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Smartphones in Education: Redirecting Distraction with Mobile Learning

ViewSonic Education

As mobile learning becomes more and more popular, so does the potential for distraction in the classroom. With so many captivating apps and games, it is easy to see how students would have a hard time putting their smartphones and other mobile devices away.

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On the Go: Mobile Learning Solutions for IT Teams

EdTech Magazine

Since the shift to virtual learning, K–12 IT leaders have learned to leverage technology for increased flexibility. Device portability has proved key to supporting the new learning environment. Whether they’re learning in class or at home, students need access to devices.

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Mobile Learning: 1998, 2008, 2018

The Journal

In its first decade, 1998-2008, "mobile learning" was all about getting devices into the hands of K-12 students and teachers. Why didn’t mobile learning catch on, then? Palms initially proliferated; then Pocket PCs.

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9 Indicators Of Authentic Mobile Learning

TeachThought - Learn better.

Designing instruction around tablets requires some slight shifts in how you view when, why, and how learning happens. The post 9 Indicators Of Authentic Mobile Learning appeared first on TeachThought.

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LMS Comparison: What Learning Solution is the Best Fit for Your Business?

Our dependence on digital platforms and mobile devices has impacted not only the way we communicate, but the way we learn, as well. In fact, 47% of organizations have already incorporated mobile learning into their training programs.

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Mobile Learning: Now In the Hands of Teenagers

The Journal

While "mobile learning" may be overshadowed these days by other tech trends, make no mistake: in the hands of today’s youth, mobile learning is huge! Using their "phones" teens are absolutely exploring "socially-based, un-tethered and digitally rich learning."

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Asking the Right Questions About Mobile Learning

A Principal's Reflections

As of late I have been engaged in a great amount of work either assisting districts and schools as they begin to implement mobile learning ( 1:1, BYOD ) or helping them get their programs on track. Thus, many lessons were learned the hard way.