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Learners' mobile devices offer opportunities for formal and informal learning.
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Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning | Elias | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning

Universal instructional design principles for mobile learning | Elias | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning | Mobile Learning with Bring Your Own Devices | Scoop.it
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This interactive session will focus on using "stations" where participants will get up and move by rotating to stations where they will learn more about using iPads in the classroom setting.
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BYOD Questions to Consider | 1 to 1 Schools

The buzz in 1-to-1 right now is about BYOD - Bring Your Own Device - and it's not a fad and it's not going away.
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Texting 1, 2, 3: Schools Test ‘Bring Your Own Technology’ Programs | Techland | TIME.com

Texting 1, 2, 3: Schools Test ‘Bring Your Own Technology’ Programs | Techland | TIME.com | Mobile Learning with Bring Your Own Devices | Scoop.it
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Designing Learning for the Ultimate Mobile Learner’s Experience | The Mobile Learning Revolution Blog

Designing Learning for the Ultimate Mobile Learner’s Experience | The Mobile Learning Revolution Blog | Mobile Learning with Bring Your Own Devices | Scoop.it

mLearning is not just eLearning on a mobile device. When it comes to mLearning, it is necessary to completely rethink “our approach to instructional design, graphic design, user experience and information presentation” (Float Mobile Learning, 2010) and make decisions from the learner´s point of view more than ever before. Why? Because mLearning experiences reach the learner at the exact moment when the information is needed and within the specific context where the knowledge will be applied, and this can change the way the learner interacts and perceives the content that is being presented.

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The Teacher Report: 5 Ways to Make BYOD Work For Y... - WeAreTeachers

The Teacher Report: 5 Ways to Make BYOD Work For Y... - WeAreTeachers | Mobile Learning with Bring Your Own Devices | Scoop.it
Across socioeconomic divides, students have more access to personal cell phones, tablets, and computers than ever before. So why not harness the power of that technology in school?
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