Tweet I recently wrote three articles about mobile learning for the print publication Modern English Teacher. The editors have kindly given me permission to share these articles, which are written with English language teachers in mind. So, if you are … not sure about what mobile learning is wondering what it has to do with […]
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Tweet At the recent IATEFL 2012 conference held in Glasgow, Macmillan sponsored a panel discussion about mLearning, with a number of educational experts: Agnes Kukulska-Hulme (Open University UK): researcher and writer on mLearning in education Gillian Penny (West Dunbarton Schools, Scotland): Apple Distinguished Educator and teacher trainer on pilot programmes integrating tablet use in primary […]
Wondering how to start introducing elements of mLearning (mobile learning) into your language classes? Here are five ways to do so, starting from simple recognition type activities to more complex project work.
Common mLearning myths – and some myth-busting lesson plans.
What are: infographics, vaporware, augmented reality, QR codes and the App Inventor? Read and find out!