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Published on July 30, 2008

Author: jlrumore

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This is a presentation onthe future of M-Learning and Using PDAs in Literacy Instruction

The Future of Mobile Learning ED 5670 By: Jennifer Rumore

P.D.A.(No, It’s Not Public Display of Affection!)

What is Mobile Learning? Quick Video Using PDAs (Palm Pilot, Apple Newton), Web-Enabled Phones, SmartPhones, Blackberrys and iPods in the classroom

Quick Video

Using PDAs (Palm Pilot, Apple Newton), Web-Enabled Phones, SmartPhones, Blackberrys and iPods in the classroom

The Future of M-Learning Temporary Trend? Fun-Driven Edutainment Opportunity? Mass-Market? Fundamental Component of Lifelong Learning?

Temporary Trend?

Fun-Driven Edutainment Opportunity?

Mass-Market?

Fundamental Component of Lifelong Learning?

Promoting Active Learning Spontaneity Immediacy Interactivity Self-Evaluation

Spontaneity

Immediacy

Interactivity

Self-Evaluation

Strengthen Learner Involvement Just in time information Ownership of learning Mentor/Tutor Support

Just in time information

Ownership of learning

Mentor/Tutor Support

Empowering Learners Motivation Control Portability Recording Achievement

Motivation

Control

Portability

Recording Achievement

Enhancing the Learning Experience Informal Learning Portability Accessibility Context Awareness

Informal Learning

Portability

Accessibility

Context Awareness

Some People Think M-Learning… Is harmful to students’ grammatical development Is impersonal learning Requires high self-discipline Has too many technological and software problems Is not convenient because battery life of PDAs

Is harmful to students’ grammatical development

Is impersonal learning

Requires high self-discipline

Has too many technological and software problems

Is not convenient because battery life of PDAs

Teachers, Consider This Vary Content & Interactivity Information should remain your focus Grab your students’ attention Use M-Learning with PDAs to SUPPLEMENT instruction

Vary Content & Interactivity

Information should remain your focus

Grab your students’ attention

Use M-Learning with PDAs to SUPPLEMENT instruction

How can this help Teaching Literacy? Handwriting programs on touch sensitive screens Story Writing and Sharing Programs Enthusiasm for technology helps keep interest in other topics

Handwriting programs on touch sensitive screens

Story Writing and Sharing Programs

Enthusiasm for technology helps keep interest in other topics

Reading and Writing with PDAs Students can “see” setting Students can explore responses to sounds and images Some quotes from students using PDAs How did using a PDA for literacy help your learning? It helped us by the sounds which help our imagination and by the pictures to see what it is like. Charlotte Using a PDA for literacy helps me learn because I am discovering some new experiences. Amy

Students can “see” setting

Students can explore responses to sounds and images

Some quotes from students using PDAs

How did using a PDA for literacy help your learning?

It helped us by the sounds which help our imagination and by the pictures to see what it is like.

Charlotte

Using a PDA for literacy helps me learn because I am discovering some new experiences.

Amy

A Short Quiz-Give at least 2 examples of each! How M-Learning enhances learning experiences 1) 2) 3) How M-Learning promotes active learning 1) 2) 3)

How M-Learning enhances learning experiences

1)

2)

3)

How M-Learning promotes active learning

1)

2)

3)

How Did You Do? How M-Learning enhances learning experiences 1)Portability 2)Informal Learning 3)Accessibility 4) Context Awareness How M-Learning promotes active learning 1)Spontaneity 2)Interactivity 3)Immediacy 4)Self-Evaluation

How M-Learning enhances learning experiences

1)Portability

2)Informal Learning

3)Accessibility

4) Context Awareness

How M-Learning promotes active learning

1)Spontaneity

2)Interactivity

3)Immediacy

4)Self-Evaluation

Oh, The Possibilities! “ By age 21, the average of digital natives will have spent over 10,000 hours on cell phones. More than 1.5 billion mobile phones are used in the world today, with a half a billion new ones sold every year. This is more than three times the number of personal computers (PCs), and today’s most sophisticated cell phones have the computing power of a mid-1990’s PC.” Dr. Steve Yuen

“ By age 21, the average of digital natives will have spent over 10,000 hours on cell phones. More than 1.5 billion mobile phones are used in the world today, with a half a billion new ones sold every year. This is more than three times the number of personal computers (PCs), and today’s most sophisticated cell phones have the computing power of a mid-1990’s PC.”

Dr. Steve Yuen

Works Cited (2008). Mobile learning. Retrieved July 29, 2008, from YouTube Web site: http://www.youtube.com/user/mobilelearning Crew,T.B., & Keane, L.B. (2006). Moving out of the classroom: using PDAs and tablet PCs in teaching and learning. University of S.C.. Stone, John The practitioner's perspective. Retrieved July 29, 2008, from JISC Web site: http://www.elearning.ac.uk/innoprac/index.html Yuen, S (2008). Tech learning. Retrieved July 29, 2008, from Tech learning blog Web site: http://scyuen.wordpress.com/

(2008). Mobile learning. Retrieved July 29, 2008, from YouTube Web site: http://www.youtube.com/user/mobilelearning

Crew,T.B., & Keane, L.B. (2006). Moving out of the classroom: using PDAs and tablet PCs in teaching and learning. University of S.C..

Stone, John The practitioner's perspective. Retrieved July 29, 2008, from JISC Web site: http://www.elearning.ac.uk/innoprac/index.html

Yuen, S (2008). Tech learning. Retrieved July 29, 2008, from Tech learning blog Web site: http://scyuen.wordpress.com/

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