackwood Email: A.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk Twitter: @Adamrsc Website: www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/southeast Your comments / questions..? …My Answers tomorrow http://p-qr.com/link3 How was the lesson? NFC App for Android Link to all the Links http://p-qr.com/ehandout http://p-qr.com/link2 http://p-qr.com/link22 Room No. 20116 E-Assessment Task! http://p-qr.com/socrative E-Book for Android http://tiny.cc/wattpadforandroid E-Book for iPhone http://tiny.cc/wattpadforapple Revision cards & more http://www.studystack.com E-Book for Blackberry http://tiny.cc/wattpadforblackberry
  3. 3. Mobile phones.. Mobile Phone x Smart Phone x x QR Codes NFC How mobile is this room? x Pro Mobiles in the classroom x
  4. 4. Rules for this session • Turn Mobile Phones on silent • Please use your QR Code Readers. • Carry the courses notes from today’s lesson on the Wattpad book with the tag #RSCSE • Leave all mobile phones on the desk infront of you. • Ask permission if you want to use them for something other than the task sessions I set please. • The Twitter Hash Tag for Todays Course is.. #RSCSE
  5. 5. Rules for this session • Turn Mobile Phones on silent • Please use your QR Code Readers. • Carry the courses notes from today’s lesson on the Wattpad book with the tag #RSCSE • Leave all mobile phones on the desk infront of you. • Ask permission if you want to use them for something other than the task sessions I set please. • The Twitter Hash Tag for Todays Course is.. #RSCSE
  6. 6. An introductory lesson on Mobile Devices. Covering using • The Phone – Bluetooth: • What is it? • Your personal security. • Device Names – Can you change yours? – Data: • Data and WiFi & Chat etc • Phones and SMS and 3G – Texting & Survey – Charging devices in the college: Procedures • How they will be used on this course to help you. • Texting, Q&A, • Receiving Revision Files • Google • Dictionaries (online and downloadable apps). • Evidence gathering tools (Camera, Video, notes)
  7. 7. Got a QR Code Reader? http://tiny.cc/qrcodereaderforandroid http://tiny.cc/qrcodereaderforapple http://tiny.cc/qrcodereaderforblackberry
  8. 8. Rules PowerPoint
  9. 9. 3 14 19 4 6 9 1 10 12 15 16 18 20 26 23 27 28 24
  10. 10. What is NFC
  11. 11. http://tiny.cc/bluetoothdoc
  12. 12. How does NFC Work?
  13. 13. How does NFC Work?
  14. 14. 1K 64 bytes
  15. 15. So… why bother?
  16. 16. Smart Posters • • • • Smart Posters Smart Objects Tracking – Send a message from locations Programming Actions on Phones for different locations • Accessibility • Registration (Note to self!!  main menu!)
  17. 17. QR Codes – Making the phone do something…
  18. 18. Re-Direct Sites…. Allow the Same QR Codes to be re-directed to other links, resources
  19. 19. Re-Direct Sites (Digital Signposting) The ability to easily update Hard Copy Resources with Digital signposts
  20. 20. Run a Video Update a FaceBook or Google+ Site for a project with location Run an audio file Link to an eHandout Send a Text Email Text Information …??? Re-Direct Site Example Re-Direct Sites: http://p-qr.com http://tiny.cc http://kimtag.com
  21. 21. Tap and Go Registration? Poken.com
  22. 22. Personalised Learning the cards
  23. 23. QR Codes (Using a colour coded standard for the whole course or department) ReCustomisable easy to write down web links Video Summary of todays lesson An Information Table Menu Re-Customisable for each Lesson Quick NFC Link Text Introduction to Lesson Content Audio Introduction Tutors Contact details – Take a picture quickly.
