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6 Technology Integration Ideas For Any Content Area And Grade Level

6 Technology Integration Ideas For Any Content Area And Grade Level | Mobile Pedagogy | Scoop.it

"Declining attention span as a result of increasing use of smartphones and social media are just a few challenges teachers deal with in the modern classroom.

 

Children today deal with more stimuli around them than ever before. Mobile phones, tablets,and other technology have become so intertwined with our children’s daily lives that it’s hard to imagine keeping it out of the classroom. Even though some believe these can be distractions, embracing technology can make learning more fun and impactful."


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One of the biggest questions that is asked about mobile learning is, how do we integrate it in the classroom. This article makes it very relevant and shows how it will help with the growth of the students. This article also breaks different ideas up on how to actually integrate it. It does a good job on breaking them down and explaining them in depth.
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How mLearning Benefits Online Education - eLearning Industry

How mLearning Benefits Online Education - eLearning Industry | Mobile Pedagogy | Scoop.it
Want to know some significant mLearning Benefits? Check some of the most significant mLearning Benefits that make this trend the norm in eLearning.

Via Steve Yuen
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Mobile learning involves the use of laptops, smartphones, notebooks, tablets, PDAs, and any other device that is wireless and can be connected to the internet. With that being said imagine how much can be covered and explored. With the easy access to multiple pages and sources of information learning is happening all the time. This article takes what the previous article had to say and elaborates more on it.   

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4 Barriers To Mobile Learning Adoption

4 Barriers To Mobile Learning Adoption | Mobile Pedagogy | Scoop.it
Want to know what obstructs Mobile Learning Adoption in organizations? Check the 4 main Barriers To Mobile Learning Adoption and how to overcome them.

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I have wondered for a long time why mobile learning has not taken off as quickly as I had expected. I thought that it would take off quickly because of how involved we are with our mobile devices. We use them everyday for anything and everything we can possible think of. This article points out some barriers on why mobile learning has not been completely adopted with open arms. One of the barriers it mentions is older generations don't realize what an amazing tool this is. Which I agree with because most people perceive mobile devices to be a distraction, but if they can find a way to use them at work it would be beneficial for all parties involved.

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Twitter, Instagram and Periscope offer concrete classroom benefits

Twitter, Instagram and Periscope offer concrete classroom benefits | Mobile Pedagogy | Scoop.it

"Few teachers use social media in the classroom, yet a growing number of schools use mobile devices for learning, creating an opportunity for enterprising teachers to engage with both parents and students."


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This short little article brings up some important facts about the use of social media in the classroom. It highlights some examples where teachers are using Facebook in the classroom and how it is helpful.
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Benefits and Features of Mobile Learning Infographic

Benefits and Features of Mobile Learning Infographic | Mobile Pedagogy | Scoop.it
Mobile Learning is constantly evolving into something more robust. Find out here the benefits and features of Mobile Learning.

Via Carlos Pinheiro, David W. Deeds
Charmaine Thomae's insight:

When I talk to my peers about mobile learning, I am often asked how it is beneficial. The article lays some of the benefits out in a very easy way to read.

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David W. Deeds's curator insight, September 25, 2016 6:33 PM

Thanks to Carlos Pinheiro.