[Registration Open] 4th Annual Summer Mobile Learning Experience #mobile2015

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4th Annual Mobile Learning Experience What "Experience tools, techniques, and inspiration for teaching the mobile generation at Mobile Learning Experience 2015." When and Where Dates: June 10-12, 2015 Location: Tucson, Arizona It’s at the Westin La Paloma Resort. Details Mobile 2015 has international speakers and participants. Mobile 2015 will have 55+ breakout sessions and 3 keynotes.

An Evolution in Mobile

A Principal's Reflections

Over the past two years the way we deliver content and other features through mobile has evolved and Beeonics has also evolved by starting a new journey. Recently, Beeonics re-branded itself to Gadget Software and has focused its business to develop mobile software specifically to schools – with a product called SchoolBuilder. This new type of classroom and mobile lab is one of a kind and I have yet to see anything like it.

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'Mobile-First' Is Everywhere — Except in K-12

The Journal

The biggest technology companies in the world are racing to position themselves as “mobile-first" because people are using mobile devices all the time, everywhere. Going mobile-first is in — except in K-12 education

6 Tips for Maximizing Mobile Hotspots

EdTech Magazine

Mobile Broadband Mobile Device Management MobilityBy Michael Sheehan Try these six tips for minimizing broadband usage with portable routers.

How to Save Time and Money With Managed Mobility Services

EdTech Magazine

By Calvin Hennick CDW’s suite of mobile services helps organizations keep pace with their needs. Enterprise Mobile Application Management Mobile Apps Mobile Device Management Mobility Small Business

Implementing Mobile Devices With a Focus on Learning

A Principal's Reflections

Mobile learning provides enhanced collaboration among learners, access to information, and a deeper contextualization of learning. Hypothetically, effective mobile learning can empower learners by enabling them to better assess and select relevant information, redefine their goals, and reconsider their understanding of concepts within a shifting and growing frame of reference (the information context).” — Marguerite L. A model for framing mobile learning.

12 Principles Of Mobile Learning

TeachThought - Learn better.

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. Technology like tablets PCs, apps, and access to broadband internet are lubricating the shift to mobile learning, but a truly immersive mobile learning environment goes beyond the tools for learning to the lives and communities valued by each individual learner.

Enterprise Mobility Management Helps Schools Innovate

EdTech Magazine

Mobile Application Management Mobile Device Management MobilityBy Steve Zurier District officials say tools ease the administrative burden so they can get tablets and apps in the hands of students faster.

E-Rate Funding Applications Total $3.9B for 2015

EdTech Magazine

Classroom Funding Management Mobile Broadband Mobility Networking Online Learning WirelessFrank Smith 'These requests reflect long pent-up demand' says FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler.

CoSN 2015: Education’s Role in the Ubiquitous Wi-Fi Future

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith The world of education IT is on schedule to reach a tipping point, where the availability and affordability of mobile devices could completely reshape the way we learn. Mobile Apps Mobile Device Management Mobility Wi-Fi But will educators take that momentum and turn it into true change or go back to the old ways, powered by new technologies?

ISTE 2015: Soledad O'Brien on How Technology Can Change Students' Lives

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith Technology in the right hands can be a powerful tool for showing students their limitless potential, says Soledad O’Brien, ISTE 2015’s opening keynote speaker. Classroom Curriculum Digital and Video Cameras Digital Content Hardware Leadership Management Mobile Apps Mobility

CK-12 announces mobile apps with adaptive learning

Educational Technology Guy

CK-12 , a great resource for free e-textbook and curricular resources, has just announced new student mobile apps that provide you with the ability to learn math and science, anywhere, anytime. Android ck-12 mobile learning tests The apps , available for iOS and Android , are easy to use and contain over 100,000 adaptive practice questions that adjust in difficulty based on your results.

Part 1: Forty Educational Websites For Your Summer 2015 Toolkit

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

Welcome to a post and the summer of 2015… at least in the USA. I am almost booked through August and fall dates for 2015 are now over half full. Part 1: Forty Educational Websites For Your Summer 2015 Toolkit. Mobile app for Apple and Android. I am almost booked through August and am already more than half full for fall of 2015 – MikeI have a real treat for you in the coming weeks.

