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5 Ways Mobile Devices Make Classroom Training More Effective

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Want to know how mobile devices can make Classroom Training more effective? Check 5 ways in which Mobile Devices Make Classroom Training more effective.

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Tacara Black's curator insight, November 16, 12:10 AM
I definitely think that classes would be more interactive and interesting for students if professors included technology. We take all these technology forward classes, yet we never really use it. Professors would rather us put away our devices rather than use them. 
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Why Adopt Mobile Learning For Online Training - 10 Questions Answered - eLearning Industry

Why Adopt Mobile Learning For Online Training - 10 Questions Answered - eLearning Industry | MobilEd | Scoop.it
Want to know why adopt Mobile Learning For Online Training? Check 10 questions answered about adopting Mobile Learning For Online Training.
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Incorporating 5 Gaming Elements in Mobile Learning [Infographic]

Incorporating 5 Gaming Elements in Mobile Learning [Infographic] | MobilEd | Scoop.it
Incorporating gaming elements in mobile learning courseware helps make the course effective, fun, and helps learners learn faster and retain more information. To know more, check out the infographic.
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Converting eLearning to mLearning | Presentation

Presentation highlights 4 steps to help you go through the process of converting eLearning to mLearning.
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How mLearning Benefits Online Education

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Want to know some significant mLearning Benefits? Check some of the most significant mLearning Benefits that make this trend the norm in eLearning.

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Para entender los beneficios de la educación móvil.

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Mobile Learning in Malaysian Universities: Are Students Ready? | Ismail | International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM)

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3 tips for mobile pedagogy in the classroom

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The integration of mobile technology in classrooms is no longer just a nice-to-have option in learning and development. Indeed, it has now become an essential part of the educational process for the 21st century generation…
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Mobile Learning Technologies On The Rise, But Is Learning And Development Ready? - eLearning Industry

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Wondering whether Learning and Development is ready for Mobile Learning Technologies? Check how to increase confidence in Mobile Learning Technologies.
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Responsive Design In Mobile Learning: 5 Reasons To Develop Mobile-Friendly Online Courses - eLearning Industry

Responsive Design In Mobile Learning: 5 Reasons To Develop Mobile-Friendly Online Courses - eLearning Industry | MobilEd | Scoop.it
Wondering how to use Responsive Design In Mobile Learning? Check this article to discover the benefits of Responsive Design In Mobile Learning.
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6 Mobile Learning Trends For 2016 - eLearning Industry

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6 Mobile Learning Trends For 2016.Here some of the top Mobile Learning Trends that you may want to watch out for this upcoming year. 
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Five Tips for Introducing Mobile Learning by David James : Learning Solutions Magazine

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Create, collaborate, curate. These are the key workflows for all instructional design efforts, including mobile learning. But
how do you decide on the content itself? Here are five tips that will help you with that most essential step.
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Evaluating Mobile Learning: 4 Ways To Measure The Effectiveness Of Mobile Learning - eLearning Industry

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Want to know how to Measure The Effectiveness Of Mobile Learning? Check 4 ways of Evaluating Mobile Learning. Evaluating Mobile Learning Is Necessary!
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What is Responsive eLearning?

Responsive eLearning has been around for a while now, there's still some confusion. Post highlights what it is & what we mean by Responsive eLearning.
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Popular ID Principles For Mobile Learning: 5 Trends That Spell Success

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The popularity of mobile learning is growing rapidly, especially amongst young learners, pointing out to us quite directly: the way, future generation would
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6 Benefits of using a mobile-first learning management system

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Individuals who use a Learning Management System (LMS) mostly influence the recent learning practices. With the popularity of mobile devices on the rise, the LMS must adapt itself to a mobile learning environment. Simultaneously, we must make sure that the use of a mobile-first LMS reflects the organization objectives. In this article, we will discuss
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Create Effective Mobile Learning Through Three Cognitive Levels | Get Apps, Get Inspired ...

