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Moving at the Speed of Creativity | 4th Grade Virtual Tour of a California Mission in Minecraft

Moving at the Speed of Creativity | 4th Grade Virtual Tour of a California Mission in Minecraft | Mobile learning | Scoop.it

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Heather Peretz's curator insight, August 4, 2013 12:22 AM

Love Minecraft! Inspiring young minds to create! 

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7 Important Traits of a Great Mobile Learning App

7 Important Traits of a Great Mobile Learning App | Mobile learning | Scoop.it
Parents shouldn't feel guilty about letting their kids play games on their mobile phones -- especially if they're educational ones.
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Mobile Learning Provides Education in an Accessible and ...

Mobile Learning Provides Education in an Accessible and ... | Mobile learning | Scoop.it
Whether we like it or not, technology is shaping the way we approach learning and knowledge. From smartphones to tablets, the way we access information and gain knowledge is now dictated by our mobile devices.
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Teachers' Professional Development Apps ~ Educational ...

Teachers' Professional Development Apps ~ Educational ... | Mobile learning | Scoop.it
We are destined to be life long learners and luckily, in this digitally focused age where the stream of knowledge is just one click away from us, things are way easier than they used to be before.
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Half an Hour: A Few Words on ePortfolios

Half an Hour: A Few Words on ePortfolios | Mobile learning | Scoop.it

On the one hand, the portfolio may focus predominately on learning and reflection. Such a portfolio may come to resemble a student's journal or sketchbook.  On the other hand, the portfolio may be used primarily for evaluation and assessment, becoming more a documentation of achievement that a personal workspace. As Barrett notes, the former model focuses on the ePortfolio as process, while the latter contemplates the ePortfolio as product.


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flea palmer's curator insight, October 29, 2013 9:32 AM

Interesting post by Stephen Downes about the different functions of e-portfolios. Downes believes that in the future students will need to manage their online learning records and products, while linking to a range of services such as YouTube and Flickr. He links to an interesting project at University of Mary Washington which encourages students to create their own 'web presence' independently from any service providers. 

Luis Miguel Claudio's curator insight, October 30, 2013 8:29 AM

Reflexión de Stephen Downes sobre la importancia de los e-portfolios, entendido como proceso y como producto. Concluye con la idea que que en el futuro serán equivalentes a las actuales certificaciones.

Como siempre, muy interesante.

Rob Hatfield, M.Ed.'s curator insight, November 2, 2013 8:09 PM

This is clearly defined as e-documentation of learning maintained within a e-portfolio.

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Considering Leadership in the 21st Century - Huffington Post

Considering Leadership in the 21st Century - Huffington Post | Mobile learning | Scoop.it
Considering Leadership in the 21st Century
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Considering Leadership in the 21st Century. Posted: 10/29/2013 10:55 am. Read more. University Leadership, Higher Education, Leadership, College News.
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Mobile Learning: the state of play | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog

Mobile Learning: the state of play | Julian Stodd's Learning Blog | Mobile learning | Scoop.it
The ecosystem of mobile learning is in constant flux: advances in technology being rivalled by creative methods of applying it in the real world. Sometimes a technology creates possibilities, sometimes inventive minds find ...
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Why Mobile Technology is an Imperative Tool for 21st Century Learning?

Why Mobile Technology is an Imperative Tool for 21st Century Learning? | Mobile learning | Scoop.it
Mobile technologies (m-tech) have now become an imperative tool in the 21st century learning environment.

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3 Excellent iPad Workflow Sheets for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

3 Excellent iPad Workflow Sheets for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Mobile learning | Scoop.it

"Here is a set of some wonderful workflows sheets Greg Swanson has recently created from conversations with  with Yr 4, 5 and 6 kids. These sheets document how students perform learning tasks using their iPads. The good thing about these materials is that they encourage students self reflect on both the process of how they learn and what they learn. Generously enough, Greg has provided these worksheets free for us to download and use with our students and here is what he said about them :"


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Angry Birds vs. Big Bird: can we make iPads a good thing for kids? - Boston.com

Angry Birds vs. Big Bird: can we make iPads a good thing for kids? - Boston.com | Mobile learning | Scoop.it
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Angry Birds vs. Big Bird: can we make iPads a good thing for kids?
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kid with ipad.jpg 72 percent of them have used a mobile advice for media, up from 38 percent 2 years ago.
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SmartBlog on Education - Laughter and learning - SmartBrief

SmartBlog on Education - Laughter and learning - SmartBrief | Mobile learning | Scoop.it

"There is lots of work and talk these days about social and emotional learning. The need for resiliency, grit and determination has become part of the parlance of many educators, and this is a good thing. But there is hardly any reference to humor and happiness. Ever wonder why? Is there anything more specific and salutary to life than the capacity to laugh? Yet it remains conspicuously absent from school, as something to examine, talk about and understand. Even more so is any mention of it in all discussions around educational reform. There is lots about core curriculum, standards, test scores and student outcomes, but a complete void in any sensible conversation around the purpose of education around well-being and what might make people happy (i.e. being able to laugh)."


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