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mLearning Field Activities: Day 2 (Review and Questions for Teachers)

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This presentation builds on the mLearning presentation from http://www.slideshare.net/gallagher.michaelsean/mlearning-habitus-and-field-activities. Together these presentations were delivered in Helsinki, Finland in May, 2013.


These presentations discusses using mobile technology for field learning activities and multimodal presentations. They offer background on mobile learning and then transition into activities and sequences for teachers and learners to begin conducting their own field research in the Humanities. They are intended to transform habitus for learners, to make connections through mobile technology, and to compose meaning in multimodal ways.

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mLearning Field Activities: Day 2 (Review and Questions for Teachers)

  1. 1. mLearning: Habitus and FieldActivitiesDay 2:Review, Assembly, DisseminationMichael Sean GallagherInstitute of Education, University of Londonhttp://michaelseangallagher.org/ @mseangallagher
  2. 2. Review What went well? What didn’t work? What difficulties would students havewith this project?
  3. 3. ReviewTake stock of collected media What media was collected? Can you supply additional data to explainit? Where was it collected? Don’t forget the field notesCentralize media Where will you be assembling the media? Download the media (or upload it) sogroup can access itActivity: Organize media
  4. 4. ReviewTools• What tools will weuse?• Do those tools haveexport functions?• Reflect on thelimitations of thetools. Each toollimits and enablessome activity.Activity: Choose tools
  5. 5. ReviewMethods of Selection What media will you include? What container will you choose tocollect that data? Mosaic, map, etc? What will your composition look like? Draw a composition first(storyboard) Discuss what is being used in thecompositionActivity: Discussion
  6. 6. ReviewActivities: Create the composition (mosaic, map, etc.) Prepare reflection on how you constructed your composition
  7. 7. ReviewAssessment How can we assess thiscomposition? Formative vs. summative Research questions Cohesiveness Reflection Collaboration/DiscussionActivity: create measures forassessing student compositions
  8. 8. ReviewDissemination Where will you disseminate thiscomposition? Is it public or private? Is there a URL? How would students submit thiswork?Activity: Choose a tool and uploadcomposition Submit composition:http://bit.ly/17zfSfG
  9. 9. mLearning: Habitus and FieldActivitiesDay 2:Review, Assembly, DisseminationMichael Sean GallagherInstitute of Education, University of Londonhttp://michaelseangallagher.org/ @mseangallagher

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