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6 Mobile Learning Benefits: The Mobile Learning Revolution - eLearning Industry

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Want to know how mobile learning revolutionizes eLearning? Check 6 key Mobile Learning Benefits and learn about the mobile learning revolution.
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Five Steps for Creating a Mobile-Ready Campus to Increase Student Success

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Today, educators at all levels – from primary to community colleges and universities – are facing the need to facilitate new learning outcomes made possible by aggressive IT modernization. But they are also constrained by budgets and small IT staffs, making flexibility, scalability and affordability top priorities. Download this informative white paper to learn how to develop a workable plan to embrace mobile IT and meet today's - and tomorrow's - learning needs.

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10 Learning Design Tips for Mobile Learning [Infographic]

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"A study from Gartner, shows that 70% of professionals will do some work from their own, personal smart phones or tablets by 2018.

 

Many organizations are using this scenario for their advantage by imparting training through mobile devices. Mobile learning has proven to be useful and efficient as learners can access the training content anytime anywhere making this delivery method flexible."


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Susanna Lavialle's curator insight, March 26, 4:18 AM
Really belive in bite-sized learning "on the go" - and delivery through mobile devices... we play with them all the time anyway. So very practical to use the unproductive time waiting at the airport or in the bus for learning and getting new ideas.
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A Pedagogical Model for the use of iPads for Learning

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Over the past several months, my team and I have been busy planning for the
implementation of a One to World (often called 1:1) iPad program in grade
4. We have been successfully using iPads since 2011 at our school and have
been piloting a One to World programme in three grade 4 classes throughout
this year. The program has been enormously successful, largely because we
focused primarily on learning outcomes rather than the device itself. 

Pedagogy plays an important role in the successful implementation of any
new programme. It helps to guide teachers in effective implementation and
sets the foundation of what effective implementation actually looks like in
the classroom. In developing our own model for the One to World Programme
in grade 4 and choosing apps for teachers and students to use, we turned to
research as well as to pedagogical models for learning and technology
integration.

The key models that we looked at were Bloom's Taxonomy (using Bloom's 21),
the Learning Pyramid, SAMR model for technology integration and the ISTE
Standards. In addition, we are guided by the school's Mission (Engage,
Enlighten, Empower), the IB framework and the Visible Thinking initiative.
These models, as well as other popular models, all point to the same
fundamental belief that students learn best when they are engaged in
meaningful learning activities where they are given the opportunity to
learn from each other and share their ideas and thinking with others. 
Inquiry Based Learning, Project Based Learning, Constructionism, 
Constructivism, and so forth, all advocate for student-driven learning.

In combining the different models into a pyramid, the focus on learning is
on the bottom of the pyramid where the focus in on higher order thinking
skills and activities which promote collaboration and creation. From the
perspective of the SAMR Model, the aim is to move towards Redefinition so
that learning can be transformative. The ISTE Standards sit outside the
pyramid since these skills are interwoven throughout the curriculum. 

Apps were placed on the pyramid based on the types of learning engagements
which they promote. Those at the top serve more as digital substitutes for
traditional classroom tools such as calculators, dictionaries,
manipulatives and maps. They add interactivity but do not promote
significant changes to how learning activities are designed. As we move
down the pyrmaid, we find apps which focus more on shifting learning itself
by promoting problem-solving, critical thinking, communication and
collaboration and creativity and innovation. They help promote more
student-centered and participatory learning and the transformation of
learning itself. 

 

This is not to say that there is not a place for apps at the top of the
pyramid. It is natural to work through the SAMR Model throughout a lesson
or unit or to spend some time on teaching styles such as lectures of demos.
Important, however, is that teachers ought to recognize that they should
work towards focusing more time and energy on learning engagements which
are in line with the lower end of the pyramid.  

 

This model was created as a Keynote presentation and recorded to explain it
in more detail. A link to this presentation can also be found in iCloud. I
would appreciate feedback from others on this model and how it could be
improved.

 

The full list of apps we are using can be found here 
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[Infographic] Developing a good Mobile Learning Course

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Mobile learning is used extensively by the corporate training world. According to Ambient Insight, the global market for mobile learning solutions stood at $8.4 billion in 2014. The market is likely to register a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 11.3% and reach $14.5 billion by 2019. But, how can companies make the best use of this immensely popular learning format? What does it take to develop a good mobile learning course?

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Top 4.5 Tips for Designing mLearning - Pure Learning

In this blog, we look at the Top 4.5 tips for designing effective mLearning solutions.
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