Two Trends:
Incorporating Mobile and
Flipped Strategies
Ann Bell bella@uwstout.edu
Kay Lehmann lehmannk@uwstout.edu
Your presenters
▪Ann Bell
▪Kay Lehmann
Mobile Learning
▪ What is it?
▪ Why you should care
Flexible Learning
E-Learning
Mobile Learning
Mobile Formats - 1:1 vs BYOD
▪ What are 1:1 and BYOD?
▪ Benefits/Drawbacks of both formats
http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/06/a-wonderful-chart-on-ipad-vs-chromebook.html
1:1 - iPad VS Chromebook
Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 1
▪ What can you do via mobile devices?
▪ Communication
▪ Collaboration
▪ Research
▪ Unifor...
Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 2
▪ E-Book Production and Readers
▪ Media Production and Players
▪ Presentation from Mobile...
Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 3
▪ Augmented Reality
▪ Gamification
▪ Classroom Management
▪ Mobile Learning Management Sy...
Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 4
▪ Test Prep
▪ Polls and Surveys
▪ Assessment
Wearable Technology
▪ Google Glass
▪ iWatch
▪ Sports and Health Devices
Additional Resources
UW-Stout Mobile Learning Wiki
http://uwstoutmobilelearning.wikispaces.com/
Flipped Learning
▪ What is it
▪ How it relates to mobile learning
Flipped Learning
▪ What it is/isn’t
▪ Why now?
Flipping and eLearning
▪ Student-centered learning
Interactive Learning
▪ Eric Mazur: Learning is more interesting than
teaching
http://harvardmagazine.com/2012/03/twilight-...
Gerstein’s
4MAT
Create better student experiences
▪ Critical Thinking
▪ Choice
▪ Groups
Final Thoughts & Questions
▪ Link to Slideshare
▪ Link to Handout
▪ Ann Bell bella@uwstout.edu
▪ Kay Lehmann lehmannk@uwst...
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Two trends incorporating mobile and flipped strategies

  1. 1. Two Trends: Incorporating Mobile and Flipped Strategies Ann Bell bella@uwstout.edu Kay Lehmann lehmannk@uwstout.edu
  2. 2. Your presenters ▪Ann Bell ▪Kay Lehmann
  3. 3. Mobile Learning ▪ What is it? ▪ Why you should care
  4. 4. Flexible Learning E-Learning Mobile Learning
  5. 5. Mobile Formats - 1:1 vs BYOD ▪ What are 1:1 and BYOD? ▪ Benefits/Drawbacks of both formats
  6. 6. http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2013/06/a-wonderful-chart-on-ipad-vs-chromebook.html 1:1 - iPad VS Chromebook
  7. 7. Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 1 ▪ What can you do via mobile devices? ▪ Communication ▪ Collaboration ▪ Research ▪ Uniform Design - Individualization
  8. 8. Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 2 ▪ E-Book Production and Readers ▪ Media Production and Players ▪ Presentation from Mobile Device ▪ QR Code Production and Readers ▪ GeoLocation
  9. 9. Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 3 ▪ Augmented Reality ▪ Gamification ▪ Classroom Management ▪ Mobile Learning Management Systems
  10. 10. Learning Models for Mobile Pt. 4 ▪ Test Prep ▪ Polls and Surveys ▪ Assessment
  11. 11. Wearable Technology ▪ Google Glass ▪ iWatch ▪ Sports and Health Devices
  12. 12. Additional Resources UW-Stout Mobile Learning Wiki http://uwstoutmobilelearning.wikispaces.com/
  13. 13. Flipped Learning ▪ What is it ▪ How it relates to mobile learning
  14. 14. Flipped Learning ▪ What it is/isn’t ▪ Why now?
  15. 15. Flipping and eLearning ▪ Student-centered learning
  16. 16. Interactive Learning ▪ Eric Mazur: Learning is more interesting than teaching http://harvardmagazine.com/2012/03/twilight-of-the- lecture ▪ Relationship to flipping
  17. 17. Gerstein’s 4MAT
  18. 18. Create better student experiences ▪ Critical Thinking ▪ Choice ▪ Groups
  19. 19. Final Thoughts & Questions ▪ Link to Slideshare ▪ Link to Handout ▪ Ann Bell bella@uwstout.edu ▪ Kay Lehmann lehmannk@uwstout.edu

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