  24. 24. ROOM C5 http://p-qr.com/room5 If room is Locked at the start of your class, scan the QR Code or Visit the Web Link for more information
  25. 25. Making Mobile work • • • • • • • • • • Animated GIFs Ebooks, WattPad QR Codes Enhanced Handouts URL Shortners Twitter iPadio EverNote GPS Mapping Mobeedo • • • • • • • • • • Mobile Websites Mobile Surveys Text Walls Twitter Votes Digital Note Taking – PicSay Bluetooth GIF Flashcards AR Electronic Registers
  26. 26. Evidence Capturing Tools from a student’s phone.. Uses: Tell students to use one of the picture annotation apps available for phones to capture evidence of their progress and achievements using their camera phone and explained using annotations. These can then be sent directly to the tutor via bluetooth or email… Note: Download for Android… • http://tiny.cc/picsay
  27. 27. EverNote – Versatile Cloud solution for taking notes Uses: Students could use this app as a way of taking media rich notes which include pictures, audio and video as well as text. • http://www.evernote.com/
  28. 28. eBooks – Publish your own course materials for students to carry with them Kindle • Cross Platform • Publish your own books • Option to charge for materials WattPad • Easy Self Publishing for existing word documents • Cross platform
  29. 29. View all the notes online via Wattpad at home. Have a Smartphone? Take away the notes now ! Simply download the FREE Wattpad app to your phone and search for the eBook that contains all the notes for this workshop. http://tiny.cc/wattpadforandroid 5439096 Search for this unique ID in Wattpad on your phone http://tiny.cc/wattpadforblackberry http://tiny.cc/wattpadforapple
  30. 30. Audio Feedback • Use – Mobile Phone – Direct to your computer – Cheap MP3 Recorder – Excellent Student reviews – Easy for students to share and review – Faster / easier for staff – Digital copies for moderators FREE Course Resources: http://tiny.cc/usingaudiofeedback
  31. 31. http://www.pixelsandpills.com/tweeder/
  32. 32. http://www.pixelsandpills.com/tweeder/

Editor's Notes

  • Adam BlackwoodJisc Regional Support Centre South EastUniversity of KentA.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk@Adamrsc
  • Available on the web at: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q3vqVu_VWGL2zYpmIjr370vvn7-auJwHHZww2tc37GQ/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000#slide=id.p
  • The make up of the Audience at the the LICE Workshop
  • Show students the rules for using mobile devices as part of your course. Using a flashing GIF Icon (top left) to indicate to students slides which you have specifically created and formatted that would be useful to take pictures of during a lesson with their mobile phone.
  • Flashing GIF icon to indicate to students a slide that has been specially created and formatted as a useful one slide to capture on their mobile phones. A ‘photo summary slide.’
  • ‘Mobile Devices for Your Learning’ Induction lessons for students might cover these sorts of topics. Develop your own and proactively change the way students view their mobile phones and their behaviour of mobile phones in the classroom.
  • If you need a QR Code Reader for your phone, try these links.
  • First Menu Slide for the presentation.
  • Choose a number…. Ideas to explore during the presentation – StudyStack, Value of Twitter, Programmable QR Codes, NFC and ‘Smart Posters’, re-programmable NFC ‘Smart Wrist Bands’, A registration solution using NFC and Pokens. Simple eBooks solutions for tutor to create using Wattpad. Evidence Capture solutions using picture annotation apps such as PicSay and Skitch. More efficient note taking for students using Evernote. Simple Assessment, Survey and possibly Registration solutions using Google Docs and Google Forms.
  • Showing where NFC technology sits with regards to all the various forms of wireless technologies, including phone.
  • NFC (Near Field Communication) .. Has a very short distance of response, about 4cms.
  • NFC (Near Field Communication ) tags require power from the Source device to be able to send their information back.
  • Types of NFC (Near Field Communication) products and some ideas that could be used educationally.
  • An example of an Android app that allows you to program NFC tags.
  • Use QR Codes to trigger a large range of actions on your student’s mobile phones.
  • Use Re-Direct sites to add a lot more useful functionality to your use of QR codes.
  • A potential ‘Tap and Go’ Registration solution using Poken technologies.
  • What a Poken Time line looks like.
