Estas y otras muchas sugerencias y experiencias aparecen en este contenido multimedia. CeDeC, con la colaboración de la profesora de inglés Pilar Alegría, ha llevado a cabo la traducción y adaptación de este material que puede ser un buen punto de partida para incorporar en determinados momentos algunos de estos dispositivos a las prácticas educativas.
As Jason Haag, research analyst and mobile learning lead at the US government’s Advanced Distributed Learning (ADL) so eloquently puts it, “Mobile learning should NOT be merely viewed as a replacement, an alternative, or as a new addition to existing training delivery methods. It should be thought of as a complimentary way to augment or enhance all types of learning.”
Hey, teacher! Got an iPad? Then you've got a toolbox that you can fill to help you be an even better teacher! Spend some time with this infographic to discover how your iPad can be your handy assistant.
MoLeaP – Die mobile learning Projektdatenbank ist eine öffentliche und kostenlose online-Datenbank.
MoLeaP - What's it all about?
MoLeaP - The mobile learning project database is a public and free-of-charge online database for teachers, researchers and other (education) professionals interested in learning and teaching with mobile media. The concept behind MoLeaP builds on LMLG's research on mobile learning. read more
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"The school wanted a creative solution for learning using a 1:1 iPad tablet device roll out to provide the freedom for students. As well as providing the iPads needed we had to update the infrastructure allowing the schools WiFi to support the amount of tablets all using the network."
Over five weeks UNESCO, in partnership with Nokia, is launching its Working Paper Series on Mobile Learning with the release of a set of twelve papers reviewing mobile learning initiatives, implications for ICT in education policies and how mobile...
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