"Mobile computing is the wave of the future. While the high school economics book still has a chapter on 'balancing the checkbook,' I do my banking between grocery lines with mobile banking apps, rarely even seeing a check. I shop on Amazon, I send gifts remotely, and Google share important business and school materials for collaboration. Then I Skype or do a Google Hangout for remote collaboration. Why, then must students use paper agendas, put their phones away, and use a pencil and paper? Students can do so much with an iPhone (or an Android, or even a BlackBerry). It can truly help them work smarter, not harder. How?"
Les pratiques du smartphone sont intégrées à la vie sociale et relationnelle. Peuvent-ils entrer en classe ? Cela ne suppose t-il pas une approche pédagogique radicalement différente ? Usages et analyses.
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