Ideas for Promoting Digital Diversity

Teacher Reboot Camp

The Center for WorkLife Law at UC Hastings conducted a survey in 2015 of 557 women in STEM and interviewed 60 minority women in STEM. ebook, Learning to Go , which has digital/mobile activities for any device and editable/printable handouts and rubrics. Byte-Sized Potential Tech Tips Upcoming Events digital diversity edtech STEM sxswedu 2015

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5 Surprising Changes in Horizon's 2015 Report on the Future of K–12 Tech

EdTech Magazine

Bring Your Own Device Classroom Digital Content Management Mobility WearablesFrank Smith Looking back at last year's NMC list of tech trends in K–12, there were several surprising additions and removals.

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4 Tips to Get the Most from ISTE 2015

EdTech Magazine

Classroom Curriculum Digital Content Leadership Management Mobility SmartphonesFrank Smith Are you ISTE-bound? There's a lot to do between now and June 28. Here are a few tips to keep your ISTE experience on track.

Mobile is Changing Everything, and Education is no Exception

EmergingEdTech

Well Developed apps Provide Multi-modal Learning Pathways, Bridge Gaps, and Extend our Reach As the digital world gets more integrated with daily life, mobile apps are used as tools to get things. Adaptive Learning Technologies Future of Education Technology iPads and Other Tablet Devices iPhones and Smartphones Making the case for Education Technologies Mobile Learning Resources mobile learning apps multi modal learning smart phone apps

TCEA 2015: Lessons in Samsung School’s Classroom Collaboration Tech

EdTech Magazine

Classroom Hardware Management Mobility Notebooks Project Management Tablets Frank Smith Samsung''s answer to unifying tablets with the classroom experience continues to impress.

FETC 2015 Kicks Off With a BYOD Bang

EdTech Magazine

Classroom Collaboration Curriculum Game-based Learning Hardware Leadership Management Mobility Notebooks Online Learning Policies STEM Tablets Frank Smith A game-based learning event, executive summit and hands-on sessions are highlights of the opening day of the conference.

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4 Benefits of Outsourced Mobile Device Support

EdTech Magazine

By Will Kelly Outside help desk providers can handle the growing load of supporting mobile users. . Mobile Device Management Mobility

Google Classroom Mobile Apps get even more Great Features!

Educational Technology Guy

Google announced some great additional features last month and has just announced some new features for the mobile apps: Teachers can now create and edit assignments, make copies of attachments and attach photos to assignments as well as grade assignments on their mobile devices. You can even use your mobile device to take a picture and create an assignment from it (paper, whiteboard, object, etc).

Part 4: Forty Educational Websites For Your Summer 2015 Toolkit

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

I am almost booked through August and fall dates for 2015 are now over half full. Part 4: Forty Educational Websites For Your Summer 2015 Toolkit ( https://21centuryedtech.wordpress.com/ ). Optimized for mobile and tablet devices. I am almost booked through August and am already more than half full for fall of 2015 – MikeWelcome to the fourth post… and almost last post of this series.

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Ideas for Promoting Digital Diversity

Teacher Reboot Camp

The Center for WorkLife Law at UC Hastings conducted a survey in 2015 of 557 women in STEM and interviewed 60 minority women in STEM. ebook, Learning to Go , which has digital/mobile activities for any device and editable/printable handouts and rubrics. Byte-Sized Potential Tech Tips Upcoming Events digital diversity edtech STEM sxswedu 2015

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EdTech Bloggers’ 2015 Holiday Gift Guide

EdTech Magazine

Classroom Curriculum Internet Mobile Apps Mobility Online Learning Social MediaFrank Smith Some of our favorite bloggers share gift ideas for tech-powered teachers.

Science gets a new mobile device

eSchool News

PASCO debuted the handheld science learning device this week at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 2015 National Conference, which runs March 12–15 in Chicago. Next page: Tools and features on the new mobile device. Mobile and Handheld Technologies News STEM Top News New handheld science learning device helps students think and act like scientists with optimized science learning applications, digital content, and data collection tools.

