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What can be learned from the Mobile Learning discussion?
Ideas on learning, teaching and policy development.
RoundTable "M...
AGENDA
focus ∙ transition ∙ development
Research focus
use of mobile technologies in learning contexts;deliveryof contents;potentialof current
technologies;cost-e...
Concepts of learning, missing ideas concerning teaching
activity theory,conversationtheory,social constructivisttheories a...
School development as a factor in (economic) competition
learners’ practices and needs;administration,teachingand learning...
Where – other than in the ubiquity of mobile technologies, i.e.
access to learning anytime, at any place – lies the real p...
Kontakt
Dr. Judith Seipold
Mail: judith.seipold@londonmobilelearning.net
Web: www.judith-seipold.de
Web: www.londonmobilel...
REFERENCES
literature
Literature
Baroudi, G., & Marksbury, N. (2013). Becoming a mobile institution. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crom...
Ozan, O., & Kesim, M. (2013). Rethinking scaffolding in mobile connectivist learning environments. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. M...
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What can be learned from the Mobile Learning discussion? Ideas on learning, teaching and policy development.

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What can be learned from the Mobile Learning discussion? Ideas on learning, teaching and policy development.

Contribution to:
Round Table "Mobile Learning: Learning Across Contexts – Learning In Transition"

Dr. Judith Seipold
London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG)

ECER 2015 "Education and Transition – Contributions from Educational Research"
September 9th, 2015, Budapest, Hungary

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What can be learned from the Mobile Learning discussion? Ideas on learning, teaching and policy development.

  1. 1. What can be learned from the Mobile Learning discussion? Ideas on learning, teaching and policy development. RoundTable "Mobile Learning:LearningAcross Contexts – LearningIn Transition" Dr. Judith Seipold London Mobile Learning Group (LMLG) ECER 2015 "Education and Transition – Contributions from Educational Research" September 9th, 2015, Budapest, Hungary
  2. 2. AGENDA focus ∙ transition ∙ development
  3. 3. Research focus use of mobile technologies in learning contexts;deliveryof contents;potentialof current technologies;cost-effectiveimplementationstrategies; people in distance to formal education; students with disabilities; learners' personalvulnerabilities;cultural differences Hot topics personalisation;context;connectivity;learning dispersed in time Under-represented longitudinalstudies; learner generatedcontent and contexts;widespreadadoptionand pedagogicaltransformation;ontologicalshifts; new learning and teaching;studentand lecturer support and scaffolding ML DISCUSSION STILL A CLOZE: THE STORY OF MOBILE LEARNING
  4. 4. Concepts of learning, missing ideas concerning teaching activity theory,conversationtheory,social constructivisttheories and concepts Transition roles of learners, technologies,pedagogicalframeworks; key variables time, place and contexts; forms of learning; concepts of learning and teaching; resources for learning, school, classroom and the curriculum; teacher training New learning, new teaching learner-generatedcontent and contexts;informal learning, sharing of knowledge; engage students; blendedlearning; times and locations;efficiency; technology rich environments; resources; personalizedlearning; learners’ everyday-life goals, situations and circumstances TEACHING AND LEARNING EXISTING, MISSING, FADING, NEW: IDEAS, CONCEPTS, THEORIES, PRACTICES
  5. 5. School development as a factor in (economic) competition learners’ practices and needs;administration,teachingand learning Support teachers, learners and parents legal, ethical, professionalframeworks;training, feedback,support; CoPs Find yourself challenged financial support; awareness for needs of learners and teachers; value for the potentialof new technologies in learning processes;revise old theories, concepts and practices connctedto new learning;skip myths such as the one of the digital natives; re-thinkpedagogy SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT DRIVEN BY LEARNERS’ PRACTICES: SCHOOL DEVELOPMENT
  6. 6. Where – other than in the ubiquity of mobile technologies, i.e. access to learning anytime, at any place – lies the real potential of mobile learning as key driver in “new” and “future” learning? TRANSITION AND CHANGE INPUT FOR DISCUSSION
  7. 7. Kontakt Dr. Judith Seipold Mail: judith.seipold@londonmobilelearning.net Web: www.judith-seipold.de Web: www.londonmobilelearning.net Social: twitter.com/judithsei Foliensatz verfügbar via: http://de.slideshare.net/judiths
  8. 8. REFERENCES literature
  9. 9. Literature Baroudi, G., & Marksbury, N. (2013). Becoming a mobile institution. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 371–381). Routledge. Carmean, C., Frankfort, J. L., & Salim, K. N. (2013). The power of the personal: Discovering the M in M-Learning. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 187–195). Routledge. Cochrane, T. (2013). M-learning as a catalyst for pedagogical change. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 247–258). Routledge. Cochrane, T. (2013). Summary and critique of m-learning research and practice. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 24–34). Routledge. Crompton, H. (2013). Mobile learning: New Approach, New Theory. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 47–57). Routledge. Dyson, L. E., Andrews, T., Smith, R., & Wallace, R. (2013). Towards a holistic framework for ethical mobile learning. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 405–416). Routledge. Gerstein, J. (2013). Team and community building using mobile devices. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 268–284). Routledge. Grant, M. M., & Barbour, M. K. (2013). Mobile teaching and learning in the classroom and online: Case Studies in K-12. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 285–292). Routledge. Hamm, S., Saltsman, G., Jones, B., Baldridge, S., & Perkins, S. (2013). A mobile pedagogy approach for transforming learners and faculty. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 176–186). Routledge. Huber, S., & Ebner, M. (2013). iPad human interface guidelines for m-learning. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 318–328). Routledge. Kukulska-Hulme, A. (2013). Mobile learners: Who Are They and Who Will They Become? In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 145–154). Routledge. Moura, A., & Carvalho, A. A. (2013). Framework for mobile-learning integration into educational contexts. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 58–69). Routledge. Nikou, S. A., & Economides, A. A. (2013). Mobile assessment: State of the Art. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 346–355). Routledge. Norris, C. A., & Soloway, E. M. (2013). Substantive educational change is in the palm of our children's hands. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 109–118). Routledge. O'Loughlin, A. M. B. S. M., & Ngo, L. (2013). Using mobile technology to enhance teaching. In Z. L. Berge, L. Y. Muilenburg, & H. Crompton (Eds.), Handbook of mobile learning (pp. 293–306). Routledge.
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