m-learning Sverd Johan Lundin

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m-learning Sverd Johan Lundin

  1. 1. M-learning Johan Lundin, SVERD höstkonferens 7/10
  2. 2. M-learning
  3. 3. Learning with mobile device • cheap mobile devices, one each • connecting the classroom • museums (Hsi, 2002; Londsdale et al., 2004; Chen, Kao, Sheu & Chiang, 2002) • field trips (Chen et al., 2003) • just in time learning (language, etc.)
  4. 4. Mobilearn
  5. 5. Learning in school - learning outside school • School as a factory for teaching • flicker, twitter, mobile phone, ipod, iphone, youtube, digital camera, laptops, etc • relation between school and work, as well as school and society at large. (Wellington, 2005).
  6. 6. Research and development bias • Research on learning is school biased (Lave, 1996) • Research on learning in schools is teacher biased • Limited insights on how we, in general, and students in particular learn and know with everyday tools.
  7. 7. Limited work on: • mobile life and everyday learning • supporting work integrated learning in mobile work • learning to use mobile devices • learning with mobile devices IN education OUTSIDE of planned educational activities
  8. 8. Students digitalizing higher education
  9. 9. Personal mobile tools
  10. 10. "men iiiih, vf så tidit??? inte så att vi bara har EN dag på oss o fixa skiten... wtf man ?! ta Io lr nåt istället...." A threat?
  11. 11. ! Collaboration
  12. 12. Supervision
  13. 13. “Old” questions E & M - learning • Basic view that educators digitalize education • Should we involve mobile IT? • How to design mobile IT for pedagogical purposes? • How to employ mobile IT as a pedagogical tool?
  14. 14. Students’ digitalization • Mobile phones • Laptops, 1-to-1 • Web-based platforms, ubiquitous access • Open software, freeware, digital books, version management, etc • Ubiquitous access to educational media
  15. 15. Some “new” questions • Mobile ITs effect on education • Lifelong learning, Mobile as a practice. The teacher as a technology as a way for topic authority. New tools connecting educational transforming old roles. activities and work • We learning in school practice. Questioning the idea of learn first do supported by teachers vs. We learn everywhere supported by later? technology - questioning how we understand education. • Students’ mobile IT, technical and pedagogical integration.
  16. 16. Some more open questions • There is always something better to see, and now everyone can distribute as well as consume it from their mobile devices. • When always available, when do we stop being teacher and when do we stop being students? • When to disconnect? When to not be a user? • Mashups not only as a way of concstruting services but also as a metaphore for organizing learning.
  17. 17. Thank you! • web.mac.com/johan_lundin/ • johan.lundin@gu.se

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