7 Surprising Places Learners Use Mobile Devices

Brilliant or Insane

No, really, do you use mobile devices inside your closet? This infographic from litmus.com makes a strong case for leveraging the power and omnipresence of mobile devices for learning. Not only are 80 percent of our learners using mobile devices, they take them everywhere. The post 7 Surprising Places Learners Use Mobile Devices appeared first on Brilliant or Insane. Featured Infographics Mobile Learning edtechBrilliant or Insane.

Is mobile the key to physics instruction?

eSchool News

$5 million NSF grant initiative leads to mobile physics instruction module. Chandrasekhar and her team examined student learning and technology self-efficacy gains among MU education majors in a physics course using the mobile-based Exploring Physics curriculum, which they developed through the NSF grant. Deepika Menon, a doctoral candidate in curriculum and instruction at MU, compared students using mobile curricula against those using more traditional science workbooks.

Audio Projects for Digital Learners: 30+ Resources

Teacher Reboot Camp

One of the safest ways to integrate technology is to get students to record their thoughts, ideas, or learning with web tools and mobile apps. ebook, Learning to Go , which has digital/mobile activities for any device and editable/printable handouts and rubrics. Effective Technology Integration Mobile Learning audio projects education technology mobile learning podcasting podcasts radio showsRecently added to the Survival Tips for Teachers !

Field Trip - free mobile app to help discover your world

Educational Technology Guy

Android mobile learning smartphone Field Trip is a free app for Android and iOS that runs in the background on your phone and will pop up a card with details about your location when you get close to something interesting. It''s a great way to learn something new about the area around you, from history to local eateries and more. It gets information from users and from multiple sources and databases and is a lot of fun.

Mobile Device Management: A Guide

techlearning

BYOD, 1:1, and shared computing drove many conversations at ISTE 2015. Techlearning Resources

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A new recipe for digital, mobile learning

eSchool News

CoSN resource highlights how leaders can best position their schools for digital and mobile success. Launched through the organization’s Leadership for Mobile Learning (LML) initiative, CoSN has developed “A Recipe for Success” video guide and a “What is Digital Transformation” graphic that capture the most surprising and counter-intuitive lessons of best practices in school district leadership. “As As leaders we need to stop re-inventing the wheel regarding mobile learning.

7 mobile learning myths no educator should believe

eSchool News

Two researchers discuss myths associated with mobile adoption and use. By now, educators are familiar with the term mobile learning — or mLearning — having experienced its rush in classroom popularity starting as early as 2000. Next page: Mobile isn’t just learning with smartphones. Featured on eSchool News IT Newsletter Mobile and Handheld Technologies Research Top News

The 3 key ingredients for mobile learning success

eSchool News

Don’t forget these keys of mobile implementations. Why are some mobile learning implementations successful while others struggle? When it comes to mobile learning success, leaving out just one key ingredient can ruin an otherwise perfect recipe. One leadership component that is often missed by districts is to have a very clear vision for why they are implementing mobile learning. Featured on eSchool News Keys to Successful Mobile Learning Resource Top News

Teaching the Emoji Generation: 12+ Activities & Resources

Teacher Reboot Camp

Part of the Mobile Learning category ! According to linguist, David Crystal (2012) , “… young people are reading and writing more than I ever did at their age, but they are doing it using their computers and mobile phones. The mobile is central, and will become even more so as time goes by.” Although an emoticon may look like a smile, a frown or any number of facial expressions, it doesn’t represent a face, as many internet users assume.

Mobile use rises, but school wi-fi stagnates

eSchool News

Pearson/Harris Poll reveals new findings on mobile device ownership and how wi-fi access impacts learning in school. The survey, released by Pearson and conducted on its behalf by Harris Poll, finds that while student ownership of mobile devices continues to increase, wi-fi connectivity at school lags behind home access. In 2015, nearly 80 percent of surveyed elementary students reported using a tablet regularly compared with 66 percent in 2014.