  • Using Personalised cards, provide individual support to students using the features of re-programmable QR Code sites.
  • Make the Classroom Environment – Mobile friendly with carefully thought out ‘Mobile Ready’ desk furniture…
  • Create Mobile Ready spaces on student’s desks to help promote a positive approach to using mobile devices inside your classroom. The use of Re-programmable links fixed firmly to the desk helps them to engage with active and relevant content during the lesson. The ‘place’ for them to place their mobile phones during the lesson will help give a tutor a chance of better managing the use of mobile devices during the lesson.
  • By combining the use of QR codes and NFC tages with re-direct sites such as p-qr, you can create high quality re-useable resources and move away from printing 30, 50 or 100 hanouts each time. In this presentation, I use an eHandout created in Google Docs. Everything is updatable and re-useable, .. It saves me time !!
  • Use ‘Smart Signage’ on Classroom doors. – Students would get into the habit of scanning a QR Code on the door if it is locked and there is no tutor there. They could then read messages such as “Hello Class 3B, I am late at the moment. Could you please go and do the exercise in the library”
  • Evidence capturing solutions using Picture Annotation apps.
  • Evidence capture – Using a picture annotation tool on a mobile phone. Suggest to students they could use their phone to more quickly and usefully, capture evidence of field trip, classroom and workshop activities… where appropriate. (eg: PicSay on Android or Skitch for iPhone)
  • eBooks can be used for enhancing students learning. Look at WattPad !
  • Use Audio Feedback… BIG time saver, lots of advantages ONCE you have had the time to invest with using it. But worth investing that effort in.
  • Twitter – Take it a little seriously.. Possibly the most useful tool you could take away from this session!!
  • Research scientists using Twitter…
  • Adam BlackwoodJisc Regional Support Centre South EastUniversity of KentA.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk@Adamrsc
  • Description

    Presentation given for a workshop on using Mobile Technologies inside the classroom at the 2013 London International Conference on Education.

    Transcript

    1. 1. Getting Close with Mobile Technologies in the Classroom - Adam Blackwood - A.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk @Adamrsc
    2. 2. Tasks: Have a go….. Contact Details: Adam Blackwood Email: A.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk Twitter: @Adamrsc Website: www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/southeast Your comments / questions..? …My Answers tomorrow http://p-qr.com/link3 How was the lesson? NFC App for Android Link to all the Links http://p-qr.com/ehandout http://p-qr.com/link2 http://p-qr.com/link22 Room No. 20116 E-Assessment Task! http://p-qr.com/socrative E-Book for Android http://tiny.cc/wattpadforandroid E-Book for iPhone http://tiny.cc/wattpadforapple Revision cards & more http://www.studystack.com E-Book for Blackberry http://tiny.cc/wattpadforblackberry
    3. 3. Mobile phones.. Mobile Phone x Smart Phone x x QR Codes NFC How mobile is this room? x Pro Mobiles in the classroom x
    4. 4. Rules for this session • Turn Mobile Phones on silent • Please use your QR Code Readers. • Carry the courses notes from today’s lesson on the Wattpad book with the tag #RSCSE • Leave all mobile phones on the desk infront of you. • Ask permission if you want to use them for something other than the task sessions I set please. • The Twitter Hash Tag for Todays Course is.. #RSCSE
    5. 5. Rules for this session • Turn Mobile Phones on silent • Please use your QR Code Readers. • Carry the courses notes from today’s lesson on the Wattpad book with the tag #RSCSE • Leave all mobile phones on the desk infront of you. • Ask permission if you want to use them for something other than the task sessions I set please. • The Twitter Hash Tag for Todays Course is.. #RSCSE
    6. 6. An introductory lesson on Mobile Devices. Covering using • The Phone – Bluetooth: • What is it? • Your personal security. • Device Names – Can you change yours? – Data: • Data and WiFi & Chat etc • Phones and SMS and 3G – Texting & Survey – Charging devices in the college: Procedures • How they will be used on this course to help you. • Texting, Q&A, • Receiving Revision Files • Google • Dictionaries (online and downloadable apps). • Evidence gathering tools (Camera, Video, notes)
    7. 7. Got a QR Code Reader? http://tiny.cc/qrcodereaderforandroid http://tiny.cc/qrcodereaderforapple http://tiny.cc/qrcodereaderforblackberry
    8. 8. Rules PowerPoint
    9. 9. 3 14 19 4 6 9 1 10 12 15 16 18 20 26 23 27 28 24
    10. 10. What is NFC
    11. 11. http://tiny.cc/bluetoothdoc
    12. 12. How does NFC Work?
