MoLeNet<br />Raising achievement by the use of mobile  learning technologies<br />BND Sport (Sports Development, Coaching ...
MoLeNet<br />10 second year students were allocated a Fizzbook<br />Over a six month period they were interviewed as to ho...
Gender Mix of Students participating in trial<br />
What attributes do you think the Fizzbook has?<br />The majority of the students were aware of the Fizzbooks capabilities,...
How do you think the Fizzbook will help your learning at college? <br />The student’s perceptions of how the Fizzbook will...
How do you think the Fizzbook will help you? Students said:<br />1.To make work easier to do<br />2.i think it will help m...
Do you think your overall pass mark could be improved by one grade at the end of the year?<br />
How important are the following to you?<br />
Do you have access to an internet enabled computer at home?<br />
Conclusion<br />Click this link to view students’ feedback<br />
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  1. 1. MoLeNet<br />Raising achievement by the use of mobile learning technologies<br />BND Sport (Sports Development, Coaching and Fitness)<br />
  2. 2. MoLeNet<br />10 second year students were allocated a Fizzbook<br />Over a six month period they were interviewed as to how the Fizzbooks were helping them in their course<br />Student achievement in the second year was monitored and compared against first year achievement<br />The target was to raise final achievement by one grade <br />Can an increase in final grade be achieved by the allocation of Mobile learning Technologies? Not on its own, the allocation of equipment is key, students with long journeys, no or restricted access to the internet benefited the most.<br />
  3. 3. Gender Mix of Students participating in trial<br />
  4. 4. What attributes do you think the Fizzbook has?<br />The majority of the students were aware of the Fizzbooks capabilities, although there were gaps in there understanding of its capabilities. Training has been booked.<br />
  5. 5. How do you think the Fizzbook will help your learning at college? <br />The student’s perceptions of how the Fizzbook will help are all positive, access to the internet is perceived as being key, as is the ability to roam.<br />
  6. 6. How do you think the Fizzbook will help you? Students said:<br />1.To make work easier to do<br />2.i think it will help me be more motivated to do my work on time as i can use it whenever wherever, I usually have lack of time so work is in late sometimes<br />3. the fizzbook has helped me with my work as I can now take my work into college with me.<br />4. With my laptop not currently working I have to use my desktop PC which is slower & not able to move around as well as the Fizzbook<br />5. I think it will help me learn as I will be able to access all the coursework & assignments given out and be able to have the internet on the move whenever I need it.<br />6. it will help me access information needed to complete assignments anytime and anywhere, which will help to do the assignments on time.<br />7. it will help a great deal because I do not have a working pc at home, my sister has a laptop but she needs it for her uni work there fore id have to go college or library to do my work but this fizzbook device will allow me do work at home at any time and any where. And because its wireless I can do work while relaxing in my bed.<br />
  7. 7. Do you think your overall pass mark could be improved by one grade at the end of the year?<br />
  8. 8. How important are the following to you?<br />
  9. 9. Do you have access to an internet enabled computer at home?<br />
  10. 10. Conclusion<br />Click this link to view students’ feedback<br />

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