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12 Principles Of Mobile Learning

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12 Principles Of Mobile Learning

 

Mobile Learning is about self-actuated personalization.

 

As learning practices and technology tools change, mobile learning itself will continue to evolve. For 2013, the focus is on a variety of challenges, from how learners access content to how the idea of a “curriculum” is defined.

 


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Sue Osborne's curator insight, April 22, 2013 6:36 PM

Not sure I agree it is "impossible" to get this type of authentic learning in the classroom, but an interesting analysis of mobile learning nonetheless...

Melita Ryland's curator insight, April 24, 2013 10:21 PM

This is where technology is taking us...to an area where the students control their learning....

1. Access

2. Metrics

3. Cloud

4. Transparent

5. Play

6. Asynchronous

7. Self-Actuated

8. Diverse

9. Curation

10. Blending

11. Always-On

12. Authentic

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Creating The 21st Century Brain For 21st Century Learning

Creating The 21st Century Brain For 21st Century Learning | Classroom Strategies | Scoop.it

"In the video below, Judy Willis explores how we might create a '21st century brain' by with a little bit of neuroscience, specifically the “executive function of the brain. Willis offers up an analogy of this executive function as the brain’s CEO, and uses that as a metaphor for the kinds of thinking students will need to do in the 21st century."

 


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Study says more math homework doesnt increase student achievement

Study says more math homework doesnt increase student achievement

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Tony Palmeri's curator insight, October 24, 2015 5:46 PM

I scooped this topic because I had just read Hattie's recommendation that homework of 5-10 minutes is as effective as 1-2 hours! Also, I think the math teachers at my school would be seriously interested in reading this article. One powerful suggestion is that math homework should be differentiated based on ability. This is easily said, but difficult and time intensive to execute. I doubt it is causal, but this article reports that the more time a student spends on math homework, the less likely they are to achieve. But, it is reasonable to assume that those who take more time are less proficient. 

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Does Replacing Live Lectures With Videos Increase Test Scores?

Does Replacing Live Lectures With Videos Increase Test Scores? | Classroom Strategies | Scoop.it

"In an effort to raise student performance in a difficult course, San Jose State University has turned to a “flipped classroom” format, requiring students to watch lecture videos produced by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and using class time for discussion. And initial data show the method is leading to higher test scores, university officials announced this week."


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Before We Flip Classrooms, Let's Rethink What We're Flipping To

Before We Flip Classrooms, Let's Rethink What We're Flipping To | Classroom Strategies | Scoop.it

"No doubt about it, online learning at every level for every purpose is the flavor of the moment, and everyone is scrambling to offer a feast. Investors are salivating at the prospect of getting into an education market with an estimated global value of $54 billion; social and academic entrepreneurs want to provide free education opportunities for the poor; and at the same time, media organizations are falling all over themselves trying to come up with the right model to replace the textbook and other print materials. Before we pick up too much speed to stop, we need to consider the educational future we are aiming for in higher education, technical education, and especially in the early years of K-12 education, when it really counts."


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How To Start Using iTunes U In The Classroom

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Ready to take the plunge and start using iTunes U in the classroom? It's not as scary as you think - and many aren't yet using the tool!

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Ten Websites for Science Teachers

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Eric Brunsell is Assistant Professor of Science Education @ UW-Oshkosh. He is the facilitator of Edutopia's STEM group, and a regular blogger for Edutopia. You can follow him on Twitter @brunsell.


This isn't a "Top Ten" list -- instead, it is a list of websites that I either use on a regular basis or just find interesting. From teaching resources for the nature of science and authentic field journals to wacky videos about numbers.


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Begoña Iturgaitz's curator insight, February 4, 2013 1:36 PM

Being SCIENCE mosr demanded subject for CLIL settings, many of you may find this useful.

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20 Time-Saving Grading Apps

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Can apps help teachers to save time grading? Check out the BestCollegesOnline list of the 20 Time-Saving Grading Apps for your classroom.

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A Principal's Perspective: Preparing to Distribute Student iPads?

A Principal's Perspective: Preparing to Distribute Student iPads? | Classroom Strategies | Scoop.it

"Yes, let's give students iPads so they can be smarter and learn better. It sounds so easy. The reality is that there are many unknowns, like how do you hand out 800 iPads and keep track of which student has which iPad, and how do you get 800 students to register with iTunes so they can use their iPads on the school system?"


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