    13. 13. How does NFC Work?
    14. 14. 1K 64 bytes
    15. 15. So… why bother?
    16. 16. Smart Posters • • • • Smart Posters Smart Objects Tracking – Send a message from locations Programming Actions on Phones for different locations • Accessibility • Registration (Note to self!!  main menu!)
    17. 17. QR Codes – Making the phone do something…
    18. 18. Re-Direct Sites…. Allow the Same QR Codes to be re-directed to other links, resources
    19. 19. Re-Direct Sites (Digital Signposting) The ability to easily update Hard Copy Resources with Digital signposts
    20. 20. Run a Video Update a FaceBook or Google+ Site for a project with location Run an audio file Link to an eHandout Send a Text Email Text Information …??? Re-Direct Site Example Re-Direct Sites: http://p-qr.com http://tiny.cc http://kimtag.com
    21. 21. Tap and Go Registration? Poken.com
    22. 22. Personalised Learning the cards
    23. 23. QR Codes (Using a colour coded standard for the whole course or department) ReCustomisable easy to write down web links Video Summary of todays lesson An Information Table Menu Re-Customisable for each Lesson Quick NFC Link Text Introduction to Lesson Content Audio Introduction Tutors Contact details – Take a picture quickly.
    24. 24. ROOM C5 http://p-qr.com/room5 If room is Locked at the start of your class, scan the QR Code or Visit the Web Link for more information
    25. 25. Making Mobile work • • • • • • • • • • Animated GIFs Ebooks, WattPad QR Codes Enhanced Handouts URL Shortners Twitter iPadio EverNote GPS Mapping Mobeedo • • • • • • • • • • Mobile Websites Mobile Surveys Text Walls Twitter Votes Digital Note Taking – PicSay Bluetooth GIF Flashcards AR Electronic Registers
    26. 26. Evidence Capturing Tools from a student’s phone.. Uses: Tell students to use one of the picture annotation apps available for phones to capture evidence of their progress and achievements using their camera phone and explained using annotations. These can then be sent directly to the tutor via bluetooth or email… Note: Download for Android… • http://tiny.cc/picsay
    27. 27. EverNote – Versatile Cloud solution for taking notes Uses: Students could use this app as a way of taking media rich notes which include pictures, audio and video as well as text. • http://www.evernote.com/
    28. 28. eBooks – Publish your own course materials for students to carry with them Kindle • Cross Platform • Publish your own books • Option to charge for materials WattPad • Easy Self Publishing for existing word documents • Cross platform
    29. 29. View all the notes online via Wattpad at home. Have a Smartphone? Take away the notes now ! Simply download the FREE Wattpad app to your phone and search for the eBook that contains all the notes for this workshop. http://tiny.cc/wattpadforandroid 5439096 Search for this unique ID in Wattpad on your phone http://tiny.cc/wattpadforblackberry http://tiny.cc/wattpadforapple
    30. 30. Audio Feedback • Use – Mobile Phone – Direct to your computer – Cheap MP3 Recorder – Excellent Student reviews – Easy for students to share and review – Faster / easier for staff – Digital copies for moderators FREE Course Resources: http://tiny.cc/usingaudiofeedback
    31. 31. http://www.pixelsandpills.com/tweeder/
    32. 32. http://www.pixelsandpills.com/tweeder/

    Editor's Notes

  • Adam BlackwoodJisc Regional Support Centre South EastUniversity of KentA.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk@Adamrsc
  • Available on the web at: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Q3vqVu_VWGL2zYpmIjr370vvn7-auJwHHZww2tc37GQ/pub?start=false&loop=false&delayms=3000#slide=id.p
  • The make up of the Audience at the the LICE Workshop
  • Show students the rules for using mobile devices as part of your course. Using a flashing GIF Icon (top left) to indicate to students slides which you have specifically created and formatted that would be useful to take pictures of during a lesson with their mobile phone.
