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Mobile Learning. Potential and controversy embodied in a young scientific field, and arising consequences for future research and practice.

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Judith Seipold
London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG)

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Educational Media Ecologies – International Perspectives
March 27- 28, 2012
University of Paderborn (Germany)

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Judith Seipold
London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG)

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Educational Media Ecologies – International Perspectives
March 27- 28, 2012
University of Paderborn (Germany)

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  1. 1. Mobile Learning. Potential and controversy embodied in a young scientific field, and arising consequences for future research and practice. Judith Seipold London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG) Educational Media Ecologies – International Perspectives March 27- 28, 2012 University of Paderborn (Germany)
  2. 2. Agenda 1. Taxonomy of the scientific process 3. Mobile learning practice 5. Consequences
  3. 3. Mobile learning is … Figure 1: Mobile learning is … (Seipold, 21.03.2011).
  4. 4. Figure 1: Mobile learning is … (Seipold, 31.03.2011).
  5. 5. Definitions of mobile learning Figure 2: Definitions of mobile learning (Seipold, 21.03.2011).
  6. 6. Figure 2: Definitions of mobile learning (Seipold, 31.03.2011).
  7. 7. taxonomy of the scientific process contexts • practices • reference points
  8. 8. Contexts Figure 3: Contexts of the scientific process of the mobile learning discussion (Seipold, 2011).
  9. 9. Figure 4: Contexts of the scientific process of the mobile learning discussion (reduced) (Seipold, 2011).
  10. 10. Practices Figure 5: Practices constituting the scientific process of the mobile learning discussion (Seipold, 07.12.2011).
  11. 11. Figure 5: Practices constituting the scientific process of the mobile learning discussion (Seipold, 07.12.2011).
  12. 12. Reference points Figure 6: Reference points of the mobile learning discussion (Seipold, 21.03.2011).
  13. 13. Figure 6: Reference points of the mobile learning discussion (own illustration).
  14. 14. Socio-cultural ecology of mobile learning Figure 7: Key components of a socio-cultural ecology of mobile learning (Pachler et al., 2010).
  15. 15. User-generated contexts • Learners are actively constructing their learning • Operationalisation of contexts for (reproducible, transferable and scalable) formalised learning • Context discussion opens the door to the media formation (Medienbildung) discussion
  16. 16. mobile learning practice mobile classroom schooltest • handy • eBag
  17. 17. Project “Mobile Classroom Schooltest” Figure 8 Figure 9 Figure 8: Learners are Filming an Physical Test (Nischelwitzer, 2007); Figure 9: Learners‘ Films of a Physical Test on a Learning Platform (Schittelkopf, 2007)
  18. 18. Project “Mobile Classroom Schooltest” Video 1: Glowing potato (Schittelkopf, 2007)
  19. 19. Project “Handy” Figure 11 Figure 12 Figure 10 Figure 10: Syntax (Deubelbeiss, 2007b); Figure 11: Passé Composé (Deubelbeiss, 2007a); Figure 12: Objet (in)direct (Deubelbeiss, 2007c)
  20. 20. Project “Handy” Video 2: Passé Composé (Deubelbeiss, 2007)
  21. 21. Project “eBag” Figure 13 Figure 14 Figure 15 Figure 22 Figure 22 Figure 16 Figure 17 Figure 13: Learning Group on a Learning Platform (Brodersen et al., 2005); Figure 14: Platform Used by Teacher in Teacher-Centred lessons (Fritsch, 2007); Figure 15: Platform Used by Learners (Fritsch, 2007); Figure 16: Learners are Voice-Recording interviews with citizens (Brodersen et al., 2005); Figure 17: A learner‘s eBag (Fritsch, 2007).
  22. 22. consequences approaches • challenges • innovations
  23. 23. Implementation of mobile learning Figure 18: Three approaches to implement mobile technologies into formalised learning contexts (Seipold, 07.12.2011).
  24. 24. Figure 19: Three approaches to implement mobile technologies into formalised learning contexts (reduced) (Seipold, 07.12.2011).
  25. 25. Opening school Figure 20: Grades of opening school with view to didactic design/cultural practices and place (Seipold, 2011).
  26. 26. Figure 20: Grades of opening school with view to didactic design/cultural practices and place (Seipold, 2011).
  27. 27. Innovative multimodal context generation Figure 21 Figure 22 Figure 23 Figure 21: Elfchen (Deubelbeiss 2007d); Figure 22: Learners are Filming an Physical Test (Nischelwitzer, 2007); Figure 23: A learner‘s eBag (Fritsch, 2007)
  28. 28. Contact Judith Seipold London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG) Mail: judith.seipold@londonmobilelearning.net Web: www.londonmobilelearning.net Web: www.judith-seipold.de Social: twitter.com/judithsei
  29. 29. References Figures • Videos • Literature
