Implementing mobile learning
This is an introduction into the use of mobile learning in the classroom. We examine and discuss some of the planning considerations a school should undertake to ensure successful implementation of the technologies. The big question that teachers must grapple with when implementing mobile technology is not just how do I use this device? The real question is: if each student has a web enabled device that allows them to easily create collaborate and communicate anyway, any time how does that transform our thinking about the learning opportunities your students can access?
See the Managing mobile learning section for further information about managing and technical support of mobile devices.
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Learning to use an iOS device
Apple's iPad support section
- Macworld's iPad 2 Starter Guide ( ePUB format)
- Classroom Restrictions for the iPad/iOS device - Big East Educational Cooperative
Connecting to your school's Wifi
Using iPads in the classroom
Apple's Getting Started with Apple iOS Devices - A guide for using iPad, iPod touch, and iTunes for K-12 teaching and learning
iPadagogy - published by Australian ADE members
Catholic Education Office's Onlinee Mobile Learning course **
NSWDEC's Sydney Region' s reports managed by Stu Hasic
iPads for Learning (Victorian Department of Education and Early Childhood Development ) in particular:
iPads in Education - A very active Ning.
iPads in Schools Livebinder
Tony Vincent's Learning in hand.
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