  • Flashing GIF icon to indicate to students a slide that has been specially created and formatted as a useful one slide to capture on their mobile phones. A ‘photo summary slide.’
  • ‘Mobile Devices for Your Learning’ Induction lessons for students might cover these sorts of topics. Develop your own and proactively change the way students view their mobile phones and their behaviour of mobile phones in the classroom.
  • If you need a QR Code Reader for your phone, try these links.
  • First Menu Slide for the presentation.
  • Choose a number…. Ideas to explore during the presentation – StudyStack, Value of Twitter, Programmable QR Codes, NFC and ‘Smart Posters’, re-programmable NFC ‘Smart Wrist Bands’, A registration solution using NFC and Pokens. Simple eBooks solutions for tutor to create using Wattpad. Evidence Capture solutions using picture annotation apps such as PicSay and Skitch. More efficient note taking for students using Evernote. Simple Assessment, Survey and possibly Registration solutions using Google Docs and Google Forms.
  • Showing where NFC technology sits with regards to all the various forms of wireless technologies, including phone.
  • NFC (Near Field Communication) .. Has a very short distance of response, about 4cms.
  • NFC (Near Field Communication ) tags require power from the Source device to be able to send their information back.
  • Types of NFC (Near Field Communication) products and some ideas that could be used educationally.
  • An example of an Android app that allows you to program NFC tags.
  • Use QR Codes to trigger a large range of actions on your student’s mobile phones.
  • Use Re-Direct sites to add a lot more useful functionality to your use of QR codes.
  • A potential ‘Tap and Go’ Registration solution using Poken technologies.
  • What a Poken Time line looks like.
  • Using Personalised cards, provide individual support to students using the features of re-programmable QR Code sites.
  • Make the Classroom Environment – Mobile friendly with carefully thought out ‘Mobile Ready’ desk furniture…
  • Create Mobile Ready spaces on student’s desks to help promote a positive approach to using mobile devices inside your classroom. The use of Re-programmable links fixed firmly to the desk helps them to engage with active and relevant content during the lesson. The ‘place’ for them to place their mobile phones during the lesson will help give a tutor a chance of better managing the use of mobile devices during the lesson.
  • By combining the use of QR codes and NFC tages with re-direct sites such as p-qr, you can create high quality re-useable resources and move away from printing 30, 50 or 100 hanouts each time. In this presentation, I use an eHandout created in Google Docs. Everything is updatable and re-useable, .. It saves me time !!
  • Use ‘Smart Signage’ on Classroom doors. – Students would get into the habit of scanning a QR Code on the door if it is locked and there is no tutor there. They could then read messages such as “Hello Class 3B, I am late at the moment. Could you please go and do the exercise in the library”
  • Evidence capturing solutions using Picture Annotation apps.
  • Evidence capture – Using a picture annotation tool on a mobile phone. Suggest to students they could use their phone to more quickly and usefully, capture evidence of field trip, classroom and workshop activities… where appropriate. (eg: PicSay on Android or Skitch for iPhone)
  • eBooks can be used for enhancing students learning. Look at WattPad !
  • Use Audio Feedback… BIG time saver, lots of advantages ONCE you have had the time to invest with using it. But worth investing that effort in.
  • Twitter – Take it a little seriously.. Possibly the most useful tool you could take away from this session!!
  • Research scientists using Twitter…
  • Adam BlackwoodJisc Regional Support Centre South EastUniversity of KentA.Blackwood@kent.ac.uk@Adamrsc
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