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How To Use Mobile Technology for Engaging & Successful Learning & Teaching

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How To Use Mobile Technology for Engaging & Successful Learning & Teaching

  1. 1. HOW TO USEMOBILETECHNOLOGYFor engaging and successfullearning and teaching
  2. 2. What ismobile?
  3. 3. &smartphones tablets
  4. 4. What makesmobileunique?
  5. 5. 1. Connectivity2. Portability3. Utility4. Ubiquity
  6. 6. COnnectivityConnectivity relates to the inherentconnection to the internet that power mobiledevices.
  7. 7. PORTAbilityPortability extends to the physical design ofthe hardware and the ability to make contentand data portable.
  8. 8. UtilityThe Utility of a mobile device comes fromsoftware which makes them incrediblyflexible, adaptable and permeable.
  9. 9. UBIQUITYThere are more mobile phones on the planetthan radios, bank accounts, credit cards,televisions, landlines and automobiles.
  10. 10. There are now more devicesrunning mobile operating systemsthan Windows.22 percent of the worlds webcontent is consumed on mobiledevices.
  11. 11. 1 BILLIONSMARTPHONES ARE IN USE WORLDWIDE53%of Australians have a smartphoneMOBILE PHONE SATURATION IN AUSTRALIA IS MORE THAN130%
  12. 12. of internet traffic traverses the wireless network increase in wireless74%of CSU students own a connectionsSMARTPHONE increase in wireless traffic since last year
  13. 13. Why shouldwe usemobile ineducation?
  14. 14. ...change
  15. 15. Technological change...The POST-PCERA
  16. 16. http://goo.gl/WsOhh
  17. 17. Change in Learning Design...21st CENTURyEducation
  18. 18. “The big shift isn’tthat content isdigital. It’s thatlearning culture isparticipatory.”Angela Meyers Hack Education http://hackeducation.com/
  19. 19. http://goo.gl/zEU8A
  20. 20. www.neverendingthesis.com
  21. 21. HOW do weuse mobile?
  22. 22. REDEFINITION TRANSFORMATION Tech allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable MODIFICATION Tech allows for significant task redesign AUGMENTATION Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, withENHANCEMENT functional improvement SUBSTITUTION Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with no functional change http://goo.gl/h8EZ5
  23. 23. In other wordsMobile doesn’trequire wholesaleredevelopment ofyour subjects.
  24. 24. SO lets putmobile towork
  25. 25. ENGAGINGCONTENTSubstitutionLeverage Portability
  26. 26. CONNECTwithSTUDENTSAugmentationLeverage Connectivity
  27. 27. CONNECTwithSTUDENTSAugmentationLeverage Connectivity
  28. 28. Shift theLearningSpaceModificationLeverage Ubiquity
  29. 29. CSU Replay,iTunes U &Socrative
  30. 30. USE APPSRedefinitionLeverage UtilityApps to TeachApps to Learn
  31. 31. http://goo.gl/oC6p7
  32. 32. PURPOSEDRIVESSUCCESS
  33. 33. KEEP TALKING Twitter - @timklapdorBlog - timklapdor.wordpress.com
  34. 34. IMAGE REFERENCES Social network in a course - http://goo.gl/XYjjD anyplace anywhere anytime - http://goo.gl/wHsii App Store - http://goo.gl/330xm“...I’m telling you I said 7, not 8...” - http://goo.gl/OpSii Geocaching - http://goo.gl/yHzmj Changed Priorities Ahead sign - http://goo.gl/Tdt9H iPaddr - http://goo.gl/eZ6Pc The iPhone 4 - http://goo.gl/Z8K3g Share This - http://goo.gl/ruyTj iPad Keyboard Dock - http://goo.gl/Z8Cnb Why I oughta... (Success Kid) - http://goo.gl/KYwVg Road - http://goo.gl/2RwSz

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