  30. 30. Figures Figure 1, 2, 6: Seipold, J. (2011, March). A critical perspective on mobile learning: Results of a heuristic analysis of the scientific process and a hermeneutic analysis of mobile learning practice. ‘Mobile learning: Crossing boundaries in convergent environments’ Conference, Bremen. Retrieved from https://prezi.com/secure/3c7a728da1334e1ba2f4bab556133077ff86a0f6/. Figure 3, 4, 20: Seipold, J. (2011). Mobiles Lernen: Analyse des Wissenschaftsprozesses der britischen und deutschsprachigen medienpädagogischen und erziehungswissenschaftlichen Mobile Learning-Diskussion. Dissertation zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades eines Doktors der Philosophie (Dr. phil.). Eingereicht im April 2011. Figure 5, 18, 19: Seipold, J. (2011, December). Mobiles Lernen: Analyse des Wissenschaftsprozesses der britischen und deutschsprachigen medienpädagogischen und erziehungswissenschaftlichen Mobile Learning-Diskussion. Disputationsvortrag, Kassel. Figure 7: Pachler, N., Bachmair, B., & Cook, J. (2010). Mobile learning: structures, agency, practices. New York: Springer. Retrieved from http://www.springerlink.com/content/v65pt8/. Figure 8, 22: Nischelwitzer, A. (2007). MobileClassRoom (MCR) - mobile online Learning (mLearning): Interview mit Prof. Eduard Schittelkopf. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwgKnooEKlk. Figure 9: Schittelkopf, E. (2007). Volt und Ampere: Die leuchtende Kartoffel: Forum mit Ergebnissen. Retrieved from http://moodle.mobileclassroom.at/moodle18/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=17. Figure 10: Deubelbeiss, R. (2007b). Beispiel-Sammlung - Satzglieder (Marco, 3. Sek.). Retrieved from http://metaportfolio-phsg.kaywa.ch/deutsch/satzglieder-marco-3-sek.html. .
  31. 31. Figure 11: Deubelbeiss, R. (2007a). Beispiel-Sammlung - Handy-Video zu Passé composé (Yannick, 2. Real und Marco, 2. Sek). Retrieved from http://metaportfolio-phsg.kaywa.ch/franzoesisch/passe-compose-yannick-2- real.html. Figure 12: Deubelbeiss, R. (2007c). Beispiel-Sammlung - Französisch: Objet (in)direct (von Ff, Praktikantin). Retrieved from http://metaportfolio-phsg.kaywa.ch/franzoesisch/franzoesisch-objet-indirect-von-ff.html. Figure 13, 16: Brodersen, C., Christensen, B. G., Grønbæk, K., Dindler, C., & Sundararajah, B. (2005). eBag A - Ubiquitous Web Infrastructure for Nomadic Learning. In I. (. Association for Computing Machinery (Ed.), Proceedings of the Fourteenth International World Wide Web Conference, Makuhari Messe, May 10-14, 2005, Chiba, Japan (pp. 298–306). ACM Press. Retrieved from http://www2005.org/cdrom/docs/p298.pdf. Figure 14, 15, 17, 23: Fritsch, J. (2007). eBag – the Digital Schoolbag. unveröffentlichter Foliensatz, Aarhus. Figure 21: Deubelbeiss, R. (2007d). Beispiel-Sammlung - Elfchen (Thamara, 1. Sek.). Retrieved from http://metaportfolio-phsg.kaywa.ch/deutsch/elfchen-thamara-1-sek.html
  32. 32. Videos Video 1: Schittelkopf, E. (2007). Volt und Ampere: Die leuchtende Kartoffel: Forum mit Ergebnissen. Retrieved from http://moodle.mobileclassroom.at/moodle18/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=17. Video 2: Deubelbeiss, R. (2007). Beispiel-Sammlung - Handy-Video zu Passé composé (Yannick, 2. Real und Marco, 2. Sek). Retrieved from http://metaportfolio-phsg.kaywa.ch/franzoesisch/passe-compose-yannick-2-real.html.
  33. 33. Literature Pachler, N., Bachmair, B., & Cook, J. (2010). Mobile learning: structures, agency, practices. New York: Springer. Retrieved from http://www.springerlink.com/content/v65pt8/. Rummler, K., & Seipold, J. (2011). “Nicht ohne mein Handy!”: Alltagsnutzung, Risiken und Bildungschancen. Schüler. Wissen für Lehrer, (Online_Offline. Aufwachsen mit virtuellen Welten (Schüler 2011). Herausgegeben von: Burkhardt, Sara; Hugger, Kai-Uwe; Neuß, Norbert; Seifried, Klaus; Tillmann, Klaus-Jürgen), 24–27. Seipold, J. (2011, December). Mobiles Lernen: Analyse des Wissenschaftsprozesses der britischen und deutschsprachigen medienpädagogischen und erziehungswissenschaftlichen Mobile Learning-Diskussion. Disputationsvortrag, Kassel. Seipold, J. (2012, January). Learning with mobile technologies: Teaching approaches and systematic change management issues. BETT2012 conference, London. Retrieved from http://www.slideshare.net/KlausR/presenation-bett2012-judith-seipold. Seipold, J. (2011). A critical perspective on mobile learning: Results of a heuristic analysis of the scientific process and a hermeneutic analysis of mobile learning practice. In K. Rummler, J. Seipold, E. Lübcke, N. Pachler, & G. Attwell (Eds.), Occasional Papers in Work-based Learning. Mobile learning: Crossing boundaries in convergent environments. 21-22 March 2011, Bremen. Book of abstracts (pp. 31–34). Retrieved from http://www.londonmobilelearning.net/downloads/MLCB_BOA_Bremen-2011_Crossing-Boundaries- full_2011-03-18.pdf. Seipold, J. (2011). Mobiles Lernen: Analyse des Wissenschaftsprozesses der britischen und deutschsprachigen medienpädagogischen und erziehungswissenschaftlichen Mobile Learning-Diskussion. Dissertation zur Erlangung des akademischen Grades eines Doktors der Philosophie (Dr. phil.). Eingereicht im April 2011. Seipold, J. (2011). Planung von Mobilem Lernen im Unterricht: Hinweise und Beispiele für die Praxis. Computer + Unterricht - Lernen und lehren mit digitalen Medien, (84. Spezial Lernen. Themenschwerpunkt betreut von: Fromme, Johannes; Biermann, Ralf; Unger, Alexander), 49–51.
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