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New Guide! Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need to Know

New Guide! Mobile Devices for Learning: What You Need to Know | Learning With ICT @ CBC | Scoop.it
Learn how cellphones, e-book readers, and tablets are getting kids engaged with learning, focused on working smarter, and ready for the future.

Edutopia has published a new guide on Mobile Devices for Learning. What' inside? (quoting from the post):

1. Introductions: Pros and cons? Bridging the digital gap?

2. Know your mobile devices

3. Resources for teachers getting started with mobile learning

4. K-12 Apps and Web tools: elementary, middle, and high schools

5. Getting parents on board the mobile train

You  may download the guide as a pdf file (black and white or color). Registration is required to download but there is no cost.


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Paradigm Shift–Thinking Differently About Technology

Paradigm Shift–Thinking Differently About Technology | Learning With ICT @ CBC | Scoop.it

How long has the word paradigm been around? I remember many years ago talking about the concept of paradigm shift (I had to google it to verify that Joel Barker was the author I recall being the expert of the time.) Anyhow, enough of the brief history lesson on my knowledge of paradigms. But I do have a point, lets talk about this concept.

As I work with groups that come and visit our district and as I do private consulting with districts, what I am finding is that iPads change how we think about technology. But not everyone is on the same page, not everyone has the same background knowledge as it relates to iPads and rolling out a 1-1 initiative. So I would like to share a few of the common themes I’m seeing and hearing as I chat with teachers, administrators, and school board members.


Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Pippa Davies @PippaDavies
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